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BARRY PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

BARRY PERSONALS Mrs. F. C. Kable, who is an in mate of the Base Hospital, Orange, is steadily improving in health. * * * Mr. J. P. Dover's injured man is on the mend, although lie is still un able to resume work. Mr. P. Dwyer, who recently had two ribs fractured when thrown from his horse, is making good pro gress towards recovery and hopes to ?be able to resume his usual occupa tion shortly. * * * Following steady rain early last week, approximating 40 points, far mers are busy digging carrots and potatoes- j

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD CUSTOM DIES HARD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

OLD CUSTOM DIES HARD I In some districts of Victoria, and I doubtless of other States, it has been the custom for years to send the dairy herds for some weeks in the winter to graze on poor quality reserve land. These farmeis say their fathers and grandfathers did it to give' the farms a spell, and, while it means a considerable loss, and sometimes the death of a cow, they still continue the practice. Referring to this custom in a rc'cent report, the Victorian Superintendent of Dairying (Mr. J. M. Kerr) says: 'The Supervisor may in course of time prevail on them to grow more food and keep a few less cows, which would mean in creased monetary returns, but they are finding it difficult to break old customs.' Printed and published by Ray mond James Neve tor the pro prtfitaia, B. 3. Neve and Co.. flrtwMtlf Street, Blayney. N.S.W.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAKING NO CHANCES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

TAKING NO CHANCES On his appointment, the new man ager of aj bank was given much pub licity, and photographs of him were reproduced in local newspapers. All were not printed attractively. A depositor wandered in, walked 'H w U'C manager, proaucea one Of the photographic reproductions, and asked 'Is this your picture?' The manager assured him that it was. 'And are you the manager of this bank?' The other admited that hq was. 'Well, give me my money' ordered the depositor. —

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Uncommon Man [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

The Uncommon Man 'A general, planning a campaign, has to reckon up the numbers in his armies, not individual qualities. He has to accept the myth of the etimmon man. 'A myth can be very useful, so long as we know it for a myth; when we begin to mistake it for a reality, it becomes dangerous. lo treat) people as it they were all alike is the way ot the dictator | in a totalitarian country, and the way of a bureacrat in a country which may delude itself into thinking it is a democracy. 'The fundamental fact about human nature is not to be found in our likenesses but in our differences. After you have finished talking about the brotherhood of man open your eyes and look at your brothers, and recognise that you belong to a family of which no two members are alike. Look at yourself and recognise that the essence of you, what makes you a personality, is not what you have in common with other men, but what is peculiar to yourself. 'In other words you are an uncommon man . . . 'Democracy do...

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ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION APPROVED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION j APPROVED l l ! Belief that the adoption of artificial insemination is the next progressive step in the beef and dairy industries of Aus tralia has been expressed by the Dircaor General of Agriculture (Mr. Bulcock). Such a system, he told the N.SAV. I managers ana secretaries recent comcrem-i.-, | could treble the rate of increase in cattle | and improve the herds. Canada, the United States, England, and Russia, Mr. Bulcock says, were materially expanding I their artificial insemination programmes. Artificial insemination meant the selec tive choice of the best at the least pos sible cost. Experiments on millions of cows in Russia had indicated that there was no loss of productivity, nor any de terioration of quality. Experiments in j Russia had started in 1928.

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Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

JLyndhurst Personals Mr. M. Priest is at present home on leave after being away several months in a Northern State. W « * Messrs. C. Wilson, D. Jeffreys and Jack Kind left on Sunday last for Peak Hill where they will en gage in shearing operations. I * * * ! Bernie, small son of Mr. and Mr^. J. Berginey met with a nasty acci dent on Wednesday afternoon last. Falling on the rockery at his home, he inflicted a severe cut to his top lip. He was conveyed to Carcoar Hospital, where several stitches were inserted in the wound. We are pleas ed to report that the little sufferer is now showing improvement.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Honors To The "Wife" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

| Honors To The 'Wife' i During the last Zulu War the Brit- ' ish sent out a force consisting of or- j dinary infantry and one kilted Scots regiment. A fierce battle took place in which all ranks did well, but the kilted Highlanders fought with par ticular dash. After the battle a captured Zulu warrior was asked his opinion of the British soldier. He replied: 'Wow! Tlie Englishmen he can fight — but his wife ..... Phew.'

