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HOSPITAL MATRONS AND AUXILIARIES : CONFERENCE IN OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

HOSPITAL MATRONS AND AUXILIARIES : CONFERENCE IN OCTOBER ]yfANY matrons of public hospitals ! throughout the State have already notified their intention of attending the tenth annual general conference of ir.a rons and hospital auxiliaries' delegates in Sydney during the second week in Octo ber. The auxiliaries, which give so much valuable assistance, voluntarily, to public hospitals in New South Wales, will also be well represented by dele gates and members and an interesting programme of special lectures for mat rons, and combined sessions for auxili aries' representatives and matrons, has been planned. In addition to the busi ness addresses on such subjects as 'War- lime Developments in the Work of Hos pita'i Almoners,' 'Occupational Therapy and its place in Rehabilitation,' 'Social Services in New Zealand,' and 'Mother Welfare,' well-known medical men will lecturc to the matrons on subjects rang ing from anaesthetics to industrial medi cine, and spccial visits of inspection to h...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Postwar Aviation [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Postwar Aviation Australian National Airways and Sutler Air Transport had letters before the last Narromine Council meeting stating their interests in Narromine in connection with post war aviation. The first mentioned stated that Narromine was very de finitely included in their programme, while Butler Air Transport Co. said that it was yet premature to make definite plans for the future.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rejects Move To Dissolve Confederation [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Rejects Move To Dissolve Confederation A conference of Mitchell Region councils at Orange on Saturday rejected a motion that the Central Western Confedera tion of L.G Bodies be dissolved. l-i:ring- the discussion, Alder, man D. M. Cregan, of Lithgow, said the three regions mow em braced by the Confederation might be able to find a basis An lirhi/tli fn nr/trb fnr the development of the central west. Cr. Cook (Blaxland) moved that the Confederation be wound up. He said the Mitchell Area would take the place of the Confederation as far as the Councils represented at the Conferen'rp. were concerned. The Confederation had done its work, ha added. Aid. Morse (Bathurst) seconded the motion, and Aid. Cregan (Lith gow) opposed, stating that it was originally intended to establish re gions and maintain the Confedera tion at the same time. He considered there should be a confederation of the various regions 1 (including Mitchell) in the Central West. Such a confederation would be able to spea...

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

Cook Brosp BLAYNEY ANNOUNCE that they have been ?.p-^Bl 3 pointed by the Agricultural Depar'-Hutl ment as SOLE AGENTS 2N THW^ CARCOAR DISTRICT for receival of all Vegetable®!!2 grown under contract wittfc' the Commonwealth Govern® ment. I N ^lso Sole Agents for receival of^B' J ically grown Potatoes under government contract scheme. H FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIED I ON APPLICATION. ? AJf. Collins I LICENSED STOCK AND STATION® AGENT. Agency for Unit nsurance O- H PHONE: NEVILLE 9 ? ] CAM REED & SON IE (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental |H^ Masons. IB Adelaide Street, Blayney. II 'Phone 60. |H, IB Funerals Conducted Reverently IBa and Dignified. IB* Local Representative: IB1' Mr. Arthur Higgs IE ?PHONE: CARCOAR 3. |fl

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Abattoirs For Cowra [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Abattoirs For Cowra I Mr. orvlidir,. Minister for '? ture, will I c-nwir.. 011 next, t o ,1'Lir: with Iocs 1 authoritif ; a tLr question -'fl proposed ftbntviirs for Cow. fl civic ' wi:; be ? i!fl at 2 p.m. ? - Mu.wr, be will T.'ho sisting- oi' Uioni!-'; n X'x ffoola Shire and the Municipal CoujB cils, which has been appoints' V deal with the abattoirs proposal- ?

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Letters to the Edito[?] BOOKS, MAGAZINES' PERIODICALS Wanted By Blayney Patriotic Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Letters to the Edito® BOOKS, MAGAZINES! PERIODICALS I Wanted By Blayney I Patriotic Commit™ Dear Sir, — The Blayney Patriots mittee has been approached by the Library Service for books, mav;.i7-|H and periodicals. These books arc noclB for the men and women of the scr(H ces, not only in the training can-lH but in the military hospitals and tH There is no need for me to ehboH ate on the need for reading matter, rfl there is no need for me to stress ifl fact that there are many magazines jfl books in this district which could J® 1 given in answer to this appeal. TJ j call is therefore made in simple uimH | All publications arc welcome, and be left at rh-- C 'tr- ?~.h ; fl

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Soldier Treats Burmese [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Soldier Treats Burmese At an improvised first aid station, a U.S. Army Medical Corps serjgeant treats a 'Naga sore' on the foot of a turbaned Kacbin, member of a large group of Burmese civilians who are aiding Allied forces battling the Japanese in Northern Burma. Unless given immediate medical attention, the infection, caused by an insect bite or a cut, will eat into the flesh.

