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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

WOOL GROWERS SI i fiy BEFORE CONSIGNING YOUR WOQL . . CONSULT: | |j;U RILEY NEWMAN- . . | PTY., LIMITED |j RE VALUES. 'PHONE ORANGE 958 or BLAYNEY 69 ||| ji and a Representative will Inspect Your Clip. .-Mj j Local Agent : A. J. COOK, BLAYNEY. . :^f| | The Science of being 'BROKE' 1 Tbe only dividends you get from spend-as-you-go are down-trodden heels. H GH and frayed trouser cufts. Thrift may be an old-fashioned virtue, tut It .stilt - 'v- HI keeps a man (or a woman) 'on top of tbe world'* By the sunple invest- ; n| ment of even, a lew shillings .a week in a Commonwealth Savings - Bank M account you can litt yourself out ot the rut. and put yourself in In to assure your future prosperity by the easy purchase ot War ; 9 War Savings Certificates. Make a start out of this weeK s pay envelope. jfl Open a Savings Account ^O^H| 8 COMMONWEALS SAVINGS BANK 1 OF AUSTRALIA |||| i

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nazi Base At Cherbourg [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

Nazi Base At Cherbourg View of tbe left centre section of the south block of hangars at the Nazi seaplane base at Cherbourg, looking toward the front or east face of the hangars. The base suffered heavy aerial, naval and artillery bombardment during the bitter battle for the port.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]oducers' Activities BLAYNEY DISTRICT ORGANISING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

Ioducers' j Activities j tUYNEY DISTRICT ORGANISING I he newly formed branch oi Primary Producers' Union at ymey promises to be a very | ►ng organisation j their urst meeting on Thursday last a good attendance v/a'i | it.'' Mr. John Welch (Presi- ' occupied the chair. I ittendance also was Mr. R. C. Ii, vxcuerai r-resiaent oi ine rri Producers' Union. Mr. Gibson sen in the district several days usly, and had visited sections of ea, in company with Messrs. lch and L. Skene. It was re , that the response for support sen most encouraging. «ED EOR 'ORGANISATION. Gibson, in an able address, id the necessity for organisa ad co-operating in facing up tc ms. They must do so in a re wav Ha Qta+oil \K7V»af Viari ^?attained in other localities ^Bbe done in the Central West. ^Bhole outlook was being revolu ^Hd, and all must play their part ^Structure that was world-wide. ^Kroducers were entitled to a reward for their efforts, and ^Bary industries must be re from the sphere of a gam said Mr. Gib...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

^AUSSIE Pictures LYNDHURST Saturday, November 18 th. Perfect Programme ! Ueawna Ihirbin, Frajiciiot Tone and Pat O'Brien in: 'HIS BITIIER'S SISTER' a Supported by V H°ST OUTSTANDING PICTURE POUR SHORTS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

£50 REWARD fpHE above reward will be paid for information leading to the convic tion of any person or persons dama ging wire netting fench.g, interfer ing with flood or netting gates or cutting or removing wire from any of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE ' Sunny Rid?- vxq^h,i 'ims Cook Brosf BLAYNEY ||( ANNOUNCE that tliey have oeen ap-Ber pointed by the Agricultural Depart ment as Ilia SOLE AGENTS JN THE® CARCOAR DISTRICT Be for receival of all Vegetables ? | grown under contract with l;'| the Commonwealth Govern- 1^. ment. I11;: Abo Sole Agents for receival o' Bar I JcaHy grown Potatoes under tbe Kt Government contract scheme. Bpc FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIED Kh ? ON APPLICATION. ?lj. CAM REED & SON I (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental I Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney. 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently »e and Dignified. Local Repiesentat.ive: Br Mr. Arthur Higgs f 'PHONE: CAR*COAR 3. B, Printed and published by Ray- ft noond James. Neve for the pro- W prie...

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CHILDREN'S MEAT AND TEA RATION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

IHILDREN'S MEAT AND j TEA RATION Iildren who were under the age ne years on June 30, 1944, were eligible for the adult ration of ? or tea for the present ration wever, those children who reach *?2^ Of Hin#» vAnre Viofnrp .Tiirift 30. H' wiU receive tea coupons and rneat coupons when the next is ?of Nation books is made. aPProximately 100.000 children ? the age of nine during cach p w°uld be adminivstratively W^ticable to grant special issues B child reached that age. ^T^thermore, these children do not nutritional disadvantage ® 'te Commonwealth Health ^ rxties consider that children ?1n ne€d an adult meat ration un l*1® of ten.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

')i'i November 18, '44 llonster Matinee at 1.45 p.m. VBNING SESSION: 8 P.M. SHARP lid » CRIME DOCTOR'S e STRANGEST CASE' Starring WARNER BAXTER, also: 'WE'LL MEET AGAIN' it]i VERA LYNN, th© girl with the Golden Voice. olor Cartoon and Community Singing . Chapter THREE of the Exciting Serial at the MATINEE: 'The Secret Code'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Amazing Results From Vermin Killer [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

