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GALVANISED AND CORRUGATED IRON Stock Distributed [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

GALVANISED AND CORRUGATED IRON Stock Distributed Advice received from the Cowra D.W.A.C. Secretary (Mr. M. W- Whitby) states that the Public Works Department advises that all stocks of second-hand galvanised and terne-coated cor rugated iron have now been dis. tributed, and therefore no fur. titer orders for this iron should be submitted.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COWRA GIFT FOR MR. CHURCHILL Hand-Carved Pipe In Memory of Boer War Days [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

COWRA GIFT FOR MR. CHURCHILL Hand- Carved Pipe In J Memory of Boer War Days Mrs. A. Wright, of 22 Brisbane street, Cowra, intends sending a hand-carved pipe to Mr. Churchill, the British Prime Minister, as a Christmas box. She hopes that this pipe will remind him of his young days during the Boer War, when he and Mrs. Wright's hus band were, prisoners of war toge ther, says the Cowra 'Guardian.' Mr. Churchill at the time was re porter-war correspondent for the Dur ban Morning Post, and was covering the hostilities. Both he and Alexander Wright, a member of the Durban Light ! Infantry, were travelling aboard the 'Chievelcy a British armored train, when the Boers wrecked it and captured the troops on board. Mr. Churchill claimed immunity as a war correspon dent, but was sent to a prison camp with the others. He afterwards escap ed. Mr. Wright was subsequently re leased and returned to Australia. One -'-f the prisoners in the camp, to break 1 the deadly monotony, began handcarv ing pip...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYMPATHY EXTENDED TO MRS. JOHNSON Carcoar Red Cross Meets [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

SYMPATHY EXTENDED TO MRS. JOHNSON | Carcoar Red Cross Meets i A motion of sympathy to Mrs. I Johnson, in her recent sad ber eavement, was carried atfc last meeting of Carcoar Red Cross. Matters discussed included the holding of a street stall, on Novem ber 18. All members and nonmem bers are requested to give every pos sible support. ! A special appeal was to hand from i Headquarters concerning Red Cross j Day. It was decided to order buttons j to sell locally. ] Christmas calendars have arrived, and Xmas Cards are expected shortly. ]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY MRS. H. HUNGERFORD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

OBITUARYl MRS. H. HUNGERFORD The death occurred at Hazelbrook   on Thursday last of Norene (Mena)   wife of Mr. R. Hungerford, at the age of 34 years. Deceased was a daughter of the late Mr. Geo. Worboys, of Spring Hill, and Mrs. Worboys, of Orange. She leaves a husband and one son aged four years, in addition to her mother, two sisters (Mrs. T. Oldham Millthorpe, and Mrs. A. Chapman Bowan Park), two brothers (George of Millthorpe) and Will, of Spring Hill). Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Hun- gerford was on the staff of the Or- ange Base Hospital, and was held in the highest esteem in that and the Millthorpe districts. The remains were sent to Sydney and were cremated at the North Syd- ney Crematorium.

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MR. MARTIN DOOLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

MR. MARTIN DOOLEY A well-known resident of Spring Hill, Mr. Martin C. Dooley, passed away recently at the age of 36 years, at his residence at Spring Hill Mr. Dooley was a native of Spring Hill, where he was well known and highly respected. He had been ill for several years. He leaves a sorrowing wife and two sons, John and Frank, also   father, Mr. John Dooley. The de- ceased also leaves sisters and bro- thers as follows: Mrs. Dillon, Mrs Commins, Mrs. Finnegan, Mrs. Kelly Mrs. May (all of Orange); William (Auburn), Gregory, Arthur (Spring Hill), George (Dubbo). The funeral took place to the Catholic portion of Orange cemetery

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Weddings NIXON—DAVIS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944

