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LONE WOMAN SAVES HER HOME GALLYMONT FIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

LONE WOMAN SAVES HER HOME GALLYM0NT FIRE (By Our Correspondent). Men. of the district were once more called into action on the afternoon of ttie 22nd inst, when a Are broke out on the property of Mr. J. White, and travelled ^ into 'Little Forest/' owned by --? Mr. J. Healy. Mr. White was absent at the time, and Mrs. White, who had two young: children in her care, bravely foughts the flames and saved her home. - Mr. Healy, a man of over 70 of age, was on his property at tfglii time. With the fire within, Jialf-ra-nW^^ of his homestead, he realised the tility of fighting a lone battle^ sOibd^j to Gallymont, four miles away, assistance. The only, men available at;- v the time, Messrs. K. Molloy and,' Lynch, hurried to the scene to itadr..; Messrs. J. Healy. D. Tarrant, Ken^M Heaty, R. Fuller. F. Bright and lu%l J. White fighting desperately in lonff|g grass an a., half-mile front. Fortunately a flight change wind aided the . fighters^ and ;fihe JJi^p was turned from.:the ing a nqx^-ea^...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

LT. GEN. WAINWRIGHT, Who relieved Gen. MacArthur in the Philippines. He is now a prisoner of war In Japanese hands.

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

TRANSPORT OF CARCOAR CHILDREN TO COW&A SCHOOL 7ITORE than £1200 per year will be expended on the conveyance of children from Carcoar Land other centres to the Cowya -High School, following the approval an increase in subsidy- by the! Minister for Sdu cation -Mr.*PltTttraaatttig: -jCxtigcts from a letter by- ^e^SEapfer Tio the' local member (Mr.' F. Cahili) Is: 'I have much pleasure in advising you that I have approved of iui increase in the subsidy to these children to 1/3 per child, under the same conditions as already paid, to take effect as trom \ February 1, 1944.'

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VICTORY LOAN. £20,000 FOR BLAYNEY Millthorpe, £7,500; Carcoar, £6,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

VICTORY LOAN. £20,000 FOR BLAYNEY j Millthorpe, £7,500; Carcoar, £6,000 I Blayney must subscribe £20,000 and have 200 subscribers to fill its money and subscriber quotas in the firet Victory Loan. Mill thorpe's quotas are £75000 and 100 and1 Care oar's £6 000 and 70. Blayney should strive for the spec ial red pennant which will be award ed to the winner in each of six popu lation classes, the town in each class gaining the higest per capita figure being the winner.

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WESTERN WOOL APPRAISEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

WESTERN Wool APPRAISEMENT® Winchcombe Carson Ltd ieport.^| Charles K. Kinghome, Lyndbum 22d, 2 1 d, 20Jd, 19}d; wcihtrs )]? 20id. 19id; pieces 142d. Clivc son. East Guyong. Wethers 1 1 ;d, 1 9 A d ; hoggets 17d; broken comeback, i^id, I Bid; crossbicd E. G. and R. M. Green, Gariand. £vi^| and wethers 2Hd; hoggets 2 Id, 19 id; pieces 1 3 id. Henry Grubt^^ Garland: Wethers 2 lid, ewes 19 id, broken 15 id. Thompson Orange: Wethers 2 l id, 20 Id. broken 1 8d. Kevin M. Patcrson, da'i. Ewes and wethers '2 Id, flctcc Mrs. E. A. Field, Lidster: Wethers Iii^H 1 S £ d ; ewes 19£d, 18id; hoggets pieces 1 3 2 d. Donald Larnach. Glooi^H Wethers 2 1 id, 20id, 19id, 19d: btoitH 16 id; comeback 20 3d; crossbred 20j^H 20 id, 18£d, 18dL Frank D. Co^^H Mandurama: Comeback 20 2 d . 20j^H 19|d: crossbred 18id, 1 8 1 d. R Griffith, March: Ewes 20id, 19yJ, ISi^B fleece 19|d, 18d; pieces 13d. Charman, Turondale: Wethers 20j'^^H 18d; hoggets 193d; ewes 19 id. Fntl^fl D. Drady, Mandurama: Hoggets 20;i^| ewes...

