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

SHE PASSED j She was a ,prettjl|young defence worker and her definition of a j bolt and nut. read: i A bolt is a thing like a stock j of hard 'metal, such as iron, with ( a square lump at one end and a I lot 01 scratching wound around j the bolt, but just the opposite, being a hole in a little chunk of I iron with wrinkles around the inside ' ) ? ? I

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
50,000 American Indians Fight Against Axis [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

50,000 American j j Indians Fight Against Axis ! WASHINGTON. — American Indians are on the warpath, more than 50,000 strong, says the Na tional Geographic Society. Men from many tribes arc fighting on | far-flung foreign fronts, stalking their foes in jungles, filtering through enemy lines, capturing positions in surprise at tacks, transmitting messages in baffling dialects. At home, older men are keeping res:r- | vation land productive, are working in j shipyards and plane factories, on rail- ' roads and in mines. Chiefs who on:e wore war bonnets now are welding ho rnets with equal pride. Indian women arc driving trucks and tractors, aiding in cattle and sheep round ups, and have 'learned to repair motor vehicles and farnv machinery. Wonrjn have given up tribal handicrafts for \v?~ plant jobs. FIRST COMMANDOS Indians take readily to the rugged competition of war. They have lived in the open, have learned to depend on -heir senses, know how to read and use nature. I At scouting, sig...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

p THE | FARMERS & GRAZIERS ['I. CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY CO., LTD. V:' ? Head Office : Sydney. Branches. London, Goulburn, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Orange, Temora, «!».?' Dubbo, Cowra, Tamworth, Tenterfield. if IN PROSPEROUS TIMES, CO-OPERATION ADDS jJl TO PROSPERITY! | I : i IN ADVERSE SEASONS, the Benefits of MODERN CO-OPERATION I !? j as extended to Primary Producers REDUCES COSTS! THE 'F. « G.' WOOL REBATE OF 40 PER CENT, j i, , AND LOANS AT THE LOWEST RATE OF INTEREST |:|i ARE OF GREAT ASSISTANCE. af CONSIGN: WOOL. STOCK, RABBITSKINS, ETC. TO THE P GREAT COUNTRY ORGANISATION: _ ? I The Farmers & Graziers ;j| SVDNEY. Licensed Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents. | THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE If INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. # ? — ?- §THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFF1CF 74 PITT STREET. SYDNEY. N.S.W. llil Efficiency and integrity are the keynotes of this Company. Sympathetic i Is ?onsideration is the watchword. Prompt and honorable settlement jijp of all claims...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAS 131 LIVING DESCENDANTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

HAS 131 LIVING DESCENDANTS Mrs. Elizabetli Marshall, of Yass, has just celebrated her 89th birthday- She was born at Yass River in 1855 and was married at St. Clement's Church on July 10, 1876, by the Rev. Tanington. The old lady has 55 grandchildren, 71 great-grandchildren and 3 great great -igrant^dhildren . In all, there were 75 grandchildren, 20 being deceased. Only two of her nine children, Mr. Archie Marshall aaid Mrs. Ivy Bateup, are living.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REDUCED RAILWAY FARES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

REDUCED RAILWAY FARES Fallowing the announcement maito to the Press by the Pre mier of N.S.W. that reduced fores would be charged for short distance return tickets in the conn try, the Department of Rail uava advises that the reduction Sew! will come into force on Sep tem pi, ber 1. K V As from that date, passengers » /» will benefit when making return jour. W neys for distances two to eleven 1 1 miles if travel is wholly outside a I ' ' suburban area and for slightly longer fti V | distances when portion of the jour f j'l ney is in a suburban area. J l The following table shows the new & j i return fares for distances from 1 to j;| 8 miles: j Return Fare. I'; Mileage. 1st Class 2nd Class I- f 1 ? 6d. 4d. p 1 2 ? 8cL 6d. Ri'! : ; 3 ? lOd 8d. [P! 4 ? l/2d. lOd. I' 5 ? l/5d. 1/Od. V \j 6 ? l/9d. l/2d. I. 7 ? .... 2/0d. l/4d. 8 ? 2/4d. l/6d.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Motions For Closer Settlement Conference Lyndhurst Shire President To Preside [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Motions For Closer ' Settlement Conference . Lyndhurst Shire President To Preside An agenda paper for the proposed Closer Settlement Conference, to be held at Molong this month, was drawn up at last meeting of Molong Chamber of Commerce. The 10 resolutions submitted were thoroughly discussed and approved by members of the Chamber. The meeting agreed to ask the Lyndhurst Shire President (Cr. J. A. Innes) to chair the conference. The matter of arranging a suitable date for the event has been left in the hands of the President (Mr. F. H. Myors) and the Secretary (Mr. J Leary). All public bodies— Municipalities. Shire Councils, Returned Soldier Leagues, Farmers and Settlers' As sociations. etc. have been invited to ; thresh out the question of closer set tlement. THE AGENDA. (1) That this conference affirms the need for closer settlement in the Central West. (2) That this Conference considers the Central West suitable for mixed j farming. | (3) a. It is the opinion of this ? conference ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Remained Faithful [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Remained Faithful An old darky got up one night during a revival meeting and said: 'Bruddern and sistern, yo' know and Ah knows dat Ah ain't been what Ah oughter been. I'se robbed henroosts, and stole hawgs, and tole lies, and got drunk, and slashed folks wi' my razor and shot others, and cussed and swore; but ah thank de Lawd der's one thing I ain't nebber done: Ah ain't nebber lost mah re ligion.' ! I For a return ticket for distances beyond eight miles, the single fare, ! plus one-third, will be charged.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELAXATION OF POTATO FREEZING ORDER No. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

