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CARCOAR HOSPITAL AUXILIARY Thanks Extended To Mr. And Mrs. Livermore [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

CARCOAR HOSPITAL AUXILIARY Thanks Extended To Mr. And Mrs. Livermore Carcoar Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary took the opportunity on Thursday last of wishing Mr. and Mrs. Liver more every happiness and success in their new home. TV/T»»e TrtVir-eftn nn holiolf nf f Vl A Auxiliary, Red Cross and Comforts Fund, presented Mrs- Livermore with, a posy and thanked them for their work at Carcoar. Their services were always available for any effort. Mr. Livermore, responding, asked as a special favor that the lad'.es of Carcoar keep up their good work and help the new secretary of the Hospital in every possible way. It mattered little whetheu they liked the Secretary, Matron or Board of the Hospital, their work as an aux iliary was far bigger than personal likes and dislikes, and their thank? would always come from grateful patients and those havyig need t.o avail themselves of hospital services. Mr. Livermore. who was secretary of Carcoar Hospital for some time, has accepted a similar position a...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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DEPUTATION TO GO TO SYDNEY Electricity Line From Blayney To Newbridge Wanted [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

(DEPUTATION TO GO TO SYDNEY electricity Line From Blayney To Newbridge Wanted I An electricty line to serve Newbridge and inter - tervening areas from Blayney is wanted by Lyndhurst Shire Council. Council at last meeting authorised the President (Cr. J. A. Innesl and Shir#» fiWir /Mr a riniiinsr^ +n 'W * t , I ? ? ' — * w ^ W ? VUlUillUlU ^ uv im ? ^Slt S7dne7 a view to securing a subsidy for the nail extension. It was claimed that quite a number of vege ns H table growers would be serviced by such a line. latfl Discussion arose when it was re as Borted that Messrs. R. N'. Eason am B. Luck desired to have the propoie- __Bne to Messrs. Skene's and W. A Blood's properties on the ' Blayney B'ewbridge road extended to thei: v Barms. Ifl Mr. R. N. Eason, Hill. street, Blay 'Bey, wrote: B 'I see by the report of last meet Big' that the Council is considering Bipplying Mr. W. A. Hood with elec Bic power. I am installing an irri. Bition plant on my property this n Bason, and would like the ...

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Peas Without Rain[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

| Peas Without That peas can successfully H without rain from sowing to was shown at Port Macquarie ™ ''''M It was, however, an instance , LCntl)M tionally good farming, and far from' the haphazard methods rlm°Ve^B in many districts. ' The crop in question — an a,,', {1- H acres of Massey — was crown ,,n 7 '^1 ? ? ? u- l . , a couiiLry iiitv wuiii] a neavy tr-, vetches had been ploughed. [ was broken to a fine tilth .n, .K cultivation, and the jJeas sow,- r 3cwt. of No. 8 manure in sin with the usual spacing. The time of harvesting was weed -fr', °P ,fl sequent upon reqular rcuffl'p estimated yield -.js bushels .per at.,:. Chief poin.t ' ic I were deep plou-. 'v:n£, manuring, ai'.i jiriici;.-. vation of m b; . row cultivate -

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Lyndhurst News [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

Lyndhurst News Pte. B. Byrnes is at present spend ing leave with his mother at their home. 'Essen ' * * * Guests at 'Fairview.' the home of Mr. and, Mrs. A. Emms, were Mrs. Ridley and her son Alan, from Carl ton; sister *. Jtumms, oi i-amgow; and Driver A. Ridley, on leave from New Guinea. The visitors were pleased -to find Mr. and Mrs. Emms's health improved. * * * Visiting here as the guests of . Mr. and Mjs. Whitby are Mr. and Mrs. Burn and family, of Newcastle. * , * * Cpl. W. Neil arrived here this week from West Australia to spend leave with his parents Mr end Mrs F. Neil. * * * T.A r- T?o„ T-\ ? J_ _ ? , ±wiy j-/ieiuy spent tne week-end at Garland with his par-, ents, Mr. and Mis. J Dradv * * * ££lss V. Hudson is among the num erous visitors to the town and is the guest of her friend, Mr- D. Howard. * * * Alan Smith is at present off duty, suffering a ^severe attack of lumbago. Mr, and Mrs. J. Talbot and family of Re-gent's Park, are at present spending a holiday at 'Caraki.'...