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GERMANS TO FLOOD HOLLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

GERMANS TO HOLLAND 000 1 LONDON, Wednesday r I ish paper, 'Afton Tidni the Dutch paper. 'Haags : stating: 'The German 0; -'V'!® thorities have decided u, parts of North and Sn..; ufi and the provinces of y^, Friesland should an A]i'w; n'J J! be attempted. To prever- ,,lriv5sii; advancing, the Germans . A]]^ country regardless of i;]f '' '°°tl tk lament from the farmer? Tchries ^ not care how many tov.-ns fJ, ,1' are flooded.' ' At the same time, a xeth secret paper which has land, reports that in Holland the Germans have- pi- * cendiary bombs in evacuate/^ - and orders have been driven ^ everything should be buried L ^ of a German withdrawal. ^ The underground paper Sl5t ther that German demolition ,! * have arrived in different tr^-v,, ? land with orders to blov. up buildings suitable for hou.-;n? ?

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TRUNKEY Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

TRUNKEY Personal Items Mr. G. Godden is recuperating in Sydney after his recent illness. ? ? ? Mrs. Kirby, whose health has been indifferent for some time, has been obliged to seek medical attention. More and more local and district ! residents have been obliged to cart I household water, owing to the pro longed drought. * j '*.*?' Mr. Archie McKellar, who has been residing for several years in the For. bes district, is staying with Mr. and Mrs. T. McLean. ? * ? Mr. and Mrs. Jack McLean, of Richmond, have returned home after holidaying with Mr. and Mrs. T. Mc Lean. ? ? ? Miss Ella McLean, accompanied by cousins Bill Hailstone and Bruce Scanlon, is holidaying in Sydney. ? ? ? Mrs. C. Hailstone and Mr. E. Hew ard spent last week-end with tlieir mother, Mrs. Wilkins, of Mandu rama.

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

NUF SED! After 40 Years* Trading -' Carcoar we are still doing our best tn f'11 satisfaction Clark©1 Co LEAVE YOttp» ORDER FOK TfI*' 'CHRONICLES' WITH US. ^ \ s . v ? -r j rWOOLTO Tramp and Press the Bales brand them and consign in accord- -1 tnce with the advice on the right. ?' jj Its soundness results from the ^ T^Bmm!1kL thoroughness of the firm's work as ^ but young In energy, they^e* each client full benefit of tlieir special 1 teowledgejin the handling of the Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. Wincheombe House, Bridge St, Sydney. Branch at ?

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

t He's'' Wearing Your Wool! p jj|e a'r» on the seven seas, and on the battle-fronts of a '? world at war, Australian wool is making a vital contribution I to the victory of the United Nations. Stock and produce grown on Australian soil are also serving the food front at home and abroad. Son and Badgery are proud to continue in war as in 80 many years of peace, their association with the growers j. and producers, and to maintain long-established standards of Jyf./ expert individual service in handling, storage and sale. 1 PITT, SON AND BADGERY LTD. 4 O'CouneH Stteet, ^Sydney; Darby Street, Newcastle. sm&:- JplPH r Licensed Auctioneers, Slock and Station A genu HKlBOTBIFIOATIOir OP IpJ^lACHIAN VALLEY hydro, electric turbine station. HBkap^Rai-jiiiwir under constructiorf at Wy iB^a!jaagal* Dam will probably be opened |MK|fay ?ihe Premier (Mr. McKeU) when The construction of the i^-tuifrrtnes was necessary to boost the ilp^tatfe grid of Burrinjuck, Ldthgow Port Kembla, which has...

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Lyndhyurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

'V Lyndhurst ^ Personals '&? '«'.j ? I Miss Z. Bamgarten, of Blayney, » ,f was a visitor to Lyndhurst last week. | end as the guest of her friend, Miss J K. Townsend I J * + *? i L.A.C. Roy Suddull has returned to, I his unit after annual leave with his' j mother. j * * * ? Ronald, the baby son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Leabeater, is at present a pa tient in the Carcoar Hospital with a s bad leg. * * * Mr. Cliff Hoad is spending a holi- \ ! day in the City with friends. * * * , Pte Reg. Townsend. who has .been3** in West Australia for a lengthy per- l iod, is at present spending leave with his parents at the Post Office. ... * * # ' » V Mrs. Stan Dwyer is, at present holidaying with her mother-in-law].jfcl'. Cowra. ^ Enjoying annual holidays ney? is Mrs. R; Kirby, of HARVEST FEST3n^B^;^| Despite adverse weather there was a great dispiay-'l®|ii1^^ and vegetables at the ,'i Festival, held at the Church ;?®|ljSpp land on Sunday. Later the ^ were sent to - the Carcoar v DiBtntt ' : Hos...