RELAXATION OF POTATO FREEZINcr ORDER No. 16. As a rp^ult of the relaxation of | I Potato Ficezing Order No. 16, Jii I potatoes over S{ ozs in weight v4_: g may now be marketed for table f | purposes in all districts of New ;; | South Wales. t Growers holding these potatoes are f nrivieed to alter the branding: to ii'e appropriate grade if necessary, auc* ; market through their local accredi- J ted agent. \ » The freezing order is still effective i in respect of potatoes suitable for h seed, sizes loz. to 3loz., but p »- [J5 toes of these sizes not suitable ; seed may be marketed for table 1 ' \ poes by securing a permit from , local agricultural instructor or i j inspector, or from the Deputy Po Controller.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MILLTHORPE W EXPERIMENT FA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

MILLTHORPE W EXPERIMENT FA The Minister for Agri Mr. E. H. Graham, has f - following letter to Mr. O'Halloraii, M.L.A-: 'With reference to your representations on behalf of thoroe Potato Growers' A; (Miss W. Redmond, secrete thorpe), urging the establis an experiment farm betweei and Millthorpe. I deisire to in that I shall be pleased to 1 this matter, in view of tl. which you have raised with I shall write to you with a ft ment. of my views at an earl

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

^OflNBHURSX SHIRE ''CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1944

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAMBS AT HOMEBUSH [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

LAMBS AT HOMEBTJ S3J& | Offerings at Homebush last Th^rs- ;',. day included 162 xbred lambs fmrn % E. A. Haley, Wimbledon, which n ^dey.? to 26/10d., avg. 24/8, 55 Southdown '.if, xbred lambs 19/9, 5 xbred weti 'is 26/7. 91 wethers to 18/, avg. 16/3 , at, Winchcombe Carson's sales. ? ? ? ' H

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Cook Bros BLAYNEY I, ? ANNOUNCE that tliey Have been ap-^Kl pointed by the Agricultural Depart-®: ment as H SOLE AGENTS UN THEB CARCOAR DISTRICT! for receival of all Vegetable® grown under contract WB the Commonwealth Govern*' ment. V Also Sole Agents for receival °B locally grown Potatoes under tbH Government contract scheme. H1 FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLlFJlH ON APPLICATION. ? Alf, Collins I LICENSED STOCK AND statto! AGENT. Agency for Unit nsuranfa PHONR: NEVILLF 9 CAM REED & SOP (late DAVE REEI5}' ' Undertakers & Monument' Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney. 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. Local Repiesentative: Mr. Arthur Higgs 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. Printed and published by Ra-* mond James Neve for the pr°' prietore, R. jr. Nevo and --' Adelaide fttnet, Rlayney, J7.S.W

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRISONERS ON MOVE IN GERMANY AS RUSSIANS ADVANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

PRISONERS ON MOVE® IN GERMANY AS ? RUSSIANS ADVANCE ? JjETTERS now being received :n Au-l tralia. from prisoners of wjr m Gel many reveal a story of rapid rc-nr,-™ J tion within the German honii'.and fl meet the advancing tide of war. Ai ijfl moment of writing, cvervthin^ V chaotic,' states one letter, dated ApiB 5, from' an Australian prisoner . i wj at Stalag XVIIIA in Austria. 'Mv ; ricn- are being moved into the interior I «?; actually ordered to move, and on1,-, 1 , Librarian, together with my .Mail wc -:cal'ied. Even how we are not ccrtai that we shall remain here. 1 am well as fit.' Later, the same man wrote on Mj 1, 'I have been kept on as one of tl staff on this job whilst nearly all m friends have been deported for places un known, into Germany.'

