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Gun Does Two Jobs In Italy [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

Gun Does Tim Jobs In Italy A 3.7 anti-aircraft gun has a dual role in Italian fighting. It is an equallv I formidable weapon as a field artillery gun. Picture shows: A 3.7 gUn ?' in use as a field artillery weapon. The rangefinder is not needed, but n H prepared for use in tbe event of the gun being switched to A. A. work H

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW HIS MONEY WENT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

HOW HIS MONEY WENT There was a sailor who, asked what he had done with his wages, answered, 'Part went for liquor, part for women, and the rest I spent foolishly.'

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Soldier's Prayer [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

A Soldier's Prayer During the battle of El Agheila in the Western Desert an Eighth Army soldier found a piece of paj-er on which were written some verses* considered to be among the finest produced bv the present war. No trace has tieen round of the author, but the poem, entitled 'A Soldier— His Prayer.' has been pre served in a recently published volume 'Poems from the Desert by Membeis of the Eight Army' (Harrup, London) A choral setting of the poem is to be broadcast. The words are: Stay with' me, God. The night is dark, The night is cold: My little spark Of courage dies. The night is long, Be with me, God, and make me strong. I love a game; I love a fight, I hate the dark; I love the light, I love my child ; I love my wife, I am no coward. I love life. Life with its change of mood and shade. I want to live. I'm not afraid. But me and mine are hard to part; Oh, unknown God. lift up my heart. Yon stilled the waters at Dunkirk, [ You saved your servants. All j'our J work. Is wonder...

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NOT AT THE PAYING STAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

NOT AT THE PAYING STAGE Alice, five years old, had brought her little sister with her to Sunday - School. The younger sister was only two. When the teacher, in taking- up the collection, noticed that the little sister did not hand in any money, Thintincr cVia of ill Vinrl wuu Jiavi il j .-xsl ill Jici hand, asked her if she wished to place it in the collection. ? It was then that Alice explained, 'She doesn't have to pay yet.'

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Farming Under Glass [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

Farming Under Glass At least 150.000,000 extra pounds of vitamin-packed fresh vegetables will be harvested in 1944 in the United States from gardens completely under glass. These are huge greenhouses, so extensive that ufouahing is done fcy horse, or even by tractor. ? One such unit near Cleveland, Ohio, ' comprises 300 acres and more than one wild duck, flying at night, has ?raigfoirfn its broad stretches of glass roofing for a lake shimmering in the - ' moonlight, and has made a disastrous crash landing. Under glass, one acre will produce 12 times the crop of the average out door acre. Soils three feet deep must be constanly treated and revitalised. For one month each year crops are anot grown on a particular tract while the soil is sterilised by a spray of steam from pipes three feet below the surface. Each acre requires from 400 to 600 tA'' of coal for heating, and the cost Of setting up hothouse fanning is at least 25.000 dollars (£5,000. But the rewards are great, for most of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

! * /CAM RED & SON I j||- 1 (late DAVB lElEED). :ji|; ?? Undertakers A Monumental ; |ii -ii, . . Masons. ' Adelaide Street, Blayney. i I . - 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. i ¥ Local Representative: I Mr. Arthur Higgs I . 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. Uy ? . £50 REWARD ?fi above reward will be paid for , (i ; information leading to the convic i! tion person or persons dama i| S^ Wi*e netting f^acSiig, interfer t:I, _ wg. *^th flood or netting gates or y|. . . cutting1 or removing wire from any i| the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE.' '1 R. J pagan! J . ? 'Suhny Ridge,' Mandurama. I ~NUF SEiyT J ' After- 40 Years' Trading in Carcoar p-** *** '?'J doing QBjr. best to (ivn BI^^P^^'-Y^CTEOBDEB FOR *WHC THE FARMERS & GRAZIERS CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY CO., LTD. Head Office : Sydney. Branches. London, Goulburn, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Or-ingc, Temora. Dubbo, Cowra, Tamworth, Tcnterficld. IN PROSPEROUS TIMES, CO-OPERATION ADDS TO PROSPERITY! IN ADVERSE ...

