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TARGET OF 200 ACRES Maize Production [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

TARGET OF 200 ACRES Maize Production Advice has been received by the Cowra District War Agricul tural Committee Chairman (Mr. C. Walkden Brown) regarding the maize production target de. sired within the Shires of VVau. | goola, Boree and Lyndhurst for i 1944-45. The target for this area is 200 ac. res, compared to 256 acres of maize harvested for grain in 1943. This is not a high figure in comparison with recent years, and it is considered that j the desired production could best be i achieved on alluvial land along the Lachlan and Belbula Rivers.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

AUSSIE Pictures LYNDHURST Saturday, October 28tli RONALD COLMAN and CARY GRANT in: 'TALK OF THE TOWN Also: IRENE HERVEY in— 'FRISCO LIL' FOUR SHORTS

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHEEP FLOCKS TOTAL 123,000,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

SHEEP FLOCKS TOTAL 8 123,000,006 I CANBERRA. Monday. — Statistic* ri Icascd in Canberra reveal that in last there were 123.000,000 sheep in tralia, compared with 1 1 9,000.000 in 1940. The record fip.ure' was 1 25.000 000 in 1942. Dairy cattle in March t-v;'!cd 1 ^nn representing a decline ?' . '???- 1943 figure. In 1!'40. .. 000 dairy cattle in Auj ' r . ration of the dairy ind.: ; -- will be a major proble.T. .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]RANGE STOCK SALES Winchcorabe, Carson's Report [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

?RANGE STOCK SALES IWinchcombe, Carson's Report Winchcombe, Carson Ltd., Orange, ;port on Thursday's Orange sales as -llows: — CATTLE— About 400 yarded, most. J in fat pens, and comprising a good isplay of prime bullocks and steers; ery few cows, a few prime vealers, 'ith the balance wasted vealers and 'ourig cattle The market opened to easier com petition, but improved as sales pro cessed. Bullocks and steers can be luoted equal to last day's rates; and wars, 'vealers and plain young' cattle !asies^., quotations: JtsuiiocKs, %x £22/16/; steers, £9/1/ to £15/19/; cows. £7/15/ to £13/6/; heifers, £6 to tl3/6/ : vealers, £6/5/ to £14/8/ SHEEP.— About 9,000, mostly in fat pens, and comprising a good dis play of all classes. Only a few storjes. The market for fats was firm for J ^ethers and prime suckers, ewes and Medium lambs easier. Stores yarded insufficiently to quote. Quotations: Best shorn wethers, '?/lO, others 11/6 to 17/1; ewes, 6/ co 14/7; old woolly lambs to 18/; Ackers. 9/6 ...

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SURGERY NEAR THE FRONT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

SURGERY NEAR THE FRONT An Army doctor performs an operation near a battle area in the Pacific. i

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SPLENDID STUD AND FLOCK RAMS AT RIVERINA SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

SPLENDID STUD AND FLOCK RAMS AT RIVERINA SHOW The sccond annual Riverina stud and flock ram show and sales of British and Australasian breeds was held at the Wagga saleyards when there were splen did exhibits in almost every class. The show and sales were conducted bv the R ivprina U„: ? ^ , ........... ,luvlaury committee ot the Australian Society of Breeders of British Sheep, associated with the Riv enna division of the Australian Corrie dale Sbeepbreedcrs' Association of the New South Wales branch of the Pol warth Sheepbreeders' Association. The Minister for Agriculture (the Hon E H. Graham, M.L.A.) officially opened the show and there was a very targe at tendance, which included visitors from all parts of New South Wales and other otates. Wagga Advertiser.'

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B.F. EQUIPMENT FOR LYNDHURST SHIRE TO BE REVIEWED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

B.F. EQUIPMENT FOR ' LYNDHURST SHIRE ! TO BE REVIEWED j The purchase of a unit by tiie I Council, and the replacement of j equipment lost by Mandurama i Bush Fire Brigade was t4ie sub. I ject of a report tabled at last { meeting of Lyndhurst Shire i Council. The Clerk (Mr. G. Callinan) re. 1 ported that the President (Cr. J. A. Innes) and himself had interviewed the Secretary of the Bush Fires Ad visory Committee on the matter dur in a recent visit to Sydney. Mr. Callinan continued: 'The mat ter of a subsidy cannot be determin ed until the Committee knows what amount of finance the Government will make available; but it is expect- | eu. Liie i/ounvu wui ue lurifler auvis-- °d at an early date. The Commit, tee dooes not favor the purchase of the unit which the Council proposed purchasing, and it suggested anoth. j er type. It is recommended that the j purchase be delayed until advice is received regarding subsidy.' ' The recommendation was adopted. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR'S VICTORY , THEATRE : OPENING SATURDAY NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

CARCOAR'S VICTORY , THEATRE : OPENING j SATURDAY NIGHT Unique and novel entertain ment is promised at the gala opening of Carcoar's Victory Theatre, on Saturday night next, 8 o'clock. Carcoar has been selected for tiie first screening of the grandest, gay est musical spectacle yet released in Australia. It is easy to say that the music played in a film determines its musi cal appeal, but to determine what makes the technicolor hit. 'Sweet Rosie O'Grady,' which is to be pre. spntofl at tV»-i Viotftrv 'I'hoofrzi fnn ifc Australian preview, the most out- i standing musical of the season is » bit more complex than that For 'Sweet Rosie O'Grady' has top | tunes all right — songs such as 'My Heart Tells Me.' 'Goin' To The , Country Fair,' 'The Wishing Waltz.' j — but it also has Betty Grable, and i there are those that say they just j dian't know there was music there. ; except that there seemed to be something soft playing when Betty v as on the screen. The above is an extract from re ma...

