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CARCOAR DOG WINS AT BATHURST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

CARCOAR DOG WINS AT BATHURST Living up to his name, Swift Harry gave his sire, Plain Harry, a good boost at Bathurst greyhound meeting on Saturday when he ran away with the second division of th-' Maiden Flying Stake, beating the time registered by the top class in the Open Flying by two-tenths of a second. i kjwixi nax i. y o ououcos woo a ucuit to well-known owner-trainer Tom Stammers, of Carcoar, who bred the dog. It was the first of Plain j ' Harry's progeny to appear in a race, i and the manner in which Swift Harry scored first-up suggests that j lie might easily follow in his father's footsteps. Plain Harry was a champion per former on western tracks a few years ago, and won quite a few races at Bathurst, where, his son made his debut. — Bathurst 'Times.'

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 August 1944

BLAYNEY   TOW TALK The death took place at Jamboree on Friday night last of the Booth. Deceased was S. E. Vidler, our local shire Gnr. Frank Claur.. if H leave wiui nis wiie . lanr.i- H home of Mr. and Mib. v^oucnB (the latter's parents) at BLayneB h Frank has been on service in ^ H -j Guinea for some time. * H b Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. ?.   Curteis (a sister of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marshall, of Blayney) on the ar- rival of a daughter at Blayney Hospital. Mrs- Gordon Hartigan spent tlAf' week-end in Sydney with friends, rS T turning home on Monday. ^Hmc * * * Mr. Dug. Lancefield, of Noviiii who was an inmate of Blayney d«- trict Hospital for several weeks, rj ceiving treatment for an old troiibh has now been admitted £o Randvic Military Hospital. * * * Miss Sylvia Hartigan, of Blayue Railway Refreshment Room si&i has been off work for several day: owing to being on the sick {s Though slightly improved, it will h some time yet before Miss Hartiga...

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Handicrafts Cover Wide Range [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Handicrafts Cover Wide Range In a recent broadcast in the 'Agricultural Magazine of the Air,' tribute was paid to the members of the Handcrafts Com mittee of the C.W.A. Mrs. MacDonald, a member, explained what fields were covered by the term, 'handi- crafts.' She said that as many things as they could possibly manage were attended to. 'At the moment in our C.W. ... Handicrafts Rooms we are working on spinning, weaving, netmaking, leatherwork, and, of course, knitting ' she continued. The idea1 behind it all is principal ly at the moment to help in the re adjustment of our wounded soldiers to normal, healthy, civil life again. These handicrafts help them tre-j mendouslv Phvsir»all'tr i„ — -j - ? j , uiv:ic io a great number of cases where indivi dual muscles, having been torn or otherwise injured through wounds, need special exercise to restore them to working order again. 'Out of a big variety of possible] i handicrafts, one is selected as afford j ing just the right muscular move I...

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ELECTRICAL DANGER TARNING ISSUED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

[LECTRICAL DANGER: rARNING ISSUED IrOTORISTS Who operate gas pro ducer outfits are warned by the R.M.A. engineers to be careful when ndling electric light extensions in emises where charcoal is stored or ed. The charcoal dust is so fine that has been known to settle on the Birnp and bridge the terminals, con ducting the current to unprotected Bietal parts. Where there is a concrete Boor and anything favorable to the Bonductivity of electricity there is Bkely to be a. fatal accident. Minor ?cc'&iits through this cause have al ?eady been reported to the N R.M.A ^ ? »

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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

IBJLAYNEY OWN TALK I Air and Mrs. N. Brazier, of North rdney, are spending a fortnight's Iijday' at Blayney. They are staying ith relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Errol oan, of 'The Village,' King's ai,1S' * * ' * j Ijlr. Bil1 McCullough. of the Club I ouse Hotel, returned home on Sat [^ajV^tei' a few days in Sydney, is two younger brothers, Russell 1(j Tom, also came back to Blayney. I,ey intend to spend the school va. ktion with their parents at the Club ouse Hotel. * * * Mr Harry Ryan, former well jovvn old Blayney resident, whose -me is now at Wellington, has been lending a few days with relatives Blayney. * * * Spr. Tom Ryan arrived home on fn snend leavp with his wifp nd family at Blayney. Tom has een with a unit up North for some me past * * * Mrs. Arthur Crofts and son. Bob, re at present in Sydney, where they re having a holiday during the ?hool vacation. * * * Sgt. Herb ('Kruger') Luck, who as been on leave at Blayney for ;veral days, returned to his unit on frtnHflv --K'riiPrpr ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