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Prepare Now To Combat Bush Fires [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

Prepare Now To Combat Bush Fires (By the Hon. J. M. Baddeley, M-L.A.) In Southern England tod5j*\ flying bomb spreads death St In futile attempts to impair the national effort, l^es and property a ^ being ruthlessly T, \r„ methods of interception and otn -i de-. vices are being practised it is t cog nised that prevention— by the de struction of their factories ana launching stages— is the effec - answer; and, we observe, it is being supplied. That is just the approach wl.ic; must be made to the problem of ousr. fires, which last year spread such de struction m Australia. Prevent them by attacking the scourge at its source. The time to commence is now, before it has opportunity to spring into being and consume the countryside. By arrangement with the loca* Shire or Municipal Council, bush fire brigades should now be organised, officers appointed, equipment acquir ed plans and tactics laid down, ex amined and tried out. Now is the time'. Existing brigades should also J test and give t...

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WAR AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE Public Meeting at Lyndhurst [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

WAR AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE Public Meeting at Lyndhurst The public meeting to elcct1 a com mittee for the CarcoarMandurama Lyndhurst War Agricultural Committee was held in the School of Arts, Man durama,' on Saturday, August 5. The chairman of the District War Agricul tural Committee. Cowra, Mr. C. Walk /-?«-- n R iit n tVin rliitr uuruiwnn, Those who attended included Mr. Skene, Blayney representative of the Lyndhurst Shire Division of D.W.A.C., Cowra: Messrs. R. J. Fagan. W. Burns, Carcoar; MrLeod, Carcoar; L. Bloom field, Gariand: J. Robinson. Milla malong: R. R. Rowlands, K.. Molloy, A. Rowlands and F. Cobb, Mandura ma; and S. H. Alford, Murrangulla Lyndhurst. The chairman explained the objects and duties of the Local War Agricul tural Committees, and appealed to all present to assist the local committee, who were carrying out the work volun tarily.. He also spoke on the rubber tyre position, which was becoming very acute': also the Machinery Pool and its working. Mr. Skene also ...

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Magnitude Of Food Programme [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

Magnitude Of I Food Programml Tlie magnitude of Australia'*, f0QH production programme can be guagtH by the fact that during the' yeaH 1944-45, Commonwealth Food trol will buy more than £120.000.00H worth of food for the use ot Aus^B tralian United States and BntjsiM Fighting Forces. H illio CL111WU11.U V.AV.V'-UC Li 1 u LOta Commonwealth expenditure frCI revenue during the first year of wai Main items in Commonwealth Fo« Control's purchasing programme f0 1944-45 are: — Eggs, Fresh and Dried, 35.COO.OO dozen (fresh egg eauivalenti. Pro cessed milk, 200,000.000, p;il!on (fresh milk equivalent). Pulatoa 3Uu,000 tons. Jams, Jellies, etc. 163, 000,000 lb. Meat, all kinds, o00,00( tons (equivalent dressed carcas u-ieght Canned Foods 1.800,000.001 cans (of all sizes). This last item includes 20.000.001 packs of rations, and 15,000,000 pints of tomato juice, puree and sauce Other substantial purchases will in elude fresh and dried fruit, solid frui packs, fresh vegetables, condiments etc. ...