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SYNTHET[?] BEEBREAD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

NEW SYNTHETll BEEBREAD | Agriculturists at the Uniyei. I Minnesota have discovered a Slt-V fl bread which is equal or sun^!' 1(B natural pollen and answers ' '°r ? the most serious threats keepers in the northern 'f, States. Many honey crops are i sharply reduced in this area 'y°St drought or frost sometimes pollen shortage in early sprintUses Such casualties are nn\w avoided by supplying the bry- ,easi soybean flour and dry skim ture, which is cheap, readily' A'1' able and easy to feed. The -V) , ' beebread was developed in ' « ' ! of experiments in which 24 (jjff®!' food materials were tried. T!,. menters found that dried' yea^F' scrap, cottonseed meal, fresh », [,le milk, eggs and soybean ^ replace pollen well enough t,. .-./'J colonies to produce new gen, .'j. Next some of the cheap. 1011 most practical of the gootiV a' iiuuicu jji louii with '.t beebread, and it was found \ per cent, soybean flour and 20 1 cent dry skim milk not only tests but actually gave bettev'i',.«1,?H tha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Battledress For Riding Torpedo [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Battledress For Riding Torpedo This is a British naval officer in his battle dress — a diving suit equipped with an unusual helmet and sleeves which leave the hands bare and free. The suit is used by 'human torpedoes' of the Royal Navy when they attack enemy craft. Human torpedoes consist of a two-man crew which rides a tiny craft, carrying thousands of pounds of explosive, through enemy mine fields and torpedo nets until they reach the ship they are to blow up. Then ihey detach the explosive charge from the main body of their craft and fix it to the bottom of the enemy hull. Time fuses are set, after which the human torpedoes, now withour their death-dealing warheads, drive away at top speed to be clear of the target before the charge detonates. — U.S. Offkc of War Information Picture.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Granted [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Granted j The paragraph published in the j 'Times' this week under the heading 'The Modern Child' brought another | true story to this paper. j A youngster had been told to go into another room while his father found a strap to administer a little corporal pumsnmenL jlui a. uuouc meanor xommitted. Entering the room, the father found his young son kneeling by the wind- [ ow. and saying: 'God. you always | said you would protect little boys. ; Here's your chance.' The prayer was answered. 'Western Times.'

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Record U.S. Farm Production [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Record U.S. Farm Production The U.S. War Food Administration, announcing the conservation and pro duction programme for 1944, said that demands upon American agri culture would be even greater in 1944 than the record production of 1943. j The overall production programme | for 1944, calls for planting a record i ... total of about 380,000,000 acres in j fc: crops, and for maintaining the pro rp duction of meat, dairy products aiid Ivi eggs at high levals. , liz. ITie proposed total acreage is j ft slightly above previous peak plant- ! iflgs of 377,000,000 acres in 1932( com- : t! pared with 364,000,000 acres in 1943. ] h Hie announcement continued: The j ' new programme is divided into the ! | ; flowing principal sections: Fertilis- 1 I qcp zpd other materials; cover crops; I harvesting legume and grass seeds; ] £ t eroekKi control and water consera- 1 [1 |)on measures; and range pasture i practices. I i Each state will adopt its own set of practices from the general outline. The pr...

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

£50 REWARD 'JtHE above reward will be paid for information leading to the convic tion of any person or persons dama ging wire netting fencii.g, interfer ing with flsod or netting gates or euttmg or removing wire from any of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE' K J pagan, Mandu-ama,

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Red Skelton In Army [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Red Skelton In Army M-G-M. comedian Red Skelton is a soldier now. He was drafted into the U.S. Army a few weeks ago and said farewell to civilian life by marry ing Muriel Chase, a Los Angles socialite. His drafting followed im. mediately on completion of the Tech nicolor musical comedy 'Bathing Beauty,' in which Skelton co-stars with swimming star Esther Williams

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Japs To Feel New Type Mosquito [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Japs To Feel New Type Mosquito The worlds' fastest aircraft re quire topline pilots to get the maxi tnuni performance. To ensure thai Australian built Mosquitoes live up to the standard set in the European -var theatre, highly experienced Aus tralian pilots, most of them with lengthy experience in combat zones, are undergoing special course of conversion ana tactical training on R.A.A.F stations in Northern N.S.W. It is no mere coincidence that the operational training squadron is the most decorated unit at present in j the R.A.A.F. Seventeen of its members have the 1~- 'R1 C\ turn tVi-i H 5 H arir* r\r\c± . A.S.C. Each pilot who is going to demonstrate to the Japanese the amazing performance of the all wooden Mosquito aircraft is an ex pert on twin-engine aircraft. Most nf them have flown Beaufighters or Lightnings, but the Mosquito can be bandied only by a skilled airman. The Japanese know that Mosqui toes are beir.g manufactured in Aus tralia and also that soon they are likely to...

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