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"BURNING" QUESTIONS AT CARCOAR P.P. BOARD MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

'BURNING' QUESTIONS AT CARCOAR P.P. BOARD MEETING j The Stock Inspector's ap ! pointment and recreational leave j were the two 'burning' ques tions discussed at . the July meeting of the Carcoar P.P. Board. These subjects were effectively dealt with toy the Directors collect j ively, although they are still 'burn- | ing' in various Departmental head ' quarters. Dir. H. McKenzie had his own ! little 'burning' episode quite acci : dentally. Being: a cold day he placed | his foot near the fire, and the heat j completed the 'burning' process of about 8 to 9 inches of his trouser's i leg. However, the incident did not de 1 tract Dir. McKenzie's interest in I 'burning' matters, and he was still j eager for debate throughout the ses. i sion.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"SONS OF THE ANZACS" TO BE SCREENED AT THEATRE BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

'SONS OF THE ANZACS' TO BE SCREENED AT THEATRE BLAYNEY I Blayney branch of the R.S.S, and A. League have made ar rangements to Screen the above film at the Theatre Blayney on Wednesday, July 96. The picture covers in detail the exploits of our fighting forces in the -Second World War. It depicts our soldiers, sailors and airmen fight inp- in hnt.tlfts that hn.vo nlterp.d the course of history. Arrangements have been made for a box plan at the Niagara Cafe, where seats- may be booked for 3d. extra. Early application is advised, as it is anticipated that a large crowd will be present. Blayney branch of the League will receive 50 per cent, of the profits of the entertainment.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WELL SAID! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

WELL SAID ! j The most effective agency ifor the redistribution of ! wealth appears to be wives and daughters. i ? ? ? ? If

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

SETTLEMENT REACHED i Letter to customer: 'You've been owing our company this bill for more than a year. We're ready to meet you half way. We're going to forget half of the amount you oWe.' The letter was promptly returned by the debtor with the pencilled no tation: 'Excellent! I'll meet you. I'll for get the other half.' , j

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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£30 BILL AND NO STOCK INSPECTOR Carcoar P.P. Board Directors Show No Enthusiasm [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

£30 BILL AND NO STOCK INSPECTOR Carcoar P.P. Board Directors Show No Enthusiasm Although Mr. C. E. Charles re ceived appointment as Stock In spector to Carooar P.P. Board some months agio, his military duties have so far prevented him carrying out the work. Needless to say, the situation has caused a great deal of inconvenience and worry to the Directors, and as yet, is still far from solution. Further complications have arisen for at the July meeting of the Board, a request was received from the De partment of Agriculture for the hon oring of an agreement, whereby the Inspector's recreational leave had which incurs an amount of about £30. The Directors were informed by Secretary Walker that their former Inspecto's recreational leave had been adjusted. Dir. Rowlands: Mr. Trevitt's posi tion is entirely different, but I take strong exception to having to pay the money to an official whom we have not yet seen, but who holds the appointment. Similar sentiments were expressed by Dir. Ha...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wish Granted [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

Wish Granted Judge: 'Now iwhat do you have to say for yourself?' Motorist: X wish I were where there aren't any traffic cops.' Judge: 'Granted. Thirty days* gaol for speeding

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BREEDING EXPERIMENTS IN U.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

BREEDING | EXPERIMENTS j IN U.S. j — i Artificial insemination proved a. practical and efficient method for breeding nearly 2,000 range cows over a period of three years iif the United states. Of the cows inseminated one or more times, 78.8 per cent produced calves and required an average of 1.63 j uiseuunauons per cair. study of the i concentration volume, and motility of the' semen from twelve range bulls showed much variability, but, in gen eral, fertility was related to semen volume, concentration of sperm, number of sperm per ejaculate, and percentage of live sperm. Through the use of stored semen and dilution, the number of cows bred with a single ejaculate was greatly increased. Uterine insemination gave ' the best results with about 200 cows, as contrasted with groups of twenty cows each inseminated by the cervical and vaginal methods. — j. f. Lasley and R. Bogart — Missouri (U S.A ) Station Research Bulletin 376.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORE IN IT THAN PRODUCING NEWSPAPER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

| MORE IN IT THAN PRODUCING NEWSPAPER A man lost a valuable dog, and advertised in a newspaper, offering a I reward of £100 for it, but got no re plies. He called at the office. 'I want to see the advertising manager,' he said. \ 'He's out,' said the office boy. j 'Well, his assistant,' j 'He's out, too, sir.' i 'Well, I'll see the editor.' | 'He's out, sir.' ! 'Great Scott! Is everybody out?' i 'Yes — they're all hunting for your clog.'1 ?TK.,.. ? ? ? ? ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RECIPES FOR THE WARTIME KITCHEN NAVY BROTH [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

