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OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WORLD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

OLDESt NEWSPAPER IN WOULD 'Postoch Inrikes Tidningar,'' Swed en s most ancient daily newspaper ' | is believed to be probably the oldest [ in the world. It will soon celebrate | its 300th anniversary as a continuous I publication. Beginning in 1645 it wn* first published once or twice a week by the Swedish postmaster in Stock- ! holm to convey news of the Thirty Years War, in which the Swedish armies were then participating. 'Ordi- narii Post Tijdender' was its ori ginal title. For a lojjg time it (printed articles on economic, cultural and social subjects, but now it contains chiefly official announcements, Gov ernment decrees and lists of appoint ments.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
It Might Be True! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

It Might Be True ! T%ey were illscussing dogs round a huge log fire on a win. ter*te night, when one old fellow guaranteed this as 'absolutely true.' He used on his farm to pour the skim milk into a trough, and a dog was sent to round np the vtuves uv muiuo tutu goii iw One day the do£, after Ming ing in the little mob, was ob served to dip his tail into the trough and start off down the paddock again. Shortly after, he reappeared, walking slowly, with a weak young calf following, sucking the dog's tail. — Moss Vale 'Post.'

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our War Spending Totals £1,660,000,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Our War Spending Totals £1,660,000,000 On the assumption that expen ture for the year will about £10,000,000 short estimate for the year, a survey just completed in Canberra has shown thai) up to June SO, war will have cost Australia £1,660,000000. This is six times the total cos of Australia's war expenditure in . the last war up to the signing oi , £240,000,000. I

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

p,;.: ? ? ? (vwnchcombe) &«,, VcftRSOi^y . A Natural Attraction tmM - 'i' Wtochcombe, Carson's work as sell Mr$:. ' .brokers is so thoroughly capable, WSpC?' ? that successful handling of the clip |P? i for appraisement is certain. Their -jlga jjj.' , je^perience, knowledge and judg ; niient; are a never-failing force for a [ a Carson ? Winchcombe House, Bridge St., fflwLjJt . Branches — Yass, Orange, Forbes. — ? I the colonial mutual fire jt ? \j INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. B|pj£ j\ THE |-£ADING AUSTRALIAN OFF1CF wKfc | M SYDNEY, NJ3.W. ' f^dehey^aod integrity are thekcgnotes of this Company. Sympathetic Bk watchword Prompt ajid honorable Kttlement . of all cladus is the 'motto/'' thip district iy SRADY — CARCOAR : i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Food For Allied Cause [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Food For Allied Cause The farmers have played an important part in ensuring an Allied victory. Here is some of the food tbey produce being loaded on to a ship for a battlcfront. — U.S. Office of War Information Picture.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Insidious Evil [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

An Insidious ? Evil '-? ? .-?„ 'jjj| The alarming increase in The X spwad °f venereal disease calls for j every effort in combating this most insidious evil. No avenue of instruction should be overlooked in impressing on the f ,- community — especially the youth or * » '(*''? tbe nation — the terrible consequen . ces of impure living. j This is not tbe time for shocked I expressions or puritan gestures, tbe yet unborn children of Australia de manding more from life tban twist- i ed limbs and disease- racked bodies. j It is not suggested . that frank j discussions on sex matters be enter- j , ed into with the child of tender 1 age. Parents, however, can play i tbeir part in satisfying a child'* \ curiosity with truthful answers in ' . keeping with its years. Evasiveness and fairy tales does i-1 . . not deter the child from seeking its -' information from some other j source — unfortunately, on many oc I casions, from that of a distorted mind. I ' ' . ! j' ' A story is told of bow a m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LACK OF TRUCKS TO TRANSPORT PRODUCE "DESPERATE POSITION" AT BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

LACK OF TRUCKS TO TRANSPORT PRODUCE i * . -:ii 'DESPERATE POSITION' AT BLAYNEY j A desperate position ;i 1| has arisen in connection witlj the transport of pro- If ': duce away from the Blay ]X ' ' ney district, it was coif- ji-.! . tended at last meeting o.£ !|i JJfndhurst Shire Council., cliuncil ha-i before it a letter fro|p ' h . Narromine, the object of which was ' | ; ' an improvement in the passenger train service to the West, but it was h j decided not to co-operate1 with this , %?-. request, but to move for the release of more trucks. fWak ' Narromine Council stated that, to /fiftH, date, any improvement in the Rail way Department's coal supplies had ^lfiji ? not been reflected, in improved %rail- ^|S| way services, and, in the fear that the present curtailment of rail trans- ' ^ jiff port might apply throughout the ^ af year. Council contended that any St ® move would have to be made at aj»:^|§B' H early date if Councils hoped i achieve any success in making re- J§ I| pres...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official Hints At Egg Rationing [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Official Hints At Egg Rationing A hint that egg rationing may bp introduced next autumn has been given by the egg controller (Mr. Cotton); It is understood that if rationing is introduced there will be a priority vhoma dmllot* tn iVinf AnAxa faH fAf milk supplies. The control, it is believed, will last for only two or three months, be cause peak production is expected to

