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Power Supply For Western N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Power Supply For Western N.S.W. A comprehensive nlan for further extension of the electrical services within the western district, requir ing the establishment of a large generating plant where special facil ities were available, including an adequate water supply, was out lined by the chief electrical engineer to the Department of Railways (Mr. W. H. Meyers) when he spoke at a function held at tbe Dubbo Council Chambers on Wed nesday night. 1 Mr. Meyers, in reply to a toast, said he proposed to make general observations in the friendly atmosphere which was apparent at the gathering. The completion of the line to Dubbo marKea me maximum point to which the 1 service could be extended at present, so | far as the Railway Department was con cerned, but that did not mean it was the limit of electrical development at : Dubbo. I It did, in faci. mean that before the line could go further it would be r.eces 1 6a rv to establish a large elccrrical genera ting station, using coal supply, in t...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Comfortable "No Win Likely [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Comfortable 'No' 1 Win Likely * | SYDNEY, Monday. — With | j| only about 200,000 service and I 100,000 civilian votes — mostly absentee and postal — still tt- j 1 : counted, it seems certain that the figures now .available give a ' j fairly representative indication J of the referendum result. ; ^ Although in South Australia and Western Australia 20,000- to 25,000 ; i», votes remain outstanding, and the j & majority for 'Yes' is small, still, as \ I the votes which remain to, be counted 3 are mainly service votes, it is prob able that these States Will retain the ' .? v- 'Yes' majority, though perhaps f with a reduced margin. So far. in these two States the trend of the services votes has ,[\ j to a 'Yes' vote. y| i In N.S.W. only 10,000 ..i, ?: | j votes have still to be counted u. -1. ? 1.;: in Tasmania the civilian o.our - vl practically complete. The ima i * : 1 :j suit of the referendum is 9 be, therefore, four States '/vo'- 1 ; two 'Yes', and a substantial .v jority fo...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MIDGET SPORTS CAR MADE IN BATHURST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

[MIDGET SPORTS CAR MADE IN BATHURST The product of six months spare time work by well-known Bathurst mechanic, Mr. George Reed arid Mr. i Val Bridekirk, a midget sports car Dowered by a 2% h.p. motor cycle . ^re registered at the police rf-ntinn bv its owner-to-be. Warwick 11 Pratley, a few days ago. 1 George Reed built it for his wife. {'i 'well, you know what women are,' he said. Hie chassis and body were bought ' from a local junk dealer and to get ' the right sized wheels Mr. Reed pur chased the shell of a midget racer in Svdney, took its wheels, and left the rest there. Black in color and tapered at the back, the body of the midget, which is to be called the G.R. Special, is j constructed of sheet metal, rivetted together. 1 Tests show the machine capable of 40 miles an hour and 60 miles to the ] gallon. It is fitted with an electrical self-starter and a '37 Austin fcur speed gear box. According to Mr. Reed, the outlay on its construction has probably ex. ceeded £100. The car. ...

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

Hybrids Bring i Higher Yields j] Perhaps no discoveries in this * war will be of more importance than those having to do witJi foods or the utilisation of £ann ;! products. Almost every week something new is doming to light. For example, the recent an- f nounceijneait of a new hybrid j °nioai — the first true hybrid of | that vegetable. Plant breeders of the Unitedl States Department of Agriculture hail this jj discovery as a possible forerunner of ! hybrids of many crops that will pro duce both higher yields and better j quality. The production of the onion hybrid ; was much more complicated than the development of hybrid corn. Corn, the scientists say, is comparatively easy . i to hybridise because thei male flowers ; j can be removed from, the corn plant | : reacuiy oy puiimg ott uie tassel | j] Onions on the other hand have the | j male and female parts growing clos | jj together. It is thus much more , dif i ill ficult to make sure that the sjeed or ' || one selected parent- is...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PATRIOTIC LEAGUE TO CONTINUE Blayney Officials Elected [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

