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Potash, Phosphates Increase Yields [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

Potash, Phosphates Increase Yields An astonishingly aocuxalte method of* forecasting the added yield of corn, soybeans, wheat, oats, barley, or tons of lucerne hay that can be expected from land to which potash anil phos phates have been applied has been developed at the University of Illinois College! of Agriculture, in the Midwest, by Professor R. H. «ray, a sou-anajyBt wim 20 years of soil research behind him. Out of his studies of crop increases from potash and phosphate on 23 ex perimental fields he develped a meth od of estimating what any farmer might expect after applying these plant foods. The 23 fields represent all the common types of soils. Bray went at his job like a strategist charting an area for a bombing raid. He knew the available potash and phosphorus content of the soils on every experimental field. He studied the yield figures at his command— 30 year? of them — with and without fertilisers. A pattern began to devel op. To apply this plan of forecasting uivtcooc ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LYNDHURST C.W.A. MEETS : MARKET DAY FOR OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

LYNDHURST C.W.A. MEETS : MARKET DAY FOR OCTOBER The monthly meeting of Lynd. hurst branch of the C.YV.A. was held in the Memorial Hall on Saturday last. Mrs. Ferson presided over a large attendance of members. An appeal was received from the Australian women s Land Army Welfare Fund (Market Day Appeal), asking for donations for the cake stall ( organised by the C.W.A.). It lira a 4-/% i vycw- ucliucu iu uuiicvi uigicu'cilio from members and forward cakes. An invitation was extended to mem. bers visiting Sydney at the end of the month to come along and help at the stall. A further appeal, which included the Younger Set, was to hand from the Group President of the Central Western Group, Mrs. Mac Smith, asking for gifts of woollen garments to be sent to the people of devas tated Europe. It was decided that members make individual gifts. DELEGATES APPOINTED. Delegates were appointed to the Conference, which is to be held at Orange on October 3. street stall during October. Afternoon tea...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HONEYCOMBED WITH RABBITS Country Between Cowra And Lyndhurst [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

HONEYCOMBED WITH RABBITS Country Between Cowra And Lyndhurst 'I have never seen rabbits any worse in the district than at the present time,' reported Mr. Trevitt, Stock Inspector to last meeting of the Carcoar P p Board. 'One would naturally expect to see an improvement in the rabbit position after a winter's trapping and poisoning, but they appeal- to be more numerous and are breeding considerably faster than in the auutmn. Some of the best grazing land in the district has become completely over.rim with rahhihs 'To see some of the finest country in the State adjoining the road between Lyndhurst and Cowra honeycombed with rabbit warrens is a nightmare to any. one who has an interest in the welfare of this country.'

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Vandalism At Cowra [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

Vandalism At Cowra | The Cowra Municipal Council is 1 seriously concerned at the damage' being | { done to electrical installations in the | j town. Line insulators and street globes ' I are favorite targets for well-aimed stones, I and the damage has reached such propor*1 . .1 tions that the council is considering ing legal action against offenders. Tteji \ [ breakdown in Cowra's electricity suppl|P'::. i on Sunday last occurred when the : thousand volt transmission line bettwi^v^ Orange and Cowra was broken about IjB : mi'ies from Cowra. This is believed tb v?: have been due to vandalism. 1 ; '? ? v '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ambulance Link-up [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

Ambulance Link-up Representatives of the Dubbo District Ambulance and. N^rrpmine Ambulance committees visited Nyngan for an informal chat with Messrs C. .R. Gamack and E M. Queally (president and secretary re spectively of the Nyngan district ambul ance) on a suggestion that the latter body may care to link with the Dubbo district. The visitors were told that Nyngan had approximately £1600 in hand, and 60 life members. — 'Narromine News.'

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

Cowra Fatcory *The Cowra State Member, Mr. F. J. Cahill, who visited Cowra at the week end, was accompanied by representatives of a big clothing concern, who carried out an inspection of the Small Arms Fac tory with a view to taking it over as a subsidiary country factory when the present arms programme1 is finalised. Mr. Cahill said he was concerned over the future of this factory as tbe programme for country arms production was draw ing to a close and the future of the factory had- not been decided.

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

Returning To Normal During the past two years, and even more pronouncedly during the past year, conditions at the Lithgow Factory have been returning to normal. The hey-day of mass production is past and plans for the stabilising of output which, in turn, has a direct effect on employment, have been implemented. The latest, and what one union official expects to be the last, was weanesaay s annouiiLemciii umi im hours at the establishment would be re duced to 44, to. be worked in five days. He is of the opinion that the end of the road has now been reached and the present staff, working the new hours, will have to be retained intact to maintain the ex pected production. — Lithgow 'Mercury.'