^AUSSIE Pictures lyndhurst Saturday, September 2nd. GarY GRANT and GINGER ROGERS in: 'ONCE UPON a HONEYMOON' And; bill ELLIOTT in: ''HE DEVIL'S TRAIL' *fcTOON and THREE SHORTS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

|\ Security j|j , for ymi^^w^mei^: I '5 ; No investment is more secure than money lent to Australia. It is- guarded by the strength and courage of our armed forces, and by the whole wealth of the nation. Every penny will be repaid in full at the maturity date you select; and teas--- ? „ ? in an emergency War Loan bonds are 11 » fl always saleable through any Bank or Stockbroker at their full market value. MAKE AN ADVANCE ®SK SUBSCRIPTION TO THE _ „ _ _ __ _ — _ _ _ Scamps at any Savings zI^sVICTORY LOAN 2PV-1 1-27 : NOTICE A REWARD OF £150 will ble paid to the person or persons giving Information that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL ING SHEEP from 'Coombing Park.' A REWARD OF £50 will be paid for information leading to thi 1 conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Net ting on 'Coombing Park.'' ANYONE FOUND TRESPASSING, Shooting, Rabbiting or Fishing on 'Coombing Park,' will be prosecuted without respect to pei. sons. 20/4/'27. THE WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

I NOTICE THE SISTER will be in attendance at the Blayney Health Centre be tween the hours of 2 P.M. and 5 P.M on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. C. I. COOK, President I ? ,, ? ? | Lyndhurst Shire Council ! WARNING | NOTICE is hereby given that all persons found throwing paper, tins, fruit peelings or rubbish of any kind on streets in any town in the Shir* will be prosecuted without respect to persons. The police have been requested t° assist in the detection of offenders. G. CALLINAN, Shire Cle*~=W Blayney, ^ 24th August, 1944. - I LARGE PINEAPPLE* 10/- bushel case, add exa/ha,lMe: Sidings, add 4/4 per case freight S. Childs, Wamuran, Q'laud

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News From Austria Translated [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

News From Austria Translated j — i (By Karl Schacrf) I It is little known in Australia that in Austria a very strong underground movement, the Austrian Freedom Front, fights for the rebuilding or an independent Austria. In it are as sembled the members of all anti Nazi parties. Through the Yugoslav Partisans it will be assisted by the Allies. Jn its resolution n. buya. 'The Austrian Freedom Front fights for a free and independent Aus tria, for an Austria which belongs to no.one but the Austrians them selves. for an Austria in which the free existence anCi the rights of folk are secured, in which men an-i women will put their trust 'n the. govern ment, in which no-one will be per secuted for his religious or political beliefs, and the roots of Fascist bar- | barism will be exterminated. 'An Austria in which there will be no room for foreign agents and traitors, in which everyone will find j his living in which the advancement of the most able and skilled is assured and everyone will ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

He explained that this fossilised wr.1-. and marine shell formations extended from well inland through to the Welling' ton Caves, on to Molong and the Jf11'' lan Caves and down to Victoria, shov ing the existence at one time of a grc.i ter Barrier Reef. It was generally recognised by worlfi authorities that Australia was the oldest continent in the world, as it possessed the oidest rock formations and anip'^ evidence to show that the movement ol the land was from the west to the east. The sea had gone back and the land moved east — hence the finding of shcU and coral well inland.

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JAP MIDGET SUB. RAISED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

JAP MIDGET SUB. RAISED Divers and crewmen of a U.S. Navy seagoing tug lash a midget submarine to the side of the tug. The submarine, one of eight of its type sunk by Allied forces since the war started, was located in the Solomons area by aerial photography and was Raised for study by Navy submarine experts. — U.S. Office of War Information picture.

