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Electrical Condensers [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

Electrical Condensers Electricity-conducting coatings for commercial condensers are now being made of new ceramic composition The condenser may now be made more cheaply of glass, clastic, por celain, soapstone, wood, cloth or paper, so long as it is dipped, brushed, or baked with the new du Pon, coat ing, in cement, cloth, or film form Commenting upon a report that a great many jacked-up cars in Eng land have required £20 to £50 spent upon them before they could be again used, the chief engineer of the N.R.M.A. (Mr. J. Fielder) said that undoubtedly many cars jacked up in , I Australian garages since the beginn I ing of the war were steadily deteri I orating. . t

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Recipes For The Wartime Kitchen PINEAPPLE CUSTARD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

Recipes For The Wartime Kitchen PINEAPPLE CUSTARD Make a custard of one quart or milk, two-thirds of a cup of sugar and four eggs; heat the milk to boiling in a double saucepan; then add the eggs and sugar beaten to_ gether. Stir well, and when done set aside to cool. Have a nice, ripe pine apple picked to pieces with a fork, and sprinkled wun sugar, jusl Be fore serving the custard, stir in the pineapple. * * * LENTIL. AND TOMATO SOUP Cook together one cup of lentils, one cup of stewed ^trained tomatoes, one cup of water, a teaspoonful of butter, and a stalk of celery. When done, add sufficient water to make the soup of proper consistency. Heat tc boiling, remove the celery, and season with salt. Add one teaspoonful of browned flour rubbed to a paste with a little water. Boil for a few minutes, and serve. * * * VEGETABLE PEA SOUP Cook one pint of split peas until dissolved. When nearly done, add two or three medium-sized potatoes and one medium-sized onion, sliced thin. When these ...

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[?]ustralia Feeds Twelve Million [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

listralia Feeds I Twelve Million I the course of a speech recently, Curtin stated that with only 60 cent, of normal employment in 1 industries, with 800,000 men in armed forces, and an equal num. engaged in munitions, etc., Aus. is producing food tor lz.ouo.uou1. ^?nd yet when most of these people gainfully employed in normal pi^Bce-time industries, one-third of population of this country has '^?ifificient food for health. Which is to be confused with having ^mgh food — of a sort — to satisfy ^Betite. — 'New Era'

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Arctic Air Routes Planned [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

I Arctic Air Routes Planned It a recent meeting of the Society Automotive Engineers in New kt George A. Bleyle of the Wright onautical Corporation stated that mes are being readied' to fly -ss Artie routes between the Id's great cities. Artie routes could 9/Mirn of n-pocon f wrifVi rt/ini rvYvinr* +? Gei^Rgned to operate at 29 degrees j 3 II^Hw zero Fahrenheit (minus 29 de Centigrade), Bleyle said, but ^Bnately planes will be designed to ???^Hin temperatures as cold as 60 de below zero Fahrenheit (minus A^Hegrees Centigrade). ? To illustrate the value of ^Bans-Arctic routes, Bleyle said ^Hiat a plane would have to fly 7,700 miles from New York Chungking by way of the ^Borth Pole, compared with 11, HlO miles from Sail Francisco to ^kiungking by way of Hawaii. :i^Bie Arctic route between New ? and Moscow is only 4,700 miles. Nan^He by way of Cherbourg and Ber ?'li^Bhe distance is 5,800 miles. {

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

AUSSIE Pictures LYNDHURST Saturday, October 7. '°AN BENNETT and FRANCHOT TONE in: 'YANK IN DUTCH' And: JEAN PARKER in: 'PITTSBURG- KID' Wednesday, october nth D (SHOW NIGHT). Randolph Scott in 'PITTSBURG' nd: Joe E. Brown in 'SHUT MY BIG MOUTH' 'CASABLANCA' IS COMING ! !