RECIPES FOR THE WARTIME KITCHEN I - . * - ; NAVY BROTH I I 1 ^ lb. potatoes. 1 '.oz. bacon or beef dripping. 1 quart water. Stale toast. 4 bacon rinds. Outside leaves of a cabbage. Salt and pepper' to taste. 1 meat cube. Peel and slice potatoes. Poi.r water into a saucepan. Add bacon rinds and potatoes. Cover. Simmer till rinds are soft, then remove them. Sieve broth, j Shred cabhaop Melt fst in .?: vanri-nan. add cabbage. Cover and simmer gently for about twelve minutes. Add puree. Stir frequently ti'il boiling. Add meat cube. Simmer to: five minutes, stirring constantly. Season with salt and pepper. Serve with fnippcts of toast. Enough for lour persons. I « * * I 'PLANET'' STEAMED PUDDING 2oz. butter. 1 egg- 2 tablespoons cofiee essencc. 2oz. sugar. 4oz. self-raising flour. Beat butter and sugar wc-i! together; add egg, then essence, lastly flour. Pour i into mould. Cover with greased paper 'and steam two hours. Sent with sweet j sauce I ' I BOILED DRESSING For those who are fonc ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Millthorpe Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

Millthorpe * Personals * \3 » j Home from»*-frew Guinea, and spending leave at Millthorpe, is , \Pa80y Neil and Bill Morgan. t j - § Constable Davis and .Mrs. Davis have taken up residence in Orange, I to wh}ch centre the former has been ; transferred. Accompanied by Mrs. Quinlivan, Constable Quinlivan has taken up residence at the Police Station. || Changes are also taking' place || amongst local Railway personnel. 1 4 Mr. Tarrant, goods shed porter is 4 here in place of Mr. J. Hinitt; Mr g J. A. Shreririg, in .place of Mr. L.' i'S j Matthews, while the Station Master j|| Mr. Ihcher. who filled Mr. J. Hun-' ||I tor's position, is expecting a transfer |||; in the near future.

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"BIGGER AND BETTER": COMMUNITY CONCERT AT BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

E 'BIGGER AM) BETTER' : COMMUNITY CONCERT AT BLAYNEY A glorious night and some where to go for a bit of fun was the explanation given by patrons for their attendance at the community concert on Sunday evening last. The attendance, bigger than, ever, each week brings new voices which tend to swell the volume of song and to create new interest Mick Mooney and Jack Graves were particularly pleasing with popular solos. We feel sure that a few more of the lads who attend these concerts could do themselves credit, and we hope to hear them. Eunice Ryan, ?' was, as usual, in jood form, and sang her songs very licely. Tfye Miskell girls, as popular as ;ver, sang their numbers faultlessly. -Their tongue-twister was a severe test to which they stood up very well. Joan Ryan. Lois Brabham, Mary Jones, Bobby Brabham and Betty Bamgarten pleased the audience with solos, whilst June Gillespie's tap dance was very popular. # Frank Ryan sang his numbers ?|ike a tried veteran. The applause . given Fran...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HE WAS GOOD AT REPARTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

HE WAS GOOD AT REPARTEE A criminal with a long record was be- j fore a Judge' at the Sydney Quarter Scs- 1 bions. I 'Having regard to your long criminal j record,'' said rhc Judge, addressing the ac cused. '1 feel it is essential to deter you from crime by a severe sentence. 1 therefore sentence you to a maximum pen alty — six years bard labor.'' The prisoner was aghast, and ex e'i.iimcd, 'You ruddy swine!' , 'For that observation.' said the Judge, I 'I increase the sentence by a further six f months.' i 'You b ? old cow!' replied the | prisoner. 'And for that remark.' said the Judge, without changing his calm ex pression, 'you will be obliged lo serve .1 further 12 months.' 'You ? old blanket}1 blanketv blanket}' blank!' exploded the prisoner, giving expression to a long siring of oaths. i 'That will cost you a,no:hcr year — : making eight and a half years' hard labor altogether. Are you satisfied now?' ! 'Yes, I'm satisfied.' said the prisoner, horoughly cowed. 'You certainly beat...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

Lyndhurst Personals | Friends of Mr. C. Gruber, of Gar land, will he pleased to learn that he is progressing favorably after his appendicitis operation. , Mr. Fiddy left on Tuesday night last for Sydney where his wife is not enjoying the best of health. Mrs. Townsend has her mother. Mrs. Booth, of Dubbo, enjoying- a holiday with her at Lyndhurst. Preparations are well in hand for the Comforts Fund Ball this week. Jordan's orchestra has been engaged, and supper arrangements are in the hands of Lyndhurst ladies.

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A PHYSIOLOGICAL MIRACLE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

A PHYSIOLOGICAL MIRACLE Professor Kay has described the really high yielding cow in full lactation as 'a physiological miracle' which may pro vide its own weight of milk in a fort night. She is a functionally abnormal animal, he recently said, pressing rather hard on her physiological potentialities. 'It is amazing,' said the professor, 'that she does not break down more freauentlv under the strain imposed on her diges tion, liver, endocrinc, balance and circu latory system.' Professor Kay, who was addressing the' British Society of Dairy Technology, spoke of the need for special handling of the dairy cow if she is to maintain her milk output. The first requirement for improved milk yields, he said, was the environmental one of skilful management, without which potential high yields could not be reached. Any national attempt to improve aver age yields, he also «ald, was fraught with danger, unless the methods of .animal hus bandry were improved at^the same ; time — and this entailed...

