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Crops Fall Off [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

biftrops Fall Off thH Deterioration of the crops at Dubbo lenB referred to by tlie . district agri ideflultural instructor (Mr. S. Rudkin) in tinjMis September report. Much-needed tSnd expected follow-up rains for Sep ember did not fall, consequently the osition deteriorated except for the 'ooraweenah, Curban, Gilgandra and loalbaggie areas where reasonably ood crops will he harvested, said fie report. In the Narromine dis rict, it added, the grain crops should e about average. In the south and outheastern parts of the district Jeurie, Wellington, Bournewood and 'eoval returns probably would be dis jointing. Stubble crops in par icular were going back and well i-orked fallow1 crops had little reserve iubsoil moisture. Black oats would educe the yields in some early sown 2rops.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Flypaper" To Trap Airborne Germs [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

'Flypaper' To Trap Airborne Germs An invisible 'flypaper' to trap the invisible air-borne germs of contagious diseases has been de veloped by a group of America's leading medical research men, the War Department announces. The new 'germ trap' is an odor less, greaseless, nonsticky treatment for floors, blankets and bedding that holds the bacteria and viruses of con tagious diseases so tightly they can not escape into the air. It has been tried out with marked success in army barracks and hospital wards. An announcement of the new method was made by Dr. Francis G. Blake, dean of the Yale University School of Medicine and president of the Board for the Investigation and Control of Influenza and other Epi demic Diseases in the Army. This board, which is divided into 10 commissions, is composed of more than 100 of the leading medical scientists of the nation. It functions in the Office of the Surgeon General as part of the Preventive Medicine Service of which Brig. Gen. James S. Simmons...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON ALERT FOR JAPANESE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

ON ALERT FOR JAPANESE As Allied vessels approach the Moluccas group of islands, a careful watch is maintained for hostile enemy craft and submarines. D. of I. Photo..

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Country People Waking Up [?]LED OF BEING WORKING HORSES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

rountry People Waking Up I .red OF being ' working horses ofl 'The people of (the country !oi]V trict Of N.S.W. are awaksi. 'iriB. to 'the fact that they have ?U* to a large extent the cart And the working horse for i.eiBIL jest of the State, and they -?{?Ire setting rathier tired of it ' ii ciB glared the Deputy Leader oC rountry Party (Mr. D. n. prummomd) in the Legislative Assenibly* ? ue said he agreed that large num. s 0f youn? people from the coun v/ijo had tasted the pleasure of a Lt Working week of 36 to 40 )Ur5 the benefits of suddenly ceas a v,v»i k whenever they felt inclined, ft milking cows on Saturdays and indays, not braving a storm or Siting a fire or putting up with the rrio'e STin(^ a drought, were not ,ing to be 'mug enough' to go back tiie country -When you find the country mar iving: 'If it is good enough for a flow who kills my stock to strike I, en he cannot get what he wants, am going to try the same thin,?,' i en you begin to realise that these ?ople are sic...

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SUCCESSFUL AFTERNOON'S SPORTS BURNT YARD'S FUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

SUCCESSFUL AFTERNOON'S SPORTS BURNT YARD'S FUNCTION Sports conducted in Mr. II. C. Hopldn's paddock, Burnt Yards, on September SO, proved most successful. Hall funds will benefit as a result of the function, which followed by an enjoyable dance at night, realised £25. Interest centred on the horse events. The weather was perfect, with the ttrack in perfect condition. Entries for athletic events came in very well, and each event was keen, ly contested. A large number of visitors from surrounding districts attended, and a sum of £12/19/ was taken at the gate and tea-booth. A dainty afternoon tea was served by the ladies at the luncheon booth on the ground. HALL PACKED FOR DANCE. The dance at night was well at tended, the hall being packed to ca pacity, music being supplied by Mr. i N. Wilson. Those present thorough .y enjoyed themselves. A midnight sup per was served, thus terminating a most enjoyable afternoon's sports and dance. It is anticipated that over £38 will result, and the C...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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County Council Proposed EMBRACE LYNDHURST SHIRE AREA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