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[?]cing Club [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

Hcing Club ^?Jubbo Turf Club was formed at a ^ftlic meeting at the ambulance station ? week. The organisation succeeds Dubbo District Ambulance Racing ^Bb, which was disbanded because it ? considered that a restrictive regula II of the Act precluded expenditure ' I the advancement of racing by im Iving the racecourse and appoint- i fits. The constitution of the new b. adopted by the meeting, declares t fundamental in its operation shall the devoting of all excess profits to | | interests of the District Ambulance, i.wever, it was pointed out by the ustitution sub-committee (Messrs. B. Palmer, F. Butcher and G. H. fler), that should the time arrive 'en the ambulance service was not in ed of funds, it would be competent to provide for pro- I so any other charity whi'.h t'-f- committee might1 mind. I

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Mandurama Baby Health Centre C.W.A. Ladies Anxious To Make Early Start [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

Mandurama Baby Health Centre C.W.A. Ladies Anxious To Make Early Start Members of Mandurama-Carcoar C.W.A. are anxious to make an early start on the establishment of a baby health centre at Mandu rama. The monthly meeting of the branch was held on Saturday last. Mrs. Fitz hardinee oresidpri nvor -i „ — i ? ance. 8 auena' h was revealed that since July mem totefof 92 mCreaSed by 57 ' maki'g a The Health Department advised, by letter, that permission bad been granted the branch to buiid a permanent baby health centre at Mandurama, the State Government assisting with equipment and financial aid to the extenc of 50 per cent. Due to wartime regulations, however, a permit to erect a building could not be granted. WILL ESTABLISH CENTRE. The meeting decided to proceed with the establishment of the new centre as soon as possible. Plans, etc. will be dis cussed at a further meetine to be held during October. £60 FROM STREET STALL. A street stall, in aid of the propos ed centre, held at Mandur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

The Science ..of being : jk| ' 'BROKE' , i Tli* only dtidudi yon 9*t ftoia «p«nd-M-you-flo_ «re down-trodd»o_ ?' -11 ud bayed tronaar enfia. Thrift W, b» ta old-fMhjoiw^ .bat it atfll ,V (|1 keapi * (or * woman) '*bn top of tha world . By «dmpl» inr— -- ; lg mailt ol * {aw chilling* a waak m ? ConimoBwaal^SMai^ ; JjJ account yon at K ft youiwlf oat o| rot. and pn! s|| to aaauta ywt future proipority byjtta '- ay ? j*jj ?. j|J War S«tags C«rti£c*tes. Wi * atajt on« | |l| Open a Savings Accpiint 1. 1| WITH THE . III COMMONWEflLTH SAVINGS BANK Oi OF AUSTRJJXjft, - ' J|| III

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WORKING BEE'S GOOD WORK CARCOAR CEMETERY BRIGHTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

WORKING BEE'S GOOD WORK CARCOAR CEMETERY BRIGHTER A working bee, organised by Mr. W. Mayberry, of Carcoar, has com- menced an extensive clean-up of the Carcoar General Cemetery. Mr. Mayberry (a recently appointed Trustee) has taken a keen interest in our local cemetery over a period of many years. His latest effort is worthy of general approbation. The following gentlemen rendered in- valuable service: Messrs. John Kind, C. Kind, J. Brad- don, Reg Woods, Ken Furner, Tom Carroll, Jack Davis, Terry Brady, H. Connolly, jnr., Chris. Garretty, Reg Cassidy, M Prosper, T. G. Stammers, J. Williams, D. Williams, T. Tucker, W. Stammers, C. St. Clair Johnson, T. M. Byrnes and Ron Stammers. Mr. Mayberry has requested us to ask that visitors to the cemetery leave no tins, bottles, etc. on the grounds.

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MANDURAMA WEDDING WILKINS—SMITH [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 4 October 1944

MANDURAMA WEDDING   WILKINS— SMITH A pretty wedding took place at the   Church of England, Mandurama, the contracting parties being Miss Nancy Smith, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith, of Mandurama, and Mr. Keith Wilkins, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilkins, of Lyndhurst. The bride's frock was of Brussels lace, with veil, and she carried an attractive posy. The bride's sister was bridesmaid and Mr. Ray Aiken was best man. The bride was given away by her father. There was a large congregation at the   church.   After the ceremony, the wedding party adjourned to the Mandurama Hall, where a splendid wedding breakfast had been prepared. Rev. E. S. Pearce, Rector of the Car- coar Parish, was the minister who per- formed the ceremony. Mrs. C. H. Buckley presided at the organ and she also tastefully decorated the church.

