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Letters to the Editor The Protected Possum PRESERVE IT FROM EXTINCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

letters to the Editor (The Protected 'Possum PRESERVE it from ' extinction I o r —Mr. Baddeley, the Chief Sec t t-v ssferns to have excited the dis of some members of the ndhui i Shire Council by his de Irminatlon to protect the homely 'possum from extinction. But the . s^rretary needn't worry about he Councillors' anger, for lie has the 'port of the great majority of ine *£ple, who are perturbed by the estruction that has been wrought mong protected animals. jTo one can be expected to like or derate the damage that protected nimals sometimes do. But there is j, easy remedy. The writer was an 0yed some time ago by a few 'pos urns breaking the new shoots on or iental trees. They no longer do so. In moat cases, permission to de troy protected animals is sought to liable the skins to be sold. For this -ason, I hope that the Chief Secre iry will be more sparing in granting ermission than he has been in the I ast. In fact, if absolutely no per. I lission was granted for five years, I 0 o...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Modern Child [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Modern Child This story is vouched for by a well-known resident of BaUmrst: . . His two-year-old son went jnr . J to a tantrum over the, breakfast , r ^ table regarding the eating of- , .t| l'our prunes. - The father ehided him, sav-vi^^yl ing, 'Now, sMi, if you don't want ^$'S'^J to eat the prunes, leave them, ? but it is very naughty of you to j fly into a temper over them. M Now you go into the next room. |I and ask God's forgiveness for los. , ing your temper.' 'iS The boy departed from , tiie ;-'|i ~ table, and at the same time a thiBukw -storm that had been . j brewing broke. .The parent^ § thinking that the thunderstorm '| might be interpreted by' 'tiiip | child's imSnd as a manifestation | of -God's wrath and .would have | a frightening effect oil the younjg- | ster, thought it best to go and $|$- comfort him. Entering the room where the /(|! jcjiild was making his atonement; ||| - they saw him percJied at the wfn- ' dow looking out at the skies and', saying coaxingly, 'Now ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

AUSSIE Pictures Lyndhurst Saturday, August 12th -Maomurrayn Paulette Goddard, Lymne Overman in: 'FOREST RANGER' IT'S m COLOR! --'p|Or®0 ®anders afc best *Ji: The Falcon's Brother' so a Robert Beaichley Short and Three Other Shorts. J4R6E PINEAPPLES ^ P®r big 1| bushel case. Add freight, 6/4 case. ? 'hild, Wamuran, Q'land.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

*f l'ii 'Ml ' l R'i T. G. STAMMERS auctioneer \ | STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAR Sales conducted in Any Part of tbr District Agent For: — Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. j, Insurance Company ?' . | DOMO SEPARATORS W|

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

II WHERE TO BUY THE I 'CHRONICLE' ItHE CHRONICLE' is cn sale ar the Blowing Newsagents: K MRS- HHALY, Blayney. I W. CLARK. Carcoai. | r J. LEABEATER. Lyndhtirsc. I vi'rS. ROSSER, Blayney. I V c. AMOS. Milltborpe. I r :-I. BUCKLEY. Mandurama. MAY 8 DEVENISH. Neville. W. H. HILL, Woodstock. I ? v. P* COLLINS. Newbridge. ? NU. v' PLACE YOUR ORDER, as 'wiT'.'.-t restrictions necessitate a r . J. I', r LIMIT ON THE NUMBER ' ' : XTRAS PRINTED.

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BARRY PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

J BARRY 9 PERSONALS I Mrs. Fardell has returned home ter spending an enjoyable holiday Sydney. Mr. J. B. Clancy, of Bathurst rail ay staff, is home on sick leave. * * * Mr. Horace Cheney, who . has been . forking in Sydney for some years, is olidaying here with his wife and ' HARES SHOT. le hundred hares were ? -. .. recent drive organised by Vc ters on 'behalf of Red VIN WANTED. *-.?:- v\ ? sts experienced recently ii;ying out the moisture. ?5 be appreciated. - i ? ' -.i s AT BARRY SCHOOL. : are the results of the — - - 1 le-ib . conducted by the Barry 'V ' iJiiiirg July: '? v-; 7 : B. Dover and J. Hilde ?? -«Ml equal). --s 0: li. Toohey 1, J. Masters 2. D lass 5: T. Roach and D. Chapman ? !. M. Masters 2, C. Kable 3. B. Hoadley 4. Uass 4: a. Howard 1, S. Jones 2, M. Jones 3. ^ 3: K. Chapman 1, S. Hoad ley 2, T. Masters 3. '-'ass 2: n. Kable 1, G Graham 2, t** Stonestreet 3, T. Koach 4, A. ** o.iafa^le 5» F- Kable 6. Jor^s ®Par^e ^ G. Clancy 1, R. Roach 2, Cheney 3.