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NEW TRUSTEES FOR CARCOAR CEMETERY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

NEW TRUSTEES FOR CARCOAR CEMETERY New trustees have been ap pointed in respect of the Carcoar 1 cemetery, according to advice received by Mr. R. E. O'Hallo raTi, M.L.A., from the Under Sec. I retary of the Department (Mr H. H. Guest). Mr. Guest writes: 'With further reference to your personal representations on behalf of Mr. T. M. Byrnes, of Carcoar, re lative to the appointment of trustees for the portion of the general ceme tery at Carcoar set apart for burial ground for other denominations, I have to inform you that Messrs. R. S. Cassidy and William Mayberry wpw* annninteH ac r»f this burial ground in the places of Mes srs. J. Kind, retired and T. J. Brady, deceased, by notice published in the Government Gazette of the 11th Au gust, 1944. 'A cop'j^ of the notification is for warded herewith.' The U.S. Naval Air Transport service, flying 320.000 miles a week, carries wounded men' to hospitals, transports mail and cargo, and oper ates a. passenger shuttle service fur. ther and furt...

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Prehistoric 'Roo's Tooth Found In Geurie Quarry [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Prehistoric 'Roo's Tooth Found In Geurie Quarry The fossilised tooth of a palor chestes — prehistoric kangaroo — was unearthed in a limestone quarry at Geurie on Sunday by Mr. H. R. Wilson, of the Australian Museum, and Mr. C. G. Robertson, M.L.A says Dubbo 'Liberal.' The age of the tooth is stated tc be at least a million years. The tooth, which is about four inches long, is believed to be an incisor and its finding will permit of the completion of a very important exhibit at the mu seum. After he had located other material in this quarry at Geurie Mr. Robertson : communicated with the museum author' ! ities and it was arranged that a special | investigation officer visit Dubbo. | Interviewed by 'The Liberal' at Dub bo, Mr. Wilson said what they had found ' at Geurie was very important and would prove of much benefit to the museum' authorities. The tooth belonged to what was known aS the giant kangaroo (palorches- ! tcs). The animal' measured about 8ft. I 6ins. in a sitting positio...

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Plane Every Five Minutes [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Plane Every Five Minutes WASHINGTON.— The United States is now producing a plane every five minutes round the clock. ex cluding Sundays, according to a pre invasion report by Charles E. Wil son. chairman of the Aircrafr Pro duction Board. The report said that since Pearl Har bor the U.S.. had produced a total of 1 71,25 7 planes with a total | frame weight of 1 ,430.000,000 pounds.) itput in 1944 wi'il be 100.000 planes. J In weight a more meaningful Jstick of progress — the increase during the period was 6.800 per cent., while the average airframe weight of U.S. planes increased from 3.600 pounds in 1940 to 10.000 pounds in 1944. In terms of horse-power, December 1941 production was 6,000,000 horse power while March, 1944 production was 39,200,000 horse-power. The aver age engine horse-power increased from 850 to 1.300. AVIS FAR RPHINn The report added that U.S. plane pro duction was now over four times that of Germany, which was overtaken and surpassed in early 1942. Japan's pro d...

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FAT CATTLE DEARER Blayney Stock Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

FAT CATTLE DEARER ; Blayney Stock Sale Creel Price reports on Blayney stock sale -of Tuesday, 22nd August, as follows: There was a good attendance of district buyers, the yarding being re stricted due to wet weather condi tions. Prices were on a par with last sale values, fat cattle showing an improve ment. Cattle sales included: Fat cows, £11/6/ to £15/1/. Fat heifers, to £10 9/. Fat lightweight steers, to £10 11/. Poddies, £3/7/6. Springers, to £8. Sheep prices obtained were: Four year-old wethers, 18/. Lambs, 19/10 to 23/3- i The next sale will be held on Sep- I tember 19th.

