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ELECTRIFICATION OF MAIN WESTERN LINE IN POST WAR PERIOD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

ELECTRIFICATION OF MAIN WESTERN LINE IN POST-WAR PERIOD I Mr. T. J. Hartigan has written to [ Mr. R. E. O'Halloran, M.L.A., as fol lows. 'Referring to our conversation re cently regarding electrification of the, main lines in the post-war period, a | grear deal depends, of course, upon the J / power station development and electrical ! inter-connection in the areas concerned. In the cast of the Western line, pro posals have been included in the post war programme for the electrification of the main line as far as Lithgow, and, I with the development of secondary in- 1 dustry in the Bathurst and Orange dis- 1 tricts, an extension of the electrified area i to these towns is a feasible proposal.' j This was in reply to Mr. O'Ha'ilora'n's request for electrification to be extended! as farasOrange.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

BLAYNEY TOWN TALK Congratulations to Spr. Frank Sulli van (A. IF.) and Mrs,. Sullivan (nee Miss Mary Prosser), of Blayney, on the arrival of a daughter, at Carcoar District Hospital on September 3. Mary Ann is the name chosen for the babe'. * * * Mr. Jim Perkins, of Bembrick © Sons staff, who recently suffered a severe attack of 'flu, has now made a good recovery. * * * Mr. Le&. McNamara, of Blayney, em ployed in the railway department, suf fered a painful accident a few days ago. Whilst handling a heavy case it fell on his wrist, breaking one of the bones, and necessitating an enforced spell from work. * * * Rainfall registrations at B'layney post office for August totalled 177 points. This makes the amount for eight months 1 009 points. * * * A community concert, in aid of the Catholic bazaar funds, that took place at the Convent School room at Blay ney on Sunday night, was a great sue cess. A varied programme was thorough ly enjoyed by a large crowd of patrons. Master Pet...

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Carcoar In The Eighties Activities of Municipal Council and P.P. Board [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Carcoar In The Eighties Activities of Municipal I Council and P.P. Board Perhaps few towns in the State has experienced such a vast change as Carcoar in the past 40-50 year's, writes a correspondent. Looking through some old files of the 'Chronicle. ' I nntirp thaf fhp re venue received by Carcoar Municipal Council (since incorporated in Lynd hurst Shire) in 1891 was £91, which included a Treasury grant of £30/7/8, he continues. That, with a balance from the pre vious year, left £231/14/11.. The aldermen of Carcoar certainly spent as they finished the year with a credit of £18. I l 11K U1SKQI UAJJUIlUJUUIt WdS 111 111C purchase of blue stone screening for £40. The salary of the Council Clerk was £22/10/1. £605 IN DESTRUCTION OF HARES. In the same year, Carcoar Pastures Protection Board paid out the sum of £. (SOS fnr rhp Hpsrmrf-irm r»f 54 000 hare^ at 2d. to ,3d. a scalp. Wallabies, too, must have caused the Board some concern, as it paid £275 for the scalps of 23,700 of the then n...

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Penalised Says F. & S. Chief FARMERS WANT COSTS STABILISED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Penalised Says F. & S. Chief FARMERS WANT COSTS STABILISED I Primary producers had long been penalised because costs had not been stabilised in conjunction with prices. Making that point at an F. and S. dinner at Dubbo, the General President (Mr. Bert Cole, Molong) said a great responsibility devolved on the F. and S. Association to continually press for guaranteed minimum prices for primary commodies. for a long peribd with pro vision to adjust costs of production. This was a privilege enjoyed by other classes of the community, including even the basic wage earner, and the time was overdue when the same principle should be conceded to primary produ cers, Mr. Cole said. At the present time, it was possible to stabilise prices and within a month or two for them to get out of balance, due to fluctuating costs. When practi tally all other sections of the Aus tralian economy was protected, it was unjust for the producer to be left un protected. Some progress had been made toward...

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

Had Hopes Wandering down Whitehall, a signt seeing New Zealand soldier approach ed a cockney road sweeper. 'Which side is the War Office on, Sam,' he asked amicably. 'Blimey,' returned the Cockney. 'I don't know Guv'ner. I 'opes it's on our side.'

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ADDITIONAL POWERS DEMANDED Mitchell Regional Committee Formed EIGHT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

ADDITIONAL POWERS DEMANDED Mitchell Regional Committee Formed EIGHT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Legislative and administrative powers will be demanded for the Mitchell Regional Committee, the local government members of which were appoint ed at a conference at Orange on Saturday. The conference, which was held by those Councils from the Central West [ crn Confederation which belong to the Mitchell Region, decided that the State Government's reported intention to re strict regional . committees to advisory organisations should be strenuously op posed. The conference elected eight (instead of six) council representatives to the Mitchell Regional Committee, and it was ' decided to send a deputation to the Pre- I mier (Mr. McKKell) , urging him to ac cept the appointment of eight, so as to \ m c luidi guve&uuieiit uuuiti a great er say in the activities of the region. Bathurst was elected as the headquar ters of the Region. The following delegates were present: Lyndhurst, Crs. Hood ...