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B. COLE ELECTED PRESIDENT AND S. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Ib B. COLE -ELECTED PRESIDENT I and s. association |\lr. Bert Cole (Molong) has wen re-elected General Presi Icnl of the Farmers and Sett, ers' Association. i.t the annual conference just d, the following executive was :ted for the ensuing year: Pres it, Mr- B. Cole (Molong); vice. Ilsidents, Messrs. T. E. Kendall Inlbrook), J. M. Smith (Urana), G. ?Roper (Binnaway), A. E. Cosh. M. fcsell, A. E. Budd (Murwillumbah), I H. Drummond, M.L.A. (Glen In ft-, E. Field (Forbes), H. S. Hen I (CoWra), E. T. Kendall (Lock It), E. G. Hoy (Tomingley), T. Earwood (Narromine), C. O. Wat I. J. Doyle (Yenda). R. A. O'Neill ferrigan) ; treasurer, Mr. H. K. phe only new members are Mr.^L. Drummond, M.L.A., who defeated A, Heath, of Curlewis, as north | district representative, and Mr. [A, O'Neill, who replaces Mr. W. iScilley, of Corobimilla- j Indlgnatioai was expressed at | tie discrimination shown be. j tveen the city and country in | mi ting the amount spent on ountry to £450, while £860 was bowed ...

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RIGHT WAY TO CUT FOWL'S WING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

RIGHT WAY TO CUT FOWL'S WING Many poultry farmers make a practice of cutting the wings of breeding stock to prevent the birds flying from one pen tn another. Often the mistake is made of cutting ail the feathers, which not only causes an unsightly appearance, but reduces the' protection against the weather on the side where the wing is cut. The most satisfactory way is to cut put the centre feathers of one wing, leav ing at least three or four feathers both on the outside and inside. This renders the cut almost unnoticeable when the wing is folded up, and ?. c as effective as cutting all the feathers. It should be underwood that when the: ? bird's wing is cut, ri,- feathers will not1 grow again until the i ov nj season, and , if for any reason it r i o have the' feathers grow again, -J be ne'ces sary to pull the mo' ? .'hey would be renewed in abou* ? e-*ks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

I C ADVERTISEMENT J |1| FOOLED AGAIN! { J Referendum Proposals Will Not Give -}! j Organised Marketing Primary producers who look for 'organised marketing' as a result of the Referendum ^should H remember that Dr. Evatt himself has said no such system is possible on an Australia-wide ^ basis while Section 92 of the Constitution remains unaltered. f ? ' j|I In the Handbook prepared by him for the Constitutional Convention in November. 1942. ^ dtl Dr. Evatt said : m 'Section 92 effectively limits the marketing and price-fixing powers of the ' '|| Commonwealth in time of peace.' x I 'Some provision is obviously necessary to free the Parliament from the restrictions : imposed by Section 92, which stands as a perpetual menace to any scheme of com - . pulsory marketing o[ primary products? - -!|| In spite of this emphatic statement, Dr. Evatt's Referendum does v nothing to amend Section 92, so the 'Perpetual Menace' remains. j|» The producer is being sold a socialistic pup. i - ^1 Produce...

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MANDURAMA STOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

MANDURAMA STOCK j At Homebush, last Thursday, Winchcombe Carson's sales included: W. A. Dunhill, Mandurama, 2 cows £18/19/, 8 steers to £13/14/. avg. £12/12/1, 63 wethers to 26/4, aVg. 25/6, 85 ewes to 22/8, avg. 20/5; W. Dunhill, Mandurama, 3 steers £11 6/, 39 wethers 22/4, 101 ewes 20/5; E. A. Haley, Wimbledon, 81 xbred lambs to 28/3, avg. 26/5, 137 weth ers to 25/7, avg. 24/4.

