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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

T. G. STAC V AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND STATION \ CARCOAR \ ? ? — - Sales conducted In Any Part of OK District Agent For: — Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. Insurance Company ; ! DOMO SEPARATORS

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

1 WHERE to buy the 'CHRONICLE' I HE CHRONICLE' is cn sale ar the ] swing Newsagents: | MRS. HEALY, Blayney. W. CLARK, Carcoai. C. J- LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. MRS. ROSSER, Blayney. J. C. AMOS, Millthorpe. Q. H. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. MAY 8 DEVENISH, Neville. ' W, H. HILL, Woodstock. V. I5- COLLINS, Newbridge. DjlY PLACE YOUR ORDER, as sprint restrictions necessitate a JCT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER EXTRAS PRINTED.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Nothing To Prevent Early Start" First Phase Of Central Tablelands Water Supply Scheme [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

'Nothing To Prevent Early Start' First Phase Of Central Tablelands I Water Supply * : Scheme There is nothing tQ preven - ; early start being made on ^ first phase of the Central TV lands Water Stapply Scheme, vises the Minister for Pi Works. In a communication to Mr.', (Member for Young), the M . adds that, as a^ result of the val by the Loan Council, the s .n. £30,000 was now available to p ,.i: nf +-10 ciinnlv of nrlAitfrmal wnln1' ~:.i the town of Grenfell by. pu r c-y.'R from the Lachlan River at Gi '? n oi; INSPECTION BEING MAI'! When asked to comment or; , ° tne scneme m general, Mr, s. ;? said that the consulting en^m*. ? were ready to proceed, and one D - nrincln als jy-. Ct: Davev had rn\--r ably began certain inspections wl;k included a visit to Wirrimah, Bendu «? Murrell and Koorawatha, which, with adjacent areas, are anxious to be embraced in , the Central Tallin lands Scheme. J' '1 am hoptaful of an early start being made,' went on Mr. Qsu wn ^wgplt ft* repwt frtMB' th...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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King Meets Allied Chiefs [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

King Meets Allied Chiefs The King greeting Allied Commanders. Left to right: General Eisen hower (behind his Majesty), Air Chief Marshal Tedder, Admiral Cunningham. On the right is Mr. Harold MacMillan,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLISTS IN MANY ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

CYCLISTS IN MANY ACCIDENTS Already the first crop of summer road accidents had occurred, and the particular cause was the cyclist, Lt. Col. H. A. Youden, secretary of the Road Safety Council, stated. 'Parents provide their children [ with bicycles as a necessary means of transport to and from school, but most people think their obli gation ceases with the purchase of cbe machine. Perhaps that is why ' so many rue tbe day they gave their children bicycles,' be said. In the last 12 months 50 persons have ? been kitted and 546 injured whilst rid- j ing bicycles in this State. About 80 1 per cent, of the victims were under 17 j years of age, and in only 22 instances were the children involved in the acci- : dents not to blame. I Tbe major causes of cycling accidents | were careless use of the roadway, such as | crossing from one side to the other, ' turning without giving a signal, not keeping to the left, stunting, hanging on! to vehicles, tyre blow-outs when racing | downhil'l, chain ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Open-Faced Sheep Found More Profitable [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

Open-Faced Sheep Found More Profitable ? ? ' ! Sheep that have wool over their j eyes produce fleeces of lighter weight ' and less value than open-faced sheep, and have other disadvantages that are being; eliminated in scientific breeding by the United States Department of Agriculture. Contrary to the old idea that an abundance of wool on the face and legs and a wrinkled skin helped to make fl. Tien.vipr flnH uqIiiqHIa fleece, tests and marketing records show just the reverse. I Wool on the face and legs is often short, stained and dirty. A heavy face covering may make a sheep 'wool-blind.' Unless the herder keeps this wool clipped, -the sheep has dif ficulty in finding feed, or may get lost from the flock and killed by predatory animals. Wrinkled skins grow wool ot no greater value than smooth skins, and shearing is harder. In remodeing experimental flocks, almost literally 'built to order.' scientists found that open-faced ewes raised weaning 12 per cent, more lambs than wool-blin...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHICK SEXING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

CHICK SEXING According to advice received from the Department of Agriculture, suf ficient applications have now been received to fill the five remaining chick sexing examinations to be held this season, and it is not possible to arrange further examinations until next year. At a chick seeing examination con ducted by the Department of Agri culture on August 5th., Mr. A. M. Smith of Blacktown qualified for a First-class certificate. \

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 — 20 September 1944

£50 REWARD fpHE above reward will be paid for information leading to the convic tion of any person or persons dama ging wire netting fencing, interfer ing with fleod or netting gates or cutUag or removing wire from any of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE' Sunny Ridge.' «lAnrii«ran-»

