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

The ' Victory Theatre CARCOAR'S RENDEZVOUS OF ENTERTAINMENT ! GALA OPENING NIGHT NEXT SATURDAY STARTING AT 8 PM SHARP FOR PRE-EMINENT PRESENTA TION ? . The Most Spectacular Musical ever made! The Sweetest Story ever told! BETTY GRABLE, ROBERT YOUNG and ADOLPHE MENJOU. 'SWEET ROSIE O'GRADY' IN TECHNICOLOR. With Reginald Gardiner. Virginia Grey. For General Exhibition. SHARING THE HONORS on this Grand Programme is the Hilarious Treat : The Surprise Laugh- Hit : 4 'LADIES OF WASHINGTON' I With Trudy Marshall, Ronald I Graham, Arathooy Quinn, Sheila f Ryan. Not Suitable for General Exhibition. PLUS: Latest News Short Featurettes

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

LYNDHURST 1 PERSONALS Sgt. W. English, who has been spending leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs. W. English, at Garland, i turned to Sydney to-day (Wednc day). He was accompanied by li wife and small son. Peter. * * * Mrs- Lewis, of Cowra, lias be( holidaying with her parents, Mr. ar. Mrs. H. Dolbel, at 'Grubbenbun.' *- * » Mr. and Mrs. Bowen, of the Roy& Hotel, are at present entertainin. Miss W. Bowen, of Batlow, sister o Mr. Bowen, and Mr. D. Beckman, brc ther-in-law. * * # Mrs- B. Death and daughter, Jenni fer, are at present holidaying at Blay ney with relatives. * * * Holidaying in Sydney are Mis. M. Suddull and Miss E. Hines. * * * Mrs. H. Hill had her niece. Mrs. G. (Simons, of Woodstock, to spend the I week-end here with her. * * * Mr. Alan Blake spent the week-end i here with his wife and son, who are i the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. O'Con nor. * * * j Mr. F. Furner journeyed to Sydney during the week to obtain medical at tention. * * * Cr. A- Denton is a patient in...

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

Broke Ankle Mr. H. Mues, of 'Bellcvue.' Eucha rcena, met with a veTy na«tv nccidcni while drafting sheep on his oroperty, falling and breaking a leg at the ankle. Despite bis Rreat age — he is clos*- to Ins 80th birthdav — and intense' pain, he displayed great fortitude when be dr.ve his car from 'Bellevue' to Molong road, a distance of eight -miles. where his daughter took over the wheel. Then, on arrival at the outskirts of Orange he again occupied the driver's seat and oilo led the car to a doctor's surgery. Later he was admitted to hospital for treat ment. He is now doing well, and is staving with his family in a flat in Kite sitcer, Oranee. More than 4,500 000 people live in j Australia's big cities and towns, in- j eluding about 3.100,000 in the six I mmmmm

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Trunkey Pars [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

Trunkey Pars Mr. R. Willie ms, V,eal Postipas£&T, . ^ | is still experiencing trouble eye Some time ago, i.h-. ?; yo was 3'ured bv a. flv'nr- '-?% gi ' ? ;; e? er th ? wl lot ith: . the the a oeauiiful English China tea-set. The President asked Mrs. Brown's . acceptance of the gift from members as a reminder of the good times all had had. Concluding, she wished the recipient every success and happiness £ in her new home. Others to speak were Mrs. W. Eng lish (first secretary of the Club), who endorsed the former speakers re marks, Mrs. W. Toshack (present secretary), who expressed tne nope that on some future date Mrs. Brown would return to play on the local links even if it was as an opponent, and Mrs. W. Emms. On rising to respond, Mrs. Brown was greeted with loud applause- She thanked members for their gift of remembrance, adding that she would always have a soft spot in her heart for Lyndhurst, and would cherish the memory of the good times spent on the local links. . Du...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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OUR RESPONSIBILITY AND OUR OPPORTUNITY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

OUR RESPONSIBILITY 1 AND OUR OPPORTUNITY tt would be a reproach to this community if we should find our stelves short of either our money or subscriber objective® in the aecond Victory Loan when the appeal ends on October 31. We shall not permit that to happen here if we look around in our homes and our places of employment and see the shadows of relatives and friends who to-morrow may be in the midst of desperate battles to gain vie. tory for us soon. Responsible leaders have warned us that soon anxiety will be in many Australian homes, and that while a clear road to victory is ahead, it is hot a bloodless road, and it will take all Australia has to see it through. Unless we at home are prepared to match the spirit of our soldiers, sail ors and airmen by making a supreme effort to do everything humanly pos sible to hasten victory, with our Work and with our money, we hand over our share of the burden to our fighting men. An investment in the loan by every person with as little as £...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Safeguards In Apiaries Bi[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