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"Alarming" Says F. and General President THREATENED SHORTAGE OF FLOUR IN N.S.W. Mr. Bert Cole Attacks Wheat Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

'Alarming' Says F. and S. General President THREATENED SHORTAGE Op FLOUR IN N.S.W. Mr. Bert Cole Attacks Wheat Policy 'If Mr. Graham is correctly reported, it is an alarming state ? of affairs, and is clear proof of the Government s failure to face up , to the needs of Australia's food production. 1 So commented the General Presi- I dent of the Farmers and Settlers Association (Mr. Bert Cole, Mo long) when interviewed by this pa per concerning a statement by the State Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Graham) that N.S.W. only had 20,000,000 bushels of wheat left and that he was calling the atten tion of the Minister for Cojnmerce to the fact that it might be neces sary to bring flour into this State before the new season's crop was ready for gristing. Mr. Cole said Mr. Graham's statement was very hard to understand in view of the repeated assurances by the Minis ter for Commerce that there was no likelihood of any shortage of wheat arising in New South Wales. 'The general position must ...

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MOULDS USED TO TEST SOIL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

MOULDS USED I TO TEST SOIL I United States Department I ' Agriculture weekly comnientan I reports a new use for moulds I especial interest to ii,i-nL01 H everywhere. ? n,t * ? For long useful in the* I arts-cheese-making, for lexanm aH m/tiil/lc tiaua ^onantlT, J — ? ? — ? ? CUJTO Hi to ti, field of science, notably in m«ijc in the production of penicillin soil science. Now, the U.S. Dena ment of Agriculture is finding- - of the moulds, aspergillus niger C ful as the basis for a quick, p jl* and economical method of detcrny*1 ing whether or not various 0f a rarer elements in soils are essent to plant growth ' la This mould has the same miner requirements as green plants eMCea that it has no need for calcium J con or boron. Almost microscopic th mould is handy to use as a tes* -J ganism where conditions of ex t rem purity are required because 01' th' great importance of extremely quantities of so-called micronuti ient Tests with this mould show tha many of the elements required hi cr...

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Prehistoric 'Roo's Tooth Found In Geurie Quarry [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 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. K. Wilson, of the Australian Museum, and Mr. C. G. Robertson, M.L.A- . says Dubbo 'Liberal.' The age of the tooth is stated to be at least a million years. Tiip mnfh loliirli ik ahnut 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 be had located other material in this quarry at Geurie Mr. Robertson communicated with the museum author I ities and it was arranged that a special investigation officer visit Dubbo. I 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 tes) . The animal measured about 8ft. 6ins. in a sitting position, and, by...

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

| T. G. STAMMERS auctioneer STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAR ? ? ? Sales conducted in Any Part of tft * District Agent For: — Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. . Insurance Compan- ? DOMO SEPARATORS

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

I WHERE to buy the 'CHRONICLE' 'THE CHRONICLE' is cn sale ar t-be following Newsagents: MRS. HEALY, Blayney. W. CLARK. Carcoai. C. J- LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. MRS. ROSSER, Blayney. % J. C. AMOS. Milltborpe. * H. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. UAY 8 DEVENISH, Nevilie. W. H. HILL, Woodstock. V. P. COLLINS, Newbridge. (INDl Y PLACE YOUR ORDER, as newsprint restrictions necessitate a STRICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER 3F EXTRAS PRINTED. ? ? ? ? — — ? ? ?

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Motoring Offence Military Driver Charged At Blayney Court [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Motoring Offence , I Military Driver Charged At Blayney Court m Ernest Clement Woolley, of the Military Forces, was charged by the ? Police at last Blayney Court with an offence under rbe Motor Traffic Act. The chargc was pulling over to the left before he was clcar of a motor car | which he was then overtaking. ! Constable A. P. McGovern, stationed at Mandurama, stated that defendant was drivine a military truck alone the mid-western highway at Mandu^ma, overtaking a car, when he pulled rack to the left too quickly, bumping ,tljc mud guard, causing slight damage. Mr. W. R. L 'Estrange (Blayney), in pleading guilty on behalf of Woolky, informed the Court that his client was an Army truck driver with four ye^r:' overseas's service. On the day in - uc: tion, when attempting to pass the athi-: car, he ble'w his horn, but the orbc: dri ver increased bis speed, and did not pi- '' over sufficiently far enough to allcv :3 1 j truck to pass. Magistrate Brombead recorded a - viction, and Woo...

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BULLOCKS TO £26/5/ AT ORANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

BULLOCKS TO £26/5/ AT ORANGE Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report on last Orange cattlc. sheep, lamb and pig markets as follows: Cattle. — Very light penning of cood quality, the 200 head forward being mainly just trade beef. Prices consid- I | erably better. Best bullocks to £26/5/ 6Veeir7/w20: .COWS 'heifers *17/1/ ; vcaicrs £16/17/. Sheep and Lambs. — About 4.500 for ward, the bulk of which were stores ? only odd pens of good wethers and ewes, scarcity of lambs. Market dearer Best wethers to 40, ewes 37/ and lambs Pigs.— Smallest yarding for some time, only 350. A good display of prime baconers and porkers, and many decent, well-bred stores. Prime sorts were firm er to 5/ dearer, whilst stores remained firm at best of last day's good prices. Heavy baconers to £7/4/6, lighter grades to ±5. porkers to £4/10/6, slips and well grown stores to 50/.