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BARRY NEWS Pte. Hildebrandt Entertained [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

BARRY NEWS Pte. Hildebrandt Entertained Pte. Eric Hildebrandt was enter tained at a social at Barry. The at tendance was large and a thorough ly enjoyable time was spent in danc ing to excellent music, voluntarily supplied by Mesdames Sampson and Cork, Misses Sparke and Cheeney, and Messrs C. Oheenev_ H Roach and J. Steer. The duties of M.C. were capably handled by Mr. P. Masters. During the evening eulogistic spee. ches were made by Messrs. A. A. Cheeney, P. Masters, H. Roach and H. Cork. The guest and his companions. Sapper Joe Fowler and Pte. Lewis, suitably responded. Supper was provided by the la dies. RAIN WANTED. Most of the pea crops have been harvested. Owing chiefly to the ad verse season, the returns were not too profitable. Unless rain falls very soon, most of the potato crops will * be very light. | The annual inspection of the local i school was carried out by Mr. Bruce j last week ; ====== I

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POSTWAR CIVIL AVIATION HIGH-CLASS TRANSPORT PLANES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

postwXr crviL AVIATION HIGH-CLASS TRANSPORT PLANES The recent announcement by th- Prime Minister of the Government 1 decision to build heavy bomber-tyjp.: aircraft has an important bearing or. civil aviation after the war. ' Mr. Curtin stated that the project would be an interim step towards a high-class transport type of plane, and to the manufacture of 'both war like and civil aircraft in the post-war period.' Keen interest in the development of civil aviation after the war is being shown throughout the Empire, ana Lord Beaverbrook announced a few days ago that Britain had designed two new civil aircraft, the Brabazon and the Tudor. In 1939, before the war broke out, Britain had about 100 oversea air craft, but Lord Beaverbrook spoke in terms of 2000 planes, some 80U above the pre-war total for the whole world. The largest prewar types were the 'Empire' G-Class flying boat, manufactured by Short Bros with an all-up weight of 73,500, and' 24 pas sengers, and the Armstrong- Whit- wo...

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FAREWELL SOCIAL AT BURNT YARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

FAREWELL SOCIAL AT BURNT YARDS i I A farewell social was tendered Mr. I and Mrs. Hector Henry and family in ( Burnt Yards' hall recently. A nice gathering assembled to bid the family au revior and wish them all the best at her new home in the Eugowra district. During many years' residence at Burnt Yards. Mr. Henry has been in the employ of Mr. E. B. Matters, of 'Spring Dell.' The guests were welcomed with 'For They Are Jolly Good Fellows,' followed by a presentation. Mr. C. S. Baker, as chairman, asked Marie Baker to present Mrs. Henry with a bouquet. In a few well-chosen words, the speaker expressed regret that the family was leaving the district. She wished them every success and hap piness in their new home. On behalf of Burnt Yards people Mr. Baker handed Mr Henry an en velope of notes, with best wishes from one and all. The recipient suitably responded. 1 Dancing was indulged in during I the evening, music for which was I donated by Mrs. Claude Wells (piano), while extras were ...

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NUTRITION AND HEALTH Importance Of Vegetables And Fruit [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

NUTRITION AND HEALTH Importance Of Vegetables And Fruit The recent campaign to increase vegetable production in home gar dens has thrown a flood of light on the teachings of science for years past, i.e., the necessity for the in clusion of more vegetables and friut in the daily diet. On behalf of the Health Associa tion of Australia, Dr. John Dale, Med ical Officer of Health. Melbourne City Council, points out that all fruits and vegetables contain essential vitamins and mineral salts. As some of these elements are lost in cooking the value of eating raw fruits and vegetables is emphasised. Raw cabbage is as nutritious as let tuce, raw grated carrot, turnip and beetroot have a surprisingly nice flavor. Tomatoes contain the impor tant vitamin C. Dr. Dale states that apples are a valuable aid to digestion owing- to their physical and chenrcal proper ties; hence the value of eating an ap ple or piece of an apple after every meal. Children should be given ap. pies regularly for regulati...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

RETURN THANKS I WISH to tender my sincere thanks to the men from various parts of the district, and to the soldiers from Bathurst, for their work of firefighv. ing at my property, following out breaks on 15th February, and to those men who again came to my aid on 22nd February. JAMES HEALEY, 'Little Forest,' Gallymont ? THANKS MR. and MRS. G. WINTEREOTTOM. of Garland, wish to sincerely thank everyone who kindly came to their | assistance during the recent fire.