County Councilp Proposed t ? Ktu EMBRACE LYNDHURST# SHIRE AREA K A conference to consider the ;'.;ir*nsi ability of constituting a county - nrnHila cil, to cover the area governed bjW'T Bathurst City Council and -Voer-Bcva crombie, Lyndhurst, Oberon am*- 11 Turon Shire Councils, will be lieliBioy at Bathurst Town Hall probably oiKc 1 Saturday, iNovemDer n. ina A' letter from Turon and Aber -untrj crombie Shire Councils, before last r. if o meeting of Bathurst City Council ? it s said they had decided to re quest the Mayor (Aid. Morse and Cr. Hackney (Abercrombii Jrop Shire), as the representatives on tin Mitchell regional committee of to local government authorities men - ^ef€ tioned above, favorably to conside . the question of convening a meetinj is Se of delegates from those councils t- nd ex discuss the county council plan. It was suggested that each coun ositio cil send three delegates, and tha 00^ Saturday, November 11, be a suit oalba able date for the proposed confer ood enc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PREMIER'S LOAN APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

PREMIER'S LOAN APPEAL Optimism about the war was wel come as long as it added strength to our arms. But if it weakened our effort it would become a potent weapon for our enemies, said Mr. Mc Kell, in a special statement for the Second Victory Loan. The Loan is for £160,000.000. 'Because there is no longer a threat of invasion, or the felling of having our backs to the wall to spur you into subscribing generously, we cannot allow the loan to fail,' Mr. McKell said. 'In the Army, Navy and Air Force there is a generation of Australians who passed straight from boyhood into the tragic surroundings of war and destruction. f)n those not bearing I arms rests the heavy obligation of doing everything we can to bring them home as soon as possible,' Mr. McKell added. ? j 'Nor must we forget in this hour of mounting triumph that on us rests i the blank but all-seeing eyes of our dead. We shall be recreant if we spare any money, any sacrifices, before they are avenged.' Hasten the real day of Vi...

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Women's Great Future Role [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

Women's Great Future Role If the Amercan people a;,(. I the sense of release which * ' f I follow the end of the war to i I come a lack of responsibility ?c'' I will have a third world war Ae ? Harrison S. Elliott, general - I tary of the National Board I Y.W.C.A., warned ci. ? Y.W.C.A. sponsors at the Ci area committee meeting. Peace will require mor. sweat and tears, and infinii ' patience than winning the ?. Eli ot told members atteni meeting at the Standard C women must play a large establishing it. WOMEN MUST DEI 'Women of the world mus; on a few basic necessities on v.-hjM they will all stand together. ' .o,' said. 'When I think of a woii.j 'jn which there will be no war, I iilink -4- Vkn ho^an.Qp wnmari .1 'Our children shall not be the v ctimjH of war.' When war happens anvv-::iereH on the globe, our children pay price — and some other wo,,,tri's^( children.' Women must increase the infp'iecH tual basis of their lives, stop h av.njH the 'privilege of choice' to at her; H and...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Lithgow Brooms [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

Lithgow Brooms It may be possible that millet brooms will shortly be manufactured (even if only in a small way) in Lith. gow, says the 'Mercury.' Applica tion was made to Monday night's council meeting, oy Air. G. Darnley of 46 Malvern-street, for permission to use a brick garage for the pur pose of a small private enterprise — millet broom making. Mr. Darnley pointed out that he had the necessary plant. Although the building in. spector, Mr. F3 . J. Blakcman, report ed that Council had no authority in the matter, the question was referred to Council in committee for investiga tion. Aid. W. J. Tougher remarking, i 'If he can make the brooms there is a great market here for them, as at present they are unprocurable.'

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Hollywood's War Effort [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

Hollywood's War Effort The fantasy and frivolity that is the popular conception of Hoi. lywood was pushed Into the back, ground by a report of the film capital's contribution to fine war effort — a contribution that in cludes 6,000 film workers now in HtA CnnAll #AMAC The roster of 1,299 actors who 1 entered various branches of the service glitters with names like Lieut. Comdr. Robert Montgomery, U.S. N. R. Ldeut. Tyrone Power, U.S. M.C. Lieut Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. U.S. N. R. Lieut. Henry Fonda, U.S. N. R Lieut Lee Tracy, A.A..F., Lieut. Pnl i Tomnc Cf/Mtrn »»+? nM^I U04UW tjicwai i,, aiiu xxicLiiy uiucio. Maj. Clark Gable, Army Air Forces recently returned to civilian life. The Association of Motion Pic ture Producers reports that 3.000 stage screen and radio actors have given more than 26,000 unpaid per formances for patriotic and charity causes since tne war Degan. Seventy-five Hollywood entertain ers have staged shows for American and Allied forces in overseas areas. Entertainm...

