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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 13 September 1944
I ANNUAL SPRING HORSE SALE |l WEDNESDAY, 4th OCTOBER, 1944 &jl j Commencing at 10 g- m Sharp. M. l'AJBOING will comprise Heavy and Medium DRAUGHTS, Useful Farm ||;f BOSSES. Saddle and Harness Horses and PONIES broken & unbroken. j| -A. Limited Number of Entries Only Will be Accepted. I,, Norman C. Bellamy & Co., Horse Salesmen, Cowra I NOTICE j|i; A- REWARD Of £,150 will bfe paid to the person or persons giving i| Information that will lead to the conviction of anvone STEAL || ING SHEEP from 'Coombing Park.' I A REWARD OF £50 wiU be paid for information leading to thi 1,'' conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Nei | ting on ''Coombing Park.'* t ANYONE FOUND TRESPASSING, Shooting, babbiting or Fishing H 'Coombing Park,' will be prosecuted without resoem to pei |1; ao°8- 2f)/4,:27 I , THE WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY LIMITED I AV. J. Brady, Carcoar. I Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman and Estate Agent Income Tax and Insurance Consul...
Compressing Dehydrated Vegetables [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
Compressing Dehydrated! Vegetables I More than two hundred pounds of dehyrated vegetables hav^^H been allocated in 1944 for the forces and lend-lease, according T. L. Swenson of the United Department of Agriculture, u i rect^^H of the Western Regional ReseanM Laboratory at Albany, Califo^jM where the staff has been concentrate mg on research in dehydration. There is considerable interest, saj Dr. Swenson. in compression of ® hydrated vegetables, not only to f duce bulk but also as a possibl means of improving keeping qualitj TTie western laboratory is concentf&l ing much research effort on conipi'e; sion. If the onions, beets, carrots, a® rutabagas allocated this year by th United States War Food Ad mini5 tration were compressed, it permit the saving of an additions 73,000 ship's tons. Satisfactory nief ods are available for the comprtssi' of these four vegetables. . Research has not yet develops ' satisfactory commercial method the compression of white potat after dehydrati...
£11/8/3 FROM CARCO[?] JUNIOR R.C. CENTRE Aid For Ex-Servicemen's Children [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
£11/8/3 FROM CARC0AM JUNIOR R.C. CENTRE ? Aid For Ex-Servicemen's I Children I The child nen of the Junior Red^H Cross Circle at Carcoar have been instrumental in raising I £11/8/3 for the benefit of deli^J cate children in service and ev. servicemen's families of small means. The Circle was enabled to mak^| this gift as a result of a party give^f oy two of its members. Colleen Jean Howarth, popularly supporte^B by their friends and school-fellow^H Convalescent holidays at the Homes, and other aids to recove^H of health are 'made possible such efforts. Carcoar J.R.C. Circle has sverH reaso^to be proud of its ysistane^H to lqes fortunate children. H
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
BLAYNEY TOWN TAlA a Rlavnev soldier on leave at the present tUne i= Cpl. Tom -Ma|her. tja was one of the earliest v teers, and has seen YS'ttehe The malor portion of the time n to q Jt overseas, and Tom has had a varied and exciting time manurn be rof theatres of war. Of recent months his health has noi um - - best, and at the end of his leave term will receive his discharge. * » * Mr. and Mrs. Ron. Muir and fam ily are at present enjaying a holi day at Wee Waa. i * * * Md. Elias Davis and his son, Ron, of Brown's Creek, left Blayney on Monday morning for a week's holi day at Coonamble. Ron is at present on leave from the Forces, having re cently returned from New Guinea. * * * A brjgM and happy function took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hartlgan on Sunday night when their daughter, Sylvia, wis en tertained on ine occasion ox uei ioui birthday. An attendance of about 40 people was present. Sylvia was the recipient of many nice presents to commemorate the event. Dancing. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
ANNUAL SPRING HORSE SALE WEDNESDAY, 4th OCTOBER, 1944 Commencing at 10 a.m. Sharp. YARDING will comprise Heavy and Medium DRAUGHTS, Useful Farm BOBSEiS, Saddle and Harness Horses and PONIES broken & unbroken. A Limited Number of Entries Only Will be Accepted. Norman C. Bellamy & Co., Horse Salesmen, Cowra NOTICE A REWARD OF £150 will bp paid to the person or persons giving Information that will lead to* the conviction of anyone STEAL ING SHEEP from 'Coombing Park.' _ A SEWARD OF £50 will be paid for information leading to tin conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Net ting on 'Coombing Parte.'' ANYONE FOUND TRESPASSING, Shooting, Rabbiting or Fishing on 'Coombing Park,' will be prosecuted without respfect to pei. ... 20/4/'27. ; THE WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY LIMITED W. J. Brady, Carcoar Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman and Estate Agent Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator. I DISTRICT AGENT FOR: ' COLONHVL MUTUAL FIRE INSURA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
SPECIAL MEETING, called by Lyndhurst Younger Set', will be held on THURSDAY NEXT (21st), at 4.30 P.M. at the Fruit Shop.— B. HINES, Hon. Secretary. CARCOAR PASTURES PRO TECTION BOARD Notice Of Extraordinary Election, 4 'A' Division JT is hereby notified that an Extra ordinary Election for one Director to represent the above Division of j the Carcoar Pastures Protection Board will be held, and that WED NESDAY, 4/10/1944, has been fix ed as the Day of Nominations of Candidates at such election. Candidates qualified for such Elec tion must have their names on the Roll for the Division they wish to represent, and have paid all rates and charges due by them t0 the Board, and must be nominated by no less than Three persons who are en titled to vote for that particular DiVismri All nominations must be made on the prescribed form and contain the consent of the person nominafted. Nomination papers are available on application to the undersigned All nomination papers must be delivered hi f°rw...