Weddings NIXON— DAVIS The Methodist Church, Spring Hill, was the scene of a pretty wed- ding on October 7, when Clarice Mary, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Davis, of Spring Hill, was united   in matrimony to John Spencer, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Nixon, also of Spring Hill. The officiating   clergyman was the Rev. S. Hazel- wood, with Miss Joan Ironmonger as organist. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a beautiful gown of off-white satin, offset by a Brussels lace veil, kindly lent by Mrs. Jack Caldwell, of Borenore, and had pre- viously been worn by 72 brides. The veil was held in place by a coronet of double white stock and white lilac. The bride's bouquet consisted of double white stock and white lilac, with touches of pale pink and pale pink streamers. She was attended by two brides- maids, Miss Jean Agland, cousin of the bride, who journeyed up from Sydney for the occasion, and Miss Wilma Baker. Satin, with pale pink tulle head-d...

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

STEVEN— BOYLE On Saturday, 30th September, a quiet wedding was celebrated at St. Saviours Church of England, Punch- bowl, when Jean Margaret, only dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Boyle, of Punchbowl, was married to Driver Albert George Stevens (A.I.F.), elder son of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Stevens, of Bankstown. The Rev. H. Rogers of- ficiated. The bride was attended by her cou- sin, Miss Viola Winterbottom, of Gar- land, and the bridegroom by his friend, Driver Ian Watson. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore magnolia satin and carried arum lilies. The bridesmaid wore white net over taffeta and car- ried daffodils. A small reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, and the happy couple left by car for a short honeymoon on the Mountains. The bride and bridesmaid are grand-daughters of Mr. Winterbot- tom, of 'The Laurels,' Garland.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUST-PREVENTIVE COMPOUNDS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

RUST-PREVENTIVE COMPOUNDS War experience and research have resulted in the development of new rust-preventive compounds that great ly exceed the effectiveness of crank case and transmission oils or even nvlfl nrpRfiiirf* oim .orpase 3,-C cording to R. I. Shawl, professor of farm machinery University of Illinois college of agricuiure. Tests started in March, 1942. and run under outsire exposed conditions, using polished black metal strips and plow bottoms, gave the following re sults: . Crank case and transmission oil prevented rusting for 7 to 30 days. Axle and pressure sun grease pre vented rusting for 30 to 90 days. Five samples of rust-preventive compounds prevented rusting for 360 days. nf rnRtrnrey-efltiy.g.-g9m'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CUP BROADCASTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

CUP BROADCASTS 'Immemorial custom' is being shattered once again when next Mel bourne Cup race is run on Saturday, Novemberll, instead of on the cus tomary 'first Tuesday' — which, this year is the 7th. Since Archer won the first Cup in 1861, millions of money has cnangea nanas, ana tne great rate next Saturday will add its quota to the immense total. Broadcast sessions in the National programme dealing with the Cup will include a preview on Friday, Novem ber 10, at 6-43 p.m. and a 're.run' of the Cup on Saturday, November .11. at 6.35 In the alternative programmes lis teners will hear a running commen tary on the racing by Jim Carroll dur ing the Saturday afternoon. I

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DOG CRASHES INTO BICYCLE AT BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

DOG CRASHES INTO BICYCLE AT BLAYNEY Master Harry Sadler, of West Blayney, met with a painful ac cident recently. He was riding a, oicycle along Ade laide Street, near Theatre Blayney, when a dog came from behind a car and crashed into the machine. The impact was a severe one, and Harry was catapulted ever the handle bars. He sustained numerous bruises and a badly cut arm that necessita ted several stitches. Harry is now making good pro gress towards recovery.

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OVERCOAT COSTS £8 : STEALING CHARGE AT BLAYNEY COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

OVERCOAT COSTS £8 : STEALING CHARGE AT BLAYNEY COURT Jack Aiken (63 years), laborer, of Lyndhurst, appeared at Blay ney Court cn Wednesday last, charged with the following of fence: 'On October 9th, at Lyndhurst, he did steal one leather overcoat, of the value or ti, tne property oi Aiexan- i der Mc Vicar. Sergeant H. J. Cox conducted the prosecution, and defendant pleaded guilty. Mr. W. S. Bromhead, P.r.I., was on the Bench. Constable A. P. McGovern deposed that the coat had been left in un un attended sulky in the hotel yard, and had been taken from there. He in terviewed defendant, who v/as later charged with the offence. Aiken was fined £8, in default im prisonment with hard labor for 16 days. An order was made for the coat to be returned to the owner. The fine was paid.

