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AN APPEAL TO 57,000 AUSTRALIANS TO CONVERT BONDS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

AN APPEAL TO 57,000 AUSTRALIANS TO CONVERT BONDS A direct appeal is being made by tiie Treasurer (Mr. iChifley) to the 57,000 known holders of Commonwealth Loans maturing on October 15, to convert them into the £160,000,000 Second Vic tory Loan. Mr. Chifley is communicating by letter with all those persons holding maturing securities, requesting them to accept in their place securities of the new loan. In a letter to people owing ma turing securities, Mr. Chifley states: 'Large sums have still to be found to prosecute the war to a successful conclusion, and our country's needs make it desirable that your holding be converted, as the Government is bound to redeem all securities which are not converted into the new is sue. Every amount which is not con verted, therefore, means so much lost for war purposes.' The total of the two loans matur ing on October 15 is approximately £47,5 00,000, or almost thirty per cent, of the £160,000,000 asked for in the Second Victory Loan. Holders of m...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Might Restore Trains In October [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

Might Restore Trains In October The 'Western Times' has learn ed on good authority that, provided the miners stay at work, the services recently cancelled by the Railway Department will be restored towards thc end of October.

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

AUNT j MARYS RAKING POWDER! - IJjojua qhoaih can Aapph} it j 1 4 x That's good news; ^ \ FULL STOCKS of Aunt Mary's Baking J t Powder are available everywhere. Be sure | t to obtain this favourite Baking Powder, j * it has stood the test for over 70 years, j 1 ,4 ' There's no substitute for Aunt Mary's ^ ^ — ? there never will be! 4 The Sheep May Cut uiell or otherwise in accordance with seasonal conditions. Shearing may !-e curlier or later than usual. Various factors can influence it. Kut whether the clip is light or heavy, is shorn on time or not, the words below provide advice which is 'as pood a« gold' — Winchcombe, Carson (winchcombe ) Se'UnEBn''!rs' Lt4 V »H nf Ati J Winchcombe House, Bridge \. LAKbUN Sydney. Branches— Newcastle. Yv».». ^ — ? ? — Orange. Forties, Bonrke, Arr.v.^i1. .a. THE ' ; FARMERS & GRAZIERS CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY CO., LTD. Head Office : Sydney. Branches. London, Goulburn, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Or-mge, Temora, Dubbo, Cowra, T...

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"ENTRIES COMING IN WELL" FOR CARCOAR SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

'ENTRIES COMING- IN WELL' FOR CARCOAR SHOW Mr. Elery, Secretary of Car. ^ ooar Show, Is most sangnine of tine function proving most sac- ^ oessfaL J 'Entries are coming in very I wen indeed,' he reports. ,, |

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Old Sad Story [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

Old Sad Story (Issued by the Road Safety Council ofi New South Wales.) The reports on road accidents to chil dren in New South Wales during the last ew months contain few fresh features. J3'*? story of a hurried and heedless dash into the roadway, which so often is the ? prelude to quicklyfol lowing tragedy. , , d5d.' De repeated that, though the driver is absolved from blame in so many of these accidents, to accept the view that children do these foolish things and that the position must be accepted as inevitable would be disastrous. Quite apart from all that can and should be done by parents to see that their children do not run wi'id on busy streets, the driver should constantly have in his mind that children are irrespon sible, and drive accordingly. Because emergence from behind a sta tionary vehicle is so common is a sound ! reason for drivers approaching such an obstruction with the maximum amount of care. Sometimes the child does create con ditions which no amount of caution...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Letters to the Editor NEW BUILDING FOR BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

Letters to the Editor i NEW BUILDING FOR BLAYNEY Sir, — Your readers will have read a notice in the last issue of Blayney 'West Macquarie' advertising the next annual general meeting of Blayney Baby Health Centre Organ ising Committee, which is being held next Friday night, September 29, at 8 o'clock. I I take this opportunity of bring ing before your readers, and especi- j ally those who are interested in the i establishment of this very worthy centre on a full-time basis, the fol lowing facts concerning this meeting: It is the annual meeting, at which a new body of officers will be elect ed to carry on for next, year, and, this next 12 months will see, we hope, our new building erected. To accom plish this will mean that there is go ing to be some very hard work put into it by someone, and the more we can interest in this work the lighter the job is going to be. An appeal is made to everyone who can possibly attend the meet ing to do so. The stage has been reached by the retiring ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]NDHURST SHIRE [?]EE OF DISEASE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