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"Inspiration To Young People" COUNCIL KEEN ON TURF WICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

'Inspiration To Young People' ? ? nan ? ? ? ? ? ? n ? - ? =j ^ COUNCIL KEEN ON TURF WICKET I Lyndbursc Shire Conncil is. right behind tbe decision of Blayney Cricket Club to la y down a turf wicket on Daker's Oval. Mp. C. W. Quail, hon. secretary, Blayney Cricket Club, advised last Coun cil meeting that, . at a meeting of die ' Club, beld on August 24, it was deci ded to set down a turf wicket on the oval. As tbe ground was under Coun cil control, permission to lay down the wicket was desired. It was felt that such a wicket was badly needed in the town, as the con crete one on this oval was badly crack tu ana oroken at the ends, Mf- v£uau stated. As there were many juniors who wouid be commencing to play cricket - this season, and in the seasons Co cdjBK* .. they would then have a chance to learn their cricket on a wicket of the correct type', for the days of concrete were past r %'? Many teams had refused to play at :'|§ Blayney because of the lack of a turf ? II wicket. ' The Club...

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Helping Soldier Sons Lyndhurst Support For Boree Shire Move [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

Helping Soldier 4 Sons Lyndhurst Support For Boree Shire Move Lyndhurst Shire Conncil has de cided to support Boree Shire Coun cil (Cudal) in its endeavors to see that reasonable finance is made avail able to assist soldier sons who Set tle on subdivisions of their parents' properties. Boree Shire Council recently wrote to Lyndhurst Shire Council seeking its support in drawing the Minister's at tention to the need for helping such m i dier settlers. ' The Boree Council was of opinion that there would be a number of in stances where soldier sons would be de sirous of settling on portion of their parents' properties where such proper ties were large enough for subdivision purposes. These sons would require fin ance to start them off and, in a number of cases, the parents would not be able to assist. The idea was that the' Gov ernment should finance these soldier sons in the initial stages. Mr. Callinan (Shire Clerk) , after rparliriCT fV»p Ipffpr rn T vnHhnrsf Shire Council, sand that...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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More Strychnine Wanted "Rabbits Breeding Up At Rapid Rate" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

More Strychnine Wanted ? I 'Rabbits Breeding Up At Rapid Rate' Rabbits are breeding up at a rapid rate throughout the Car ciar P-P. Board district, and the release of more strychnine is ur gently required. THr r!ftrtwrierht moved. Dir. Hail stone seconded, at the September meeting of the Board, that the De partment of Agriculture be asked to make greater supplies of the poison available for rabbit destruction. It was stated that strychnine was in very short supply and many land holders were beginning to get wor ried already about the rabbit posi tion. The motion was unanimously car ried.

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

Gaol Gossip Rumors still persist that the Dubbo gaol might be closed, notwithstanding a statement in denial of this by the Minister for Justice (Mr. Downing) when he visited Dubbo recently. It is said that for some weeks inquiries U«... 1 ? - ? ? ? ? !_? __ i». _ A uave ueeu 'in prugreae suggesting mat the Department is 'fishing' for an ex cuse to close the gaol, 'which houses about 15 prisoners normally. Al though responsible authorities might term the assertion 'mere rumor,' past experience has shown that more than once they have proved correct. — Dubbo 'Liberal.'

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

LARGE PINEAPPLES 10/- bushel cpa 9. Sidings, add 4/4 per case freight. S. Childs, Wamuran, Q'land

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

TOY KOALA BEARS Expertly mud' from Washable Lambskins (A Returned Soldier? Business) Prices 10 15/- 20 - & 30 '- ea. Including Postage fl.C. PRODUCTS, PARRAMATTA, N.S.W. Note ihis„ addreas for future requirements STORIES TO MAKE THE HEART THRILL if 'ACHIEVEMENT!' DRAMATIC EPISODES FROM HISTORY j Tune In To — I STATION ZQZ . I every I FRIDAY NIGHT at 9J&p.ni. - I Presented by — /?ll THE LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICES It OF ^AUSTRALIA Jij s====^= w . ? . 1 j| The Science of Tieing | 'BROKE' :f Icmpc I 'm! («?» wtnaa) 'ea^Up a- Ai» world'. By ?*'. f, 1 mat «l * tow aUBiaas * wfc .in ? |: iceoint y— | ' Open a Savings .v /fi 'WITH TB8 COMMONWEALTH SAVINGS BJ51P orAPsnuute ^

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"SOON BE CALLING ON HITLER" Lyndhurst Boy Confident [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

'SOON BE CALLING ON HITLER' Lyndhurst Boy Confident Flight-Sergeant Ron Hines. RAAF, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hines, of 'The Meadows,' Lynd hurst, Is confident that he will soon be calling on Hitler. He conveva this InfnrmQfistn J airgraph letter to hand with his par. ents. Ron states he is well and has re. ceived promotion to that of Flight Sergeant, in charge of a crew of eight, which he is proud to say are all Aussies. | He wishes to be remembered to all Lyndhurst friends. i i . ?