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Preventing Waste In Poultry Feeding [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

Preventing Waste In Poultry Feeding . , ! I At the present time ceonomy in the | feeding of poultry is particularly neces sary, but much wastage of food takes place on many farms, points out Mr. E. Hadlington, Poultry Expert of the De partment of Agriculture. Common causes of such waste are faulty dry feed hoppers, lack of suitable troughs for feeding wet mash, over-feeding, and unsuitable faci lities for the storage of food. It can be prevented in the following ways: — (1) If dry mash is fed the hopper | snouict be so constructed that the food cannot be scratched out by the birds. (2) Where wet mash is fed it is neces sary to provide sufficient troughs of a suitable type. These can be made of gal vanised iron or wood. (3) To avoid waste by over-feeding the birds should be given only as much feed as they will consumc 'within a6out an hour of feeding. (4) Suitable storage bins should be provided so that a number of bags of the different classes of foodstuffs can be emptied into the b...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

CO'OPERATION a&o cozwuf/ Pitt» Son & Badgery have enjoyed the VYV confidence of wool-growers for over fifty ycflrSt Regarding our clients as friends, we have provided special facilities for their comfort and convenience. Illustrated is a corner of the Palm Court ia our Head Office, Sydney, where our executives meet clients from all over the State, for each one of whom efficient, service is maintained on the basis of personal interest and attention. IjfflMjife ? PITT, SON AND BADGERY LTD. WOOL BROKERS mBi 1 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney; Darby Street, Newcastle. MBM j * * fli HMffl-jS Brand) Office: Boorowa. Iffigfj 1 1 jjj {)Hy|§j^ Licensed Auctioneers, Slock *nd Station Agents. Th NEVILLE S :lor ? fl'. Mrs. H. Cosier, accompany :: her daughters, Rita and Mor.fi.. :S has been holidaying with Mr. 'T Mrs. B. O'Brien, returned :? - f,!- home at Kandos on Friday lasi .'»': Ae Moyra O'Brien made the tiir- J* them. '?'a ?'J

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

THE' FARMERS & GRAZIERS CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY CO., LTD. Head Office : Sydney. Branches. London, Goulburn, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Orjnyc, Tem-ora, Dubbo, Cowra, Tamworth, Tenterfield. IN PROSPEROUS TIMES, CO-OPERATION ADDS TO PROSPERITY! IN ADVERSE SEASONS, the Benefits of MODERN CO-OPERATION as extended to Primary Producers REDUCES COSTS ! THE 'F. 8 G.' WOOL REBATE OF 40 PER CENT. AND LOANS AT THE LOWEST RATE OF INTEREST ARE OF GREAT ASSISTANCE. i CONSIGN: WOOL, STOCK, RABBITSKINS, ETC. TO THE GREAT COUNTRY ORGANISATION : The Farmers & Graziers SYDNEY. Licensed Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents. NOTICE A REWARD OF £150 will bfe paid to the person or persons giving Information that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL a SHEEP from 'Coombing Park.' REWARD OF £50 will be paid for information leading to th« conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Ner ..—JtoS.on 'Coombing Park.'' k . 3»E8)PA8SING, Shooting, .Rabbiting or Fi...

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

NtJFSED! After 40 Year*' Trading in Carcoar *' Be still doing our best to «iv* 'cv'^k satisfaction B|ark&Co YOUR ORDER for THE 'ch^nicle' nd pnUished ty Bay tor file pro. ?

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

W. J. Brady, Car Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salt.M .'?*? and Estate Agent. Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Va? t ? DISTRICT AGENT FOR: T * StS MUiUuA4™E DURANCE CO. LTD. . uSrSj)Ta: iw 'Tr,-K°s' Dre»ches . VCD- SS8KS8SE.™*' AND GATES r^.vS »r:NpINEERING COY. LTD. (Farm Machinery and Duplicates). W. J. BRADY, Licensed Agent Bo* No. 2; 'Phone & CARCOAR. Ji I

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REVENUE OF £31,362 Lyndhurst Shire's 1943 Operations [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

I REVENUE OF £31,362 Lyndhurst Shire's .1943 Operations During 1943, Lyndhurst Shire Council had a total (revenue from all sources of £31,362/3/, and re venue for the year exceeded ex penditure by £1,530/7/11. Mr. R. W. Burke, auditor, reported his in his annual report presented it last meeting of the Council. j The surplus of £1,530/7/11 was nade up as follows: General fund, ' ES16/7/5; Water fund. £263/1/3; Lo- i al funds (net), £395/3/2; Electrical fund (net), £55/16/1. 1 Three sanitary services showed iysses amounting in the aggregate to £417/18/9, and one (Newbridge) a profit of £6/0/1. The financial position of all fund3 at the- close o£ the year was very satisfactory, Mr. Burke reported, there being net available funds of £12,155/7/9, included in which were cash funds £4,908/19/10 and fixed deposits and bonds to the value of £5,987/8/1. Account books and records were submitted in very good order, and the provisions of the Local Government Act had been complied with. Councillo...

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