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

NEVILLE PERSONALS After spending a very enjoyable holiday at Lithgow. Mrs. M. F. Las eey and son, Ray. have returned home. ; n * * * Vr b. O'Brien is visiting Sydney : where he will undergo medical treat- ? ment. * * The Collins family, of Neville, j have taken up residence at Therl- . meer. where Mr. Collins is relieving j at the Post Office. j * « * After spending a most enjoyable two months' leave with his parents, Ur and Mrs. Sydney McGregor. LA.C A. McGregor has rejoined his unit ~ ?

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNABLE TO PROCEED Lyndhurst Shire Electricity Move [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

UNABLE TO PROCEED Lyndhurst Shire J Electricity Move . I \ CIRCULAR was received at the monthly meeting of the Turon Shire Council on Friday from Lynd hurst Shire Council, acknowledging receipt of Council's letter wherein it advised that Turon Shire was pre pared to appoint delegates to attend i -x v/uiuciciiv/c tu uiatuoo liic uiaiici - of reticulation of electricity. As the I Orange and Bathurst Councils were i not prepared to attend the con- j ference, council said it was unable j to proceed further in the matte* at I the present time. j I ?

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farm Machinery At Cowra Show This Week Valued at £11,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

Farm Machinery At Cowra | Show This Week Valued at £11,000 Twenty-four farming machines, valued at approximately £11,000, will be displayed at Cowra Show on Tuesday and Wednesday by the Cowra Machinery Pool. Several of it. ^ iirtftistVi inpliiflp ve?e tne uuwuuico, ******* w ci table units, will be demonstrated by pool operators and mechanics, who are expertly conversant with their mechanism.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Japanese Deathroll 231 In Fanatical Break From Camp [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

Japanese Deathroll 2 231 In Fanatical | Break From Camp § ? j ' In an official statement, the Prime Minister (Mr. \ I Curtin) states that over 900 Japanese prisoners of war were involved in an unprovoked mass attack on Australian guards at a prisoner of war camp in Australia, at 2 a.m., on August 5 last. / Of that number, 195 were killed or died of wounds, \ 180 were wounded, and 36 suicided. 'The Japanese had aimed themselves with mess knives, baseball clubs and other im provised weapons. They set their sleeping huts alight and then rushed the .fences of the camp,' said Mr. Curtin. , 'The Japanese naa prepared them selves with extra clothing, gloves and padding for surmounting or passing through the wire fences. 'Those who escaped into the in ternal camp road endeavored to break out of the gates at each end of the camp. 'Large numbers who escaped through the outer fence of , the camp attacked and killed an Australian machinegun crew and attempted to storm the gar rison quarters. 'T...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPERSTITIONS REGARDING HEALTH " Don't Believe Them," Says Doctor [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

SUPERSTITIONS REGARDING HEALTH | ' Don't Believe Them,' Says Doctor A book that every person should read is 'Don't Believe It, Says the Doctor,' | written by Dr. A. A. Thomen. It does some splendid debunking of popular i stories and superstitions — of which there j are' thousands — regarding health and ' sickness. j Une of the most common misbeliefs is ; that, if a woman who is about to become j a mother is frightened, her child when born will probably bear a birthmark, ' which may show some resemblance to the cause of the fright. I Dr. Thomen explains that this false j notion has an ancient origin, but it is now established beyond any doubt what- ( soever that there is not the slightest truth in the unfortunate superstition. It is known with certainty that there is no nervous connection between the mother . and the unborn child. The numerous stories which are beard are merely coin cidences often with the slighest associa tion value', and , most often embellished with imaginative de...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lameness In Lambs [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

Lameness In I Lambs I Lameness in lambs may be -i:- t a variety of causes, but the ^ monest cause is inflammation ,;f th, joints of the legs, and of the v:,:j0lll types of this condition non.su; purat ive arthritis is probably tin font which is most frequently encouvienyi It isl caused by a: specific germ, whict after entering the animal's Vv.iv. jn vades the blood stream and thei rapidly establishes, itself in the luu^ A common means of infection j- , on lamination of wounds following tail ing or marking, emphasising th. ? nee, for marking lambs on clean gi'imd The operation should be uriei out away from sheepyards ami sheet camps. Contaminated soil is :;n im' portant source of infection, ami con sequently it' is useless taking nieti. culous precautions against im'i.i-ticn during operations if the sheep are permitted to return to their 0]( camps. Here the lambs will lie ,i0W| with the fresh wounds in contart v-itl the badly infected ground. The idea is to confine the sheep with a t...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO DETAILED EXAM RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