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

NOTICE A REWARD OF £ 150 will b)e 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 thf conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Net ting on 'Coombing Park.'* ANYONE FOUND TRESPASSING, Shooting, liabbiting or Fishing on. 'Coombing Park,' will be prosecuted without respect to pei ?ons. v 20/4/'27. THE WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY LIMITED W. J. Brady, Carcoar Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman and Estate Agent. J- ome Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator. DISTRICT AGENT FOR: ^aiVtmIIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD I All Classes of Insurance). DANGAR, GEDYE 8 MALLOCH LTD WILCOX, MOFFLIN, LTD. S Stocks on hand of: . \ ' PHENOVIS VACCINE. ; V P.K.V. VACCINE. M 40 Per cent- NICOTINE, SULPHATE ?:yp LITTLE'S SUPREME RAPID ACTING DIP -V- 8c- Sc. fV; J. JPADY, Licensed Agent POX 2, PHOWE_^__||i ' CARCOAR LOST.— BUNCH OF KEYS, in...

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Experts Give Some Hints [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Experts Give Some Hints Many useful recipes and hints were given over the air recently bv Miss Winifred Stenhouse and Mrs Aitken in the Women's Sup plement ol the 'Agricultural Magazine of the Air.' Miss Sten house, is Home Science Adviser 4.1m rvvmmnn wealth . Denart ment of Health, Canberra, and Mi-s. Aitken is well known as a nutritional expert. Here, in condensed form, are some of the hints: If you are making- a banana jelly, the bananas will not blacken of they are first cooked in the boiling water r fruit juice before it is poured on to the jelly crystals. The bananas break slightly, but if you find this objection able you can whip the jelly after it starts to set. One dessert which is a help when unexpected guests arrive is rhubarb pie. One can always run out in the garden ana get a little rhubarb, and. as long as you have fat and flour for the crust, and flour and sugar to put with the rhubarb, it does not take long to make the pie. Make the pie in a round tin, like a sandwi...

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FOREST REEFS JUNIOR RED CROSS DOING FINE JOB [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

FOREST REEFS JUNIOR RED CROSS ! DOING FINE JOB The recently formed Junior Red Cross Circle at Forest Reefs Public School has good cause to be proud of its effort in raising the sum of £6/15/ and £8 i 10/. the former being collected from a stall at Beneree on Referendum Day, the latter being raised by the serving of af ternoon tea at a Forest Reefs sale held recently. AM those who helped in the schools fine effort was gratefully thanked.

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

The Science of being 'BROKE' The ooljr dividends you get from cpmd-u-you-90 are down-trodden heels and bayed (rooter cuif». Thrift may be an old-fashioned virtue, but it still keep* * man (or a woman) 'on top oi the world'. By the simple invest ment of oven a few shillings a weak in a Commonwealth Savings Bank account yon can lift yourself out of the rut, and put yourself in a position to assure your future prosperity by the easy purchase oi War BondB or War Savings Certificates. Make a start out of this week's pay envelope. Open a Savings Account WITH THE COMMONWEALTH SAVINGS BANK OF AUSTRALIA THE FARMERS & GRAZIERS CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY CO.. LTD. Head Office : Sydney. Breaches. London, Goulburn, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Orange, Temora, Dubbo, Cowra, Tamworth, Tenterfield. IN PROSPEROUS TIMES, CO-OPERATION ADDS nnAflnmwmr ? ( IU r KUor E.KI 1 1 ! ,N ADVERSE SEASONS, the Benefits of MODERN CO-OPERATION as extended to Primary Producers REDUCES COSTS 1 THE ...

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

£50 REWARD fJVHE above reward will be paid for information leading to the convic tion of any person or persons dama ging wire netting fenciug, interfer ing with flood or netting gates or cutting or removing wire from any of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE.' 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama

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

NEVILLE PERSONALS A C i Lindsay DeVenish spent week i-.d leave with his parents. He has now relumed to camp, * * * Misses Audrey and 'Billy' Molloy are enjoying $he school vacation at the home of their parents at 'SariUa Park.' ; V * * * I jij \ jolting her home, 'Stanfie'id,' fori j ' the school holidays is Miss Iris Ware. 'S I''.' * * * ii; Miss Dulcie Gordon, who has been \ retupcrating at Neville after an appen !]; diic operation, has returned to Lvnd hurst. ,* * * Robert Cameron sustained a severe cut to his finger, and was obliged to 6ecurc medical attention.

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