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DISTRICT WOOLS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

I DISTRICT WOOIS it^^Bsults secured at Winchcombe, i s '?'^^?on's Sydney wool appraisement I Wednesday included: Tom E. notable stud clip, Tantallon, ?hiP^^tge, hoggets 2lid., 19Jd., 19id., LOse^^S.- broken 16d.; ewes 193d. , 191d„ broken 153-i. ; lambs 161 d., -«K 15Jd. W. A. Dunhill, Carlton, ^t,^Murama' wethers 204d., 19 Jd., 18d; Mpfe 19Jd.. 18id.; broken 15d.; lamDs

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET Lyndhurst v. Blayney [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

CRICKET Lyndhurst v. Blayney Lyndhurst defeated Blayney by 83 ? runs, on the local ground on Sunday r last. Scores were: it BLAYNEY. Hahn. b A. Prosper ? ? ? 0 ^ J. Evans, b C. Furner ? 0 j R. Clegg, l.b.w., b A. Prosper . . 7 .. £ J Toohey, b C Furner ? 13 ^ A. Lloyd, b A. Prosper . . . . ' . 31 W. Smith, fc C. Furner ? 0 C. Quail, not out ? ? . 57 R. Clancy, b D. Ferson .... 10 P R. Moad, b C. Furner . ? 16 j | J. Nixon, b A. Prosper ..... 2 * W. McCulloch, b W. Hibberd .. 8 H. Jenner. c J. Emms, b W. Hi'o- $ m ? berd ? ? 0 ? p ' Sundries ? ? .. .... 6 *?:. S-. — - 'A TOTAL ? ? 250 . -V LYNDHURST. \ E. Boys, c R. Mead, b W. Smith 29 ? I N. Hibberd. lb.w., b W Smith 3 j E. Ulph, b W. Smith ...... 0 s C. Leabeater. b W. Smith . . . 0 ; A. Smith, t W. Smith ? 30 i A. Prosper, l J. Evans, t- \V. ? . Smith ? 36 . ! R. Hoad. c P. Moad ? 35 ? D. Ferson, c J. Toohcv. J. . ! Evans ? 25 \.l O. Ttate. t P.. Moad, b J. Evans 12 J. Emms, c and b C. Quail . . 81 r|= M. Fuller, not out ? 34 | ; ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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"AN EXCELLENT RECORD" Magistrate Commends Hotelkeeper [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

'AN EXCELLENT RECORD' I Magistrate Commends Hotelkeeper fAl the Blayney Licensing J iurt on Wednesday last, the li ise of the Royal Hotel, Lynd rst, was transferred fr:m Wil m Bowen to Leonard John -onan, of Fudman Street, Esi i granting the application, the trate, Mr. W. S. Bromhead, that during the fourteen years Ir. Bowen had been the licen. ; had appeared before the court o occasions, the first when he ranted the license, and the sec hen he transferred to Mr. Noo. excellent record, and one of he could be proud,' comment . Bromhead.

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

!« : J? W ^nem ridge raos f ,W ns THE OLD BACEOOtJBSE. Saturday, November 4. Six EVENTS. — First race at 1.45 p.m. Bookmakers operating. Syd Races broadcast. ? Dance At Night GOO® MUSIC. — Come to Newbridge and have a Grand Day's Sport. GEO. BEHN, Hon. Sec. AUCTION SALE Cottage, land, Stock, Plant, Household Furniture and Effects On A/c Estate Late Harry Lamb. OSMAN STREET. BLAYNEY. Saturday, November 4th ARTHUR CROFTS Licensed Auctioneer, BLAYNEY. UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES To be held in Parish Hall, Blayney. ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. AT 8 P.M. . 'The Current Scene In China' (Lecturer: H. D. BLACK. M.Ec.) ADMISSION, 1/. Members of the Public Cordially Invited. W. DUTTON, President, Blayney Teachers' Federation. XTOWELL'S Dandruff Remedy. (Small 5/, postage 5d.; Medium, 10/, post 1/; large, £1/5/, post 1/6). Not only removes all dandruff and irritation but nourishes the hair. Sent anywhere. W. HOWELL, MP.S., Chemist. ORANGE. \\THEN IN ORANGt. — Dine in Comfort at the ROSE MARIE CAF...

