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Fair Deal Wanted [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Fair Deal Wanted fiierc is a certain amount of sfaction in the statement by the mc Minister (Mr. Curtin), fol- . ving his return from abroad, that - . was principally Australian armed. ?ccs that had repelled the Japanese am the shores of the Common S eal '? during the critical days of j 'ic Pacific War. M ?j' Mr. Curtin could have added that ly of the same forces had previ ,ly seen almost continuous ser vice in the Middle East, Greece, Crete — in fact, on most fighting . . fronts following the fall of France. i. While t'here are many people in J this country who would not care to be under a debt of gratitude to any Power in the defence of Australia, f evidence is not lacking that tbey are i prepared to readily forget the sacri fices of their own to preserve the freedom of all. I In far too many instances are men. | due to war disabilities or ill-health, i being discharged from the ranks without adequate means to facili tate their return to civilian life — ? ' to say nothing of the l...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

jN MEMORIAM. UOABEATER. — A thought for to day, but a memory forever of our dear mother, who passed away July 6th, 1939. — Inserted by her loving family. , y :-:' bHURST SHIRE j 'MRONICLE ? .ONESDAY, Jt/ET-5; -I944

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wood Pulp Substitute [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Wood Pulp Substitute I A message from America reports a claim that the castor plant will solve the current wood pulp shortage. This plant has an exceptionally high yield of alpha cellulose, which is a principal ingredient in .paper manu facture. It requires five to seven years to secure a crop of slash pine, but only one year for the castor plant Wl^ena hen lays an egg these days she certainly has something to cackle about.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

AH. Collins LICENSED STOCK AMD STATION AGENT. f . Agency f«r Unit nsnrance Cm. PHOME: NEVILLE * '5; W. J. Brady, Carcoar Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman ' and Estate Agent Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator. \J j*. . '/? ' a; - 1 ? DISTRICT AGENT FOE: f ' * COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. (All Classes ot Insurance). WILCOX, MOFFLIN, LTD.: Famour 'Tn-Kos' Drenches and Lfcka KStocks on Hand). ? : niMmtf rumve ? ;? ot iwjMjjLiUuri Liiv. ? a (AU Classes Farm Machinery). ? 'CYCLONE' FENCING AND GATES. ! r ? CLYDE ENGINEERING COY. LTD. | ^ j (fta m Machinery and Duplicates). I W. J. BRADY, Licensed Agent U ? ? Bo* No. 2: 'Phone a CARCOAR. I ?v~ NOTICE ^ p&id to the person or persons giving Kp? ' ^j^nvictioa of any°ne STEAL pflSV ' ,4 If® information leading to tin Hot. Flood Gates or wire n« Cownomg Psiic. - Kf^JltroNE FOUND 1BESPA80NG, Shooting, Rabbiting or Fishing B^P^;g|g|Goo«nbliig Park,' wfll .be prosecuted without i«spiect to pet pasto...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

I j ? f ON THE WAY! I To-day, wool, fat stock and produce from every , . corner of the State are summoned to serve the cause ! v I .! of Britain and her Allies, and to meet Australia's 'i war-time needs in food and clothing. Pitt, Son and I * ' , Badgery Ltd., are vitally playing their part in ensur p * ? f ing that all consignments sent to their care are marketed under the best possible conditions and receive expert, individual attention through all stages i of handling, storage and sale. | r PITT, SON AND BADGERY LTD. 'v ^ WOOLBROKERS ? * * O'CAiafrti Street, Sydney; Darby Street, Newcastle. ' ^ 1 ' Branch Office: Boorowa. ?' Licetis^d Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents i-i v