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOSPITAL KEROSENE STERILIZERS GIVE TROUBLE AT BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

HOSPITAL KEROSENE' STERILIZERS GIVE TROUBLE AT BLAYNEY Blayney IN*®- MI tore at their monthly meeting .'fell on Monday night test dfeqwlMav. , the ^terilizem in use ? at . the in stitution at the present ttme. 'Reports disclosed that the serilizers had been most UP8atjff| 9*4^1^ w tory and had caused After debating the qufeftloiC ^ was v ' : ,i agreed to instal steanyg^^a^n,^.-:.)|-.^ | and, at the same;-1|»^ppavf .Khfe. | hospital centrally heated hy m^arn. 1 A request will be ^made to the . ' £ Hospitals' . Public ^111 an estimate of athe cost

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Consulting Engineers Appointed For C.T. Water Scheme COUNTY COUNCIL MEETS AT CANOWINDRA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Consulting Engineers Appointed r For C.T. Water Scheme ^ COUNTY COUNCIL MEETS AT CANOWINDRA. Consulting engineers were ap ! pointed at a meeting of the Cen tral Tablelands County Council, held at Canowindra on Wednes day last. Delegates from all the constituent Councils were in atendance, includ ing Councillor Innes (Chairman.) and Coucillors Burns, of Lyndhurst Shire. Consideration was given to four applications for the position of con sulting engineers, and the firm of Gutteridere. Haskins and Davey. which carried out' the original sur veys and designs, was finally selected. In view of the fact that it is an ticipated that the necessary funds for the installation of a temporary pumping plant in the Lachlan River at Gooloogong, the construction of a pipe line from Gooloogong to Gren fell, and the reticulation of Gooloo gong will be advanced by the State Government after the Lojajn Council meeting in August next, it was deci ded to call tenders for the work im mediately so the Counc...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lack To P (Continue.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Lack To P ( Continue. Cr. Innes: | romine Coun-j cumstances » of produce. ; Cr. Cook: A are made avaS Our firm cou every day! So like Messrs. E H there are the| and others, stiv-,, ' H need trucks periodically Hi Cr. Cook said the nosi gravated by the shorty the whole community h., ,''^1 at the mercy of a sn ' .::li When the country w;i:. strikes were absolutely ?. The Councillor said 1, ,',;H to see LjTidhurst Shi i , ? , culate the various loca! ?„ . , bodies in the State as!::- . . , I operation in an urgeni. the provision of mo;, transport urgently ivi -l, 'CRYING OI f H Cr. W. Burns: Thc-v -n ? for potato seed on the Iv . where they have had can't get it away to t:. ' H Cr. Cook: Not only : h . ? . .. dueing goods are bein« ^Btr convenienced. but also m ... needing produce. Cr. A. H. Denton: Tin- . crying out for produce. \Vt- have^BT. and can't move it! So fai' :is travelling is concerning, it restricted to those who have to travel. Too many urn tra\i^B!r ling purely for pleas...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PILOTLESS PLANES AND SUPER FORTRESSES What the Future Holds For Waring Nations [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

PILOTLESS PLANES | AND 1 SUPER FORTRESSES What the Future Holds For j Waring Nations Two pieces of news recently con- ; cerning air warfare should be suf-j ficient to warn civilisation of the j dangers implicit in another armed conflict. They concerned the pilot- 1 iwa piane ana ine super-Fortresses | produced by the United States. The former has many dangers and pos sibilities for the future and the latter could be used as a weapon of great destruction. The range of the super bombers enables them to attack tar gets at great distances from their bases, and if the theory inherent in them in further 'developed no city or town in the world would be safe from a.erial attack in the future. A grim reminder of what scientific war will hold for civilisation!

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mandhurama Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Mandurama Personals Miss Marie Burke, who is on the stafi of the 'Daily Mirror,' Sydney, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Burke, at Mandurama. * * * Friends of Mrs. R: Barnes, who has not been enjoying good health for some time, will uc pieasea 10 near inai mere has been a slight improvement in her condition.' - ( * * * Mr. M. McGrath is a visitor jo Man durama where he is spending annual I holidays looking up old friends. * * * Spending a holiday with her bus band's parents, Mr. 3nd Mrs. W. Gur ney. of Mandurama. is Mrs. Lois Gur ney. | * * * i Mrs. Snowden and daughter, of Syd ney, arc visiting Mandurama. They arc the euests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wells are home' again after holidays in Sydney. i

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"DEPLORABLE," SAYS PRESIDENT INNES Ban On Railway Platform Tickets [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

t DEPLORABLE,' says PRESIDENT INNES Ban On Railway Platform . Tickets It was a great inconvenience to the general public, declared Councillors at the June meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council when the ban on the issue of railway platform tickets was dis. cussed. Mulwaree Shire Council (Goulburn) j sought co-operation in a protest to I the Premier against the action of the .Railway Commissioner in stop ping the sale of platform tickets to persons desirous of meeting their re latives and friends at railway sta tions, and also from seeing relatives and friends (together with their lug gage) settled in departing trains. The Council felt that it was un necessary to, point out the inconve nience and atmoyace being caused to the citizens of the State in this mat. ter. 'It is a terrible situation at ; present, '^declared Lyndhurst j Shire President, Cr. J. A. Innes. j Council decided to co-operate.