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Overcoats For Sheep Give Longer Wool [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

Overcoats For Slra^p Give Longer Wool i f, Recent experiments in (he United States have proved that : if BheefF&re equipped with cotton mnoote during the winter * monttak the wool when sfcearetl' : ; - is dcwiBr and longer. . . f 5 Testa aire still being made at the UBiverfcity of Wyoming College of . ' ' ^Agriculture to determine which type 1 IVkH'/UI AlratVW)t «-k«ir3 therefore costs less. Hie tentative conclusion reached is that the coat tnust last two seasons of seven months each to make worth-while Bavmgis. . Previous tests of seven months' Wear have produced longer, cleaner wool. The coats improve the appear ance and dying property of the wool, decrease weathering, shrinkage dirt and loss due to snatching brush, and increase length - and grease content. 2ni the original experiments, a total of. 341 ewes were coated and 343 in the same flock were left uncoated. When the sheep were sheared, the «oated fleece! averaged one-half pound heavier 'after cleaning, the dirt con ...

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REDUCING EXERCISE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

? 1 MjEDUCING EXERCISE -rue best reducing exercise is to r,1®-aKe the head viST°rousIy from side — when pressed to have more ? ? ?

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

RETURN THANKS MRS. WOOD and daughter, Thelma, and MR. REG WOOD, wish to thank Dr. Cass, Mrs. Hargans, Mrs. Arthur Higgs (especially) ar.d other friends for great kindness shown in their re cent sad bereavement. IN MEM0RIAM WHALAN. — In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, Frederick Claude, who passed away June 26, 1943. 'Always remembered.' i — Inserted by Linda.. Bill and family I

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£1,726 RAISED IN FIVE YEARS OUTSTANDING EFFORT BY MANDURAMA RED CROSS BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

I £1,726 RAISKI) IN FIVE YEARS OUTSTANDING EFFORT BY MANDURAMA RED CROSS BRANCH The annual meeting of Mandu rama branch of the Red Cross was held on the 18th July. In submitting her report, the Pre sident (Mrs. R. J. Fagan) said: Five years have passed sincp w joined the Red Cross Association, and not one of us dreamed that we would be working at top speed for such a period. Entering our sixth year, all must feel very proud of the past year's work, £509/8/4 having been raised making a total of fl, 726/7/10 for the five years — an outstanding achieve ment, for which those responsible de serve OUr heartif«!t ? ? — WV i. U UUia-blUliO, It is truly wonderful, and you have accomplished it with an Edith Cavell spirit, knowing full well that your work; is as silent as that of the Navy. You do do not know where or to whom the results of your la bors go, but you do know it goes to the right person, and is handled by the right people. You may toe under the impression that your work pas ses un...

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SUNDAY NIGHT'S COMMUNITY CONCERT [?] Gaining [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

tUNDAY NIGHT'S ow^,T^Tv concert I; ' . i )n {saining h :;,v^^ivity Sunday evening comimiuiiity roncerts at Blayney Convent continue to gain in popular iy. Though there was a keen frost in ie air on Sunday night last, a con :aiit stream of young people led to ie Convent school to take part in ie singing. There were many new faces, and e«- voices swelled the volume, and elped t it maite the evening bright. .Eunice Ryan gave us two new umbers very nicely, one of which, rhe Tanks Keep On Rolling Along,' [terwards proving a very popular )mmunity number. The Miskell Sisters 3ang us the mg they put over Talent Hour. If mg at Bathurst as well, they should ?rtainly be in the running for a acc. Lois Brabham was in a good form, ispite a little nervousness. Joan Ryan, who has hau a shot -ell, was very pleasing with her unbers. Betty Bamgarten sang very nicely, id her number was much apprecia ?1. »? Kathleen Jenner was in her usual rin and sang 'A Paper Doll.' Frank Ryan male his farewell ap ara...