Safeguards In I Apiaries gl (By Mr. W. J. McKell, lVi L I Premier of New South \V-,i I The value or taees, not , ' i1, I ducers of honey, one of the lr ? P-H able and ca':l' ^in-ntrr) 01 ' v3|H of beeswax, ? 1 ? iH fruit, vcgcta.. ? not in the r- H nor have si : - -' H I their safegu;'r.i ' ? As this - .U' i- ..... wealth in t. roj:..; ;, ? honey, and trol or supi . ; been enacteu the Minister for Agriculture ? M,. ham) has placed before P.hI W Apiaries (Amendment) Bill, view of providing safeguard; jacking or inadequate. ' r'5! Though the value of the ]-, - , wax produced by bees is the economic purpose ihey scrw' h','0; pollination of the flowers of i'i ;i; . vegetable and forage crops is r.i' V, considerable. ' It has been noted, and nar;i ;,i,ri.. the western parts of the Sta:c. ;i:!t :'H ing to the almost complete .ib*, H bees following upon severe periods, hand fertilisation oi and melons had to be rcsorud ;u S order to secure any materia'! icii,r;i fjl plantings, and that oth...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Feeding Cows With Coal [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

Feeding Cows With Coal i It is reported from Washington ! that cows are now being fed with coal to make up a deficiency of nro teins. The coal, however, is in a synthetic ' form. It is a white granular solid re sembling salt, but is made of coal air, and water. The substance does LUJ1Liim any protein but furnished nitrogen, which makes protein. The use of this substance is the result of experiments conducted by research workers of the U.S.A. Department of Agriculture. Printed and published by Ray j mond James Neve for the pro prietors, R. J. Neva and Co., | idplaida Strwt. Rla.yn«v ^S.W

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FAMILY PLANES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

FAMILY PLANES Planning by private American aircraft manufacturers and aeronautic associations points to the sports plane becoming as popular in tiie U.S.A. in tiie post war period as tiie automobile was prior to the war. Manufacturer of the well-known 1 Piper Cub planes. Mr. William Piper, visualises whole families flying in '.heir own or a rented aircraft from town to town as casually as they would in a car. | Mr. Piper said that it would be ] necessary to construct tens of thous ands of aerodromes throughout America to take care of such traffic. 'These 'dromes would not neces sarily need to be large or elaborate. They would not need to be very large, and coulld be constructed cheaply out of sod, which I believe, is the best runway there is,' he said. The countryside should be marked with directions for private fliers, and weather information from government experts would greatly assist, he con I eluded. j SMALL AIR PARKS 1 Th« Motinnol A ? . ? . nauuucxi nciuiwuue Associa- , tion ...

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

AUNT MARYS j BAKING POWDER «.* A can Ajuppfy ii \ That's good news; j of Aunt Mary's Baking \ ^ able everywhere. Be sure - avourite Baking Powder, ^ test for over 70 years. i ' t iiute for Aunt Mary's | | ill be! i '? ? ? ? j '? nee with seasonal conditions. Shearing i usual. Various factors can influence ight or heavy, is shorn on time or not, ice which is 'as good as gold' — 1 \ Winchcombe, Carson &'? j Selling Brokers, Ltd. [t / Winchcombe House, Bridge Street, f Sydney. Branches — Newcastle, Yass, Orange, Forbes, Bourke, Armidale. 1 MUTUAL FIRE 1 I uw.^JE COMPANY LTD. I, ? ' THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICE ! ' 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. CPOP GROWERS! Protect yourselves against FIRE, HAIL, and LOSSES . . . CONTACT OUR REPRESENTATIVE. | W. J. BRADY — CARCOAR | THE I FARMERS & GRAZIERS I CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY CO., LTD. if. | Head Office : Sydney. f.j| J Branches. London, Goulburn, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Orange, Temora, IV ' Dubbo, Cowra, Tamw...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