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"A White Man If Ever There Was One" P.P. Board Directors Tribute Late Mr. Fagan [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

'A White Man If Ever There Was One' P.P. Board Directors Tribute Late Mr. Fagan ' If ever there was a white mail, it was the late Reg. Fagan,' was a tri bute paid at last meeting of Carcoar P.P. Board Dirp.p.t.nvs fii/vi-.. _ ? latt; Chairman. Dir. F. C. Rowlands (Deputy Chair | man) took the chair at the beginning of the meeting. He said the Board met in an at mosphere of sorrow. He said he re ferred to the death of their late chair, man and friend, Mr. Reg. Fagan. .Little did they think after their last meeting that, in the interim to the next meeting, they would lose such a fine man and such a good friend. Mr. Fagan's place on the Board and in the district would be extremely hard to fill, the speaker added. Mr. Fagan had been Chairman of the Board for 10 or 12 years, and his father before him had been chair man practically from the beginning of the existence of the Board. Dir. Rowlands said he had known the late Reg. Fagan, all his life. No man loved his home, his country or his ...

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LAWN DERBY CHAMPION TROTTING STALLION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

LAWN DERBY CHAMPION TROTTING STALLION Valued by his owner (Mr. MackenneyJ at £10,000, Lawn^Derby was the at traction among the trotters, and delight ed the big crowd present with a display of speed and vigor that has made him Austrflia's champion trotter. Judging the line up of six trotting cr^llirtnc in rinrr ? ? , ... w— «uuug me morn [ing, the judge, Mr. R. A. Hodges, of Parkes, said that it was the best col lection of trotters he had ever seen in his life and he was doubtful if it could be rivalled in Australia. Tbe animals were Lawn Derby. Ban don, Wirrarue, Prudent King. Van Wil ver and Bold Machine. The judge had no hesitation in awar- j dmg the first prize to Lawn Derby. He is the perfect animal.' said the ! J-L.s ' Jinc stewafd pinned the blue ribbon and added the red, white and blue championship sash. The red ribbon was awarded to' visit ing Sydney horse. Prudent King. The judge said that this animal was little behind the champion but did not quite have the powerful build ...

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

Twice In Bay , H Although a man was chared being found drunk twjee on tho ?». day at the Wagga Police Court i1 admonished and discharged by t'ic magistrate, Mr. H. L. Sargcson. stating that defendant had been Jr * at 1..10 on a charge of drunkenness. after being bailed out was arrest1 I a similar charge at 7.20 p.m- ,? l day. Sergeant W. O. McEwan inlc ] the magistrate that defendant was J|jedB P turned soldier. Mr. Sargeson rcP | 'Yes I notice that. He is wearing : * North African Star.' Tefiing ant that he could leave the court in1 ately, Mr. Sargeson advised defenda Jmnmiimi -from liquor in future. ? Kl I

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Western H.Q. Of Police [?] THE POLITICIANS "WORK IT" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

?Western H.Q. ? Of Police |)W THE POLITICIANS ¥ 'WORK IT' 1^ few facts regarding the Ioca ion of tbe^Western Police Admin District, states the 'Or- ir*e Advocate,' prove how poli ic^ Influence can countermand the xpressed wishes of the officer re ponsible for the administration of he Police Force. _ . ti a ? I hC AUVUW« ouua . kVhen Mr. A. U. Tonking became onial Secretary on 16th August, ,9, one of the files that immediately e under his notice, dated August 8, addressed to the Under-Secretary of Department by tfie Commissioner of ice regarding the transfer of the 'west- police headquarters from Parkes to ngo. 'he lettef stated: 'As the Minister iware, the superintendent in charge the western police administrative dis t is located at Parkes. Whilst Parkes . fairly important centre, it is con- | red that the logical place for the rict headquarters is at Orange. Par is to a very great extent isolated n the more important towns, where Drange is ideally situated in that it n reasonable ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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5,000 PEOPLE ATTEND COWRA SHOW : GATE TAKINGS REACH £689 Splendid Ring Display [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944

5,000 PEOPLE ATTEND COWRA SHOW : GATE TAKINGS REACH £689 Splendid Ring Display After a three years' lapse, Cowra Show Committee staged a magnifi cent revival display last week. The gate takings were £689 for the two days and goes close to con stituting a record for the ground. The crowd on thp wmnH estimated to be in the vicinity of 5,000 people and included visitors from all surrounding towns and districts ? The weather was hazy and hot and the dry ground was scuffed up into clouds of fine dust by the moving crowds. Highlight of the carnival was the magnificent ring display, featuring sleek hacks, fleet footed trotters and massive draught horses. Old timers aver that it U'3t tl™ knot- ? 1... -I' 1 ? , uiajjwy ui norse nesn tnev had ever seen in the Cowra ring. Another feature of the Show was the support given the poultry section, prac tically every cage was filled with beau tifully plumaged birds, from pigeons to the varied breeds of fowls and ducks. Visiting poultry fanciers were ...

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

? AUSSIE ?Pictures I lyndhurst I Saturday, September 23. !? MATINEE: 2.30 Sharp I ' who won the year's^ ;*nors for his part in . . fl ^ank0e Doodle Dandy' L,-^l Year's Best Picture 1 MSuPP0rt: BASIL RATHBONE in . . dl Sherlock Holmes in M Washington' ?^MEMBER: MATINEE AT 2.30.

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