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

? ^ fel WOOL GROWERS j| BEFORE CONSIGNING YOUR WOOL . . CONSULT : H RILEY NEWMAN ||l PTY., LIMITED 1 111 RE VALUES. 'PHONE ORANGE 958 or BLAYNEY 69 II W and a Representative will Inspect Your Clip. . : |\f if Local Agent : A. J. COOK, BLAYNEY. j;| l| ' ? The Science ef being || (J 'BROKE ;:|||j a awKsf.® ? iilil keeps a man (or a woman! 'on top oi the world wrnple invest- a' 8f j | ™fr_ * uw ahilHnafi a week in a Commonwealth Savings Bank . - T » ]| account you can Jitt yourself oul oi the rut, and put yourself to a poslHan ?; | I ?o ISurJ yout future prosperity by the °» * ' ** '^4 I B War Savings Certificate!. Make a start out of this week a pay «nrelop». . „jj* ;j| « Open a Savings Account' ; ,r|||Jj | with the v' COMMONWEALTH SAVINGS BANK ^ * fl ; ' ? ? ^ |

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

/ giGiven j \ / * £V«-- I beg to en' J \ / WO / £\ra sent toe by 1 \ red tifrrbugH I \ § iave already \ (Moftor to | | \ M Saies\ §g )?&£ || \ §' / ^ II Agent / Jto '||| insurance Coirip««^ \ ; — DOMO SEPARATORS ^^11

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

I WHERE to buy the 'CHRONICLE' 'RONICLE' is cn sale ar the .. , ? i 'cwsagents: MF ' HEALY, Blayney. C ARK. Carcoai. O j. i -EABEATER, Lyndhurst. ROSSER, Blayney. \MOS, Milltborpe. f . 5UCKLEY, Mandurama. if DEVENISH, Neville. V i HILL, Woodstock. ; . COLLINS, Newbridge. ? I.' l LACE YOUR ORDER, as v restrictions necessitate a 7 ; ' [MIT ON THE NUMBER ? ri;;;',. 'SPRINTED. !

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FIRST AID FOR WOUNDED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

FIRST AID FOR WOUNDED An American medijcal officer puts a bandage on the hand of a U.S. Soldier injured during heavy fighting on the Western Front. —U.S. O.W.I. Picture.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]ARCOAR P.P. BOARD TAKES ACTION [?]abbit Infested Properties [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

J'AK.COAR P.P. BOARD TAKES ACTION ? ? imabbit Infested Properties ' At Blayney Police Court on ^.^?Vednesday last, Carcoai- P.P. j 'j^Board summomed two district ^Hroperty owners far failing to | fleal with the rabbit pest. cc.,-nBr- W. S. Bromhead. P.M., was on !? Bench. iy McKenzie, of 'Hillview.' J Creek, was charged with the I r lg to comply with any of the lents of an Grder given to the Carcoar Pastures Pro Board, on September 11th, to d continuously to suppress :roy all noxious animals, to ? bits, which are upon such i any one or more of the pre nethods specified in the said :1 proofs were given by Mr. A. :y, Acting Secretary of the Frost. Rabbit Inspector to P.P. Board, in evidence. pected defendant's property August, and found it badly with rabbits. No recent work i -done in the eradication of tin inspected the property on 17, and saw that very little d been carried out. Only an row had been dug out here j ?e. Some of them were only j Jx October, another inspection , ie, and...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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First W.A.C. To Land In France [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

First W.A.C. To Land In France First Sergeant Nancy E. Carter, of Charlottesville, Virginia, was the lirst W.A.C. to step ashoft in France.