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BURNT YARDS PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

BURNT YARDS PERSONALS I Holidaying with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. J Harris, of 'Harrisville,' are their v. | son-in-law and daughter, Mr. - and . .. $ Mrs- M. O'Connor, and their two -V;|| small sons. * * * - ;rli Miss Audrey King is spending the school holidays at Earlwood and Pg Saratoga. Wrj§ * * * V;{f Girls home for the holidays are jf the Misses Edna Baker, Yvonne f; 'i 1 Southwell and Mary Kowetft, irom 0 |fl the Orange High School, also Gwen Roweth. from the Rural School. .f I at * * in Mrs. A. Munro is at present stay ing with Mr. and Mrs. R. Cobb, of jj j '? Garland. I * * * '?'! ' We are sorry to learn that Mrs. R. j Costello has been indisposed during J,. the past week, owing to a foot com-W | p plaint. * * ? ,i Miss I. Hextell is the guest of Mr. JiS; an/i Mrc t W nr^en of 'Rhonda ;! fy Villa.' ' ' J * * * . {(' During tha past week light rain ~ i; was experienced at Barry, 10 points ; ? ? being recorded. It is very dis' ing to see promising clouds ; - , , without beneficial r...

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£438/8/11 RAISED Activities Of Blayney Patriotic And War Fund Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

£438/8/11 RAISED Activities Of Blayney Patriotic And War Fund Committee I An amount of £438/8/11 was raised by Blayney Branch and the King's Plains sub-branch of Blay ney District Patriotic League during* the year ended July 31str J This was revealed in the report of the President (Mr. R. H. Clark) to the annual meeting of the League. Mr. Clark added: The year now under review was the first year in which we have function. ;d as a branch of the Blayney District Patriotic League. As members are ioubtlessly aware, our previous char er was held from the Lyndhurst I shire Patriotic League. Average Income £10 Weekly. ! Taking into consideration our j ap.tivltiAa taic a hrati/tli nf 4-hof body, our total income since the commencement of the war to the close of tiie period now under re- J view, is £2,660, representing an average income of £10 per week. During the year'we remitted £152 1/6 to the Australian Comforts Fund, tpart from £86/10/ for Xmas ham. -ers and £85/17/6 paid to the Blay le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

WHERE TO BUY THE 'Chronicle' ?THE CHRONICLE' is cn sale a-- 'he following Newsagents: MRS. HEALY, Blayncy. W. CLARK. Carcoai. C. J- LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. MRS. ROSSER, Blayney. J. C. AMOS. Millthorpe. C. H. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. MAY 8 DEVENISH. Neville. W. H. HILL, Woodstock. V.-'/. P. COLLINS, Newbridge. IKINDi- Y PLACE YOUR ORDER, as newsprint restrictions necessitate a STRICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER OF EXTRAS PRINTED. T. G. STAMMERS j j AUCTIONEER | STOCK AND STATION AGENT | CARCOAR Sales conducted in Any Part of U»# ? District Agent For: — j Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. Insurance ComDam I DOMO SEPARATORS 1

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Expiring Petrol Licences [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Expiring Petrol Licences ? I HE N.R.M.A. reports that the bulk of petrol licences for business cars ' have been filled up at the end of Ugust. and for private cars at the of September. As the Liquid Fuel th does not contemplate £ l£SUe fvf HOW linannaa if will A I atter of issuing offices pasting an *°^ent on the back of each ex sum &iii®ence °Pei1 it for future is th* w, - ^ is to be done even though ces ,Jority of expiring private licen Dsct ^lready have one attachment, P^ted on the back.

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FORMER MILLTHORPE RESIDENT TO WORK AT FINCHHAFEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

I FORMER MILLTHORPE RESIDENT TO WORK - AT FINCHHAFEN r. Mark Hector, who is well known at Millthorpe and Orange, left this week for New Guinea, hav mS accepted an appointment as overseer oi a sheet metal section of an American works at Finchhafen. The position carries with it the rank j Lieutenant in the American Mr. Hector, who secured his! Please from the S.A.F. at Orange [}a& extremely' busy on Tuesday say H 'Goodbye' to his many friends, jrl'j) w^om wish him the best of £('-V«ortune in the tropics, says th?- i A? ,'Advocate' V ?

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