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CARCOAR DISCUSSION GROUP FORMED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

CARCOAR DISCUSSION GROUP FORMED The first meeting of the newly formed Carcoar discussion group was held on Friday night last. The subject discussed was 'From World War to vrorld War.' A very interesting evening result ed. It is hoped that more Carcoar residents will attended future meet j ing of the Group. 7

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Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

Lyndhurst Personals I Miss Trixie Davies arrived home on Friday night last to spend her an nual holidays with her mother, Mrs. Davies. ? ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. R. Burke and their three children arrived on Monday from Werris Creek to spend annual -10 -ri1Ast« of Mrs Burke's parents, Mi*, and Mrs. F. Neil. 9 ? ? ? ' Also on holidays are Mr. and Mrs. J Alan Smith. They left for Sydney at the week-end, and will be away a fortnight. » ? ? . After an enjoyable stay in Sydney, extending over several weeks, Mrs. J. Emms returned to her home at Hazelwood on Friday last. ? ? » The many friends of Mrs. Dan n uimt Iparn that, she I A JLLUCO Will ICglV^ W — ? ? ? ? is still a patient in Carcoar Hospital. We hope it will not be long before Mrs. Hines returns to her home. ? ? ? ? Eileen Wilson has returned home after being a patient in the Carcoar hospital for a few days. Eileen had her tonsils removed.

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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 July 1944

CARCOAR TOWN TALK     Congratulations are being received   by Mr. and Mrs. C. McLeod on the   birth of a daughter at the District Hospital. ? ? ? Friends of Mr. Arthur! Dawson will regret to learn that he is still not enjoying good health. Mr. Bill Dugan, one-time resident of Carcoar, who has been a member of the Services for some time, has been discharged owing to illness. It is understood, Mr. and Mrs. Dugan intend going into business at Harden. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. H. Arget are spend ng holidays in Bathurst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

S AH. Coffins I j:' , licensed stock and. station !? AGENT. « ? Agency for Unit nsuraitce Ci». PHONE: NEVILLE a I CAM REED & SON (late DAVE REED). 1 Undertakers & Monumental - . Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney. ?*» », * 'Phone 60. „ . Funerals Conducted Reverently . . . and Dignified. | Local Repiesentative: I Mr. Arthur Higgs | *PHONE: CARCOAR 3. 1_ ? j Cook Bros | I BLAYNEY i: _ ? ANNOUNCE that tiiey have been ap pointed by the Agricultural Depart '( , orient as | SOLE AGENTS 2N THE If CARCOAR DISTRICT ii t for receival of all Vegetables I grown under contract with I the Commonwealth Govern | ment. I Also Sole Agents for receival ot fi locally grown Potatoes under Uie 3 Government contract scheme. I FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIED I ON APPLICATION. L £50 REWARD above reward will be paid for j MiggMSMutfottnation leading1 to the convlc of any person or persons dama Yfjre netting fencing, interfer ' ftood or netting gates or or removing ' wire from any y:t traces 6n ''SUN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

. iAOVERTISEMENT] Don't let them USE YOUR SOLDIER ! i You're being told that the Government must I have more power if it is to reinstate service / men after the war. ' p} But Governments have been using Full . j I Repatriation Powers without question for, the last 25 years. j t j Thousands of homes built, thousands of -s£ mortgages discharged, thousands of men settled on the land, thousands of men taught trades, thousands of soldiers' children educated. And so on. The Commonwealth has already spent an average of more than £1,000 per man on soldiers of the last war. Who now says they haven't power. Can't you see your soldier is merely being USED! He's the bait for the political trap! Do you think he wants to be man-powered ... to be ordered round and pushed about . . . when he comes back ? Like you are now ? And for good ? Don't you think he'd like some freedom when he gets j home ? He's been fighting for it . . . Why take it ( from him while he's away. ; Do you feel the officialdom ...