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

THE SUCCESSFUL RABBIT DECOY FOR USE ALL THE YEAR lfcOU.NO. In Greeq or Dry Seed, or Wet Weather. With this formula only half quantity of poison is required, and Rabbits die on trail. RESULT OF MANY YEARS' RESEARCH and EXPERIENCE SEND £1 POSTAL NOTE for trial bottle. Sufficient for large quantity of baits, and full instructions. L PARSONS 22 WEIL AVE., ENFIELD, SYDNEY. ► — CAM REED & SON I 1 (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney. 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. Local Representative: Hr. Arthur Higgs I 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. AUSSIE Pictures LYNDHURST Saturday, July 8, 1944 Tlie Year's Outstanding Picture! 'The Corsican Brothers' With DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. And: ANN SHIRLEY in: 'Four Jacks And a Jill' Also: TRAVELTALK (in color) and a PETE SMITH. £50 REWARD T*HE above reward will be paid for information leading to the convic tion of any person or persons dama ging wire netting fencing, interfer ing with flood or nett...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Fordson Tractoi'|^j A LIMITED SUPPLY OF NEW ENGLISH , ? FORDSONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR AGRICULTURAL WORK , ||M Prices and Full Particulars from: VfjB R. MUIR & SQNSf Ford Dealers '«$ . ? ' P EOI.IfS THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE M INSURANCE COMPANY^I^,® the LEADING AUSTRALIAN 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, Efficiency and integrity are tbe kejpotes of thb ?onsideration is the watchword. fnMPk . of all ***»»« is the ''mtHU.*' ? Ktprciifntfil thraoghont this district by— / . .

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

SHOOTERS WAHTED-I XT ARE DRIVE will 'be held 1 durama on WEDNESUML^yv Vj JULY 12th, commencing at'1 p.m., in aid of Patriotic fundtfc^MM^-'P munition supplied on grounu. fee, 2/6 per shooter. All stgiftters cordially invited. p . DAFFODIL FAIR || To be held in MEMORIAL HALL, ;j| AT LYNDHURST. V | feturciaiy, September 23. iff Proceeds in aid of local Presb^pr^'l ; .irj Church Funds. VFjpJ %ji ? ? ? ? ? ? TN THE SUPREME COUKT OF V 1,4 NEW SOUTH WALES — PRO- -| BATE JURISDICTION IN THE ?;{ WILL, of BERNARD JOSEPH Mc- :j KEON late of 'Dunvegan' Mkndu rama in the State of New South 4*1/ Wales grazier deceased NOTICE is rM -y hereby given that the Eighth Ac- % |i counts in the above Estate have this jy $. day been filed in my office Sydney £ g and all persons having any interest ,,.v n in the said estate may come in || fore me at my said office on', or be^Mj u fore the 28th day of July ne*t ;^^H 12.15 o'clock in the afternoon inspect the same and if they think fit object thereto othenwis...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

NUF SED! After 40 Years' Trading in Carcoar we are stHl doing our best to give satisfaction Clark© Co LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR TBE 'CHRONIfIT JC» WITH US. V^WOOL-\ (winchcombe) , XCARSON^y A Natural Attraction ffinlP Winchcombe, Carson's work as sell tag brokers is so thoroughly capable. that successful handling of the clip for appraisement is certain. Their iiTmm experience, knowledge and judg- faBBS&aSf&mSKB ment are a never-failing force for Winchcombe, Carsoi Winchcombe House, Bridge St., ML. ? Wnadm-Ym Orange, Forbes.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Waterproof Soil Developed [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Waterproof Soil Developed ? I Wilmington, Delaware: The Her cules Powder Company has announced a new chemical compound which waterproofs soil and eliminates mud. The product, a resin compound, has been proved in tests on roads, air field strips, and other projects in the Uuited States and abroad. Army engineers nave usea tne product in 1 both northern and southern states, 1 and some work abroad has been done - in Panama and French Guiana. The waterproof surface is obtained by miring a resin compound with, the top few inches of soil. The water will then drain off or evaporate. Capillary rise of moisture from below is also prevented. Only a small amount is needed — about one per cent of the amount of soil to be treated and j waterproofed. The surface has the ! same appearance as the original dirt. Roads laid down over five years ago are still waterproof.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITTLE THINGS CAUSE ACCIDENTS (Issued by the Road Safety Council) [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