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Fodder Forage [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

Fodder Forage I There is an it.flux of fodder-buyers , in the Dubbo district, consequent | upon the failure of crops in most other parts of tlie State and know. ; ledge that many crops in the west ern district wj.-i be suitable only for hay. The buyers are touring some sections of the district inspecting crops and making offers to fanners. The prices being offered range from £4 to £5 a ton in the stook, but con tracts are subject to varying condi tions. Some farmers have indicated already that they will dispose of al most their entire crops for liay. — Dubbo 'Liberal.'

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RECORDS OF PROPERTY Army Negligence Alleged [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

RECORDS OF PROPERTY Army Negligence Alleged 'The negligence and careless ness of the Army in keeping re. cords of property' was criticised by Mr. W. S. Bioniliead. SJVI., in the Cowra Police Court, when passing sentence on John Edward Woods for receiving a stolen ariny engine, says the Cowra ?iiuamian. 'j-o nrm l ktiow of could be guilty of such neg ligence in keeping records of property ' he said. Mr. Bromhead added, 'Large losses I in army goods have been brought to I my noticc in .my various courts, and j an undoubted traffic goes on in it, and ? we must try to stop it.' Mr. Phillips | (solicitor) pointed out the tempta- j tion held out to people' by the army's j undoubted negligence in the keeping j of records of property. I Mr. Bromhead agreed. 'No firm I j know of could be guilty of such neg- I ligence in keeping records of prop erty,' he remarked 'But I fail to I see why he should be treated any | differently to the case which was be fore the .court the other week. The defend...

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RESUME RABBIT-INFESTED LAND FOR SOLDIERS SUGGESTION BY CARCOAR P.P. BOARD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

RESUME RABBIT-INFESTED LAIN!) FOR SOLDIERS SUGGESTION BY CAROOAJtt P.P. BOARD The rabbit menace in Carcoar E.P. Board district was respons. ible for much discussion at Mon day's meeting. The Acting Inspector (Mr. F. J. Frost), in his report on the subiect 4- V» n + 4-Vim ? : i- ? ? , . wiau um; pusiuon naa oe come serious. Dir. F. C. Rowlands (Chairman) suggested drastic action, and was the sponsor of a motion to the following effect: 'That the holder of any land whose holding is continually be. ing convicted for nondestruc tion, of rabbits by itlie Board, that such holding be recommended to tine Minister for Lands for re sumption for soldiers* settle ment.' Speaking in support, the Chairman said it annparpd iispIpss imnntsinp' small fines on owners, as it did not have the desired effect. He knew of no other district that had such habi tual offenders, who did not deserve to have land. Action such as suggest- j ed in the motion might have the ef- | feet of improving the position. i D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

Don '/ forget | JAPAN mi HOLDS '! 3,250,000 SQ. MILES OF TERRITORY Whilst fighting a delaying war in her outer defences, ;| Japan is using every minute to complete military,. . f economic and political consolidation of her vast gains j in conquered territory she now holds. No matter what forces we concentrate in the Pacific area the war against * Japan will require time, materials and money. We are . M -T yet 'out of the wood.' | , i i Put Victory First ... BUY VICTORY B0NBS 2VIH-2# , I T ij-1 ^ UM CONVOY FOR RUSSIA! and the crews keep warm Jt with Australian Wool § To-day who koows on what icy seas or far-flung fighting front wool from f \ II ;i your property may now be serving? S';:i AH you can be sure of is that f j ' wool, fat stock and produce consigned to Pitt, Son 8L ft p Badgery Ltd., are handled with individual, expert attention, j|x| and with all the advantages of modern storage and yarding j1 facilities. ' I, PITT, SON AND BADGERY LTD. . ll'OOIBROKERS ] | i A O'Connell St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

'AUSSIE Pictures LYNDHURST TO-NIGHT (Wednesday) \ (SHOW NIGHT) . RANDOLPH SCOTT in 'PITTSBURG-' And: JOE E. BROWN in. SHUT MY BIG M;OUTH ' 'CASABLANCA' IS COMING ! !