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

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Britain Most Mechanised Country [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Britain Most Mechanised Country To what extent is the develop, merit of 'mechanised' farming in Great Britain going to affect Australian and New Zealand ex ports of primary produce to that country after the war? This question is suggested by a message wmcn gives some particulars i of a report by a joint Parliamentary and Scientific Committee on Britain's postwar agricultural policy. The report lays stress on the scien tific basis underlying: the wartime agricultural developments which lias resulted in Britain being 'probably the most highly mechanised country in the world.' It open3 up the pros pect, says the cable, that British agri culture in peace time will beat its own wartime world record It is interesting to read that by the end of 1943 British farmers were us ing 165,000 tractors, compared with 55,000 in 1939. This was due partly to the efforts of Britain's technical industries and partly to the intensi 1 fied research carried out by sucli or ganisations as the Agricultural M...

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Allied Liaison Plane In Burma [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Allied Liaison Plane In Burma An American ground crewman spins the propeller as a U.S. L-5 pre pares to take off from a landing strip which Allied forces constructed on a paddy field in Northern Burma. The tiny, highly manoeuvrable. , plane, known as the 'flying jeep,' has proven valuable for reconnaissance work because it can throttle down to the speed of an automobile. It can fly at a low speed while directing artillery fire or movements of tanks or troops. Because it can climb almost vertically after only a short take off run. it can operate from cow pastures, highways or other improvised landing fields. U.S. Office of War Information Picture.

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Delay In Getting "New World" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Delay In Getting 'New World' Do not expect a marvellous world with a great number of labor-saving SSti' Mediately after the war two scientists cautioned at a fact forum' of the Industrial Marketers of New Jersey at the Essex House. Dr Frank K. Schofield, technical '. A ? ja.4- rtf fiiA rh^mirAl div stiDenntenuciiu v* u*v ? ifiira of the B. F. Goodrich Company, Airmn Ohio, warned that the 'nation piirtniri guard itself against pipe dreams of Aladdin-like advances im mediately following the cessation of hostilities' 'If people are unable to use elec tronics instead of hired girls to run their kitchens for a few months after the war, no great harm will be done,' be ' 'Instead, we should be main ly concerned with constructive {plann ing concerning employment and like problems.' D. D. Knowles, manager of elec tronics engineering for the West inghouse Lamp Division, Bloomfield, said: 'Except in radio and television and an application such as precipitation dirt from the air, the general pu...

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Meant Big Reduction [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Meant Big Reduction The story goes that a famoi erican hostess once demanc lrr 'rVm.t Fritz Kreisler cl:.- ? wiv :i. -??? ?? an ? :.-n- ?; :;v ?. a 1'.:. ' i agr l ? - -jsv remeirVr ihat 1 -'.- to nimble v. ' \ 'In that csae 1 assured her, 'my fee will be o thousand dollars.'

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Wedding. GAGEN—PYE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Wedding GAGEN— PYE   A wedding of much local interest     celebrated at St. Mark's Church of Eng- land, Brighton Le Sands, Sydney, on the 12th instant, the contracting parties be- ing Christopher, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gagen, of East Guyong, and Ella Edna, daughter of Mr. A. T. Pye and the late Mrs. Pye, of Brigton Le Sands. The fellowship, of which N has been leader, had adorned the church with beautiful floral decorations. Wear- ing a shower bouquet of sweet peas, stocks, and charmingly attired in a dress of figured satin with a dainty t? held in place with orange blossoms, net, the petite bride entered the church to the strain of 'The' Bridal Ch? the choir. This was followed by the hymn 'O, Perfect Love.' Frocked in heavy figured silk and wearing a hat to tone, Mrs. Bell Kelly attended the bride at matron of honor. Her bou- quet was of sweet peas, stocks and daf- odils. As best man Mr. George ?- ville carried out his duties as best man whil...

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OBITUARY Mrs. Geraldine Purcell [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

OBITUARY Mrs. Greraldine Purcell The death took place under distres- sing circumstances a few night ago of Mrs. Geraldine Purcell, wife of Mr. Wil- liam Purcell, and youngest sister of Mr. R. E. O'Halloran, member for Orange, at a private hospital at Artarmon. Besides her sorrowing husband, she left an infant girl a couple of hours old,   and a four-year-old daughter, Gael.   Mrs. Purcell was the youngest daugh-           ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. C. O'Halloran, Mr. R. E. O'Halloran be-     ing the eldest of nine children. Two sis-   ters now survive, Mrs. Vernon Cooper   and Sister Noreen O'Halloran, of Queen   Alexandria Royal Nursing Corps, of Great Britain, she having been in Lon- don when war broke out. Surviving brothers are Oscar (Chem-   ist, Bathurst) , Virgil (barrister and of-   ficer in...