LITTLE THINGS CAUSE ACCIDENTS (Issued by the Road Safety (Council) 'Oh, I'm too busy — I can't be bothered with little things like that.' Like what? Little things which cause road accidents. When making a survey of pub- i Jic behaviour ion the roads a-2 j officer of Hie Road Safety Coun- I cil found that, with an amazingly | large number of persons spoken | to, the habit of safety was brush- I ed aside with brusque remarks such as that quoted. \ majority ?of citizens were disinterested in taking ordinary precautions to avoid accident. It was neglect of little things which I in the last month caused these road accidents: — A woman was waiting with her twin daughters on the verandah1 tor the coming home of her husband. When he turned the corner she al lowed the twins to race across the street to meet him. They were killed by a passing truck. Had the children been taught to look to the right and then to tlie left before leaving the footpath Lie lives of those twins would have been save...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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VALUE OF LAUGHTER: ADDS YEARS TO LIFE! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

VALUE OF LAUGHTER : ADDS YEARS TO LIFE ! Writes Helen Christine Bennett in the magazine, 'Recreation 'If laughter could he ordered at the chemist's, any doctor would pie scribe many laughs a day. A dose of laughter is a combination of stim 11 1; uiro that nf vitamin tablets. . 'Laughter is exercise for the dia phragm which is neglected in most exercises, excepting deep breathing. 'If you could X-ray yourself when you laugh, you would see astonishing results. Your dipahragm goes down, and your lungs expand. You aie taking in more oxygen than usual and that oxygen passes into the blood exposed! in your lungs. As you laugh, the rate of exposure to oxygen is doubled or tripled. A surge of powei runs from head to toes.' Dr James Walsh, of Fcrdham Um cqvq that few people realise that health actually varies according I to the amount of laughter, so does re j covery. People who laugh live lon I ger than those who do not laugh. | 'Possibly the supreme physician of this day is Mickey Mouse,' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHALLENGE TO WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

CHALLENGE TO WOMEN ? i In these duties, of building good homes, and of maintaining the standards of intelligence and humanity in private and public life, a younger generation of women find a challenge as stimulating as the battle for women's rights was to their aunts and grandmothers. — Janet Adam Smith, in 'Britain Today.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Astounding" Use of Wonder Drug at Dubbo [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

'Astounding' Use of Wonder Drug at Dubbo '^^STOUNDING' results are reported j to have been achieved from the use of penicillin, the 'wonder drug,' on a patient in Dubbo District Hospital last week, says the Dubbo 'I.iberaL' A Dub bo doctor said the patient — an acute in fectious case — was treated with penicil lin after failing to respond to all other forms. He had improved 'in an astound ing manner,' but it was still too early to say whether or not penicillin would have the desired effect. Penicillin had been used for the first time at Dubbo District Hospital a day earlier in the case of a bone infection. The process of improvement in such cases is said to be slow, but in the second case the patient's condition improved remarkably in 24 hours. The small quantity of the drug supplied to the hospital was in powder form. Before the injections it was transformed to liquid form by the application of water. The first treatment of 1000 units took eight hours to in ject, and the costs of t...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

GARCOAR -1 TOWN TALK ? 3 Pte. Bill Dane is at present spend, ing leave with his parents, at the Commercial Bank, Carcoar. Mi^d Katli Smith has been ap pointed to the Telephone Exchange at Ldthgow. We are pleased to report that , t Gordon and Harold: Stammers have ^ ;l been discharged from hospital after having been inmates for several t - we-eks. 11 Nurse Jean Stammers. accompyi- ? J ied by her mother, has left for Syd- ?_ i ?; I ney, where she will spend a fort - ^ § night's holiday. ; | The annual street stall will be - f held on November 4th. : |

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANY COMMODITIES NOW AVAILABLE FOR FARMERS' NEEDS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