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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

CARCOAR TOWN TALK Phil Austin, of the RAN, spent week end leave with his sister, Mrs.. C. Kind, at Carcoar. Miss E. Kind has received advice to the effect that her nephew, Mr. Tom Leabeater, of Orange, ? has arrived in Canada, where he will complete nis training in the' RAAF. s We are pleased to report 'that Mr. J. Davis is home again after being an in mate of the District Hospital. A very -enjoyable evening was spent on Sunday last at the hom£of her mother, when friends and relative's gath ered to celebrate tbe 21st birthday of Miss Betty Cheffins.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANDURAMA RED CROSS BALL: BIG CROWD AT PLEASANT EVENING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

MANDURAMA RED CROSS BALL : BIG CROWD AT PLEASANT EVENING Tbe Red Cross Ball, at Mandu rama on Friday night last was a great success. Door takings are ex pected to reach £25. Final figures will not be available un til the balance sheet is prepared as competitions are yet to be finalised. ?n. very nappy evening reauueu jiiu iut | big crowd present thoroughly enjoyed themselves. ANNUAL MEETING POSTPONED. The annual meeting of the Red Cross branch has been postponed, and a later date will be advertised in due course. It has been decided to hold a Street Carnival ,in aid of funds, on Referen dum Day.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FURTHER CUT IN BUTTER RATION LIKELY? [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

FURTHER CUT IN i BUTTER RATION LIKELY? The Secretary of the Queensland division of the Dairy Factory Mana gers' Association (Mr. H. W. Cheers) states that unless produc tion improved, a further cue in but ter ration could be expected. .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

W. J. Brady, Carcoar | Licensed Auctioneer, Slock and Property Salesman fcj and Estate Agent. 1^ Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator, -i Eg, DISTRICT AGENT ' FOR : | ' COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. |S' (All Classes of Insurance). le: * W1IXJOX, MOFFLIN, LTD.: Fatnour 'Tri-Kos' Drenches and Kn- Licks ( Stocks on Hand). If ? DANGAR, GED'i'E & MALLOCH LTD. 'Mi (All Classes Farm Machinery). K, ? FAMOUS 'CYCLONE' FENCING AND GATES. I * CLYDE ENGINEERING COY. LTD. ? (Farm Machinery and Duplicates), I1 W. J. BRADY, Licensed Agent J ? Box No. 2; 'Phone & CARCOAR | NOTICE I A R^ARD, °y ,f' ^ bfe.paid to the person or persons giving I mtor^ation that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL- I . .^SEEEaP from 'Coombiiut Park.' I ttP £59 will be paid for information leading to th- I 2®^ °® anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Net- B ting on 'Coombing Park.'* I ANYONE FOUND TRESPAS8ING, Shooting, Babbiting or Fishing I ? Coombing Parit,' wfll be pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

f , . NUF SED ! jfcV'-'. ' |a' After 40 Yews' Trading in I' ' Cancoar we still doing oar best to plp'kfe'Co jjf: U5AVE' YOUR * ORDER FOR THE f*T^ 1 ' V 'QBRONIGUB' J|- : - and published by Ray. Neve 'for tiie pro ... J. Neve and Co., Street^ Blayney, N.S.W. -^v . » V--. ' ^ 4000 -? * dbact eeabUnifioa-.to a* w«r effort. ^ *Hwt ' ** 'l— ''''' » ? Swings TlMak S«Ting»^Sunp«. thtu u? on purduu* your^S/-^ W--ioatl Saraigs ^HHHKVfH SflVl'flGS BAflK

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CARE FOR THE SPRAY PUMP [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

CApjE FOR THE SPltAW^iJMP 'Yon can't replace it, .» ???act. observes the caption yn advertfcpafcnt for a brand oil, and the : v' well be applied to the sragy'' ' ? J jy Be: e putting the engine a mi*otr nlonf otirotr onw It* M '-ic *wi vj.;, . ' period, all working parts ? [ j be wiped down and well v \ \ kk&- : with oil. The putfit should j, ) fee . . it under cover' from the U. 'Weather. Unless oil sprays are being fi|U ;*iaed (which do not cake around th« | |i. ; '?valves or chambers or corrode th6 '([»-. _ fHtetal), the pump should be rinsed I M' , ' every night on completion of spray ; ' ,?i tag. Care should be taken in doing ( j- this first to rinse the tank out antf f i, then pump through clean water with : ? ,^'j the hoses off to give a clear outlet., ? RINSE HOSE The hose also should be rinsed » ? every night by pumping water A i 4-1* ~ ? i ? Lix. :* _.:i 4*LUVU£1L IV W1UC UltS llV'ZZJ.tXS oil i II Oil has been used soda should be di& solved in the water use...

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