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GALLYMONT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

gallymont Miss V. Bright, who for some time has been employed on munition wor. has accepted a transfer . . t atLeeton. Before departing for that j centre, Miss Bright spent afewdays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Br5ter spending leave witlv her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J?- , ' Arowea,' Miss E. Fuller, AWAS, returned to duty. Mr K Molloy who was on a busi ness trip to Sydney, returned at once upon receiving word of the recent ! dangerous fire.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

THANKS MRS. A. GREEN and FAMILY- of j. 'Trilee,' Garland, wish to expreed. . . their deep gratitude to the memb^nJ^: ,V; of Fire Brigades, friends, and all and everyone who foughtfflk*^ strenuously and unselfishly to extol-' - guish the fires. xm their properties. THANKS THE TUCKER FAMILY wish to thank Dr. Cass. Matron Boleyn. Smedley and Nursing Staff of Car coar District Hospital for kind atten tion to their late father, Alfred Tucker, duringing his period in Hos- ?

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

IN MEM0RIAM HARVEY. — In loving memory of my grand-daughter, Pamela Jeanette, who passed away 1st March, 1943. 'God's Greatest Gift — Remem- brance. —inserted by her loving grai'd mother, Auntie Hilda, little Ronnie, Teddie and Diana. RETURN THANKS I DESIRE to express my deep in debtedness to those men from Ne ville and Shaw, who stood by to sava my home on the occasion of the fire on February 15, and also to the men who burned breaks in the vicinity during that night, and to Delia ana Denis Knight for measures taken to save personal effects. A. M. LYNCH, Gallymont.

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[?]FRIENDS AT PARTY Blayney Couple Honored [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

? FRIENDS AT PARTY Blayney Couple Honored ^?About 100 friends gathered at Hb party held to celerate the en ^Hgement of Miss Doris McFavvn Gnr. George Cowen, and a ^Kg-ht evening resulted. ^H-los were rendered by Misses Lois ? Lola Brabham and Jean Burrell, ^?st Messrs. W. Abbott and Jim Iinge provided music for dancing: ainty supper was served, uring an interval, a presentation made to the young couple, en be of friends, by Mr. W. Abbott, ' acted as chairman. Congratula s and best wishes were extended, other speakers to add felicita s were Messrs. J. Reed, Stan k, G. Gleadhill, J. Grainge, W. ch. and Mrs.' W. Ryan, nr. Cowen, in a neat speech, nked all for the manner in which j had been honored, and for the Ipy evening provided. . welcome was also given by the irman to two of Gnr. Cowen 's ip mates — Ernie Lowe and Les. ant — who were home on leave, he speker, in his remarks voiced thoughts of all when he said they e happy to see them in Blayney. I would be happier still when they i...

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Mandurama Personals... [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

Iandurama rsonals . . . iv&jY inson, of 'Millamolong/' , t' irc.id home following a few! T'r Cjty. j * ♦ * , 0f a painful accident recent v Bell, her many friends will . to learn, is now on the * * * IP ; iotic Dance on Friday was a great success, was capably supplied by . )rchestra, and was much by patrons. ? * , j short leave with his aughter, as the guests of 's parents, Pte. W. D. II -. . s returned to camp. ] ' -r * * Sydney is Mr. J. Ellery |n. [ * * L Betty Goodfellow has left for L where she will take up du I * * * 1 Eush Fire Brigade meeting. In the hall on Saturday last, httnded by over 50 members, ping discussion of matters e the meeting, it was decided to [again at an early date. j SOLDIER'S THANKS. ss Dell Knight received a cable 1 i letter from F./Sgt. Murphy, , and he wishes to thank the orts Fund for parcels received. RAIN NEEDED. in is badly needed throughout [jstrict. Many householders are Ing up diminishing tank supplies irting water.

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