|j T-jlljg I ?( S §M i. flHf §HiM victory io*w | Ipi . ^ ? — — ? - ? Protected |; ^ ' . !l, That the fighting forces of Australia and her Allies v! go into action protectively clothed and fed is due in j, '!;? part to Australia's contributions in wool, meat and ji |j j! other essential products. jijjj jj It is Pitt, Son and Badgery's established policy, both in peace and war, to co-operate with growers and f || - producers to the utmost, by means of a handling, j storage and selling service as | 1 thorough and detailed as long A| 1 experience and unstinted indi- -; j'i vidual attention can make it. |( Mw Pin, SON AND BADGERY LTD. I WOOLBROKERS ? - 'f il 4 O'ConneM Street, Sydney; Darby Street, Newcutfo. '! Ill ' J ^ Branch Office: Boorowa. '' * j^i ' SSflia J 1 1 slSSl iliiiil Licensed Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents. ' mmrnm It

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33 PATIENTS TREATED AT BAYNEY DURING SEPTEMBER. Hospital Matron's Report [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

33 PATIENTS TREATED AT fjAYNEY DURING SEPTEMBER. Hospital Matron's Report The Matron's report to the I monthly meeting of Blayney Hos pital Board, presided over by Mr. R. Muir, disclosed tha t 33 pa. tiemts had been treated during: September. Daily average was 4,16 males and J 6-16 females. | The total comprised 17 males and J 16 females. | HOSPITAL FINANCES. | The financial statement disclosed y the following part culars : !| Income for month, £404/8/8. j- The items were: Balance, 31st Au gust, £48/1/9; donation, Ladies' Auxi liary, £35; patients' fees, £168/13/1; subsidy, £74/19/3; contribution scheme, £74/14/1; sundries. £3. Bal ance, 30th September, £40/8/11. Monthly accounts passed for pay., '- ment totalled £333/16/8. - ? |

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NEED ORANGE JUICE AND COD LIVER OIL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

NEED ORANGE JUICE AND COD LIVER OIL ? - 1 If children are to grow up sturdy I and happy, with healthy bodies, good strong bones, fine teeth and ' sound constitutions, they must have plenty of vitamins now, say s an article from the Health Depart ment. That is, they must have or ange juice and cod liver oil or suit- I able substitutes every day. Nor i only are these foods necessary for children but also for expectant ! mothers; for the baby's life begins | before he is born. | Orange juice is necessary because it is . a rich source of Vitamin C and ir is this vitamin which protects the body from scurvy .and also keeps the blood beaivhv and raises its powers of resistance to in (Luiuii. -.;ne in two ounces of on-i?c juice daily will supply the child's needs of Vitamin C. If oranges are unavail able, tomato juicc. swede juice and p.:w | paw are the best substitutes. j Cod liver oil contains Vi.'amin D, 1 something which is likely to be short'. ' particularly during the winter moiinhs. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Two Ways To Make Red Cabbage Pickle [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

Two Ways To Make Red Cabbage Pickle i Red cabbage pickle is a valuable j aid in enlivening a cold meat meal i when salads are difficult to procure. ? and it is very easy to make, points j out Miss Clare Mitchell, fruit preserv. , in g instructor of the Department of I Agriculture, in an article on the home preservation of vegetables. The cab bage is not cooked, but will keep well, j if properly sealed, for about three j I months. | There are two methods of making red cabbage pickle: — j (1) Ingredients: Two good firm red cabbages; 2 quarts vinegar; 4 oz sugar; & oz peppercorn; 1 oz allspice; ? 4 oz salt. i Method: Prepare caobage by re- 1 moving outer leaves. Cut in four and remove stalk. Shred finely and place j in a china or earthenware bowl. Mix : salt in freely, let stand overnight. ; , Boil all the other ingredients for 10 I minutes, strain and allow to cool. | Strain cabbage and fill into jars. Add j the cold pickling vinegar. Seal and ! keep in cool dark placs. | This...

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SHELLS TO BLAST ENEMY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

SHELLS TO BLAST ENEMY Aligned on the deck of a U.S. battleship are rows of 14-ii^ch shells ; tk ady to be hurled against an enemy target in the growing U.S. j Navy offensive in the Pacific. — U.S. O.W-L picture- j

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

Cook Bros BLAYNEY ANNOUNCE that they have oeen aP pointed by the Agricultural Depart ment as SOLE AGENTS IN THI CARCOAR DISTRICT for receival of all Vegetable! grown under contract with the Commonwealth Govern' ment. Also Stole Agents, for receival IjcaUy grown Potatoes under ltl! Government contract scheme. PULL PARTICULARS SUPPLI*® ON APPLICATION. CAM REED & SON (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney. 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. Local Repiesentat.ive: Mr. Arthur Higgs ?PHONE: CARCOAR 3.