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SEWERAGE FOR BLAYNEY ? C.T. WATER SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

SEWERAGE FOR BLAYNEY ? C.T. WATER SUPPLY The installation of sewerage at Blayney was discussed at last meeting of Lyndhurst Shii*e Coun. ell. The Acting County Clerk of the Central Tablelands County Council (Mr. G. Callinan), wrote seeking an opinion on the question of whether any sewerage works now constructed or might be constructed should be controlled by the County Council or by the individual constituent Coun cils. 'As it is proposed to construct sewerage works in several towns as soon as the Central Tablelands water supply is available, a decision should be reached at an early date, so that the County Council and the consti tuent Councils will know whether they can proceed in the matter.' wrote Mr. Callinan. It was decided to defer the matter to a later meeting.

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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

BLAYNEYTOWN I'AlJ Mr. Geo. Hardiman, of BlaJ™eJt ! received word a few days ago hS eldest sister, Mrs. E. Redmond, or Ramsbotton (Eng.) had P^ed away. ; Also by the same mail, our loca sident was advised that one : of h nephews had been killed in actl°n l | Italy. We extend sympathy to M Hardiman in his Dei eavements. x * * Mrs. W. Mason and her daughter, June, of Charles Street, returno i home on Sunday after several weeks enjoyable holiday in Sydney. * * * Mr. J. A. McDonald, of Corryong. is spending a holiday with his bro ther, Mr. A. R. McDonald, of W-^t Blayney. * * * The auction sale of carts, harness, furniture, etc., conducted by Mr. Ar thur 'Crofts, auctioneer, on Saturday, at Blayney, was largc'y attended. Keen competition prevailed for the trnrirms items silhmittod * * * Miss Marie Conn3ilvi of Blayney postal exchange stiff .a on annual holidays, which shn is spending at Wagga. * * * Railway staff changes notified cy the District Superintendent's Office in Lithgow include...

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REPORT BEFORE LYNDHURST COUNCIL Molong Closer Settlement Conference [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

REPORT BEFORE LYNDHURST COUNCIL Molong Closer Settlement Conference Mr. C. Callinan (Clierk) gave | a resume of the recent confer. i ertce at Molong to Councillors at last Lyndhurst Shire meeting. He also tabled a list of the resolu tions passed (which have already ap Cr. Hill said the conference was Very successful, and much progress should result The Minister (Mr. Tully) had given the impression that he intended to tackle the problems in a practical way. Something definite had been given for them to work on. Cr. Hill also complimented Cr. In hess on the capable manner in which he had chaired the meeting. Cr. Denton, in reviewing the con ference, said he was pleased at the attendance. He also paid a tribute to j Cr. Innes on the able way in which he had carried out the duties of | Chairman. It was a meeting that r.onlrt nuitp easiTv have eat out of I control, but their President's humor ? kept their interest, said Cr. Denton. Cr. Innes thanked his fellow Coun cillors for their comp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

TOY KOALA BEARS Experiiy made from Washable Lambskins * (A Returned Soldiers' Business) Prices 10 15/—. 20 - & 30/— ea. Including Postage A. C. PRODUCTS, PARRAMATTA, K.8.W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

II WHERE TO BUY THE I 'CHRONICLE' I,.tHE CHRONICLE' is cn sale a.* the | following Newsagents: I MRS- HEALY, Blayney. W. CLARK. Carcoai. C. J- LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. MRS. ROSSER, Blayney. ''r,c M'I'thorpe. ; Ti-'! Mandurama. Y i* * :SH, Neville. 'J H. Mi-- ' ? '?% dstock. . . : ?. f: . Newbridge. . ? ' UR ORDER, as necessitate a ? THE NUMBER Oh tA l Kna rtiiL\ i aJD. T. G. STAMMERS Al/CTIONjEER STOCK AND STA'ilON AGENT CARCOAR ? ? — — Sales conducted in Any Part of tne District Agent For: — Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. Insurance Company ? , .-'l? DOMO SEPARATORS f %

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[?]NALS TO-DAY; BLAYNEY SCHOOL'S [?] NUAL SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

IiALS TDDAX; AYNEY SCHOOL'S NUAL SPORTS I Everything is in readiness for ie finals of the Sports to be Bid today (Wednesday) on layney Showground. j lie competition in individual its, as well as for the team's -hv. promises to be exceptionally I -he heats last week were keenly Rested, and the four teams are y evenly represented in the finals, h having' between 70 and 80 place ters. l large crowd is expected to be sent, and should enjoy, as in past rs, the many and varied events cially taped running,, tracks will laid down for the occasion. I m afternoon tea stall will cater visitors. ? j