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Carcoar Bridge Problem Cope With Show Traffic [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

Carcoar Bridge Problem Cope With Show Traffic There Is a bridge leading to Carcoar showground, but it has been rendered practically useless as a result of a flood some time ago. With Carcoar Show coming on in October, it needs attention, and ?Lvndhurst- Shire Council discussed the matter at last meeting. Engineer Gerty stated that a fenc ed footway on the bridge at Carcoar Park had been constructed. It was suggested to Council for considera tion that two cuttings be construtced at the side of the bridge for vehicu lar traffic. Cr. Burns agreed that something should be done. The President (Cr. J. A. Innes.) said he did not tjiink there would be any chance of a grant for a new bridge near tne snowgrouna. Cr. Burns: It would cost about £1500. but we might be able to apply for a grant to recondition the bridge. There will be a lot of traffic there just prior to the show, during the show and after the show. We know that the bridge was damaged quite some time ago, but we have a good reaso...

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Millthorpe Items PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

'Millthorpe Items PERSONAL *' John Carmody, of the R.A.A.F., | and Paddy Neil, of the A.I.F., are f at present spending leave with their [' respective parents. ^ t1' Miss Pat Carmody spent the week ! end at home, the first since she ac If i|j| cepted a position in the city. Pi.]! Mis. Lovelock, who has been |i spending some time with her mother, '-??.! ? Mrs. Sadler, lias returned to her is- home. [ * * * I- The death took place on the 10th instant in the 114 A.G.H., Goulburn, of Private Kenneth Ignatius O'Leary after a short illness. He was 39 years of age and was the fourth son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James O'Leary, of Millthorpe. and is survived by four iC sispers and five brothers, namely: Mrs. Crane, Mrs. Christpherson. Mrs. I Harrison and Mrs. Campbell (all of ? Sydney), Les. (Sydney), Bede (Cap ertee), Leo and Reg. (Millthorpe), and Tom (Sydney). -: . * * * ,,j y Mrs. Lillian Lund, wife of Mr. v ' Roger Lund, of Tallwood Road, Mill thorpe, passed away at the Orange Base Hosp...

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Ruled Out By Orange And Bathurst Conference On Electricity [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

Ruled Out By Orange And Bathurst Conference On Electricity Molong Municipality, Lynd hurst Shire Council (Blayney), Amaroo Shire Council (Cum. nock) and Turon Shire Council (Kelso) are desirous of a confer ence beijtg held to discuss tJie form nm in the Central West of a County Coun(cil to control of electricity. \ However, Orange and Bathurst Municipal Councils have ruled out the conference as inopportune. The initiative was taken by Lynd hurst Shire Council, and at last meet ing of that Council the following ad vices were to hand from the other Councils: Amaroo: Council is prepared to cAnri ffoiAfrflipjs to a conference. Molong: Council will be pleased to appoint delegates to attend should It be decided to proceed with the pro posal. Turon: Council is prepared to ap point delegates. Bathurst: This Council resolved that, in view of the proposed forma tion of Regional Committees, the matter might be referred to that committee when functioning. Orange: Council cannot see its way clea...

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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

CARCOAR TOWN TALK Cpl. Frank Flood has arrived home on several weeks leave. * * * A visitor to Carcoar for the week end was Mrs- Brady, of Marrick ville. * * * Flying-Officer Bede Cassidy has returned to the city after spending a few days leave here. * * * Mrs. W. Hunt and Mr. Tom Kind and daughter Doreen came to visit their father. Mr. John Kind, at the week-end.