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Mr. George Francis Mills [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Mr. George Francis Mills   The death took place at the Dubbo   Base Hospital recently of Mr. George Francis Mills, well-known farmer of Eulomogo district.   He had lately been residing at Mary- vale Post Office. He was born at New- bridge, and spent practically all his life in the Dubbo district, with the excep- tion of ten years in Western Austra-   lia, where he was married to Miss Eva   Thornett. He is survived by his wife and the following family: Edna (Gcurie), Nor- man (RAAF), Thelma (Mrs. G. Hub-   bard, Maryvale). Mavis (Mrs. D. Moore, Maryvale), and Leslie (AIF). A son, George (RAAF), was killed in England.

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Lyndhurst Shire Loses Fine Citizen Death of Mr. "Reg" Fagan [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 6 September 1944

Lyndhurst Shire Loses Fine         Citizen   Death Of   Mr. 'Reg' Fagan With the passing of Mr. W. R.   ('Reg') Fagan, of Mandu- rama, in Lewisham Private   Hospital, Sydney, on Saturday last, Lyndhurst Shire district has lost one of its staunchest sup- porters. To the fore in all moves that   had for their aim the progress and development of the area, Mr. Fagan found time also to set a lead in patriotic functions, es- pecially those in aid of Austra- lia's prisoners of war. As chairman of Carcoar P.P. Board and President of Carcoar Mandurama-Lyndhurst Repatriation Committee, 'Reg' Fagan's interests covered a wide field, embracing sport, radio, industry and commerce. For his outstanding steadfastness as Catholic layman, he was in 1933 in- itiated by Pope Pius XI with a dis- tinguished Papal Honor, being made a Knight Commander of St. Gregory the Great. There are only ...

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

The Funeral Amidst manifestations of profound   sympathy and regret, the funeral took place to the family burial ground at Lyndhurst in the presence of one of the largest and most representative gather- ings seen in the district. Prior to the burial Requiem Mass was   celebrated in the beautiful little church   of St. Lawrence at Mandurama, almost within shadow of the deceased's native   home. His Lordship, Dr. Norton, Bishop of Bathurst, was the celebrant, and was assisted by Rev. Fr. Wisely (Carcoar), Rev. Fr. J. Sheehan Adm. (Orange) and Rev. Fr. T. Eviston (Mo- long). In the Sanctuary were Rev.   Fathers M. J. Dunne Adm. (Bathurst), Very Rev. Fr. E. Gallagher, President   St. Stanislaus' College, ReV. Fathers T.   Brosnan (Canowindra) , P. Casey (Cow- ra), T. Healy (Blayney), F. Gilmartin, C.S.S.R. (Pennant Hills). The church was packed to capacity, and included in the congregation the Sis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

^^SfDHURST SHIRE -CHRONICLE ^ ? --? ? ? ? I WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1944

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

.AUSSIE Picture.' LIMbKniST I Saturday, September I BOB HOPE, at his best. in'ri DOROTHY LAMOUR in ? 'THEY GOT ME COVERED' And: WARREN WILLIAMS, as the ' Lone Wolf,' in : 'One Dangerous Night' four shorts ... . .

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ADVICE TO MOTORISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

ADVICE TO MOTORISTS. I Motorists who left a quantity petrol in the tanks of their cars vii(B they jacked them up several yeaiH ago have asked the N.R.M.A. if thifl petrol is of any use. The AssockUioB says that the lighter fractions v/hicB make for easier starting would iiav® evaporauu ; : :er r period and it possible ♦. -.-ci in. !-? ?:? f-;- rjnB formation in The tank t, -S this pet: o' ; «ho»!d f.,:. ; '-S tank cle :-e-i A1:,; mixed wit.-? ,-\d H

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HOME PRESERVING OF FRUIT JUICES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

HOME PRESERVING 0F| FRUIT JUICES I Spring is here, and weather eoifl ducive to thoughts of cooling drinkH not very far around the corner, ol such beverages there are none sH wholesome as those made from fruil The preservation of fruit juices il the home is quite practicable will little more than the usual kitcheB eouiDment. and ?will enable use to tl made of these health-giving beverage during out-of-season periods, point out a phamphlet just issued by th Department of Agriculture. Becam of then- vitamin and mineral contet and general alkaline reaction in tt body, the dLaily consumption of frul juices is being increasingly advocate by medical authorities and nutritio specialists. A 50 per cent, retontio of vitamin C can reasonably he es pecterl in juices preserved in tk home by the methods describe:1. The pamphlet is entitled 'Th Home Preservation of Fruit Jui'.'es, and is obtainable free on applicatio to the Division of Information ai Extension Services Department 1 Agriculture, Bo...

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