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

BLAYNEY TOWN TALK Friends were glad to welcome Dug Lancefield oil his discharge from hos pital on Saturday last. Dug, who had a month's treatment at Blayney District Hospital, is now feeling very much better — 'tio-toD'. to u^e his own words. However, he is as yet unable to return to Neville as daily medical treatment will be necessary for some little time. Dug, an expert on the piano keys, has been missed from social functions of late. All hope he will soon be able to resume liis playing in the near future. The licence of the Club House Ho tel at Blayney was on Friday last transferred from Agnes May Brad street to Thomas McCulloch, of Syd ney. Membership total of Blayney R. and T. Institute now stands at 274. This was revealed in the report given at the monthly meeting by the Secretary (Lloyd Hughes). At the same meeting it was decided to ap ply to the Director for two new stoves for the billiard room at the Institute. The ones in use at present are very unsatisfactory, it was stat...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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COMING-OF-AGE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

C0MING-0F-AGE PARTY A happv little function took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Toohey, of 'Torak,' Barry, several nights ago. The occasion was the comingof age of their daughter. Miss Leah Toohey. About 30 relatives and friends were in attendance, and the evening provided was both bright and pleas ant. Leah was the recipient of many nice presents to commemorate the | event.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

d ? ik - .sovinss BfWK iniEREST Savings Bank Regulations prescribe that depositors' passbooks must be presented ' to the Bank once in each year for examination and insertion of interest. ^ Depositors who have not presented their passbooks since 8th June last are re quested to do so at their earliest con venience. commonuieaLTH SflUinOS BARK OF AUSTRALIA HL ? IK TYNDHURST C.W.A— Next Meet ing will foe held in Memorial Hall on SATURDAY, 15th JULY, at 3 p.m — D. COBB, Hon. Secretary. T OST in Blayney. — 'Small, Yellow FERRET, Monday morning. Pet. Reward. Apply 'West Macquarie' Office. AUSSIE Pictures LYNDHURST SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1944. JOHNNY WEISSMULLER in: 'TARZAN TRIUMPHS' It's the most outstanding of Tarzan pictures. And: IDONA MASSEY in: 'INVISIBLE AGENT ' FOUR SHORTS NO PEACE SINCE ! When Adam slept. Eve from his side arose. Strange his first sleep . Should be his last repose.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

W ,« i«E u«®\ i BARBED WIRE I NO PERMITS REQUIRED NO FILLING IN FORMS Because there Is no possibility of securing galvanised barbed wire for some considerable time, tbe Department : »; ?f Supply and Shipping has arranged for the immediate ' release of stocks of black, tinnsed BARBED WIRE from Military Country Depots. Don't let your .fences go to ruin —begin your repairs now! This wire is cheap enough to - allow for a double top strand to be used. For prompt v '/ delivery, place your order at once with your local Store- j keeper or Merchant. No permits required — no forms to yt , fill in — but supplies are limited. / ' j ®28 LB. COtftS (150 yards approximately)— S- 1 ton equals 7 miles. This w*re it i ; ' 12^-point gauge, four-point barbs,' AND HAS NEVER BEEN USED. Ex cept for seme weather rusting it is ii gfod condition. v , K OBDEB HOW FROM YOUH tOCAt STOREKEEPEB OH IBBMBT | FOR SALE lamTskin MA' for doors and floors: beauti fully tanned. Ovals or oblongs. Colors: Green. Cream. Gol...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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45 POINTS AT BLAYNEY SOAKING RAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

45 POINTS AT BLAYNEY SOAKING RAIN rain the Blayney district has re reived was experienced on Sun clay. Following a heavy frost on Satur day night, rain-clouds filtered over, and the patter commenced' on Sunday I [morning, continuing aunng we a ay and portion of the night. The 9 a.m. reading at Blayney P.O. on Monday showed 45 points. June, with 44 points, was the driest June at Blayney for at least 44 years —the period over which records ara available The week-end fall brings the town registration for the year to 718 points, which is barely half the aver age.

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SWOOP ON FACTORIES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

''swoop on FACTORIES An artist's conception of a low-level attack by heavy British bombers against factory targets.

