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"SOMETHING OUT OF THE BOX" Second Victory Loan Rally At Lyndhurst [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

'SOMETHING OUT OF THE BOX' Iefcond Victory Loan Rally ; At Lyndhurst IWh'-' Comedian Wally Key. t'olds Ixrings a show to town, you can bet it is something of the box. He will be at Lyndhurst tonight tdnesday, September 27), as prin comedian and compere for a eonnd vs„ t ? ? ? «_,f„ TV, ' '-'?''J' uimn rvu.uy. ne party, which also includes j. a Newton, the Scholer twins and Iar na ?Bignon- 58 sure to ^ pop' a star from the Ti airc ' eatre. Sydney Circuit, never 0 thrill her audience. - ss Newton possesses a magnifi i soPrano, with an extraordin range. f alSc,holer twins are a highlight ?arm™,- ? ow- Splendid singers, their leiig^t 1Sm^' *°°' always a sheer VoidU i- Klle this show — so book and a d,saPPointment.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ballot Invalid [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

Ballot Invalid I The N.S.W. Ho spita'.; ( r, hi decided that the annual L.-. . t;jICI tors of the Xyngan D;- : r I. vp,u which took place on Mti: . js j, valid. The board cor^i-,;- ? -v Jcc ed directors and four mb inees. At the August tht were only four nomir.a::r-r tlx- i- elected vacancies. Mr. K r org suDsequcntiy nominaue. a:-.r. tion was sent to the Ho.-p: ?- ? - -mrai sion, with a recommenda: ? !'?' tl board that it be accepted. ' : . Hesi tate Commission has now o- . il election invalid, on thc cr-..::-. ..- that tl number of nominations was . uipciti to fill the five vacancies. 1 NyngJ Board will be asked to subii: ' ':?{ didates to the Hospitals Gs:v.-.v..'-. ?' « appointment by the Goverr- ?? '? Coo cil. Pending these appum:::..:.^ u Commission has advised thc :!?' '???'Jifi ! I carry on.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LYNDHURST PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

LYNDHURST PERSONALS Visitors to Lyndhurst during the week included Engineer L. O'Leary and Steward Jim Grogan, of the Merchant Navy. ' * * * I Mrs. C. Freestone, of Rockdale, is spending a holiday with her mother, Mrs. Ballantyne. . She was accom panied by her small son, Rex. * * * I Sgt. A. Emms (RAAF), England, and Mrs. Emms are receiving con gratulations on the birth of a dau ghter. The happy event took place at a private hospital in Wellington on Wednesday last. * * * Mrs. Morris left on Sunday to spend a few days at Orange with her sister, Mrs. R. Casey, who has not been well. Mrs. Stroud, of Dubbo, accompan ied by her daughter, is at present spending p holiday at Lyndhurst with her sisters, Mrs. Ballantyne and Miss Winterbottom. * * * Mrs. S. McFawn of Blayney, spent last week-end with her daughter, Mrs. C. Green, at Lyndhurst.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BANQUET AND CONCERT Millthorpe Methodists' Big Event [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

l BASQ^TyAfrD i tNhtfo&r Jp^Milltliorpe Methodists' Big Event llv One of the year's attractions , |fe.£o:r Millthorpe Methodist Church I £7 '* folk te their annual banquet ana i&t '? concert. This year's function has been ar ' ranged to be held on Wednesday, October 4th. Banquet. 6 — 7.30 p.m. Concert at 8 o'clock. The concert programme is to be . supplied By Orange Comrades, and will be a stage production, entitled .''Musical Moments.' Mrs. C. Willis is the secretar jr '-of the function.