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Urban Area For Blayney LEAGUE SEEKS DETAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

frban Area For Blayney ? I I LEAGUE SEEKS DETAILS The Advareae Blayney League s investigating the proposal liat Blayney should be declared in urban area, with a urban com. nittee functioning. 'lie matter has been discussed at ious meetings of the League, I ich considers that the creation of I urban committee mieiit result in letter town spirit being encour Ln urban committee has certain vers in the spending of rates rais in the town area, although major tters would still remain in the ids of the Council. Ir. Stan Mallick, Secretary of the trance Blayney League, advised the ober meeting of Lydnhurst Shire jncil that the question was raised last meeting of the League as to v much of the administration of urban area would be made avail e to such a committee if formed, 'he Clerk (Mr. G- Callinan) was :ed to reply, giving tlie informa i required.

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WATER RESERVE AT REID'S FLAT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

WATER RESERVE AT REID'S FLAT At the uctooer meeting of Carcoar P.P. Board, ^ the Goulburn Land Board Office, in answer to a request that a water reserve situated at Reid's Flat be placed under the Board's control, advised that instruc tions had been issued to a field offi cer of the Department to report on the proposal.

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RATEPAYER COMMENDED BY P.P. BOARD DIRECTORS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

RATEPAYER COMMENDED BY P.P. BOARD DIRECTORS At the October meetings of Carcoar P.P. Board Directors eulogised the assistance rendered the Board by a ratepayer. Mr. E. G. Clements, of Burwcod, via Binda, had advised that the work carried out by W. J. Larkham on Burwood T.S.R., had been comnWeri satisfactorily, and there was no need for further inspection. sa*d Mr. Clements j iL1Ven very good service, and they were fortunate in having I such a man in the locality to look after the Board's interests. Inspector A. Cooley stated that par. Yemenis nad been must helpful I to him on a number of occasions. It was resolved to send a letter of appreciation, thanking Mr. Clements for his work on behalf of the Board.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

preliminary notice. 1 V ; Clearing Sale at Neville I I Saturday Next, 28th Oct. I Commencing at 1 P.M. On account , , Mr- Bob Cock, Blacksmith. , : FURNITURE and EFFECTS : i Particulars in 'West Macquarie' !, ? and 'Western Times.' v- R. P. OATS & SON, * ''.-ftr-j-.-A Auctioneer - Nev'Ile | 1 V; - .'KST - CRICKETERS' ' cG BALL : , * nc1- 24, 1944 , . .L HALL. l.iM '*? r'HESTRA. f'M . 3/-. UNIFORM jt'Si ' : pM ; ? K'/VS, Hon. Sec. lit -? ? ; SECTION M _ i ll 'i o rs 01 ill '.P. Board. ilffl «-iJ3S J o;:?.'r..f-.,aENt 'ratt ; i'.-i -sts by many Til' . uy..i ?, . . ! en nominated 'il Dl 'ci-; :?» .?( = ir P.P. Board | I ).*? ; i ' *?? father, Mr. F:; name to you .!» ,Ki ' I f \ :-e no means | jment of the | , - ? ' '0 years. f service in if ? J and work - life. FAGAN. na I t ... . ? j| uE ^ ?' &-? 'ember ? , October) ;j| ' tate buyc-rs :ice. Y ' ' ' iURED. \% -quested. | !*. ?? LTD. '?RANGE. J. .= j-xwjjiAJfPLES , ®ushcl Case, add Exchange, i Sidings, add 4/4 per case f...

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CATHOLIC BALL AT MILLTHORPE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

CATHOLIC BALL AT MILLTHORPE The annual Ca^h°Jic Ball held in the Amusu Theatre, Milithore, was an unqualified suc cess. .. . Orange sent a large contingent or dancers, and. in addition, there were from Sydney. Bathurst, Blay I ney, Carcoar and other districts. '? The ladies wro provided the supper received many compliments on the edibles supplied to the 176 couples present. The young secretaries, Misses Grael McCarthy and Win. Redmond, have every reason to be proud of the success of their first great effort. Stan Langridge's orchestra provi ded the music.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

IN MEMORIAM RADBURN. — In cherished memory of Dearest Mum and Grandma, who was called home on 25th October 1942. In our hearts there's a picture, More precious than silver or gold. 'Tis the face of our darling Mother and Grandma, Whose memory can never grow old. . . —Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law. Jinny and Fred and grand-children, Laurie, Joyce. Athol and Elva, and little grandson, f Trevor. I IN MEMORIAM i RADBURN! — In loving memory of Darling Mum and Dear Grandma, i who passed away October 25, When leaves of memories swiftly j fall, , ; And drift along the wind-swept ^ ways. Tenderly I count them an, And live again those yesterdays. —Inserted by her loving daughter. Rose, and grandchildren, Marg. and Norm., and little great grand child, Suzanne. _____ IN MEMORIAM RADBURN- — Treasured memories of our Darling Mum, Rose Anna, who departed this life, 25th October ,1942. , To be with you in the same old way. Would be our dearest wish today Till memory fades and life ...

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