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"STANFIELD" STOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

'STANFIELD' STOCK I At the Orange stock auctions last Thursday, Est. J. H. Glasson, Stan field, Carcoar, secured 32 lambs, 16/10, 23 ewes 13/, 21 ewes 10/10, 32 lm's 16/10, 17 1ms 12/7. at Winch combe Carson's sale.

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PRESENTATION TO PTE. ALLY HUDSON AT TRUNKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 July 1944

I PRESENTATION TO PTE. ALLY HUDSON AT TRUNKEY IPte. Ally Hudson, who is re turning to active service, follow, ing extended leave, was the guest of honor at an impromptu function at the Trunkey Hotel on Saturday last. Constable Gould occupied the I chair, other speakers including Mes srs. F. Purnell, C. t Thompson, S. Ford and W. Aspinall. In making a presentation of a wal let of notes to Pte. Hudson, Mr. C. Hailstone wished him all the best in the future. Ally suitably responded.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

If ENGAGEMENT NOTICE |jj|. The engagement is announced of .Shirley Claire, only daughter of Sgt. ''^E. A. V^ashers (P.O.W.) and Mrs. 4! Fashers. ^|f South Perth, W.A., and 3 !; sgt. Percy^Eonald Whalan, A.I.F., R] :? 1 youngest soire-f Mrs. E. A. Whalan, : ? and the late llr. F. C. Whalan, of r Mandurama. ;fi lyndhRist SHIRE ji CHRONICLE fij.- WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1944 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

I 'CHRONICLE' I ADVERTISING RATES ®V: ' Small, run-on Cash Advertise Sf? ments (without display lines) : BE- 12 words 2/ (minimum charge); ?S; IS to 18 words, 2/6; 19 to 24 words, 3/; 25 to 30 words. 3/6; jlft'/y. Si to 36 words, 4/. If booked, HM* 6d- extra in each case. IKr . Larger casual advertisements mi. (with display lines): 4/ per inch, linr In Memoriam Notices: 4/ PT without verse (minimum charge) If?.' With verse, 4/, plus 6d. per line !!?' of verse. i?; Return Thanks Notices (of U . normal Size): 4/. Proportionate ' 1 increase in charge for space I- over normal. 1/ . Death, Birth and Marriage i Notices: 4/- (any size), i, Contract Business Advertise ments: Special cheap rates on application.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICE 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N&W. Efficiency and integrity are the keynotes of this Company. Sympathetic consideration is the watchword. Prompt and honorable settlement of all claims is the 'motto.' Represented thro4*h^it this district by— W. j. BRADY — CARCOAR ? (winchcombe) X|gjjpN y 4 Natural Attraction ? Witibiicb'nibe, Cation's work as sell |S§|| %* Jig brokers is so thoroughly capable, sB|| pSg^-tiiat successful handling of the clip for appraisement is certain. Their ^gl^K^^^ent are a never-failing force for p floclicoi, Carson jp^ Fortes. ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

AUSSIE Pictures j LYNDHURST Saturday, July 22, 1934 | CECIL B. DeMILLE presents . . FREDRIC MARCH and j WALTER BRENNAN in | 'THE BUCCANEER' j j And: LEON ERROL in . . | 'Strictly In The Groove' i FOUR SHORTS [ADVERTISEMENT] THE REFERENDUM EXPLAINED No. 2 Dangers of the Five-Year Term One of the remarkable things about the Referendum on August 19 is that, even if it is carried, the powers will only last until five years after the end of the war. What is more, any Federal legislation passed under the powers will also lapse. Think of the confusion that that will involve. The Government purports to want power to repatriate the people of the Services. But what use would a repatriation scheme be that came to an end five years after the war? Another power sought is uniform company law. There is no objection to that — but what becomes of a company so floated when the five years are up? Even if the powers did not already exist to carry out all these things, of what use would they be for five...

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Mandurama Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

MaediiraraJ Personals I i Accompanied by her dau Mrs. H. Willard, Mrs. McGlashan 'fl turned home on Saturday last. t^B former will spend a short holiq^B at Mandurama. Miss Ruby Davis is home after spending a few weeks in°tlB City with friends. She is much i J in hpfllth ? Pte Bernie Gurney has rejoir i«fl his unit following short leave. wiH his parents and friedns at MandS rama. ? Sgt. W. Gurney has also returneB to camp after a few days break u-.M his parents and friends at MandiH Holidaying in Sydney is Miss h M. Woodward. I

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