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THOSE WESTERN POLICE H.Q. Parkes, Orange, Bathurst Or Lithgow! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

THOSE WESTERN POLICE H.Q. Parkes, Orange, Bathurst — Or Lithgow! A meeting called by the Mayor of Orange (Dr. Matthews) to consider the proposal to transfer the Western Police Headquarters from Orange to Parkes, attract ed a large attendance. After the matter had been fully discussed bv citizens, it was decided to submit an emphatic protest against the removal to the proper authorities. Commenting on the transfer, Lith gow 'Mercury' says: 'Recently western police headquarters, which used to be in BatJijirst, _'W£ere trans ferred from Parked to Orrangte. How ever, former Lithgowite, Edgar Dring, M.L.A.. got busy and the Premier decided that when the new superintendent was appointed he would live at Parkes. This has an noyed Orange, which claims its cen tre as the hub of the Central West, and a meeting was held to 'bring pressure on the Premier,' seeing that the Police Commissioner is said to favor the larger centre. To save aV. heartburnings, why not transfer I headquarters to Lithgo...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Jeep For Farm [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Jeep For Farm fir ? 4 , ? K' i -.Touring tests conducted by ? I, ! the U.S. Department of Agri- \ i « culture at an experimental , l'; :!? farm in Auburn (Alabama), ? IS a the jeep proved itself an effect- , ffi 1 farm vehicle. The Depart- i £? I fflentto report characterise the ? 1 as 'highly useful in , W . - ? ploughing, harrowing and other i p. j .field work.' i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gallymont Personal Pars [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Gallymont Personal Pars . ilrs. E. Fuller, who recently under, j ? . Went an appendix operation at Car ?Jl » coar, has returned to her home at ? .'Arowea.' .SI,!' On leave from service in the ixorxn, IjAO uevenisn was a visitor jf to the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. jp Bright during the week. !?' Mr. J. Carney, one of Gallymont's I; oldest residents, has been slightly indisposed of late. We trust he will p j . soon be around again. , ??'V' . f; Contra^ to expectations, July de ? \ Par':e-^ without the usual wintry con ditions, the month on the whole be fing 'bright aiufmild. Much to be re I gretted is the fact that needed rains /did not eventuate, the registration for the period being 196 points in ten falls. In the opinion of some men on the land, good spring rains will ; be sufficient to save the situation in - these areas. ? ? ? ? . . . -* According to Mr. K. J. Molloy, one Gallymont landowner, this winter has ji? been remarkable in the fact that li stock have not only held condition,...

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

? ? ? — ? — ? ? ? their The Sheep May Cut ^ «»» i the . well or otherwise in accordance with seasonal conditions. Shearing ircumst may be earlier or later than usual. Various factors can influence ud beei it. But whether the clip is light or heavy, is shorn on time or noi. ry 18 the words helow provide advice which is 'as good as gold' — 6.000 ? ? iav-shcc [cstroyc / w?oOL a Winchcombe, Carson iv? (WINCHCOMBE Br'k'T!' ,M J' \ fm |-«iau J Winrlicombe House, Bridge Street, *n- Sydney. Branches — Newcastle. Yass. ^orse Onuise. Forbes. Bourke. Arinidale. leve ? ' ? regrei ? ' ? ? been ' Dirt. The Science of being 1 1 il 'BROKE' rba only dhMndi yea get from spand-as-joa-go an down-trodden heels aod fr«y*d twmw enb. ThriH nay b« an old-fashioned virtue, but it still keeps ? bib (« a woman) 'on top of the woild'. By the simple fares*- \ br meat oi mo a few ?hilling* a week in a Commonwealth Savings Bank account yea can Eft yourself oat of the rut and put yoonelf in a ' position 1 ls reF to...

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

| AM. Collins l LICENSED STOCK AND STATION 1; AGENT. §?; /' Agency for Unit ? nsnramce Co. f ?' PHONE: NEVILLE 3- f, : CAM REED & SON (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental Masons. | Adelaide Street. Blayney. ; f 'Phone 60. , Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. Local Representative: . - Mr, Arthur Higgs t y. 'PHONE: CARCOAR '3. I Cook Bros | BLAYNEY !? ' ~ ' X ANNOUNCE that they have been ap pointed by the Agricultural Depart j ment as ; SOLE AGENTS 2N THE CARCOAR DISTRICT for receival of all Vegetable! grown under contract with the Commonwealth Govern* 1 ment. Also Sole Agents for recelval of - locally grown Potatoes under the Government contract scheme. FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIED ON APPLICATION. £50 REWARD above reward will be paid for HH^^^n^p^ition leading to the convic person or persons dama netting fenciug, interfer or netting gates or removing wire from any on 'SUNNY RIDGE ' ?? . K. J PAGAN, Mandurama. for the pro Neve and Co., N.S.W