PATRIOTIC LEAGUE TO CONTINUE Blayney Officials Elected The annual meeting of Blayney Patriotic League was held at the Lyndhurst Shire Council Chambers on Saturday night. Mr. R. H. Clark (President) occu pied the chair, ana delegates in at tendance were: M. Hood, F. W. Jones 1 (Newbridge); R. Hoadley, H. Long j (Shaw) ; L. Hill, L. Skene, S. Lovejoy, ; Archdeacon E. A. Wight. R. Muir, C. j A. Jones (Blayney), and G. Callinan (Secretary} Prior to commencement of business, Mr. G. Callinan (Secretary) queried whether the League served any defi nite purpose by functioning. His opin ion was that branches could get along equally as well by the constitution of j Blayney and Newbridge as independ ent organisations, with the smaller centres of Shaw and Brown's Creek as sub-branches. Mr. M. Hood (Newbridge) favored the League continuing. His own branch looked to Blayney to give them a lead. Mr. R. Hoadley (Shaw) supported, and said that a head body had an in fluence with small branches such as...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAY RECOGNISE LAWN DERBY'S TROT RECORD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

MAY RECOGNISE LAWN DERBY'S TROT RECORD It is quite possible that the j American trotting authorities will allow the under two minutes mile record established by Lawn Derby to be entered in the American record book when the war is over, says a Sydney trotting journal. Lawn Derby is owned by Mr. Mac kenney, of Cowra, and at present is pastured at 'Roselawn,' in that district. How thoroughly American trotting breeders go into the sport is shown by the following description of a moderate sized breeding establishment at La Crosse, Wisconsin. The farm is known as the 'Blue Heather Farm.' The building of this farm, which started in 1938. is just now rounding into the form which meets the satisfaction of the owners. It is as complete as anv farm can be, and the method of handling the stock is equal to that of anv other form' of its kind. The main training, barn consists of 16 stalls. It .houses the racing stable and yearlings that are being educated. The barn embraces many modern features, ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO DAYLIGHT SAVING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

NO DAYLIGHT SAVING Daylight saving tvili not be introduced this year. I The recent Premiers' Conference I decided unanimously against it. j The Commonwealth accepted the decision., Commonwealth argument was that daylight1 saving' would mean coal economy. Premiers put up convincing argu ments that coal economy would be infinitesimal; inconvenience would be widespread; rural industries would be dislocated.

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

Trunkey Presentation On Saturday night last a large gathering assembled at the hall, the occasion being a presentation to Mrs. Stiff, of Trunkey. During her residence in the dis- i trict, Mrs. Stiff has been untiring in j her charitable efforts, especially to those in need of any sort of assist- I ance, and as an expression of the district's appreciation. Saturday night's function was held. Visitors were present from Tuena, Arkell, Salvola. Hobby's Yards, New bridge and Blayney. The chair was occupied by Mr. W. Aspinall. Speakers were Messrs. M. Hunter, M. E. H. Toole, Constable I/C Gould and L. McKellar. Councillor R. H. McKenzie made the presentation of £20 in notes and an Aladdin lamp. Mr. George Stiff responded on be half of his mother. A very pleasant evening was spent by those present. Miss Millie Brown and Messrs. H. Brown and B. Mel ville supplied the music. The ladies provided an excellent supper. * * * I PgRSONAL ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. W. Aspinall. of the local school, are sp...

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

Some Circulation Following the invasion, with its un precedented demand for papers, British newspapers were granted five per cent, increase in newsprint on J existing usage, to meet the special demands. Originally granted to the end or July, this grant has now been extended to the end of August. That increase enabled the 'Daily .Express' to achieve a daily sale through June of 3,000,000, which constitutes a new world record. ' ? I

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lice And Keds Prevalent STOCK OWNERS NOT CO-OPERATING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 30 August 1944

Lice And Keds Prevalent STOCK OWNERS NOT I CO-OPERATING The Stock Inspector for the Carcoar Pastures Protefction Dis trict (Mr. F. E. Trevitt) reports flat lice and keds are prevalent in sheep in this district. At the Blayney saleyards recently, a number of lice and ked infected I sheep were yarded, and the owners of these sheep were inconvenienced by having to take them all back to ! their properties, and their holdings have now been quarantined. No action was taken against these owners, although it is a serious of fence under the Stock Diseases Act to offer lice or ked infested sheep for sale. In order to facilitate1 the control of lice and keds, sheepowners are re quested to notify the Inspector of Stock for their district when either of these parasites are present in their sheep. If sheepowners do not co-operate in this way, and to date, very few stockowners have notified infestations, the inspector's job is made more diffi cult. Failure t6 notify the presence of lice or keds in...