Nominations By October 4 New Carcoar P.P. Board Director. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
Nominations By October 4 New Carcoar P.P. Board Director. Nominations for the position of director on Carcoar P.P. Board to fin the vacancy caused by tne death of the late Mr. R. J. Fla gs n, most be lodged and be in the 1»«k1« of the Acting Stecre. taiy by October 4. _ _ 1 The election applies to A Division of the P.P. District. The other direc tor for the division is Mr, rt. jvLorri son (Hobby's Yards). The Division takes in Blayney, Millthorpe district (not town areas), Forest Reefs, Carcoar, Mandurama, Lyndhurst (down to Limestone Creek), Hobby's Yards and neighbor- 1 ing areas. , , . t Rolls are now being exhibited at Police Stations and post-offices throughout A Division, and applica tions from persons claiming eligibil ity to vote must be in the hands of the Acting Secretary by September 30. Ratepayers who are enrolled are eligible to vote, but those whose names are not on the list but who claim they should be are obliged to make application for enrolment. BALLOT PAPERS. Ball...
Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
Lyndhurst Personals Mr. G. Winterbottom, of 'The Lau rels.' Garland, was operated pn for ap pendicitis at Carcoar F^ospital last week. » » » Mr. A. Perie journeyed to Sydney to meet nis nepnew, junior engineer Alex Perie. of the Merchant Navy, who recently arrived from Scatland. * * * Mr. R. Boys has been holidaying in the Crookwell district with relatives. * * * Miss M. Kind left for Condobolin last wppk to hp rhp onoEf of Mr. and Mrs. S. Weaver. I * * * | After spending a holiday with her sister at Leichhardt, Mm. J. White has returned to her home -31. Garland, * * * i Mrs. T.. Toshack. of Gariand, was! confined to her room for some days with a septic throat. j ? ... ..t - ' * * Mrs. B. Death is a patient in Car coar Hospital, having been operated on for appendicitis. ^ ^ Mr. O. Emms came up from Lithgow to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Emms, of 'Fairview.' * * * In last 'Chronicle,' it was inadver tently stated that Mrs. B. McGrath had gone to Sydney for her ...
No Pay For Overtime [?]ayney Electrical Engineer Puts Case [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
No Pay For Overtime Iayney Electrical Engineer Puts Case I Lyndhurst Shire Electrical En gineer submitted a case for pay ment of overtime in his report to the September meeting of the Shire Council. Mr. Johnston stated. For some years past, a considerable | ?lion of my time has been occupied ! U tU* r-o -,~A I Ijj -ui uiu UV tiaigiJL Ol LJJU vney water supply, apart altogether n the supervision of the construc l of the Blue Hole works. Since my regular duties of Eiectri Engineer cannot be put aside, the .1 duties undertaken necessitate that ? I. ? » omuuiu \JI \\\j 111U5L I performed in my own time, and I iider it fair and reasonable that i c recompense should be made. j On more than one occasion, a ma- I water supply breakdown has re- J cd me to employ my full staff on work of repair. This has necessi 1 the staff being paid overtime, up louble rates, whereas 1 have not re :d an extra payment. Every summer, as the Council is re, it is necessary to maintain a strict constant supervis...
[?] School [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
School I ' be , Ex,,. a rtmenv of Education is being ?'?' fiaicd 'nth requests from various seeking to be the 'location of the '0;., iseJ \gricultural High School to Central-Western districts. As ?4'- hcAV.-vu-, no definite location has cl:u , .. and so it is officially stated, ' be done until such time as ?J-' '? :oni ;ds are available to proceed *':;b ? ?
[?]terv Death [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
' iterv Death ).3 possible that a man w ho was : over by a utility truck on the I ? ,ear Stuart Town last week was . - at the time the vehicle struck I i.i. He was George Leslie Miller, j a-age pensioner, who resided at r hajn; ' near Stuart Town. De- 1 ? - _*ii is believed .to have been on --adway just over the crest of a vhen a motor utility truck ap hed from the other side. Al jh the brakes were applied when Iriyer saw the man he was too and the vehicle passe-j ovetf him. it was impossible- to determine ? ? iir or not death, had occurred at ?iane of the accident a post i examination was ordered.
[?] Again [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
?^?U cillin Again I la st Cll'n was flown from Dubbo si wegj,. to save the life of Sandra, j lighter of Mr. and Mrs. I D^ro- Morrison, of Hill-street Parkes. J t0 ' w.Ei J-rfwger ccmtacted Sydney P«u uie arug and was aaviseo it from the Dubbo Hospital. ?P.S. flew a special plane to tor the drug, which was ad 'ed to the child and proved f Sandra is a patient of 'the