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Rail Pillaging On Western Line [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

Rail Pillaging On Western Line It was learned this week that much of the pillaging | of goods carried by the railways— involving thousands | of pounds — occurs on the western line. The thieves, who operate in j organised, gangs, manage to gei away with various articles de- j spite the vigilance of officials, j A railway spokesman said in Syd ney at the week-end it had been esti-' mated that goods valued at more than £100,000 had been stolen from railway trucks in New South Wales in the past 12 months. Gang- methods were to board trucks of valuable freight, and dump it at a point pleviously arranged for ac complices to pick up almost before the train was out of sight. After dumping the goods from the I train, the thieves either jumped oft ! when it slowed down, or climbed along to an empty truck. j If detected in an empty truck, there is nothing to 'ink them with the theft, and they escape with fines | »iof 10/ for such minor offences as , 'jumping the rattler','' he said. j Amendmen...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

? ? I ? ? ? ? ? | MONTHLY 50-50 DANCE v Organised by Diggers' Ladies' Auxiliary. MEMORIAL HALL - BLAYNEY To-night (Wednesday) * September 27th. Excellent Music. Dancers, 2/-. Cards for Non-Dancers, 1/-. Mrs. W. Stinson, President. Mrs. W: Jackson, _Hon. Sec. GRAND PATRIOTIC ^ GONGERT i Second Victory Loan Rally 1 LYNDHURST HALL !' TO-NIGHT i TO-NIGHT WEDNESDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER. comprising: . , WALLY REYNOLDS. Comedian and Compere. ,* . .EDNA NEWTON, Leading Musical Comedy Soubrette 'THE SCOLER TWINS. Remarkable Vocal Duo. MISS EDNA BIGNON, in Musical Monoluges and Accompanist. I ' Leo 'ling- Blayney Artist? and Blayney ? Band. DON'T MISS THIS. Popular Prices: , ?2/. and 1/-. Booking' Fee I 6d. (At Lyndhurst P.O.). ' / ? !

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pea Vines Good Dairy Feed [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

Pea Vines Good Dairy Feed ? __ i :.--?; tor dairy production is a Tti. ir A urgent one, and the following I r.ote-s cn the comparative value of pea i vines as dairy feed have been supplied : by Mr. J. \V. Davison, senior dairy in- J structor, Orange, in the hope that none' of this valuab'ie foodstuff will be left lying at the vining stations this year, to wasLea. In the first place it might be well to draw the attention of dairymen to an analysis of samples of pea vines submit ted from the Cowra district, and com pare it with an analysis of luccrne. taken when the plant was in full bloom, that is, a little after it had passed its peak value as a feed. Moisture: Pea vine, 66.51; lucerne. 70.2; dry pea vine, nil; lucerne hay 10.4. ' Ash: 2.39. 2.2, 7.15. 7.0. Fat: 0..75, 0.6, 2.26, 2.5. Crude protein: 4.13 iq p ?4 12.2. ' ' ' ' Carbohydrates and fibre: '- G 9 '- 14 1 78.25, 67.9. The nutritive ratio of the pea vine when green in 1 :5.8. which is. 10 all intent and purposes the ratio r...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POOR HARVEST YIELDS EXPECTED Follow-Up Rains Wanted [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

POOR HARVEST YIELDS EXPECTED j Folio w-Up Rains Wanted ! Good follow-up rains are ur- 1 ,i gently needed throughout Car- a ? coar PJP. Board area if crop S. yields are to blei up to standard. i ;; This opinion was advanced at last f meeting of the Board by Mr. Trevitt, | stock inspector. | ,5 'There was only one good fall of i rain of 80 points during August,' | Mr. Trevitt added. 1 'As a result the feed is still very ?,| short and good Tains are badly need- . ;| ed. Oat and wheat crops have had ;| enough rain to germinate, and j*re 1 up as high as six inches on the ma- ;i jority of holdings, but more rain is 1 | urgently needed or a poor harvest ^ ft 1 will result. ! g, I 'Water supplies have held out re- r | J markably well, but dams are begin- g H j ing to get low. . '??-9 I I 'Stock are generally in gpopd con- j | dition, but some of tte jnotep? ?hfcg- ? . | I at present being shorn ar otmcL|^ano - i § ' windra are in a |. This section of the ~district^^^Wh8Mt * ,j. by far tl^e ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wool Storage [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