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

I HERO I without medals H ('?'? sun h. the dairy farmer, Is a ' ii'.M 1 1 e doesn't wear a medal, H i'i In- s a job that is highly ir.-.ooi in the strategy of the ii r ? ions. By working longer H ? r i ? -. - by sticking to it in the H ''?-? uC nought and other heart out unavoidable diffl ? and his fellow dairy S --Ti ^..Liduced during the last 12 ? months the splendid total of more than 1,000 million gallons of milk. But we've put it straight to Jim ? Smith and his fellow dairy farmers t,lat even this is not enough to meet -Australia's commitments. No one H doubts they will produce the extra ? milk required. H * * * ? 1N THE SUPPLY OF OTHER FOODS. ? -T- ^ 'stralia has to meet obligations ? a Ic'' demand not only the utmost efforts ? '{ ^arQe scale producers, but the coopera H 10,1 of every citizen. You help by H -^cePting war-time difficulties cheerfully; lowing your own vegetables and keep H ? 9 a ^ew fowls; and by conserving food H . n '-c'-y possible way. ? Issned C'wealth Food ...

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

£50 REWARD r£«HE above reward will be paid for information leading- to the convic tion of any person or persons dama ging wire netting fencii.g. interfer rnffini °°d 01' nettinS or ?ue,or removinS wire from any or the fences on 'SUNNY RmnP1 ?Simnv Rid- ' Printed and published by Ray mond James Neve for the pro prietors, R. j. Nevo and Co., Adelaide Stroot. Rlavnou V.S.W.

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

?Victory ?Theatre I Carcoar ^Kf-tioi-: Western Cinemas Pty. Ltd. Bookings: Ffrone CARCOAR 31. I NEXT SATURDAY Knster Matinee at 1.45 p.m. KnING SESSION: 8 P.M. SHARP ft; thrill of a lifetime . . Hitdoor Romance at ITS BEST! ?'HOME IN INDIANA' Ms.- GLORIOUS TECHNICOLOR ? With WALTER BRENNAN. fttogether with: MURDER in a W-ROPICAL PARADISE . . . ?'BERMUDA MYSTERY' Hth Prestom Foster, Ann Ruttier H ford, Oiardes Butterworth. ^piAPTER ONE of the Exciting Serial at the MATINEE: I 'The Secret Code'

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Control Of Insect Pests [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

Control Of Insect Pests The following seasonable hints for vegetable growers are given in the current number of a home gardening bulletin issued by the Department of Agriculture: — f PW..U- 4U. a. vjriuu2$ vi LJie i;-xuu-ige mum aiiu white butterfly may cause consider able damage in October. Young cab bages should be dusted regularly at seven to ten day intervals with 50 per cent- lead arsenate dust. When the hearts begin to form, derris dust on a mixture of equal parts of to bacco dust and lime should replace lead arsenate. 2. Carrots and parsnips infested with aphids should be dusted at regu lar weekly intervals with nicotine sul phate or a mixture of equal parts of tobacco dust and hydrated lime. Ap hids are a serious pest of carrots, as they transmit a virus disease for which there is no known control. The variety Champion is resistant to this virus, 3. Cutworms and vegetable weevil can he controlled by use of a poison bait consisting of 3J oz. of Paris green or 2 oz. of sodium ...

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Miss Batcheldor Tells Secret Of Peapickmg [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

Miss Batcheldor! I Tells Secret Of Peapicking 'Actually my system is not to j pick peas from the vines, but to j push tihie vines from the peas,' said Miss Thelma Batcheldor, 'Australia's champion peap cker i in a recent interview in Rural j bank's 'Magazine of the Air.' 'This does not harm the vines and : other crops will grow if the vines are 1 not knocked about by the pickers,' | she continued. 'You simply use your 1 forefinger and thumb, and push with both hands, and when both your hands are full you slip tliem into the buck ets. This saves a lot of waste time, and it also increases speed ' The interview, in the form of ques tion and answer, is as follows: You must find this pea pickirfe very Lirmg. jl ve iiea.ru mat us a oacK breaking job. Well, it is. unless you are properly trained in the W.A.S.P.S. method. You see, I tutor the girls in their own homes before they start on the field. My method is to teach them to toucli the:r toes ten times night and morn ing and gradually in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY TOWN TAlK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