NO DETAILED EXAIvf RESULTS SYDNEY, Monday. — Detail, subjects in which candidates i'or',u Intermediate Certificate Exami:,an ' arc successful this year will noi ?n made available for publication Published results will comr only names of successful candida^J There will be no A or B passcr^C ted, but candidates merely wi Iff i, advised that they have pasted ed in particular subjects. flH

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War Of Nerves Waged By Mosquitoes [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

War Of Nerves Waged By Mosquitoes It gets very lonely flying over Germany at night. Miaybe ,if you are one of 1000 or more bombers it is a little bit Interest ing. But when you are on in trader missions you have prac tically the whole of the sky to yourself, except for seaitehlighte and tons of flak over 'hot spots.' Mosquito bombers go out alone on nre-stoKing' ana -nuisance missions almost every night, fly ing perhaps 1300 miles in the round trip to drop a blockbuster. Scores of them leave English bases every night for different destinations, but all of them go abroad with the same purpose. They may fly over half a dozen cities without even firing a shot. They rely upon their amazing speed to keep out of mischief. The Mosquitoes play a very major part in the war of nerves. Night after night, week after week, etc., they range over almost every corner of Germany and occupied territory keeping the population awake with screaming warning sirens and drop ping 'blockbusters' into still ...

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 — 13 September 1944

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Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Havoc Bomber Well Known [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

Havoc Bomber Well Known Havoc bombers have caused great destruction to German taigas.' H«t is one awing over the battlefront in northern France after it to dropped its bombs. ? ? ?' 4

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Important Aspect Of Good Feeding [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

An Important Aspect Of Good Feeding A further feature of the 'Agricultu- ral Magazine of the Air' women's sup plement broadcast recently was a dis cussion on an aspect of good feeding that is rarely, if ever, fully explained. I The address was given by Mrs. Aitken. 'All know a little at least about the I need for sufficient calories in the daily I diet,' she said, 'but there is one im portant food element about which most people seem rather vague. This is pro tein. If we ate no protein, the tissues of the body would starve to death, even if we had plenty of fat and car bohydrate in the diet. Even in the adult, who has finished growing in size, the tissues are' being constantly repaired and rebuilt, and the most important of the materials needed for tissue building is protein. 'The amount of protein necessary can be worked out according to the' exact weight of each individual, but it is sufficient for the average person to , know that an adult will get sufficient protein of excellent...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MIGHT SUCCEED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

MIGHT SUCCEED A young Melbourne publicity ex pert has launched a campaign to boost the birthrate. He says that a number of business men intend to tie up their future advertising for infants' food and BW l«» V Wkh his 'Have More Babies Campaign. Wi'b °''m I

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
McKell Claims Water Plans Progressing [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

McKell Claims Water Plans Progressing (By Mr. W. J. McKeJl M.I-.A Premier of N.a.W ) Though Government activities in connection with water, soil and forest conservation were co ordinated and placed under the control of the newly-constituted Minister of Conservation less than three months ag®, already work has extended far beyond the organisation of staff and other incidentals to practical operations Of particular interest to country people at the present juncture, when I preparation is being made by my Gov I ernment to implement important I postwar works, are the surveys now I being carried out in connection with j the proposed water conservation schemes on the Clarence. Macquarie and; Tumut Rivers and the flood pre i \ enticn and drainage scheme for the ! Eastern Riverina, including the use ! of Lake Tirana as a flood trap, j The Clarence conservation proposal j envisages not only the supply of water for irrigation on a very con siderable scale, but also the pro vision of adequate ...