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

AUNT MARTI BAKING POWDER | youh qjwaih can Aupphf ii | ( That's good news; | \ FULL STOCKS of Aunt Mary's Baking 4 I Powder are available everywhere. Be sure i i to obtain this favourite Baking Powder, ! ( it has stood the test for over 70 years. 2 i ' | There's no substitute for Aunt Mary's i ^ — there never will be! 4 THE ARMER&& GRAZIERS , )-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY CO., LTD. Head Office : Sydney. 5 ranches. London, Goulburn, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Orange, Temora, Dubbo, Cowra, Tam worth, Tenterfield. N PROSPEROUS TIMES, CO-OPERATION ADDS TO PROSPERITY! ADVERSE SEASONS, fhe Benefits of MODERN CO-OPERATION as extended to Primary Producers REDUCES COSTS ! THE 'F. 8 G.' WOOL REBATE OF 40 PER CENT. AND LOANS AT THE LOWEST RATE OF INTEREST ARE OF GREAT ASSISTANCE. CONSIGN: WOOL, STOCK, RABBITSKINS, ETC. TO THE ' GREAT COUNTRY ORGANISATION: The Farmers & Graziers Licensed Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents. , - ? — ? ? ? ? THE COLONIAL MUTUAL ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rail Transport Of Wool Growers Advised To Place Orders For Trucks [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

1 Rail Transport1 Of Wool Growers Advised To Place Orders For Trucks Tbe Chairman of the Cowra District War Agricultural Commit tee (Mr. C. Walkden Brown) has been advised as follows concerning tbe position of rail transport of wool: While there will only be occasional) trucKs avanaoie iut wuwi »-. least for the time being, wool growers are advised to still place their orders for trucks in the same manner as if there were no rafl restrictions. The procedure advised is for the grower to place' his order in writing or by 'phone with the Stationmaster con cerned, asking that his name be put on the waiting list. Then, as trucks be come available, the Station Master con cerned will contact growers in the or der that their applications have come in. , . Wool growers, by adopting this pro cedure, will know better how they stand, and as trucks become available so will the wool be gradually removed in an orderly fashion.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War Secretary And General [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

War Secretary And General US Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson (left), and Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, commander of the U.S. Fiftt Army, are shown in a command car as they tour the liberated Normandy front.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Late Mr. Fagan Rendered Fine Service To The District [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

Late Mr. Fagan I Rendered Fine Service To 1 The District Lyndhurst Shire Council at last | meeting honored the services to the j district of the late Mr. R. J. Fagan, j of 'Sunnyridge,' Mandurama. I Cr.. W. Burns said the late Mr. Fa- I gan's father had been a member of Lyndhurst Shire Council for six years — 1906 to 1912 — and Mr. Fagan him self was chairman of Carcoar P.P. W1IU.II WO 3 ernme'nt body. As a result of many years' associa tion with him, added Cr. Burns, he knew the late Mr. ? Fagan's great worth as a public man in the Shire, and that was testified to by the very large num ber of peop'ie who attended the fune ral. The late Mr. Fagan had always j possessed a driving spirit for the de velopment of the district and the bet- , terment of the service generally to the community in which he lived. I Cr. Burns moved that the Council convey its sympathy to the Fagan fam ily. Seconding the motion, which was car tied by all present standing, Cr„ A. W. Rowlands said Mr. Fagan had ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.B.C. Encouraged Young [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

A*B.C. Encouraged I Young A.^J Claire Simpt,.,n voilinist, and AlHscm -, v !W year-old pianist. Vji . 5- ^granted scholarsh; ,! :i tis Institute of M ; delpbia on the re of Eugene Ormand sponsored in ttieir t ' A. B.C. Both girls have broac: ? ly in 'Young Australia' the National network a peared as soloists with s chestra in A.B.C. orchesu When Allison Nelson, a, fourteen, played 'with tlit Symphony Orchestra, she youngest artist to appear a* ' Celebrity Orchestral Concen lowed up this appearance formances the next year v-ith Pa Melbourne Symphony' Orchid ,th year with the Sydney C ',' as Orchestra, and, again, this Vr'.. ? the Brisbane Symphony Onhnlf under Edwin McArthur and »-uh J Sydney Symphony Orchesti-i' Eugene Ormandy. She was tlv. V( ,,n est Australian soloist to Yt!'in under Ormandy. Besides he- %nlri) ances with Ormandy and Mc'Vjk Allison Nelson has just conVii'-iP,!1' Australian concert tour for At the age of eleven sin- j wuxuieuuea ior uie Koyal s, 'k,,^ M Music schol...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

InSDHURST SHIRE jfe^CHRONICLE I : WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1934