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Might Go Home [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

Might Go Home A hint that he might return to England at the expiration of h;s pre sent term as Governor of Queens land was given by Sir Leslie Wilson - at a civic reception in Bundaberg. j He said that,' after 12S years in Queensland and five years in India, he felt that he would like to return to England, where he had other

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ORANGE MARKET DEARER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

I ORANGE MARKET DEARER y ^Prime cattle, sheep and pigs real ' Bd higher prices at Winchcombe, . B-rson's Orange auctions this week, -lefBe mainly to ihort supplies. ^{iBBest bullocks made to £26/15/, ?eers £17/11/ cows £14/7/, vealers rtlB Best wqolly wethers to 31/4, B Vto 27/7, woolly ewes 27/1, B 19/7, lambs and suckers to ime baconers made £7/3/6, thB - ft/11/6, well grown stores

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Cowra Prospects [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

Icowra Prospects I Should abattoirs and killing works be established at Cowra a big Sydney butcher intends to buy most of his requirements there and have them killed and chilled at the lecal plant. tTonU + li-illc? cair uatu WCC1V tlllS UUCLilC! auw eral hundred head of cattle and be tween 1500 and 2000 sheep. The Cowra State member, Mr. F. J. Cah ill, gave the 'Guardian' this in formation when visiting Cowra at the week-end. Mr. Bradbury, the special officer appointed by the Gov ernment, has concluded his survey of the Cowra and surrounding d'stricts *and has, reported to the select com L^iXiee which will decide the sites for the four inland killing works. The committee's decision will be made known inside the next couple of months.

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B.B.C. Prepares To Meet Peace Problems [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

B.B.C. Prepares | To Meet I j Peace Problems With the termination of the char ter of the British Broadcasting Cor poration in 1346, now well in view, it is realised that many difficult and important decisions will be made as to its future, says a message from London. ine i axe uireci-or-Vjenerai, rtooeri. | Foot, wrote recently in the B.B.C. ? Year Book that postwar plans would , have to be based primarily on the | restoration of programme services j to the highest possible level of tech- 1 nical and artistic quality. j The possibilities of radio in the i case of international peace and under. ! standing are as great as those which i have been exploited as instruments ' of aggression and warfare. Mr. Foot i reminds us that the motto of the B.B.C., 'Nation shall speak peace unto nation,' still remains to be made good, not only throughout the erixisn mmpire, nut throughout the world. That line of adance, he says, should be adhered to with undiminish- . ed energy after the war. 1 When ...

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[?] Death [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

Death B' that the child had suffo /? sleeping was returned by i-st 'r.- / Coroner, Mr. D. M. Gre ? ? t; ? inquest into the death of ? V? n-inald Doalman, nine H ! son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. ? - 100 DaI I T-li£k nVlilr? ?. J. A £i DC11 MUau. XHC ??i dead in his pram by his the inquet Mr. Doalman 'ated the child had been put in his am between eight and nine o'clock ?e Pievioug night. When his parent's was sleeping soundly, li he was sufferng from a s't cold in the head. Mr. Doalman he ^ awoke at about 5 o'clock 0'°wiiig morning and shortly t 1 Put his hand on the child's head. ian was cold, and Mr. Doal ail ' ^coming alarmed, had a doctor hild - *-)r- Macarthur examined the j. and pronounced life extinct, 'is nVaS half on his side with he °Se and mouth smuggled into !edi ^°w.' said Mr. Doalman. cai evidence regarding the death JPven - by Dr. P, Macarthur.

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