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

Wedding TOOHEY— MOLLOY One of the prettiest weddings seen in Orange for some time took place at St. Joseph's Catholic Church on August 8, when Marie Josephine,   eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Myrtle Molloy, of Mandurama, was married with Nuptial Mass to James Mannix, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Toohey, of orange, Father Shea- han, an old friend of both families was the celebrant.       The church, which had been beau- tifully decorated by the Sisters of Mercy, formed a charming setting for the wedding. The bride chose a trained gown of Magnolia satin   tulle veil, edged with Alencon lace, was held in place by a halo of orange blossom and miniature ? lilies. She wore a necklet of silver from which hung an embossed silver cross, an heirloom given to the fam- ily by her paternal grandmother. The bouquet was of hyacinths and tuberoses. The Child of Mary cloak was worn during the marriage cer- mony. The bridesmaids, Miss...

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

NEVILLE   PERSONALS     Congratulations are being received   by Mr. and Mrs. H. Hailstone on the   birth of a son at Bathurst District Hospital. * * * i )' Mrs. M. F. Lassey and son, Ray. travelled to Lithgow for thie school holidays. j Mrs. G. H. Radbum and two sons, j: Bruce and Clive, are visiting Sydney I for the school vacation. / * * * [ Other visitors to the City are Mrs. I ; Reg. Toole and family. - * * * | Mrs. B. Sampson and family are i holidaying at Orange. ? * * * . j Mr. and Mrs. R. Brill, accompanied . . by their daughter, Muriel, travelled -.'- to Ganmain for the annual school I; vacation. * * * ? jii' Visitors to Neville are Pte. Wafc'^yf. and Misses Marie and Jenny Regan. They are staying with their grand- ,;.(f mother, Mrs. A. Cock. {g®

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

UKfULs i JH I w X ON THE WAY ! To-day, wool, fat stock and produce from every corner of the State are summoned to serve the cause of Britain and her Allies, and to meet Australia's war-time needs in food and clothing. Pitt, Son and Badgery Ltd., are vitally playing their part in ensur ing that all consignments sent to their care are marketed under the best possible conditions and receive expert, individual attention through all stages of handling, storage and sale. PITT, SON AND BABGERY LTB. WOOLSROKERS 4 O'Cotwil Street, Sydney; Darby Street, Newcastli |H«1 Branch 0fnce: Boorowa. fflyH Jjjjllfl' tl Licensed Auctioneer^ Stock and Station Agent*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

AUSSIE Pictures LYJMJHlTiST tattirday, September 9, 1944 T '.Tin-Run A ons On The P-c ? ? ? . I ? . TT in 'CORVETTE K225' Support: J0A\ CRAWFORD and MELVYN DOUGLAS in. They All Kissed The Bride' ? large pineapples JZ,? bushel- case, add exchange: ''Jigs, add 4/4 per case freight, s- Chads, Wamuran, Q'land

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Growing Figs From Cuttings [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

I rowing Figs From Cuttings' °^i The fig is perhaps one of the ^^Basiest trees to grow from cut ,^Kngs, and under reasonably good '^Renditions, the amount of growth ^Hnade at the end of one season is :^Hometimes astonishing. buttings about 8 inches long are spared in late winter from yearling od, and those which have a termi l bud and are short-jointed should given preference. All cuts should made through the solid nodes, as ; stem between these is hollow, hen the cuttings are planted it is sirable to cover the exposed bud htly with soil, so that the unfold r leaves will not be scorched by the n owing to lack of roots. Figs can be readily budded or graf 1 in early spring if it is desired to ange the variety of the cutting, and is worthy of note that old wood n be budded quite successfully. The foregoing paragraphs are ken from ,a department pamphlet titled 'The Propagation of Fruit ?ees.' obtainable free on applica -n to the Division of Information id Extension Services, Department ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Orange Wants Research Station [?]MS IT IS "LOGICAL CENTRE" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