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LYNDHURST PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

LYNDHURST PERSONALS ! Pte. D. Neil. AAMWS, is at pres ent spending leave with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Neal. * * * | LAC W. Muggletcu, RAAF has returned to duty at Parkes 'a for spending the week.end at Garland with his father, Mr. A. Muggelton. * * * Another local Air Force lad on leave is LAC Mervyn l^ees. * * * Sgt. H. Neil has arrived home to spend 24 days' leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Neil. * ? m Mr. M. Ridley has returned tc Syd ney after holidaying at Lyndhurst as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Emms. * * * A cricket team from Lyndhurst will journey to Blayney next Sun day. * * * Concert lovers are reminded that the concert advertised for 8th No vember, in the Memorial Hall, has been postponed until 8th December. A good programme is assured. Tickets are now available.

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WYANGALA DAM HOLDING DESPITE PROLONGED DROUGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

WYANGALA DAM K HOLDING DESPITE K PROLONGED DROUGHT K ? ^wuj Rumors to the effect that the wjii^Hia impounded by Wyangala Dam were ai^Hld low ebb due to the shortage of rain year and that the position would bccoc^H e: serious if the drought continued t next year are unfounded, says Com^Hge 'Guardian.' When interviewed. 'l^Ht ; officer in charee at the dam. Mr. Dilla^Hsif said that the water level was 27 Ka b^Hj low the crest of the wall at present. bi^H- there was still a vast body of backed up, and although the level -.vcul^B] drop sharply if the dry spell conimuc^Bj there was little danger of the failing. Ar present the height c: river at Cowra is 3ft. 11 in., we'll above the average summer lev..

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REPAIRS TO BE CARRIED OUT : BLAYNEY SCHOOL RESIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

REPAIRS TO BE CARRIED OUT : BLAYUEY SCHOOL RESIDENCE Renovations to premises at tached to Blayney Public School are to be carried out. In a letter to Mr. C. A. Kelly, I Minister for Health, Mr. R. J. Heff ron. Minister for Education, writes: 'T V»a\rA Viari nr»H*»r nntio.A vour 'Der. sonal representations regarding the [need for renovation services to the ! residence premises attached to Blay I ney Public School. 'I have authorised certain work for performance by the Department's painting and repair staff. The auth ' orised services include general reno vations to the structure, internal painting of the kitchen and laundry, attention to drainage, together with the provision of necessary paths. You may be assured this work will be commenced as quickly as the man. power resources of the painting and repair staff and the availability of materials will permit.'

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13-YEARS-OLD TO COMBAT ABSENTEEISM AT LITHGOW S.A.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

13-YEARS-OLD TO COMBAT ABSENTEEISM AT LITHGOW S.A.F. A rule which has been embodied in the regulation? governing employees at the Lithgow S.A F. for the past 13 years will be' enforced from this week to combat absenteeism at the establishment. It is understood that this is another step in the management s plans to eliminate persistent absentees. Any employee who has been absent without leave for a day will be required to report to the engineer in charge to make an explanation. If this is satisfactory, the matter will be dropped, but if it is not and the em ployee is warned, he may be .dismissed after three such episodes. Recently the management decided that an employee, j abSCnt

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SHEEPSKINS FIRM [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