Amazing Results From Vermin Killer 'Amazing' results were achieved j with the use of the recently discover ed wonder killer of vermin, named D.D T., in experiments at Broken Hill, says the 'Barrier Daily Truth.' A small quantity of the killer, which is applied by spray as flytox, was brought from England to jsroiten Hill for testing its efficacy as a fly killer. It was remarkably successful. It is cheap as well as effective, and has saved probably thousands of lives already, but so far is not available for public use in Australia. It prom ises to prove a wonderful boon to

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FLOUR MILL TO CLOSE AT CANOWINDRA? Question In Assembly [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

FLOUR MILL TO CLOSE AT CANOWINDRA? Question In Assembly The possibility of the Canowindra Flour Mill closing and the wheat supply diverted to a city mill was mentioned in the Legislative Assembly recently. Mr. E.. P. Dring, member for Ashburn ham, asked the following question: I ask the Minister for Agriculture whether it is a fact, as reported, that the flour mill operated by the' Western Flour Milling Company at Canowindra will possibly cease production of flour at an early date? Can the Minister inform the House what causes have led to such a decision, and will he ask the Minister for Commerce to assist in re moving any difficulties, such as in regard to the supply of grain, in order to en sure continuity of operation at this mill. Mr. Graham: It is reported that there is a_ likelihood of the flour mill at Canowindra closing down. I am not aware of the reason for this, but I understand that an application has been . made for the wheat from that mill to be transferred to a city mi...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMMUNITION STOLEN AT LITHGOW [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

j AMMUNITION STOLEN AT LITHG0W Although mounted guards patrol the area, thieves broke into a mi'itary store in the Lithgow district recently and stole 3000 rounds of shot-gun ammu nition, valued at £45. They gained entry to the store by forcing a window. The ammunition is the property of the Commonwealth Government. Detective t'. E. Mabbutt and Plainclothes Con stable W. J. Heron are conducting in vestigations. Ir is understood that the guards have a large area to ' patrol ? apparently too large.

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GILGANDRA FARMERS REAP RICH HARVEST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

GILGANDRA FARMERS j REAP RICH HARVEST Gilgandra district fanners, un like those in many other parte of the country, are reaping a rich harvest this year. Riverina buyers alone have pur chased over 4000 tons of hay dur ing the past few weeks, and if it bad been posible to secure suitable labor a much greater quantity would have been sold. To give some idea of how the stooking is can™ out by men experienced in the hay business, it might be mentioned that four men in one day on Mr G. A. Altmann's Fairfield property stook ed just on 100 tons. Another instance a gang of nine men stooked approx imately 350 tons in two days on Mr.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fame Hangs By Hair [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

Fame Hangs By Hair To say that some of our most noted actresses would have achieved less success if they had worn their hair in a different fashion is probably an exaggera tion, . but there is on doubt that many of them have owed some measure of fame to the color or style of their coiffures and to the new fads which they have start ? ed. Certainly Mary Pickford and her fam ous curls were synonymous. When she cut them a few years ago the whole world mourned the loss of Miss Pickford's crowning glory. When 5ean Harlow ap peared with the blondest hair ever seen on the screen, dubbed 'platinum' by her studio, many pretty girls quickly changed the color of their tresses. Irene Castle nearly broke up many a happy home when some girls began bob bing their hair en masse. Later, they let -t grow .again when Greta Garbo intro uucea rnc long dod. In between, the girls copied Theda Bara's and Gloria Swanson's curls, Anita Loo's feather cut. Clara Bow's flapper bob. When Colleen Moore had her ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Le Mans Capture Recalled Classic [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

Le Mans Capture Recalled Classic The recent capture by the Allied fopces of the quaint and almost mediaeval city of Le Mans on the way to Paris will revive memories amongst many motor racing en. thusiasts of the classic French Le Mans 24 hours motor car road race, which for many years an. nuaJly provided one of the world's most interesting motor contests, j says the Dunlop Bulletin. The strenuous 24 hours race was j instituted away back in 1923, the con ditions of the event calling for all competing sports cars running in tour ing condition, with hood, lamps, etc., the former having to be erected while the cars were driven over the first 20 circuits. This contest was very popular with the French populace and huge crowds ranging from 90,000 to 100, 000 people used to camp and picnic around the picturesque 8.37 mile cir cuit for the full 24 hours to watch the progress of the contestants. Large fields were annually attracted, most of the European countries being repre sented by their l...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

If thou seest aught amiss in an-l other, mend it in thyself. — Burton. I

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SHEEPSKINS FIRM [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