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"NUMSKULLS," CLAIMS WRITER: THE CHILDREN OF AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

' NUMSKULLS,' CLAIMS WRITER : THE CHILDREN OF AUSTRALIA Florence M. Taylor believes in bitting out. Under the title, 'Aus- ' tralians — A Mediocre People (By Act of Parliament;.' she says some hard things in an article in the Aus tralasian Engineer. For instance: 'Australian Children Trained as Sluggards — God has given m.in pnprov inH rlpm.inds that he uses it freely. Physical wealth is produced by converting available energy into use j to give scrvice to mankind. Only de- j gradation comes from converting that | enerev into uselessness bv idling the i hours away. Yet - we find that children as they leave school, fired with enthu siasm to go forth and achieve, have their energy curtailed on the very threshhold of life, for, as soon as they start work, they are informed that their output is not to exceed that of the slowest work ers- There are exceptions of course. The progress that each youth shall make is worked out to a schedule in yearly stages . . . Beyond that stage he must no...

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Blayney Grazier Is Squadron "Poobah" "HAVING A LOT[?] FUN" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Blayney Grazic. Is Squadron 'Poobah' 'HAVING A LOT HUN' 'Poobab' of a Hurricane squadron operating on the Burma front is an Australian, Flying Officer Colin C. Betts. a grazier, of Blayney. Not only is he deputy ught comman j ? i.. » — .1 ? UC1 UUl ik Id auu UJt. Allilin d uaii' dresser, bar secretary, aircrew dispersal messing secretary, sports otn.er, squad ron representative of the Australian Comforts Fund, and is expert in men ding or making watch straps, para chute bags, and shoes. This is revealed in a Department cf Air Bulletin just released. An associate ot Betts is riymg vji ficer James Turner, motor salesman, of Rose Bay, and a former racing motorist. For nearly two years tbev have served together on this squadron in India and Ceylon, and before that they flew Spitfires in England and the Middle East. Their squadron reccntiy established a world's record in firing eight and a' half tons of 9-oz ammunition against the Japanese, and as Betts rcccmly re- ! marked. 'We are havi...

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Millthorpe [?] of Dr. T. P. Connelly [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Millthorpe   Death of Dr. T. P. Connelly The death of Dr. Tom Paddy Con-   nelly, of Toowoomba, has been an- nounced. The late Dr. Connelly was a native of Forest Reefs and received his education at St. Stanislaus' Col- lege, Bathurst, where he was a class- mate of the ever green Denny Noonan. * * *   PATRIOTIC COMMITTEE To date this year the Millthorpe ajich of the Patriotic Fund has ised just over £640 for the Com rts Fund. Added to the handsome suit of the work of the Millthorpe ed Cross branch, the town and o.iS ict have every reason to be proud their war effort.

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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

BLAYNEY TOWN TALK Mr. Norm Brown, of Blayney postal staff, has been relieving for the past week at Rylstone. During his absence, £ uaCa?CJ Tat Blayney has been filled by Mr. M. Londrigan, of Bathurst. * * * Mr. Jim Moloney, our local chemist, returned on Saturday last after a month's holiday in Sydney. He reports having had a most enjoyable vacation, and judging on looks, has benefited greatly in health from the short respite. * * * Pte. Athol Parker, of Hobby's Yards, who has been spending leave in Blayney district for several days, return ed to his unit at the latter portion of last week. He is located at a southern camp, and is a member of the Garrison Band there. Prior to his enlistment Athol was a player in Blayney Band, and previously in the District Band at Bathurst, being an Eb bass player. * * * I Mr. M. Moran, who has been in charge of Blayney Pharmacy for the past month, during Mr. Moloney's ab sence, returned to the city at the week end. * * * Miss Annie ('Sis') O'Malley...