blayney town tal J Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Davis, of Nyn gan, spent the week-end at Elfy^ey, staying with relatives, Mr. W. Gray, of Osman Street. Mr. Davis is at present engaged shearing a 'Angullong' Station * * * Another visitor who has been stay ing a few days with Mr. ana ivua. Gray is Mrs. J. Phillips, of Nyngan. | * * * l The mile cycle race at King j George Park on Sunday morning at- i tracted six competitors. After an in- : teresting race, Don Hancock proved ; the winner by half a wheel from Keith Abbott, with Fred Davis in i third place. i + * # Home at Blayney on annual holi. | days is Mr. Victor South, of Bathurst miliforv nncf nffipo atflff * * * Mr. George Hodson, of Blayney, who sustained severe head injuries when he fell from a cycle several weeks ago, left on Monday for Syd ney, where he will receive further j treatment. , I , * * * l District sales at Homebush last : Thursday included 120 xbred suckers ; from C. F. Garrett, Blayney, which made to 26/4, avg. 21/8. at Winc...

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CARCOAR PROPERTY SALE "Woodville" To Be Offered At Public Auction [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

CARCOAR PROPERTY SALE 'Woodville' To Be Offered At Public Auction An important auction sale is listed for Saturday, November 11th, at 3 p.m.. at Carooar. j Mr. T. Stammers will submit, on ! behalf of the Executors of the Estate ! of the late F. ' W. T. Wood ( deceased ) ) A U Wnnri 'Wnnrtvillp ' of Viie ! office in Carcoar, the well-known pro perty, 'Woodville.' The property is a most attractive one, and comprises 573 acres free hold. Full particulars are advertised in our business columns. 1400 London bus drivers, conduct ors and conductresses were killed of injured during the flying bomb raids. Services which were suspended, bee. | ause there were no drivers or conduct ors to man the buses, are being res tored as the injured workers resume their jobs. j

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SOLDIER PICKS FIGHT WITH WINDOWS : "TOO DRUNK TO REMEMBER" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

SOLDIER PICKS FIGHT I WITH WINDOWS : 'TOOl DRUNK TO REMEMBER'! A soldier was charged at the longong Court last weeK with sniaijM ing 14 windows at the Soldiers CI™ the previous FnVJav Const. told Mr. C. 1 ? ? Neville Athol n,'.\ - i : '? walked up to -;n . ' I other and p -t !- fl^t t' panes. His hand v.o..s /fl police later saw ,'vm. in t.M. who reniariied 'Vou tent type of young man.' H ^aid, 'I was jast tjo diunk -!'^B Vhat I was d;'/'i . ' M n ' «s2 and ordeiv.i ... pav ; H *vtion ?

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EX-CAPTAIN OF BOATS NOW "PULLING" HIS WEIGHT IN SHEEP BREEDING Moorilda Romney Marsh Stu[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

EX-CAPTAIN OF BOATS ? NOW 'PULLING' HIS ? WEIGHT IN SHEEP ? BREEDING ? Moorilda Romney Marsh Stfl After two years in the .sdiool'slMf 1 'eights,' the 1944 Captain ofH§| Boats at The Scots College |K&j| Stuart Gordon, is now pulling hfcHjg weight in the stud sheepbrenlins^K industry at the Moorilda Roninci B^H® Marsh Stud, Newbridge. At Moorilda he is partnership his brother, Gnr. George Gordon. is away with the A.I.F., and with excellent foundation of the stud it pears that these young breeders be greatly heard of in the future. At the CarcOar Show they the Romney male championship witii a Moo rilda-b red ram, wliotfj^H sire and dam were both bred and import/Ml from, the famoui^HR waiorasigajnai aruu in - Zealand. Hp At The Scots College. Mr. GnnHj was a keen all-round sport, partic^H larly interested in cricket, but 'jr^H the manpower position at Mooiil^H is improved by the return of hi? ther, he will not play again.

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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944

CARCOAR TOWN TALK Cpl. Roy Davis, who recently re turned from New Guinea, is spending , leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Davis. * * * Tel. Dave Cheffins, of the R.A.N., has returned to Sydney to report for i duty after spending leave wiuw» mother, Mrs. A. Cheffins. Mrs. Chef fins accompanied Dave back to Syd ney. * * * Mr. and Mrs. H. Angel are at pre sent holidaying with Mrs. Angel s mother at Bathurst. * * * Mrs. G. Smith and children are spending a few days in Orange.

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