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

I T. G. STAMMERS Al/CIIONEER STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAI! — * — if Sales conducted In Any Part of tn« District Agent For: — ??Jfil Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. iff Insurance Comnatu || DOMO SEPARATOR - H

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

WHERE to buy the 'CHRONICLE' 'THE CHRONICLE' is cn sale at the following Newsagents: MRS. HEALY, Blayney. W. CLARK. Carcoai. C. J- LEABjEATER, Lyndhu;st. T/ CSSER, Blayney. ? vfOS, Milltborpe. , . ' Ji KLEY, Mandurama. M/ . DEVENISH, Neville. ? ''.L, Woodstock. !?' v LLINS, Newbridge. : CE YOUR ORDER, as - frictions necessitate a ' T ON THE NUMBER : RINTED.

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

I NEVILLE ? PERSONALS ? ib-Bvisitors to Sydney this week in. heBide Mrs. L. Lassey and daughter st-Bva, and Mrs. B. Lobley and dau ;edBter Amy. idsB * * * ?Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ft. Melville sion e Mr. ana mrs. Mitcneii ana cnu- i the en, of Penrith. * ?* * = Mr. J. Radburn, junr., who has en visiting his father, returned Sme on Saturday last. * * * Mrs. Bill Oats, of Canow-ndra, is a iitor to Neville. * -* -* Mr. and Mrs. Preston, of Walli, sited Mr. and Mrs. R. Speers, of tonnie Doon,'1 over the week-end.

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MASONIC INSTALLATION Lodge Millthorpe [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

MASONIC INSTALLATION Lodge Millthorpe On Wednesday night last, tlie j annnal MaSOIllC IllSt&llati021 BOA t Banquet took place at M ilL | tihorpe, Mr. McCntcheon being in- kj|j stalled as Master. y The banquet was up to the usual ||| high standard, arrangements oeing ||f in charge of Mrs. McCutcheon. Mi The tables were tastefully decora- JBfj ted with bowls of stocks and Iceland Jggji poppies, whilst larger bowls of crab- |i9f apple blossoms adorned the foot of f?|j ] the stage.. ^||] The following officers were instai- v; led: W.M., Wor. Bro. B. McCutcheon: si|S|| I.P.M., Wor. Bro. E. Palmer; S.W., S |J||1 Bro. G. H. Baker; JW„ Bro. D. Mc Cormell ; Chaplain, Bro. H. Marchant; 't j«&l Treasurer, Wor. Bro. W. Richards; ® M|| Secretary, Wor. Bro. L. Pring; D. of - '!§i WH C., Wor. Bro. A. Card; SJX, Bro. G. ' I- |H|g Worboys; J.D., Bro. A. Papps; I.G., Jp til Bro. K. J. Pring; Tyler, Bro. H. Hoi- --§j SfSflg gate; Stewards, Wor. Bros. Need- J! Bllffl ham and Eslick and ...

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START ON C.T. WATER SCHEME TENDERS NOW BEING CALLED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

START ON C.T. WATER SCHEME TENDERS NOW BEING CALLED At a meeting of the Central Tablelands County Council at Canowindra, it was decided to call tenders for carrying out the 'erection of a pipeline from Goo laeon&r to Grenfeil un that water can be pumped in, the initial stage of the scheme to Grenfeil. The pumping station will be at Goolagong, but the present plans do not include supplying the village of Goolagong with water. The meeting was attended by all of the County Councillors. Aid. Liv- ! ingstone and Ingrey, from Grenfeil; Crs. Boyd and Medcalf, from Lach. I imn r-imt:; v,rs. innes (cnairman) j land Burns, of Lyndhurst Shire; Crs. i Richardson and Rowlands, of Wau 'goola Shire, and Crs. Noble and Mc jCarron, of Boree Shire. I The official notification that £30,000 had been made available for the commencement of the work was read It was explained by Mr. Davey that : pumping would be much cheaper if j electricity could be obtained from the 1 66,000-voIt line which was p...

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

BURNT YARDS Shearing operations are in full swing at Burnt Yards, Baker Bros., of 'Lyndfield,' being the first shed to commence. It is expected other sheds will start shortly. Mr. and Mrs. J. Grannal, who have j been holidaying here with Mr. and : Mrs. T. Harris, returned home on Fri day last. Miss Dot Baker is at present stay ing at Orange.