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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

BLAYNEY TOWN TALK Blayney Bowling Club was repre sented by six rinks at Wellington on Sunday last to play a social lixture. The visitors were successful in two of the matches. Members report hav ing had a most enjoyable day, being treated most hospitably at Welling Lon. At the welcome, Mr. j a.^A Johns (senior vice-president of Blay ney Club) responded on behalf of the locals, in the absence of President T. Black, who could not make the trip. From all accounts, Jack made a tip-top job of the speech-making, and in future his sendees will be much in demand. Mr. Colin George, the War Loan Organiser for the Central West, was in Blayney on Monday making pre liminary arrangements for the cam paign in the 2nd Victory Loan. It is hoped to organise a strong com mittee for Blayney. The Madhatters' Ball at Newbridge on Friday night, August 4, promises to be a big success. Music is to be supplied by the 'Victory' Orchestra, and prizes will be awarded for most comical hats. Proceeds are in aid o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

I The Commonwealth will take FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR REPATRIATION Repatriation and rehabilitation of service men and women are National duties. The Government recog nises this. That is why it asks you to vote 'YES,' and help carry the referendum on August 19th. This will give the Common wealth equal power with the States to deal with all the IF YOU BELIEVE it Is unwise to leave poit-war authority and responsibility divided between six States and the Common* wealth— * 1 AND IF you believe that the Commonwealth^ should accept full responsibility for what must be done when peace returns — YOU WILL VOTE 'YES.' problems of post-war recon struction. It will avoid the conflict of poli cies and divided responsibility between the States and the Commonwealth, which left re turned men the losers at the end of the last. war. It will enable the Common wealth to carry out its policies of full employment, housing and social security. A 'YES' vote guarantees the Common wealth power to control price...

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BIG HARE DRIVE AT BLAYNEY TO-DAY To Aid Anzac House Appeal [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

! BIG HARE DRIVE AT ' BLAYNEY TO-DAY lo Aid Anzac House AppeaJ Much enthusiasm is being dis played at Blayney for the haxe -lrive being held to-day ( Wednes- day). The event, which has been organ- ' ised by the Blayney Police, in co-op- , eration with Mr. A E. Walkren com- I mences about 10 a.m. Shooters are to meet at Mr. Wal kom's property, 'Spring Lawn,' sit- . uated about three miles along the ' Bathurst Road. Ammunition will be issued at the j commencing point, being on sale at j low cost. Proceeds of the days are for the i Anzac House Appeal, a worthy cause that should appeal to all. Good sport is assured all who at tend, as this locality has the repu tation of being 'the home of hares.''

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GALLYMONT'S HELP [?]TRIBUTED [?] Red [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

IjALLYMONT'S help IrIuuTED iaadurama Red v-ecumve I, . . . 'ST Of Sp©C . ' : f ? assist . '? - ? auch by -??.. ei v.,. enter- ? . ?' by Mrs. R. \t ?..ndiirftma. ave'H Qoss Branch) in iiei presiden ndsBrej)ort, portion of which appeared l)asHur ^ast issue. Fagan continued: a result reflects great credit an -Mi the organisers, Mr. and Mrs. ^?th. and on the generosity of the H,,-' oi that centre. re.H Other Functions. Al-H,e concert by the Hazelwood a' Hren. organised by Miss M. Shea 'e H tt-as a great success, enjoyed and H?ciated by all. He floral display, arranged by j H F. Stanley, was another delight Bud novel entertainment which 1 Him ?! financial success. j I Hie F.ed Cross Shop, under the ^Mgenient of Mrs. Hardiman and ^tilling helpers, was responsible - Hi 5(1 '18/8 making a total of 1 5 2 since its Inception. After teas at the shop brought in £61 an index to the unselfish devo those who have so regularly ^Bided to that sphere; and let us ^^?loiget those who have supplied ^?wh...

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