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CIVILIAN PARTNERS FOR RETURNED SOLDIER SETTLERS Has Disadvantages, Claims Cowra Digger [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

CIVILIAN PARTNERS FOR RETURNED SOLDIER SETTLERS Has Disadvantages, Claims Cowra Digger j ? I Returned soldiers should not go into partnership on the land with a civilian, said Mr. J. Davidson, at the recent meeting of the Cowra R.S.L., when re porting on the Molong Conference on Closer Settlement. He attended this «... irom trie Cowra K.b.L. One of the points made at this conference was that a returned soldier going on to the land should go into I partnership only with another returned man, and not with a civilian. If hd I goes into partnership with a civilian then, the benefits and assistance which th# Government will extend to soldier settlers will not be extended to him. It was pointed out that there were a number of points such as that soldier settlers should be informed of. Over 10,000 military aircraft were produced by Canada up to the end' of 1943.

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PERMISSION TO ERECT TELEPHONE LINE GRANTED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

PERMISSION TO ERECT TELEPHONE LINE GRANTED At the October meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council, Mr- E. S. Suddull, 'North vale,' Lynd hurst, wrote . seeking permission to erect a telephone line afcross a lane running ttuough. from the Cowra Road past his property. He was practically the only person ! who used the lane at the point where the line would cross it, advised Mr. Suddull. The Shire Clerk (Mr. Callinan) ad vised that he had written to Mr. Sud dull intimating that Council had no objection provided the work was car ried out in accordance with the P.M.G. Department'^ regulations. The Clerk's action was endorsed.

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

I DISTRICT WOOL At the Sydney wool appraisements n Monday last, Mrs. A. Cooley & ons, Woodstock, secured xbred 18d.. ' ?3d., comeback 17£d„ 17d.. 16 Jd.; r- Robert Smith, Cudal, fleece 17d., fggets lGld.; H. J. Goodacre, Wood ™ck, xbred 163d., 16£d. ; T. & H. J ^odacre, Woodstock, comeback 16 id.. red I6jd., in Winchcombe, Carson's atalogue. m

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[?]A VINES FOR STOCK FODDER Nearly Equals Lucerne In Protein Content [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

FA VINES FOR STOCK FODDER r early Equals Lucerne In Protein Content With ithe introduction of me chanical peapicking, Australia will follow the example of the United States in conserving tine vines as valuable stock feed. A statement from the Department Agriculture says that each acre neas. when cut and threshed, will -out Uirce of vines, food vjlue of :?-' vines is com ; Co rh at of iii .rne, the pro ? 'n content of the ory matter aver ting about 12?, per at. as against - '--Pr ecnt. in »-'«;,? lucerne, i'oring-.+aie r-Icl- ? ? season viners be in cps?: at Bathurst, .orpe, Oberon, '-?ton, Richmond, Spring Terrace, arana and Woodstock. The department advises farmers iterested in using this food to con lct the management of the vining lant.

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DONATION FOR CARCOAR HOSPITAL? Waugoola Shire Council Discussion [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

DONATION FOR CARCOAR HOSPITAL? Waugoola Shire Council Discussion 'How about the Carcoar Hos pital. It serves a big area of the Shine?' This question was put by Cr. F. C Row lands to last meeting of Wau joola Shire Council. Before the meeting were applica tions for donations from Cowv-i Fis trici AmDUiance, Canowindra Hospi. la! and Canowindra Ambulance. It was pointed out that the Cano windra Ambulance was not y«t op ati??g, but hopes to be in service next year. Ci. Rowlands gave it as his opir ion that Carcoar Hospital served a greater area of the Shire than did the Institution at Canowindra. Cr P. W. Richardson (Pras dent) suggested that Council defer con sic. eration until a request for a dona tion was received from the Carcoav Hospital, when 't would be dealt with on its merits. A motion that the Council make a donation of £10 to the Cowra Ambu lance and £5 to Canowindra Hospital A' as carried

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