?NDHTJRST SHIRE Iee of disease ? No -case of infectious disease ?as reported in Lyiwfliurst Shire ?-r the mostti ending September H, according to tins Acting Health Bispector (Mr. G. S. Gerty) at Htis month's meeting. ?Tr Gerty's report continued: ?anitary services. — No complaints Be been received regarding the ryrng out oi xne various samiary rtces. licenses: It is recommended that nces be granted to the undermen led: W. H. Bailey, Forest Reefs, ting cart; Crofts & Kingham, yney, slaughter house and butcher P. Juilding- application. — Applica. n from Father Healy for additions alterations to residence in Blay !t is recommended that appli : :i he granted. (This includes ; tank installation at the Pres I - in - i?i — Health conditions gene -viitiin tiie Shire appear to be ' olory.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MID-WEST BODY Difficulties [?] Way [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

w[D~ WEST I body I i tiff unities v Way I ....,,., , ;u {he proposal to '' til, p.-iont Western ; i ? Confederation, . ,ji ??.??vpor regional' , , ,iv;. rounter many I.-,', ,,(,)» i ncils have al -sore1-' ? ' - view1 that the i. : i- ?' !?.?:'!-' -'id be wound | .... i. laraaitee that ^ the 'super committee idea, despite i' admitted value. has been suggested that the hell, I^achlan and Macquarie llis_lwhich. cover the area of the i-ai Western Local Government ?s— should co-operate in an nisation designed to develop thc L- district, but some of the coun i heady approached are in favor inding' up the Confederation, was decided at the recent meet the Mitchell Region council? range that all councils in the .deration be asked to give an on on whether it should con to function as a representative of the Mitchell, Laclilan and | narie regions. sen the letter came before the :oola Shire Council. Cr. F. C. ands remarked: 'There are so ? of these things that we will now where wei are shortly....

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shires Pass The Buck NEW BORDER ROAD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

Shires Pass The Buck NEW BORDER ROAD Waugoola and Lyndhurst Shire tCouniclis seem to think each other is passing the buck con. ceming the opening of roads of access for Mr. Joseph Hines at their Garland-Lyndliurst bound ary. Waugoola Shire Council was ra ther to the point in a letter at last meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council. The letter contained one sentence — an inquiry 'whether any action has been taken by Lyndhurst Shire Coun cil to open roads of access' for Mr. Hines. | Mr. Gerty (Lyndhurst Shire En- j gineer) said the pegging out had I been done. Lyndhurst Shire Council had done all it had promised. I Cr. Denton: Nothing more of this Council has been asked. We're wait ing of Waugoola. Waugoola is cer tainly not waiting on us. They ap pear to be shelving the matter. Cr. Innes (President) suggested, j end it was adopted, that Waugoola Shire Council be written to, explain ing just was Lyndhurst Shire Coun cil l:ad done. Cr. Innes said the Council had j agited to exchange other e...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COWRA'S FUTURE City of 20,000 People? [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

COWRA'S FUTURE City of 20,000 People? Fred Cahill, MLA, and the Cowra 'Guardian' have great iaith in the future of Cowra. The 'Guardian' writes: | Fred Cahill has always stood by his contention made 12 months after | his election to the Legislative As- i eembly, that one day Cowra would be an inland city of 20,uuu peopie i Although many sober citizens termed him a visionary indulging in | pipe dreams, he may one day see his j forecast come to pass. ' Cowra's growth since the outbreaK of war has been phenomenal and has been limited only by the available housing. Big industries have been established and other plants are forecast for the coming months. However, the move that will give the greatest impetus to Cowra's ' growth is the closer settlement plan c-lcng the Lachlan. The plan is at ' rri rent before the government and if it is implemented it will mean be tween four and five hundred extra families in the district.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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NEW STOCK RE[?] TO BE ESTABLI[?] NEAR MANDUR [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

NEW STOCK RE TO BE ESTABL1 I NEAR MANDUE ? A new stock reser- H established on the - Road, five miles out H durama. I It should prove of benefit to s travelling Cowra, Canowindra, Blayney Bathurst. as well a s int.rrmedia^B districts The Lands Department wote vising the September meeting H Carcoar P.P. Board stating was agreeable to granting tiie control of 14 acres of Conin-Uy's BB serve and 20 acres of Sheahans serve for the purpose, provided t^H P.P. Board agreed to bear the of fencing and improvement?. H The Board agreed to this stipi'jM tion, and the Lands Department be advised accordingly. H

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

Trunkey Farsl Miss Gwen Bodle, \ ,. j,e fiance, Mr. Scattergumi the former's mother. Miss Linda PeroiKli: rill Park, is spending a Mr. and Mrs. M. Toole. * Mr. Alan -Light spoil i ' with his family. He is .r ployed at Penrith.