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Recipes for the Wartime Kitchen [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

Recipes for the Wartime Kitchen Biscuits are often called upon to fill the gap when we cater for afternoon teas or suppers. Because °f this, home-made biscuits have become very popular in recent years. Here are 4 few recipes: DUNDEE BISCUITS Six ounces self-raising flour, 2oz. butter, 2oz. sugar, yolk 1 egg, little milk, 2oz. currants, warm icing. Sift the flour, rub in butter, and add the sugar and currants. Make into a dry dough with the beaten yolk and milk. Turn on to floured board. Roll into square and lay carefully in a well greased Swiss roll tin. Mark into fin- j gers witn Dack. ot Knue, or cut out witn plain cutter. Bake in a slow oven until a pale straw color. Cut into marked fingers. Leave in tin until cold. Ice | each finger with pink warm icing and store in tin. COCOANUT MACAROONS To each white of egg allow 2oz. sugar, 3oz. cocoanut, vanilla. Beat the white of egg well. Add the sugar slowly. Then beat well. Add cocuanut and mix evenly. Put in small heaps on well-greased...

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Still Cutting Car Tyres SLAG ON LYNDHURST SHIRE ROADS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

Still Cutting Car Tyres SLAG ON LYNDHURST SHIRE ROADS Slag used by the Main Roads Department on the State Highway through Lyndhurst Shire is still causing considerable damage to motor cat tyres. Cr. W. Burns at a recent meeting re ferred to this matter. He said Blayney siag, wnich was highly silicious, had been used at the wrong time of the year, and he was successful with a mo tion that the Department be asked to see that re-sealing with this slag was done' riot later than mid-summer. At the August meeting, the Divisional Engineer (Parkes) replied to Council's representations concerning resealing of State Highway No. 6,. The circum stances which obtained at the time were explained. The Department's object, it was stated, was to co-operate and assist Council in any way possible, but it would be realised that any effects re sulting from the resealing having been done somewhat late in the season did I not result from any action or want of | action by the Department. Council's request ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

AUSSIE Pictures ' LYNDHURST SATURDAY, AUG. 19 SLLE BALL in— SEVEN DAYS' LEAVE' (Remember, it's a runner-up to 'Fleet's In') [hd * ALSO ' .^LONG CASSIDY in— . three men from TEXAS' Four Shorts PINEAPPLES per big 1| bnsiiel case. Add ^ freight, 6/4 case. ' 'hild, Wamuran, Q'land. 'ADVERTISEMENT SMlc1 puUUp * ★ If you sign you give away your natural right to your own way of life. You be come an index-number in - a bureaucrat's file. ★ You place yourself in peace time under the controls you have endured in WSII** ★ You endanger your right to run your own , business, own !f% ♦enpo ^ ***» your own farm, or choose f your own job. You can be -? man-powered for good. * You put tremendous but un- . I specified powers into the hands of a central authority j at Canberra, with an ever- 1 growing army of academic 1 regimenters living on the 1 iob' ; M Your Soldier is fighting | for freedom. Don't YOU sign it away in' hks absence! ; Put your 1 MO in the Bottom Sqpif | *;;®| Authorised by John Hedg...

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LAYNEY TOO GOOD FOR NORTH BATHURST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

ILAYNEY TOO GOOD FOR NORTH BATHURST \ Blayney team defeated North Bath i. juniors 7-3 in a junior match at Bathurst Sportsground on Sunday, c game was interesting and the teams n. S. Gibson, who scored Blayney's onlf was the star turn of the match. Chapman kicked two goals for the nners. T. Mugridge' scored Norfh tliurst's try.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

(ADVERTISEMENT) THE REFERENDUM EXPLAINED Producers And Organised Marketing Producers are being urged to vote 'Yes' under promise that if the Referendum is carried organised marketing of primary products will follow. If that were so the proposals would merit support. . The portion of the Constitution which governs marketing is the much-contested Section 92, 'which says that commerce between the States shall be 'absolutely free.' The now famous James case, which went ultimately to the Privy Council, established that the Commonwealth had no power of organised marketing, and the consequent chaos among Australian prune-growers and others led the Commonwealth Government in 1937 to ask for an amend ment of the Constitution that would give the requisite power beyond doubt. It was the organised Labor vote which defeated that Referendum and denied the producers the benefits which orderly internal marketing would confer. Now a Labor Government comes to the producers and asks for their support ...

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Mandurama Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

Mamdnraina ] Personals tir. Roy Eldridge, of the C.C.C., has been home for his annual holi returned to his duties on Monday t last. * * * t etective Ray Perry and his two Iigniers, or nuuurn, reiurnea 10 men lie on Sunday night last after spend the week-end with Mrs. E. Perry.. * * * The H^'.l Ball which is to take place Friday night next, promises to be a st attractive function.