Wool Storage 1 Storage space is being sought all over Junee to store bales of wool from ad J jaccnt shearing sheds. This is due to I the shortage -1 railway trucks. Many I I bales of wo )! are at present stored in ; | Junee. Some loads of wool brought ? j into town were returned to the country I becn;,e trucks were not available, j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

ANNUAL SPRING HORSE KAT.f WEDNESDAY, 4th OCTOBER, 1944 ? Commencing at 10 a.m. Sharp. j A Limited Number of Entries Only Will be Accepted. Norman C. Bellamy & Co., Horse Salesmen, Cowra NOTICE A REWARD OF £150 will bfe paid to the person or persons divine ^k?n,1Cti°' - StW A OF £5° wm be Paid for information leading to th- 'c?omS'ep£Escring with n°°d n«. ANIon^^nnShin? Shooting, Kabbiting or Ffehta, : ^.TC°°mbmg Park,' wnl be prosecuted without reloect ?o ,,e, - ' 20/4/' 21. j THE WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY LIMITED I W. J, Brady, Carcoar [ Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman and Estate Agent. U.. . Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator L : DISTRICT AGENT FOR IB: CO. LTD. Hkx wSx/mofSr ltoLOCH ltd HRra&r PHENOVIS° VACCINE. BRADY, Licensed Agent 8* CARCOAR

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Diabetics Car, Live A Normal [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

Diabetics Ca| Live A 1 Normal Ufl Despite the fact -Lha: ? does not yet know ja-l tain persons to develop '/ ' cl despite also a number of ' | questions in this disease p '°ltl sicians understand ;he ire-'r- ' Plfl betes so well that nowada'' -fl can lead a fairly normal ]? : to his or her affairs, 3n(j ' ?''?'?yndiH j normal life span, savs a H j ment article. * — lXfiH I What more could a dia'- ? I There is, to be surt itfl I one little catch, name! v. ^ be under the care of a cu : j i' 'i and must strictly follow ? ?' :v's'-i vice. ' ? ' r ^ 3 Today there are rr.ar.v , diabetics who do this. T!\ ? ..r'-Cs diet, to be sure, and ma-,-- ? ' $ inject tbemseives with insu' ^ y\m J times even their friends c- -?- t! that they have diabc;es, b- ^'n( ients eat a satisfying c:a K P their daily life like any n-- ---- 1 To achieve this, ;bc n;--,-' i'V0' they can about diabetes '? ? ''n' 1 j knowledge they can corr,:: i fectively. with their dcct - i' !11 I ment of their condition. learn to...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

? IN MEMORIAM | GREEN. — In loving remembrance of my dear, husband and our father, I Joho Carter Green, called to rest September 21, 1942. ... 'Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him.' —Inserted by his loving wife and family.

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BALL FOR SHOW NIGHT Carcoar Red Cross Finalise Arrangements [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

BALL FOR SHOW NIGHT Carcoar Red Cross Finalise Arrangements , A ball to take place on tine night of Carcoar Show was de cided on at last meeting of the Red Cross Society at that centre. The meeting was well attended, with Mrs. ' Johnston in the chair, and all arrangements in connection with the function were brought to finality. New members are reminded that the closing date of joining the So. ciety is September 30.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

CARCOAR. TOWN TALK A very enjoyable evening was spent on Saturday night last when a ju venile function, in aid of the forth I coming fete, was conducted by the Catholic ladies. The music was supplied by Mr. Jack Flood, the eu chre prizes being won by Rev. Fa ther Wiseley. Miss Hilda Stammers and Mrs. Bede -Cassidy. Cpl. Frank Flood has rejoined his unit after spending leave with his mother and friends. * * * Mr. Bill Mayberry is a patient of j the District Hospital. We wish him a speedy recovery. » * * Mrs. Done is spending a few days in Sydney. ♦ * » I Spending leave in Carcoar is Cpl. ! Harry Williams. Harry recently re turned from New Guinea. [