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

Cook Brol BLAYNEY ft ANNOUNCE that they have been ap^K, pointed by the Agricultural Depart^K ment as SOLE AGENTS IN THIB CARCOAR DISTRICT B for receival of all Vegetabl A grown under contract wHB the Commonwealth GovenS ment Bo Also Sole Agents for I lically grown Potatoes ' V Government contract sch I FULL PARTICULARS ?; ON APPLICAT ? CAM REED & Sti - 1 (late DAVE REED) ? Undertakers St Momi- '1'1^'-' H: Masons. Bi Adelaide Street, ^ ? 'Phone 60. H Funerals Conducted Reverently ?- and Dignified. ? Local Representative: ?. Mr. Arthnr Higgs I 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. ? Frinted and puMi^ed J* ^o- 1 tnond James Neve f°r 1 prietors, R. 9. Nevo I AdAtaMb «mt. Btei^ - |

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Protest To Be Made Delay in Sealing Local Highway [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

' Protest To Be Made Delay in Sealing Local Highway The Main. Roads Department has been slow in get|ting on with the job of stealing the State High way through. Lyndhurst Shire, and the Shire Council decided at last meeting that a protesft should be lodged with the Divi sional Office of the Department at Parkes. Shire Engineer Gerty reported: 'As requested, tenders were again invited for the supply and delivery of gravel to State Highway No. 6, closing date of tenders being 22/8/44. In company with the lowest tender er, an inspection of a quarry was made on the following day and the i tenders, witn scneauie of same, to gether with a report on same, was forwarded to the Divisional Engi neer, D.MJt. on 24/8/44. 'The Divisional Engineer requested on 6/9/33 that a sample of gravel from Spooner's quarry be forwarded for testing. Sample's were forwarded to Sydney and Parkes with the necessary reports on 8/9/44. 'In view of the delay in this mat tre, it appears to me that it will be imposs...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
'JAPANESE INSANITY' Explanation of Recent Camp Breaks [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

'JAPANESE INSANITY' Explanation of Recent Gamp Breaks The New York 'Times' . in an edi torial headed 'Japanese Insanity, men tions the two attempts at mass^escapes made' by Japanese prisoners in New Zealand and Australia and comments: 'There are two possible explanations _£ .iT ? One ic that vi iiitac acuacicaa ^ ? the prisoners, ashamed of their state, sought on'iy death. A second explana tion, and one which will appeal more to those who have seen Japanese cap tives and heard from their interpreters of their appalling lack of information as to me true state or tne war, is they thought that they had a fair chance of escaping back to their lines. They may also have believe'd that Ja pan's position was not so deplorable as it is, and that succor might well be on'iy a few miles away Many Japanese captives have astound ed interpreters with the belief that San San Francisco and other West Coast ci ties were in Japanese hands. Prisoners who died in New Zealand and Aus tralia in foolhardy ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Job For 30 Years Ago! Clipping Of Blayney Street Trees [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

Job For 30 Years Ago! Clipping Of Blayney Street | Trees T rces in Blayney streets badly need trimming — but some of them should have been clipped 30 years ago! Engineer Gerty reported to the Sep tember meeting: 'With regard to requested clipping of trees in Blayney, it is pointed out that ! this is a matter which should have re ceived attention 30 years ago, and that it is now impossible to put the' great part of the trees in satisfactory shape. Council's decision and instructions are requested.' Cr. C. I. Cook: There are a lot of young trees. Something should be' done ' about them. I Cr. L. Hill quoted several instances I where trees could be trimmed. He re- I ferred particularly to trees on King 1 George oval. i r r i P nnL ? Ir I C nn 11 co- rturrtntr Aff t-Ko I matter. We now say that some of the work should have been done 30 years I ago, but some work can be done now, and it is no use waiting for another 30 years to go by and then have it said that the work should have been do...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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80,000 Acres Wheat Target For Boree, Lyndhurst And Waugoola Shires [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

80,000 Acres Wheat Target For Boree, | Lyndhurst And Waugoola Shires Advice has been received by Cowra District War Agricultural Committee concerning the wheat grain production target for next season within the Sbiies of Wau goola, Boree and Lyndhntst. The target set for these three shires is 80.000 acres which compares with 58.000 acres actually harvested for grain last season (1934-44), This is an increase of 38 per cent, over the area harvested last season, but is still below the normal pre-War acreages, so that it should not be difficult to reach the dis trict goal for wheat sowing.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLAYNEY HELPS J.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

BLAYNEY HELPS J.R.C. Children of the J.R.C. Circle at Blayney Public School have been busy raising funds to assist ailing children in the families of service and ex-servicemen not very well off* The young workers held a juvenue party, gave a concert, and made vari ous other efforts, with the result that they have contributed £10 to the Ju nior Red Cross, which . stands betwe'en so many little children of absent, or invalided fathers, and the hardships of mmmm

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