3 M)range Wants Research Station liAIMS IT IS 'LOGICAL | CENTRE' I I Orange organisations are agita ting for the establishment of a re earch station at that centre. lomments the Orange 'Leader': rhe matter of a research station for nge has been taken up with the .i«rtimpnf anr! rhp rlaimc r\f t-UIc tnu.n itei^Bingly pressed. Special subcommit Hcs^P have been appointed and these are tb^Hl on the way and will soon present ioi^Bs and figures to prove to the Gov 'er^fcent that Orange is the logical cen for an Agricultura'i Research Sta us^BThc committee has also been busy in :ho^B matter of electricity for rural areas. Orange Municipal Council has iro^Kcd to prepare plans for the eventual cr^Htrification of the whole district and Research Committee has offered its support. The support of Mr. A'ifred ABfchen, the Canobolas Shire Engineer, also been offered to the Council n ?gratefully accepted. t ^?The committee hopes eventually to be r to get Government subsidy to help f ^Bncc the exten...

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[?]UBLIC MEETING TO [?]CUSS REHABILITATION [?] RETURNED SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

IjrLIC meeting to KrUSS REHABILITATION E RETURNED SOLDIERS I A public meeting to discuss the atriation and rehabilitation of [cturning men has been fixed for Blayney. Xc take place in the Council «ibers on Tuesday, 12tb Seo |temt-er, consideration will be given t0 rt*(.|format'on °f local commit LfM throughout the Shire to deal kith the matter. ' In view of the many problems facing the return of members of the Forces to civilian life, it is hoped that a record attendance will be present to lend assistanse in for mulating plans foil the soldiers' fut ure.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RECOVER CRUDE OIL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

RECOVER CRUDE OIL Six leading oil companies on the United States West coast, acting co operatively. have just completed a 3,000,000, dollars plant calculated to 'capture' upward of 60,000,000' bar rels of underground crude oil which would otherwise be lost. The plant is located in the San Joaquin Valley in southern California. It will take condensate, an oil held in suspension in the form of vapor by pressure, and convert it into wet gas from which a high gravity oil fraction to supply material for avia- j tion gasoline and other products can ' be obtained. The cost of the plant has been in dicated as equivalent to five cents a barrell advance on all recoverable oil in the field but it is regarded as not too high if full success attends the operations. Printed and published by Rav niond James Neve for the pro prietors, R. J. Nevo and Co., N.S.W

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRODUCTION GO[?] FOR POTATOES [?] MAIZE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

PRODUCTION GOi FOR POTATOES i : MAIZE Production goals aimed at f - f 1944-45 season in respect' of ~ toes and maize in the. Sbi Waugoola. Lyndhurstand Bo;' are as follows: Potatoes .. .. .. ... 4.00C i,i . . ? *1 TA ? » Maize ?? ? ? 1 /yj Information to ? this . effect is . nie available by Cowra War Agikii;'i r.i Committee, the chairman, Mr. W.Vij i.::: Brown, adding that: the great busk -?« the area for potatoes will be corn net! u- localities within Lyndhurst Shin- O cil. - . The figures for . potatoes show ,. wrfc? increase on the 1943-44 season, ihi» ft'.v ure for that period being 2,390,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GROWERS IN CENTRAL WEST FORM NEW DISTRICT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

GROWERS IN CENTRAL WEST FORM NEW DISTRICT COUNCIL Central western vegetable grow ers, at a conference in Millthorpe, formed a Vegetable Growers' Asso ciation Western District Council. Mr. D. Whiley was elected president and Mr. J. Bcntlcy, honorary secretary and treasurer. The Council is representative of the following Vegetable Growers' Associa tions. Mi'ilthorpe, Oberon, Bathurst, Blayney. Dubbo, Wellington, Forbes, Cudal, Parkes and Orange. The problem of canning pea prices was discussed, and it was unanimously agreed that representations be made to Professor Copland through the Vege table Prices Advisory Committee for a more satisfactory, price. Council also agreed on the need for a groweis' representative to be inclu ded on the N.S.W. Vegetable Prices Ad visory Committee. Federal members will be approached to support the demand for this re'pnisentation. 'Formation of the Western District nnnril U nnp r»f rW mnif nrnorpwivp developments within the Vegetable Growers' Association ...

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