SHEEPSKINS FIRM I Winchcombe Carson Ltd. report Values for sheepskins were main tained at the past week's Sydnej sales. Best 3 to full wool merinoj made from. 91 to 12d per lb., ordinary 7 id to 9£d. two-third wools 7 id to 9d, \ wools 6d to 7gd, 3rd wools 4 Id to 5£d, i wools 13d to 32d. lambs 4d to 8d. Best 3 to full wool crossbreds medium to fine quality, sold from 7 id to 9£d, ordinary 6|d to 8d, two-third wools 53d to 8d, £ wools 5d to 6}d, 3rd wools 3d! to 5d, \ wools Id to 3d, lincolns 3£d to 63d. Pelts sold from |d to 22d pei4 lb. Hides, calfskins and yearlings real ised late values. Quotations: Country heavy hides 5gd to 6§d per lb. medium 5Jd to 61 d, light 6d to 8ld, best country calfskins to 12Jd per lb. cuts to lid, faulty to 9jd, best coun try yearlings to lOJd per lb, cuts to 9d, faulty to 8Jd, plus the Hide Board | bonus of 5 per cent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

T. G. STAMMERS AUCTIONEER STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAR ? ?- ? Sales conducted in Any Fart of tbe District Agent For: — Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. Insurance Conroanv DOMO SEPARATORS I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

I WHERE TO BUY THE | 'CHRONICLE' THE CHRONICLE' is cn sale ar the allowing Newsagents: MRS. HEALY, Blayney. 1 W. CLARK. Carcoai. \ . oC. J. LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. -*?' MRS. ROSSER, Blayney. J. C. AMOS, Millthorpe. C. H. BUCKLEY. Mandurama. MAY 8 DEVENISH, Neville. W. H. HILL, Woodstock. V. P. COLLINS, Newbridge. iNDi- Y PLACE YOUR ORDER, as ?wsprint restrictions necessitate a rRICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER F EXTRAS PRINTED.

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BLAYNEY CUP Next Saturday's Races [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

blayney cup $ Next Saturday's Races Now that; the Melbourne Cup has been run. and wfon, all' interest is centred cn tbe Blayney Cap, on Saturday, 18th inst. Big nominations are expected, and a record day is anticipated. No effort on the part of the committee is be ing spared in their efforts to accom plish. this. Besides the Cup, prize money amounting to £50 has been allocated for the six races. The track, situated on King's ' Plains road, has been piaced in splen did order. Comfort of patrons has been speci ally cater for. A refreshment stall v®; and publican's booth will be on ground. Race booklets have Jjeai ;-'-p printed', and a prize will be to the holder of the lucky Blayney District Band will rend&Xi^^^ musical programme between iacea;^P Many bookmakers have promise^^^P be present. Proceeds are in aid of the1 fun^fop3?p the building of the new Baby Health . M Centre at Blayney — a most deserving cause! ' 'k

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Will Not Open For Wheat Silos In Boree, Lyndhurst And Waugoola Shires [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

Will Not Open |l For Wheat 1 J Silos In Boree, Lyndhurst And Waugoola Shires ? ? i'l'C. l' The following1 advice has just been received tiy OJvvra District War Agricultural Committee Irons the Wheat Commissii&nlfr: An adequate supply nt seed wheat for sowing in 194o is a matter of particular national importance. Tha urgent demand for seed wheat in areas where crops have entirely fail ed, or have been fed off, is sucfi that a very large quantity is required in bags. The wheat to be received for seed could be broadly described as F.A.Q. of the varieties sent in. The. seed required will be received in the. areas where ctods have nartiallv fail. fed, ana -a premft&j _^or this 6eed wheat is being- arranged- Details in regard ^ to the seed wheat's acceptance at railway stations will be$m-pliedi later i*. by the Department of Agriculture and the Australian Wheat xsoard. In addition to seed wheat, a large V quantity of wheat in 'bags is neces- t. sary for urgent demands, par...

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L.G. ELECTIONS 15 Candidates In Waugoola [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 November 1944

r LG- ELECTIONS sea-« ? xcolyS Candidates In Waugoola n Seven district men have nominated lr the Waugoola Shire Council in ad Miion Lo eight of the retiring council lors who arc seeking re-election. Fol f®v.ing are the nominations for the jBuious ridings: — A riding: W. J. Bry -fln. Cowra; L. W. Dunn, Wattamon Ira: Roy Langneid, Morongla; Lar.ty an, Jur., Rangarooby ; \V. A. O'Neil, cnfcll Road: D. J. Mclnerney, lorawatha,. B riding. A. J. Gavin, Walli; J. E. ilheson, Canowindra Road; P. W. chardson, Canowindra Road S. W. ien, Glen Logan; C. G. Rowlands, C. riding: J. T.. Goodacre, [Wood ck; R. J. Hailstone, Mt. McDonald: D. O'Brien, Woodstock F. C. Row ids, Waugoola.

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