SHEEPSKINS FIRM Winchcombe Carson Ltd. ru ,:H firm market was experienced f. r . {-H skins A the past week's Svih:, ? ..['H Best if to full wool merinos ;rc-H 9 jd. to 1 2d. per lb., ordin.-.; . ' to 9'd., two-third wools 7\d. --qH A wools 6d. to 7 id.. 3rd v.w; - d^Blhe to 5ld., ! w-pols 1 ?d. to V,;d 4d. to 8d. Bbst ' to full wui-! ,vicH breds, medium to fine quality, :i:,;.iSfH from 7\ d. to 9hd., ordinary n ;H j. 8d.t two-third wools 5 2d. to h|u wools 5d. to 6d., 3rd woo!-, :^»coi 5d., .] wools Id. to 3d., i i r. ^ to 6i!d. Pelts soid from ]d. Hides, calfskins and yearling appraised at unchanged figures. tions — Country heavy hides ^ r^Bhe 61-L per lb., medium 51d. t- . light 6d. to 8id., best counir- nSi^B skins to 12 ,d. per lb., cuts tr i ]c^^'s, faulty to 9 ^d., best country jto 10'd. per lb., cuts to 9d., hiuv 1 8.'d., plus the Hide Board bonj- ;^*e. 5 per cent. ?

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POPULAR LYNDHURST RESIDENTS FAREWELLED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

POPULAR LYNDHURST RESIDENTS FAREWELLED After 15 years l-esidence in Lyndhurst as license® of the Ro yal Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. William Bowen have left for Sydney, where they will live privately XO** soilltt liiuiuwia. Prior to their departure, Mrs. Bowen was entertained at a social afternoon by members of the local ! Golf Club and presented with an [English China tea set. A few friends entertained Mr. I Bowen on Monday evening last. Mr. Bowen has not been enjoying good health for some time, and we regret to say he will be compelled to seek medical attention in the City.

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ORANGE STOCK VALUES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

ORANGE STOCK VALUES Winchcombe, Carson Ltd., Orange, report a yarding of 4.000 sheep. Fats were plain descriptions and in short supply. The market was dearer. Best wethers made to 19/1, ewes 13/7, lambs 20/1. About 450 cattle— half the yarding fate — market irreeular and cheaper. Best bullocks to £22/11/, steers £1G I 8/. cows £12/17/. heifers £13, young | cattle and vealers to £15/4/. j Pigs yarded totalled 550, half of which were prime baconers and pork ers. Market very firm for fats; stores dearer. Backf otters to £8/18/6. baconers to £7/1/, porkers to £4 11/6, well grown stores to 45/, slips and suckers to 30/. Prospects for all markets good, yardings booked are light.

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Effect Of. Daylight[?] On Toba[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

Effect Of Daylig J 1 On Tobai I A discovery made in ? , Sates some 20 years age ? search scientists working ? co has proved of great j ? ue. They discovered tl H plants flowered only wht. H period of illumination w:- H . V ? J. . 4-lini «c TtrVl rtTl ? snort; uiat wuwl uue short and the nights lonj Although seemingly i that discovery had great in research and it has great practical significa; this war. The principle of that c being used to an ever-inc tent in selecting kinds ar of crops and in breeding for various parts of t States. Moreover, the day tor has enabled growers ? varieties of beans and other V'gttab les and field crops for use by f,in]1L,r in other countries, and to know in a( vance that under the prevailii;-- r,-n ditions in these countries the rJSr ticular varieties selected will riyr,fiU('( a ?

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MANDURAMA PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

MANDURAMA PARS Mr. ana Mrs*. M. Willard and dau- 1 ghter left on Saturday morning- last . 1 1 for Sydney after spending a holiday 3 with Mr. and Mrs. S. Bell. The last I few days of their holiday was marred « to some extent by the illness of their daughter. While in Mandurama^ Mr. and Mrs. Willard visited many rela tives and friends. J * * * i| ? Cpl. Nancy Parry, of the WAAF, J is holidaying with her parents and J friends at Mandurama. ,1 * * * ? Accompanying Cpl. Parry, another member of the WAAF's, will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Parry. * * * Distinct shearing is in full swing. 'Sunnyridge,' Mandurama is to start to-day (Wednesday).

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