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CARCOAR WOMEN'S GUILD Centenary of St. Paul's Discussed [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

CARCOAR WOMEN'S GUILD Centenary of St. Paul's Discussed The monthly meeting of the Women's Guild was held at St. Paul's Rectory, Carcoar, on August 2,. Present were: Mesdanjes L. Cassidy, T. Hargans, Johnson, Read, Handcock, Done, Hope, Angel, Patrick and Pearce. The Rector presided. Arrangement^ for supplying the church with new kneelers, were completed, and the women will be glad to receive gifts of scrap raw wool for filling the kneel ers. The approaching centenary of the lay ing of the foundation stone of St. Paul's Church was discussed, and it was decided to launch an effort to put fitting and permanent iron and concrete around the church to mark the occasion. The foundation stone of this historic church, the second to be built this side of the mountains,, was laid on January 27, 1845, by Bishop Broughton. The licence was granted in April 1848. and the church was consecrated on December 6, 1849. The Rectory was also built at this period. j The restoration to the Metropolitan I ...

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Approved By Council RABBIT-PROOF GATE ON CARCOAR ROAD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

approved By Council I babbit-proof gate on CARCOAR ROAD I R. Hopkirj. Errowan . ; ; /'.i-i Jst meet ' \l' -.-? } vr..-:hurf. S'Mfr Council ' ? ;;oi- ;o put 3 ?..''bbit-proof V,./,. OrcoM-Pvc^s Creek j1.'.],, c. .;*? wi^rn boundary, nine it'--' lucre iwa oeen & t,--- at tnis spot r more than 40 years, until he removed some years ago, Mr. Hopkins said. s reason for the application was that was impossible to get sufficient fenc j materials to net the lanes there, and e great increase in the number of rab s that came down the road. Previously he did not have' any iublc. Now it took one man working nost continuously to cope with the nation, Mr. Hopkins stated. As soon he could fence the lane he would re )vc the gate, as he had no wish to kc it a permanency. There were two )cr gates on the road between Errow jang and Orange, and he had heard complaint concerning them from peo iravclling the road. Cr. Burns said he supported the re cst. ][ was stated that the gate would be ,r the s...

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FIRST VICTORY LOAN Carcoar's Effort [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

FIRST VICTORY LOAN Carcoar's Effort Carcoar subscribed £2,360 to wards the First Victory Loan. There were 38 subscribers, the per capita contribution being £4/5/10.

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Council Wants To Buy [?] Bulldozer "DO PRACTICALLY It ANYTHING" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

Council Wants To Buy pM ? _ ? Bulldozer I 'DO PRACTICALLY la ANYTHING' ? A bulldoAci- will he H way about ! vnsbi:.:,' Sh-j after the theit way. ' S ' It was daii .c :' . ; - , H bulldozer wou„: S { thing,' and would be a neu«u, H. ? - -C 1 nnn\ '? Discussion arose following the A ing of a letter concerning the disnoB of surplus Commonwealth assets-liBs no bulldozer was listed'. , President J„ A. Innes inquired of pH; gineer Gerty whether he wanted to hflc back 'Big Bertha' — the Britstand n0l!H[s grader taken by the authorities. Mr. Gerty: No — we could do bctB- than that. Hp Then Cr. Amos introduced tlv dozer to the discussion. H | A bulldozer, he claimed, would do B' manner of jobs. It would push or pAt down trees, clear rocks, grade and pUtWn crown on roads and plough up 3 {.Hi ot gravel in a uav. h cor Cr. J. M. Hood: We should trv I tr postpone other purchases in order t^HCr. we can buy a bulldozer immediately 0l»r. becomes available. We must keep flit 1 well in mind until we ...

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Raw Deal For Country COUNCIL PROTEST ON HOUSING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

Raw Deal For Country COUNCIL PROTEST ON HOUSING The Government is giving the country a raw deal in comparison with the city, it was claimed at the August meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council. Cr. J. M. Hood expressed indigna- j tion that a limitation of £450 had been placed on country homes, whereas £800 was allowed in the city. It was not fair, and the Council should enter an emphatic protest. President J. A. Innes: We hear a'il the talk in the world about efforts being made to equalise the amenities in city and country, and then we hear of things like this ! Cr. A. Amos: Protests are being made by other bodies. Cr. Hood moved, Cr. Amos seconded, and it was carried, that a protest be lodged.

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