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CARCOAR HOSPITAL SECRETARY Regret Expressed At Departure [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

CARCOAR HOSPITAL SECRETARY Regret Expressed At „ Departure f_ ? ; r-m Mr. xi. S. Livermore, who has l^^ :-|S|r I i, secretary of Carcoar Hospital if some time past, tendered his resign? sWilj; * h tion at the annual meeting.; : ^'0i: ? !! .Mr. Livermore has accepted a ^ ji ilar position at Gul^cmg. j,- . ;.[ ?Every Board member '.present J pressed regret at Mr. Livernwre^?n;; If | departure, and had no -'f }!- 1 saying so, the ' i fj 1 will be extremely^ w V 1 1 His adminifitrative^ifity || a big asset to. the SI operation withk.the J| Matron and. Straf ' has many difficult pmbleins i 1 AlwajwIlrtWiS^- -I ests of J^^o^ital-and paq^^^fer^^ u , I ing fixst-.^o^^deration, he j j notel^|l|mment to ?'iO-yi^HMBlRvaB * '| of the hospital during | CarCMr' :' ' ' ' -A-|1 b

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CARCOAR HOSPITAL OFFICIALS Members Elected At Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

CARCOAR HOSPITAL OFFICIALS Members Elected At.{.. ijj fe Annual Meeting Only four nominations v/cue if© | ceived for the five vacancies. 'jj J. Molloy, of Mandurama, I most 30 years as a Board J did not' seek re-election. ; S Only one new tnember, was elected;. ? r% v; —Mr A C. Macleod, of Carcoar^lfe.f Macleod is a young returned feoldier ; of this war, and manager oi tne ? 'Stokefield' pastoral interests at Cnrcaav He should, be a decided ac quisit-.n to the Board. ' Mr. A. W. May was re-elected Chairman; Mr. N. S. Dotfe, hon. Trea surer; Mr A. H. Denton, vice -?Chair- man Members re-elected were Dr. H. C. Fitzhardinge, Mr. N. J. Woodward, Mrs- L. K. Cargill.

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BIG DEMAND LIKELY FOR WOOL PRODUCTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

BIG DEMAND LIKELY FOR WOOL PRODUCTS ^ In Australia, millmen who have been very busily £-; occupied since the war, will find that their products will be juSt as eagerly wanted when it is over, states Winchcombe Carson in their weekly wool review. Somewhat improved classes of fabrics art now being turned out compared with the inferior single weft textiles which regulations previously permitted. _ This is a judicious development. It is re grettable that production of unsatisfac tory poor coupon-value materials was ever decided upon. Splendidly made fabrics have been manufactured for some of the forces lo cated in the Commonwealth. They were a credit to their producers, and we hope that the Australian manufacturer will shortly be allowed to produce the excel lent civilian woollens and worsteds, on which he bad built up -a sound reputa tion for the quality and wearing capacity of his output. The quantity of wool used in Australia during recent years has totalled over 450,000 bales or twi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

pLYNDHURSX SHIRE j; CHRONICLE — — 1 ? * ' p': .WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1944 i

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"GREATEST GOFT OF ALL" Council's Sympathy Engineer [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

— ? ? ' ... . ? , 5 * 'GREATEST CffT OF Ail* J Council's Sympathy With | If Engineer 11 The death of Peter Gerty, ' R.A.A.F., son of Mr. G. Gerty | 'i% (Shire Enginetr), in air operations , over Europe, was referred to at i| the August meeting of Lyndbarst j a® Sbire Council. Hi President J. A. Innes said it was one i ?- H of his saddest duties for a very long j time to move a motion of sympathy ' with Mr. Gerty. Each , and every one jj 5 of the councillors, also residents through- -i j out the Shire, extended to Mr. and Mrs. | Gerty the utmost sympathy. We heard S | a lot about was bonds and victory loans,.;;. ;| said Cr. Innes, but this was the great- . 5 | est gift of all — the sacrifice? of a dear | j °nBlayney certainly had paid for this i., j war, said Cr. Innes. He doubted-;^.'. «?. ;.] whether there was another small tQwn ui . -X . ;|1 N.S.W. that had given more of the ?,f. ji cream of its young manhood to the |.7; jij rauce Money could come and money f . 3 could go. but the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