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 — 13 September 1944

Cook Bros BLAYNEY ANNOUNCE that they nave been ap pointed by the Agricultural Depart ment as SOLE AGENTS 2N TH! CARCOAR DISTRICT for receival of all Vegetable grown under contract wit) the Commonwealth Govern ment. Also Sole Agents for receival ? ' jcally grown Potatoes under to Cio vera ment contract scheme. FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIED ON APPLICATION. AH. Collins LICENSED STOCK AND STATIC' AGENT. Agency for Unit nsuranne C *-t. PHONE: NEVILLE! 9 ? ? ? ? _J- mm mmm CAN REED & SON (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney. 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. Local Representative: Mr. Artbqr Higgs 'PHONE: CARGOtAR 3. ' ' ? ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

Hje's Wearing ' if Your Wool! I#, f f In the air, on the seven seas, and on the battle-fronts of a ' |V j world at war, Australian wool is making a vital contribution ^ « to the victory of the United Nations. . i '1 ' Stock and produce grown on Australian soil are also serving on the food front at home and abroad. Pitt, Son and Badgery are proud to continue in war as in so many years of peace, their association with the growers and .producers, and to maintain long-established standards of expert individual service in handling, storage and^sale. «?- §§(«*.,. PITT, SON AND BU8ERT LTD. 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney; Darby Street, Newcastle. ^'CCn$^ Auctioneers , Stock and Station Age/tit it./.- ' ? The Sheep P ? : May Cut XjEBL ? well or otherwise in accordance with seasonal conditions. Shearing I, L, r : jnay be earlier or later than usual. Various factors can influence . Ss ' \ ' it. But whether the clip is light or heavy, is shorn on time or not, I! thp words below provide advice which...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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World's Biggest Dairy Company [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

World's Biggest [Dairy Company I'ractically all the dairy factories in v Zealand were co-operative com ies, owned and run by producers, 1 J. G. Barclay, High Commissioner New Zealand, in an address at recent State conference of the v South Wales Agricultural Bur 'he New Zealand Co-operative iry Company, Auckland Province, s the largest dairy company in the rid, and produced nearly one-third the butter and cheese in New iland. Practically all the dairy ds of more than thirty cows were ked by machine and 90 per cent, the dairy herds wfere of that size, although the population of New ilarul was only about 1^ millions — -ut one-quarter of that of Aus lia — the value of New Zealand's ports last year was £80,000,000, rich represented probably the high ; a mount, per head of population, of -' country in the world. Dairy chiefly butter and cheese, ?ri?' about £28.000,000, wool '!'it £20 000,000, and meat nearly ?????'?Jii.OGO. The balance of the export 'nade up of skins and hides, ;j, liax ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COAL MINING BY MACHINE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

COAL MINING feY MACHINE Irhe following particulars are taken m 'The Engineer': rhe 950B Bucyrus-Erie Excavator employed by the Binkley Coal Co. Indiana in coal-mining. ;t weighs 1,100 tons. , ts bucket has a capacity of 30 bic yaras. Its bucket operates about once per nute. :t lifts 40 to 45 tons at each 'cut.' :t handles 2,000 to 3,000 tons per it'. i can dump its load 70ft. above ; -r level. t can dump its load 200ft from ere it picked it up. t has 32 different electric moters, iging from one-eight to 1,000 horse ver. t is mounted on 4 caterpiller cks, on which it can be moved and ered under its own power, t is operated by one man, who - at the controls in his cabin at height of a three-story building. Lnd our doddering 'leaders' still ieve that they will unltimately be e to find work for everybody ovided the standard of living is -t low enough!) — 'New Era.'' - ~ i

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Electricity On Farms [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

Electricity On Farms What part is Electricity destined to play on Austral ian farms in Australia, in the future? The following article shows what it is doing on New Zealand farms. There may perhaps, be doubters among the farmers; solid conserv atives who wonder whether elec tricity for the farm is worth the money it costs. If there are, one trip across the Tasman to New Zealand, and a day or two of travelling the wide areas where power wires run from roadways to every farm house, would make them enthusiasts for the scheme. You can travel from end to end of the Dominion, wandering far from the main roads, and never lose sight of the power wires or stop at township where there is not an electricity sup ply office. There are a few odd corners of the country to which the network does not reach, but they are hard to find and, as the reticulation programme goes steadily on, they are rapidly disappearing. What gave the Dominion its lead in the widespread distribute of power was its geograp...

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 — 13 September 1944

LA.RGE pineapples S'ilinJ?USh*i Case, add exchange: „ f ^ 4/4 per case freight. ' ^hildg, Wamuran, Q'land

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944

IN MEMORIAM BLOWES. In loving memory of mv dSrlin^ da^ Oliver 4 i vL io ' who Passed away September 13, 1942. A precious one from us is gone; A voice we loved is stilled. vacant in our hojtie Which never can be filled! — piserted by his loving wife and family.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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