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PATRON FoR OVER YEARS Carcoar Show Commit es Tributes Late Mr. Pagan [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

PATRON ' FOR GVEE I' ipASiS Carcoar Show Commit ee Tributes Late Mr. Fag a n 'With the death of our pat' If Mr. R. J. Fagan, this gociv^ if has suffered, a great loss, and on» I it can. ill; afford.' g ; i These sentiments were expressed fL by the President of Carcoar Show 'A; 4 Committee at its last meeting. j|| it was revealed mat uie j*'. j- Fagan had been patron of the So- | ciety for over 20 years, and had been I; always willing and neady to help 'in ?' 1 any matter concerning the welfare ? a and success of the Show. i| Tlie President moved that a letter „ | of condolence, expressing the Com mittee's sincere sympathy, be sent to V, . | Mrs. Fagan and family. , % The motion was seconded by Mr. ^ | Manning and carried by members ^ | standing in silence. . ||

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FAT STOCK SALES AT ORANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

FAT STOCK SALES AT ORANGE Although both sheep and cattle markets were easier, good values were realised at Winchcombe, Car son's Orange auctions on Thursday, 21st instant. Best bullocks made to £24/10/, steers to £15/11/. cows £13/1. heif ers £13/7/, and vealers and young cattle to £12/7/. Prime woolly wethers to 35/, shor nies to 22/1, woolly ewes 'to 28/7, shornies to 22/4, old lambs to 25/7,

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JEEP IN YALU RIVER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

JEEP IN YALU RIVER T . T n f Munda (Queensland) takes things easy while « - - vt « — New Guinea. — D. of I. Photo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

Cook Brol BLAYNEY I ANNOUNCE that they Have ix-en ifl pointed by the Agricultural iX'pafl^B merit as SOLE AGENTS 2N THl CARCOAR DISTRICT I for receival of all Vegetable® grown under contract wit® the Commonwealth GoveflM ment. I Also Sole Agents for receival locally grown Potatoes under tiovernment contract scheme. H FULL PARTICULARS SUPFLlEOB ON APPLICATION. ? ? ? CAM REED & si| (late DAVE REED). I Undertakers & Monument' H Masons. I Adelaide Street, BIayi-e- ? 'Phone 60. ? Funerals Conducted Reverently ? and Dignified. I Local Repiesentative: ? Mr. Arthur Higgs I 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. ? I Printed and published hy mond James Neve for the P prietors, R. J. Neve c ,v' Adnlaldft Blgyiwv

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

? I £50 REWARD rpHE above reward will be paid for information leading to the convic tion of any person or persons dama 'if6 'e'inS fencil-g. interfer °r nettin& gates or i ,or removing wire from any ! of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE ' ? Sunny Ridge.'

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Mandurama Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

Mandurama Personals L.A.C. James Coates is spending leave with his brother and sisterin law, Mr. and Mrs. Aub. Coaaes, fol lowing services overseas. * * + Another visitor to the Coates' fam family is the wife of Pte. Chas. Coates, who is also expected home on leave shortly. i * * * i Following a visit to her parents at Parramatta, Mrs. N. Schmidt has re turned to Mandurama. ' * * * Mr. Pattinson, who has been hol daying with his son and daughterin law, at Lyndhurst, has returned to his home. * * * The Catholic ball, to be held at Mandurama, on Friday, October 6tli. promises to be one of the district's | outstanding social events. A carved supper is being arranged for, and the musical programme will be pro vided by the Picadilly orchestra from Cowra. j * * * I L.A.C. J. Coates, accompanied by his wife and two sons, has returned to Sydney after holidays with rela tives and friends. * * * Friend of Miss Jean Quince, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Quince, will regret to learn that she is ...

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