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BATHURST REACTION TO [?] ELECTRICITY [?] Embrace Bathurst, Oran[?] Molong, Blayney, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

BATHURST I REACTION I TO MQyl ELECTRICITY GR0tlJpI Embrace Bathurst, Oran J Molong, Blayney, Etc. Lyndhurst Shire's move to wn I brace Central Western fcovvn.s m. I chiding Blayney, Molong, (jar' ? coar, Millthorpe, Cumnock, ? daJ, Manildra, and Yeoval, as weii I as Bathurst and Orange, into one I electricity group is being con.^ I eiw vy uliicx vvuuvuo, In a letter to last meeting of Batl urst City Council, Lyndhurst Shir Council inquired whether Bathur- Council was prepared to appoint deli gates to attend a conference to di- cuss the possibilities of the const tution of a county district to en brace the city of Bathurst, the nu nicipalities of Orange and Molong and adjoining shires, for the pUr pose of controlling the sale of elec tricity. with a view to retailing at ; common price on existing supp]jej and proposed new rural ijne throughout the county district The fixing of a common price T r\rkin + £kS? nut ^ ij^iiuuuiou ^UUIU t)( made possible only by either increas ing the char...

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HAS VALUE FOR POLITICIANS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

HAS VALUE FOR I POLITICIANS It would appear that poli ticians for far to long have been elected to parliament to represent poverty, not to abol ish it. Abolish poverty and the politician loses the carrot to dangle before the elector's nose — the carrot with the label 'better standard of living' attached to it. — Anon.

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Delay In Getting "New World" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Delay In Getting 'New World' uo n-c expect a marvellous world ..lumber of labor-saving '...lately after the war, - -±,is cautioned at a 'fact o-\ne Industrial Marketers jX iveiv Jersey at the Essex House. Dr. Frank K. Schofield, technical superintendent of tne cnexmuai inv asion of the B. F. Goodrich Company, Akron. Ohio, warned that the 'nation should guard itself against pipe dreams oi Aladdin-like advances im mediately following the cessation of hostilities' 'If people are unable to use elec tronics instead of hired girls to run their kitchens for a few months after the war. no great harm will be done,' he said. 'Instead, we should be main ly concerned with constructive plann ing concerning employment and UKe ; problems.' D. D. Knowles, manager of elec tronics engineering for the West inghouse Lainp Division, Bloomfield, said: 'Except in radio and television ana an application such as precipitation of dirt from the air, the general pub lic won't see electronics at work to any app...

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WAR PRISONERS ESCAPE AT COWRA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

WAR PRISONERS ESCAPE AT COWRA , An undisclosed number of prisoners of war escaped from a prisoner of war camp near Cowra at 2 a.m. on Saturday. Armed soldiers and civilian police have retaken J ail tne escapees. Australian guards prevented some prisoners from escaping, but others made a quick get away. , . ii ,M. The Army authorities have reported that the matter is well in hand. The manhunt went on throughout Saturday and Sunday, a large force o troops, police and civilians scouring the countryside. Police from Bathurst and other towns were called in to help capture the es capees. some of whom did not penetrate more than five miles from Cowra. The Prime Minister (Mr. Curtin) and the Army Minister (Mr. Forde) | were notified as soon as possible after the prisoners had broken out. Some of the prisoners were found in 6heds on nearby farms. In some cases they were found by occupants of the farms, and a number of them asked for food while the authorities were being notified. Armed guard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

j J? Brady, Carcoar j 1 1 Licensed Auctioneer; Stock and Property Salesman | | and Estate Agent i'| Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator, J I! DISTRICT AGENT FOR: I ? COLONIAL MUTUAL Fttffi INSURANCE CO. LtD. g (All Classes of Insurance). R ? WILCOX. MOFFLIN, LTD.: Famour 'Tri-Kos' Drenches and cks on Hand). GEDYE & MALLOCH LTD. is Farm Machinery). 'CYCLONE' FENCING AND GATES. K5INEERING COY. LTD. :hinery and Duplicates). BRADY, Licensed Agent o* No. 2: 'Phone ft CARCOAR *F £150 will bfe paid to the person or persons giving -n that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL 2P from 'Coombing Park.' 3P £50 will, be paid for information leading to tttf of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Net ^oombing Park.'* JND TRESPASSING, Shooting, Rabbiting or Fishing ►ing Park,' will be prosecuted without resofcnt. to pet. NEY PASTORAL COMPANY LIMITED Shire of Lyndhurst LIST OF ELECTORS A TTENTIOTv is drawn' to the fact that in transcribing names from the Federal and...

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Might Form Vegetable Co-Op. Society EMBRACE BLAYNEY AND MILLTHORPE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

I Might Form Vegetable Co-Op. Society EMBRACE BLAYNEY AND MILLTHORPE The possibility of forming a district co operative society of vegetable growers, preferably on the lines of the Orange Produ cers' Go-operative Society, will be discussed at a meeting to be called by Bathurst District Veg etable Growers' Association 311U1 wj ? District fruit and vegetable grow ers and representatives of the or ganisations from Rockley, Blayney. Millthorpe. Oberon, and the Orange society are to be invited to the meeting, the date for which has not yet been fixed. The decision to call the meeting was made at last meeting of the a sociation at which the advantages of j a co-operative society for growers was discussed. The association received an appeal from the Millthorpe District Vege table Growers' Association for sup- , port in the formation of a western district council of vegetable growers. Delegates from Millthorpe attend ed the meeting and explained the purpose of the council to the grow ers. I...