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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

BLAYNEY TOWN TALK At the monthly meeting of Blay nev R S L. on Wednesday night last, three new' members were enrolled. The President expressed pleasure that the numerical strength of the Branch was gradually increasing. He extend oicn to Diereer Don Clarke a returned man of the pre sent war, who was inTft^n.-?an1ce; Diggers H. Cox and A. U. Hill also supported the President's words of welcome. ^ # * * Acknowledgment of an amount of £4/15/ was received by Blayney R.S.L. at their monthly meeting, from unuoa Ar.nofli Committee. The AlUitXKi ? | money had been raised in support of ; the Diggers' candidate in 'Miss Syd ney' competition. Appreciation was expressed for the donation. i » * * | The death occurred in Sydney re- | cently of a former well-known Mill- i thorpe resident, Mr. Matthew Saun ders. In the early days of the town, Mr. Saunders was a prominent busi- | nessman, and later went to Sydney, j where he commenced the manufac- i ture of 'Blackit.' He leaves a widow j and five da...

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

Cook Brosl BLAYNEY V ANNOUNCE that they nave been ap^B pointed by the Agricultural Depart- |H] ment as ^B' SOLE AGENTS IN THeI CARfOAR DISTRICT ? for receivai of all Vegetable! I grown under contract with I the Commonwealth Govern- ? ment. I Also Sole Agents for - . . ! ' I fically grown Potatoes '.vM' ? ? H Government contract schen, . fl FULL PARTICULARS S'-' ? ON APPLICATION ? CAM REED & SOi I (late DAVE REED;. ? ? Undertakers & Monumo'' ' . I Alasons. I Adelaide Street, Blayney- I I 'Phone 60. I I Funerals Conducted Reverently I fl and Dignified. I I Local Representative: J B Mr. Arthur Higgs j 1 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. j I Printed and published l»y B®y_ I mond James Neve for the Pr°' I prtetors, R. J. Nevo s0d Ojj' ? tdnlilda strmL Rlai^uv B

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

Immnm „ 0 - » www - » * «1 AUNT MARYS BAKING POWDER] ! ? | ! | cljauh qhoaiA can Mipply it ; |j 1 That's good news; j |/ \ FULL STOCKS of Aunt Mary's Baking j I Powder are available everywhere. Be sure J jWl-K . - to obtain this favourite Baking Powder, j |gP | it has stood the test for over 70 years. } !j|t 1 There's no substitute for Aunt Mary's ; j!;!-. ^ — there never will be! j||j ® ha, m 1 1 THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE '$ ? INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. ? ? (. I y- i 1 THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICE [j ' 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, SAW. i# CROP SBOTEBS! Protect yourselves against FIRE, HAIL, ;%? and LOSSES . . . jj| - CONTACT OUR REPRESENTATIVE. . W. J. BRADY — CARCOAR LM'i fil ; THE || FARMERS & GRAZIERS Km- CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE 8. AGENCY CO., LTD. I j*|i Head Office : Sydney. U Blanches. London, Goulburn, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Orange, Temora, ' Dubbo, Cowra, Tamworth, Tenterfield. i|l IN PROSPEROUS TIMES, CO-OPERATION ADDS fefi! ' ' TO PROSPERITY ! SIN ADVERSE SEASONS, the B...

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Boy On Murder Charge [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944

I Boy On Murder Charge A 16-year.old boy who has been re- . manded to appear before the Supreme i ^ Court on a charge of having murdered K Shadie Tooma Malouf (30), known as '| Charles Malouf, at Cobar, was this week brought to Dubbo under es- | cort and lodged in the Dubbo gaol, £ says the 'Liberal.' Malouf died as the . J result of two bullet wounds. His % head was battered. His bodv t -. S: was. recovered by polise, aided by two ® experienced miners, from a deep _ . || J?| well on Rulla Station where the trag- ! ® ||| edy occurred. It is expected that j|| if Graham will stand trial in - Sydney ? Jr || and not at the Dubbo Supreme ; ® Court to which circuit be was com. - ,V? |» mitted. The practice is to remove ^ ;|| juveniles, charged with major crime, ,! i , || *. 4-Vtn ..intnUir nf thnfi. nor- :'l ' MS LO v*- »' ^ Uitu ±ra.i - ents reside so that available facilities | for their defence will be open to them S Consideration is also ' given to the ft- fact that parents are unaile...

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