PUBLIC NOTICE j V'. ? J lUj l f|XHE C.W.A. Group Representative |L® ? ' ? has asked the Lyndhurst C-W.A. {jgtl call a Public Meeting- of Carcoar. fl K Mandurama and Lyndhurst Districts Brfi'.-r- in connection with the erection of a 1, Permanent Baby Health Centre in j y one of these three areas. Meeting to i be held in Lyndhurst Memorial Hall on AUGUST 26. at 5 p.m. D. COBB, Hon. Secretary. I ? OTOCK IMPOUNDED at Blayney r- on 17th August, 1944, from Man i' duraina by Lyadhurst Shire Im pounding* Officer: 1 Taffy-colored Gelding, &ged 14J hands, star and snip, no brand visible. If not re leased will be sold by public auction I at Blayney Pound Yard at noon on THURSDAY. August 31, 1944. — B. J. LUCK, Poundkeeper. A STREET FAIR I will be held in Mrs. Schmidt's Cafe, Mandurama ? In Aid of Mandurama Mrs. I. Whitney Memorial Baiby Health Centre and Rest Room, on Saturday, September 9, Stalls - Chocolate Wheel Hoop-la Afternoon Tea (Poultry Tea from 5.45 p.m.) (Mrs.) Alex Rowlands...

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Dusting Improves Germination [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

Dusting Improves Germination For the first time in 40 years in which peas have been grown i* the I Oberon district in extensive area, will be planted with dusted seed for the 1944-1945 season. This has been made possible by the distribution by Messrs. Gordon Edgell j and Sons Ltd., of 1200 bushels of Canners Perfection seea which treated with 'Spergon. Incidentally, the 'Spergon'-dusted seed will be suf ficient to sow about 1000 acres of the quota allotted Oberon district by the company for their vines. Season after season pea-growers are concerned at the faulty germination of seed sown in cold wet soil, or when cold rainy weather follows planting. Frequently the quality of the seed is blamed, whereas the loss is due to rot ! ting seed in the ground prior to germi nation, or of the shoot in its young stage. „ Tests have proved that losses can be reduced by dusting seed with a suitable i fungicidal dust before planting. Where [ machines are used for sowing and par ! ticularly where i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

£50 REWARD TTHE above reward will be paid for information leading to the convic tion of any person or persons dama- j ging wire setting fencing, interfer ing with flood or netting gates or cutting or removing wire from any of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE.' K. J FAGAN, 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama, The Sheep May Cut well' or otherwise in accordance with seasonal conditions. Shearing may be earlier or later than usual. Various factors can influence it. But whether the clip is light or heavy, is shorn on time or not, the words below provide advice which is 'as good as gold'— Winchcombe, Carson \ WINCHCOMBE ) Selling Brokers, Ltd. \T rADCAU J Winchcombe House, Bridge Street, \v\*HIUV/rl Sydney. Branches — Newcastle, Yass, ? I ? — — Orange, Forbes, Bourke, Armidale. THE FARMERS & GRAZIERS CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY CO., LTD. . Head Office : Sydney. Branches. London, Goulburn, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Orange, Temora, Dubbo, Cowra, Tam worth, Tenterfield. IN PROSPEROUS TIM...

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Progress Against Brucellosis [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

Progress Against Brucellosis In the past ten years, brucellosis I infection in cattle herds in the Unit- j ed States has been cut down one-half ; — from about ten per cent, 'to five per cent. ine Dest way to protect herds and to keep them from becoming rein fected is through vaccination of cal-' ves from four to eight months old. Last year over 300,000 calves were vaccinated against brucellosis. In rhe past few months, about three times as many calves have been protected by vaccination as the number of cat tle condemned for slaughter on the basis of the brucellosis blood tests. The vaccinated calves are highly re- j sistant to this infection. — j A resident of We:t Cowra is I highly indignant that an old, dilapi- I dated stables in the same street. I should have been let ? by the owner to an aborigine for living quarters. He drew the attention of the Munici [ pal Council to the matter in a letter before their last meeting. According to the letter, the owner and family had been livin...

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