MANY COMMODITIES NOW AVAILABLE FOR FARMERS' NEEDS District War Agricultural Com mittees are in receipt of informa tion that many commodities to meet farmers' needs have been made available. 1 These include: 1 . Iron — Corrugated. — Deliveries of galvanised iron are in the vicinity of six to eight months in arrears. Galvanised iron material wfll not be' released for use in connection with new constructions unless definitely established that the us age of substitute material, such as corru gated asbestos ceme'nt, tiles, etc., is not practicable. 2. Asbestos Corrugated. — It is strong ly recommended that wherever possible, users should take advantage of the fact that reasonable supplies of corrugated as bestos cement sheets arc at present avail able, and can be obtained direct from either Wunderhch Ltd., or James Hardie and Co., Pty., Ltd. It should be noted that neither of these firms distribute corrugated sheets through storekeepers. Reasonable supplies of flat asbestos cement sheets...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHANCE FOR PEACE IF SAME INGENUITY APPLIED AS IN WAR [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

I CHANCE FOR PEACE IF SAME INGENUITY APPLIED AS IN WAR I Here are two simple facts that il- , 1 kistlate the inventive genius of man. \ !:? November, 1910, the first aircraft i took off from a ship. Last week, over J 20 aii-craft carriers, with 1000 planes, j assembled off the Japanese-held ' Mariana Islands. i Some progress in 34 years! And if only the energy and ingenuity which made this possible are applied to postwar problems we would have little to worry about.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

I BLAYNEY town talk I perce Mogford, of Farm Lane, * for his new appointment in tlie ?ii'av service at Newcastle on Fri ? night. For over 20 years he has i wn m the per. way department, This new appointment will ibe as a assistant. Perce will be |ri'atlv missed around Blayney for pT. aC'tivities in connection with the fc'/nd and political matters. Prior to on Friday, Mr. Mogford was Li,e recipient of a presentation from Lk workmates. The gift was made oU their behalf by Mr. Joe Smith. Cpl- Roy Sad1®1' has rejoined his i:nit after spending leave with his niotiier, Mrs. H. Sadler, of vv^est Blayney. A soldier visitor over the week elUl was St. John Bryant, formerly of g-ay ney. He is at present posted at a Western camp. Mrs. R. Vinton and daughter, of Crop's Nest, have returned home to the City after spending a few days iio'iclay with their relatives, Mrs. A. Mason and family, of Osman Street. Mrs. A. Le Tondeur, together with !,er daughter. Iris, and son. Denny, left Blayney on Sunda...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BATHURST SCORES IN RED CROSS AIR RACE RAISED £7,225 [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

BATHURST SCORES IN RED CROSS AIR RACE RAISED £7,225 \ Bathurst easily won the Red Cross Air Race to Geneva. , The sum of £122,901 was raised from the effort by 2.50 of the 800 Red Cross branches. The first 12 placed branch planes were: — First: Bathurst, with £7225/12/2 raised, and 144,512 miles travelled. Second: Moree, £4426/4/ and 88,524 miles. Third: Red Cross Headquarters, £4328/4/10 and 86,564 miles. Fourth: Lismore, £4300/10/ and 86,010 miles. Fifth: Goulburn, £3515/3/4 and 70,303 miles. Sixth: Port Kembla, £2903 and 58,060 miles. £070A nnrl OCVCUUlt ilCWUOiSUC, ? *J\r CU1U 55,800 miles. Eighth: Orange, £2520 and 50,400 miles. Ninth: Parramatta, £2404/7/2, and 48,087 miles. Tenth: Wollongong, £2264/17/ and 45,297 miles. Eleventh: Gundagai, £2200 and 44,000 miles. Twelfth: Cobar, £2002/5/ and 40,045 miles. Bathurst raised £7225/ '. 2/2 for the competition, m. . ? . , - ?

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Ready To Hand Over [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Ready To Hand Over Mr. Jones: 'Yes, dear, I know the baby's crying is a bit troublesome at times; but remember the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.' I Mrs. Jones: 'That's an interesting point. Suppose you assume world domination for the evening while I g-! to the movies.'

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