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

AUSSIE Pictures LYNDHURST Saturday, Sept. 30. AV° OUTSTANDING PICTURES— 1 hich are Two Lon-g-Run Attractions GLENN FORD in . . 'TEXAS' SuPP0rt: RITA HAYWORTH in . You Were Never Lovelier' four shorts.

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WOOL APPRAISEMENTS (Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. Report [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

wool appraisementsI (Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. KfP01® SYDNEY, Monday. — There 3797 bales of wool appraised a' Sydney catalogue today. Results® eluded: — James Barner propriety (Burrowa), wethers 22d, 21;. 20J, 20 J, 195, 19j, 19, ewes 20i. 16i, 15, bellies 12* ; S. C. (Braidwood), wr-tber.- ?' ' ' 183: Mrs. J5 F :!r.n.: I wethers 19 Jd, .17. M; .: (Coolah), wethi.-;.-, l*;-;. Snelson (Cobar) 1 - i 153, wethers v. cr. Otto Mumford t' MoariTw.'!;- '?'* 17id, ewes 16J. :ic-& !? bred lambs l.-j; E. F. (Parkes), weth.e-*;; 3 7V. 15J, ewes 17J, :;6. 1«-. t ?? '-*' bred 16 J, 15|, 2.; ( onv.'-s; a ' K. S. Bruce (Cuir-j.'on; -. C. J. Nicolas i F - 1 ? Aether's 133. C! 13 lambs 14; S. ' '»Vr! Ar0 ewes 15d, lambs 13^ ; Mazoudiei d (Parkes), hoggets 15d.

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

' ? ' | Your taxes pa on Governir^r ' ? Are you getting Q'y some part i ! ef YO'r . . § ; taxes back? \ ] Sound investment mAr'icAic, toe { You can't beat the Second Vii ? ? i. 'r. .t.- v. snvesuijtrtt I Imagine, for every £100 y-.- '-it--. I every six months and the £1 ?' ? ^ | ? repaid to you in hill. That's ?VJ' }? don't work to earn it. So don't keep any monc- ? You lose by it and so does ???;?? *'1:- troops. Before you do another thing today go to your bank ; savings bank, money order post office or stockbrokci , \ Will in an application for as big a bond as you hav- -, | \ money to pay for. I r Lw.jJJwmvr^J^ujuuuu.-inr.jJujJLrinrrlAnnJ1nm.rr.^jinrnnr--v«,^ CO-OPERATION ado count/ Pitt, Son Be Badgery have enjoyed the | Vjy' confidence of wool-growers for over fifty | years. Regarding our clients as friends, J- we haye provided special facilities for their comfort and convenience. Illustrated is a corner of the Palm Court in our Head Office, Sydney, where our executives meet cl...

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

LARGE PINEAPPLES 11/6 Bushel Case. Add i&xchange. Sidings, add 4/4 per case freight. S. Childs, Wamuran, Q'land TOT KOALA BEARS Expertly madn from Washable Lambskins (A Returned Soldiers* Business) Prices 10 15/-. 20 - & 30 - ea. Including Postage A. C. PRODUCTS, PARRAMATTM.S.W. Note ibis address for future requirement*

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WEDDING Goodlock—Gough [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944

WEDDING Goodlock — Gough         A quiet, but pretty wedding took place at St. Mary's Cathedral, Syd- ney, on the 12th instant, Rev. Father     O'Dea officiating. The contracting parties were Miss Colleen Gough, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gough, of the Com- mecial Hotel, Lucknow, and Pri- vate Keith Goodlock, AIF., third son of Mr. and the late Mrs. Goodlock. The bride looked charming in a cyclamen frock with accessories to match. The bridesmaid and best man were close friends of the bridegroom. The honeymoon was spent at Ka- toomba.

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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

I carcoar ?town talk s Maher- of Sydney, daughter of ^BlVtc Dr. Gettyes, one time resident ?f T-oar is at present holidaying with Mrs. A- Higgs. ^ I ^ I' J . . :t , . -'i * * Sydney, is spending parents, Mr. and Mrs. * * the City are Mrs. E. tc aiici nine daughter, Jane. ? * * [r. Jack Bradden left for Sydney on cday last to spend a short holiday.

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New Film Emulsion [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

New Film Emulsion Greater clarity of screen i'liaS|^K)ub and less 'surface noise' inherent motion -picture film have been achiev^B v ed by a finer grain emulsion devel^B q oped by du Pont, which recently w0^Bb. the scientific award of the Academl^B c of Motion Picture Arts and Science^B c

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Visiting The U.S.[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

Visiting The Latest portrait of Madame Chiai^Kd' Kai-Shek, wife of the Chinese eralissimo. She has returned to United States because of i!!nes!^»s

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