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Mandhurama Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Mandurama Personals r Pte. Mervyn Carney, son of the late Mr. H. Carney and Mrs. M. Car ney, is spending home ? leave with ' his mother, relatives and friends. Pte, Carney lias not been enjoying the best of health. CnAMi^inn1 laoirn nn'th kio fn f Vior 'Wr I c vt ii.il iiio lauivi, aiai, Alf. Willard, is Pte- Bill Willard, who has just returned from overseas. Bill is accompanied by his mother and friend. Miss Lola Wicks, of Kempsey. Mr. and Mrs. R. Burke and son, whq have been staying with rela tives and friends, returned to Wer ris Creek, on Monday night last.

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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Hir — ~ ~ ? : ? : ? ; ? CARCOAR I TOWN TALK I:; Mr. Jack Williams, of the C.C.C., is at present spending: leave with W/. hite wife and family. b' A visitor to Sydney is Mr- A, I; .Hamilton where he is receiving medi - cal attention. fMiss May Stammers, of the De partment of Public Health, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Stammers^ ^ Spending leave with Mr. and Mrs. E Brock, at the Post Office, Car coar, is Pte. J. and Mrs- Brock. Mrfe. W. J. Walton was a visitor to Sydney to attend the wedding of her son, Don. ?i )J - * * * , w Mrs. T. Stammers is at present r j. confined to her bed with an attack - ' of 'flu. ,1 * ' » * - Miss A. Saunders, of Mosman, is : /| ;i visiting Carcoar as the guest of f|| - Mrs- F. Moore. Both are at present ? ii ' with Mr. and Mrs. W. Turner. 'I j ' * * * r v|' f* Mns. C. W. Clark, of the telephone : t exchange, Bathurst, is spending an. ? i| , fcual holidays at Carcoar. sAv . _ ' „- * * (fjM&f. LAC Jarrety, of the RAAF, is at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

- ?) ^ . - K/i (ADVERTISEMENT) ? V : r -te THE REFERENDUM EMMiS /! No. 5 f -lj Whit ot 'Full Employment'! id Let us look at this idea of guaranteed' full employ- %jf ment — in itself a most desirable objective. Campaigning , for a 'Yes' vote, Ministers are promising full employ ment — without industrial conscription. But here are a few 'pre-campaign' promises— or are ' they threats? DR.EVATT: The Australian peopfe must forego the right of the ... IjjjgJ individual to choose his own occupation. ( . ? ? 'Jsi DR. C00MB8 (Director of Post-vrar Reconstruction): The principle upon which a full employment economy can be built is the re- - . '^ajj placement of individual decisiona by social decisions. -'^3| PROFESSOR COPLAND (Government?! Economic Adviser): The .-.(iftfflj ideal economic society now normally Involves some sort of eon- trolled economy. ?' *J. .vM-SMM _ Could there be stronger evidence why the Government ^ ' insists on a blanket power called 'employment and uneni-- . y® ploym...

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American Praise For Scientists [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

American Praise For Scientists i _ ? (By Mr. MoKeU, MX A., Premier I of N.S.W.) if | Recently the Government receiv. a communication from Professor 1 w. h. Weston, of Harvard Univers : ity, who is consultant to the Quar. torinaster-General of the United '£ Slates Army Forces, expressing high praise for three Australian scientists ||i who solved the problem of the rapid s- ue l K^rojLa. ux iiuuuii y £-lui trs anu If equipment in tropical operational I* areas. ? These scientists were Dr. C. J. P. j Magee, Acting Chief Biologist of ? our own State Department of Agri- j | . .culture, Mr. C. T. Hansen, cncmist j , of the Munitions Supply Laboiatoiy. j 11' 't.JMielbourne, and Flight Lieut. C. Kerr ? Grant, 'RAA.F. Led by Brig. AV. D j Kg, Chapman, Chief Superintendent. ci: i I v Design of the Australian Army, they 1 carried out a survey and indicatf-c: a P successful method of attack. ^ N itf . Professor Weston said: 'Yo:- and | dthers in Australia were way ahead ?! of ?us to your far-sig...

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