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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

AUSSIE Pictures i * ' LYNDHURST # 1 Saturday, March 11, 1944] basil RATHBONE and JLOMA] ' MASSE? . ? J (and she's dangerous!) in:- j 'INTERNATIONAL Also: High-Class Western, withj Chester Morris and 'Wind^4ft?J 'Waggons Westward' |1 'Australian Boys' ToW| ^HAT A*

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICE 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Efficiency and integrity are the kejjnotes of this Company. Sympathetic consideration is the watchword. Prompt and. honorable settlemen of all is the 'motto.' Represented throughout this district by— W. J. BRADY — CARCOAR NOTICE A REWARD OF £ 150 will, ble paid to the person or persons giving Information that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL ?S. ING SHEEP from 'Combing Park.' , REWARD OF £50 will be paid for information leading to tbf conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Net ting on 'Coombing Park.'* ANYONE FOUND TRESPASSING. Shooting, Rabbiting or Fishing on 'Coombing Park,' will be prosecuted without respect to pet son?. 20/4/'27. THE WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY LIMITED

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Probable Postwar Aviation Trends [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

Probable Postwar Aviation Trends Addressing Manchester branch of Industrie, Assoc* i tion the Chief Designer of A.\ Hoe ! and Co, Mr. Roy Chadwick, summed 1 up some of his views on the Probab^ ! trend of aircraft design in the fir ten years after the war as follows.— I Type: The chief type will be the ! conventional niulti-engmea muilu* I plane with fueslage and tail surfaces. ; The all-wing aeroplane will be de j veloped in large sizes with cabins ana i power, plants inside the wings, j propulsion: The petrol-burning in ternal-combustion engine with propel . ier will be the most common, type of ' propulsion for some time Jet pro i pulsion will be developed but will not : be in common use for civil aeroplanes ' in less than 10 years, i Pressurisation: The pressurised cabin for passengers will undoubtedly I become common. ' Size: All sizes of civil aeroplanes. - from the 10,0001b or 15.0001b 'feeder line' type to the 100-ton 'airliner', will be developed and used. Helicopter: The hel...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWBRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

NEWBRIDGE - At Homebush on Navin, Newbridge, to £11/18/, avg. £io 3 heifer yearlings 9/8, 8 vealers £7/17 Newbridge, 1 heift han Bros,. Lyndhu; , 23/7, avg. 19/.; AY;; hurst, 31 xbred we:, lambs and hogget to 20/, avg. 18/1: Lyndhurst. 43 weth 16/1, 42 ewes 9/7; - thorpe, 70 xbred e . 15/6, 36 xb wethers combe, Carson's an

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

^^IIMERS & GRAZIERS Bf great stock record at homebush H|§rt For the past 22 YEARS, the achievement of the 'F. & G.' BEf In Hailing tile GREATEST WIJMBEE of Sheep and lambs Bg| is a performance wiiidt SPEAKS FOR ITSELF . . ! jg the Company's Reputation for SECURING HIGHER AtlCES, and ITS SATISFACTORY SERVICE that Stockowners continue their Valued Support from Year to Year! WUHpNSIGN TO THE GREAT COUNTRY ORGANISATION , Farmers & Graziers H^^^5;bp£RATIV£ GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY . COMPANY LIMITED. AUQTlQNfEERS, STOCK & STATION AGENTS.

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CONTROL OF BLIGH [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

CONTROL OF BUG1 Autumn-sown poi,. coast,, now being p;, liable to blight, if t± because of the larg. carded blight-infect- ; farms as a result '... break, points out Branch of the Depa: . r_. ^ culture, and every ? ? Vj made to give the tion conferred by gp: :? deaux mixture. The ;? ,.~.vv' J. from blight which ov. .. .r; ', j planted coastal crops ; have been preventer -4-. ing. ' ? ? | There is no questi- : ,,, - spraying will pay on ^ 'year which favors blij..-,: ly with contract cron-. i »v& season is one of freqi: therefore a season of acre if blight does n-.-, crop ' Now is the time to an;: ments for provision o: ^ equipment, much of to be improvised. Spraying should :-,.e » the crop is about nine should be repeated a: :cri^ intervals if weather -?- r.ti.iKssi rant it. The princip\- - : tca» prevention of the disea- iromg lishing itself in a crn;. ? ;;i;s be the grower's aim n.aim protective covering nf s;.rsy foliage during the bligir period, crops planted in Febi u n...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Infantrymen In Manoeuvres [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

Infantrymeti In Manoeuvres Australian infantrymen at an advanced battle area ma'^e full use of camouflage as they charge an 'enemy' posi7.cn during manoeuvres. — Department of Information photo.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Making Tomato Preserves [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

Making Tomato Preserves With supplies of tomatoes becom ing available in larger quantities, the following hints in preserving' mis use ful fruit should prove valuable. In the preserving of tomatoes it is iecessary to use good quality fruit as well as jars and rubber rings A-hich are of good quality and in good condition. The following direc tions describing two methods of preserving and the procedure for the production of tomato juice, are taken from a home gardening bulletin issued by the Department of Agriculture WHOLE TOMATOES With care it is possible to preserve tomatoes so that they maintain suf ficient firmness to enable them to oe I sliced. The flavor js that of cooked tomatoes, not fresh. Firm sounu, slightly green tomatoes should De selected said washed thoroughly; ripe tomatoes can be preserved, but they will not remain firm. If it is desired to peel the fruits they should be dipped in boiling water for about a minute or until the skins crack; then dip the fruit in cold wa...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RECORD SHIP LAUNCHING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

RECORD SHIP LAUNCHING Seven of ten cargo ships launched in record time of 1 1 days at California shipyard. The total number of ships launched in the United States since that country entered t+ie war is now well over 2000. — U.S. Office of. War Information Picture.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Jonah, 1943 Style [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

Jonah, 1943 Style Blown out of his plane, dis gorged by an enemy submarine in which he was imprisoned, 1st Lt. Bernard A. Gillespie returned to the Allied fold to receive the Silver Star for gallantly in action. thf» TT.S War Dent has disclosed. Gillespie's Martin Marauder B-26 exploded over Tunisia dur. ing a bombing mission. He para chuted to earth, was captured and sent to Italy by submarine. On the way, Allied patrols suc cessfully attacked the underseas craft and Gillespie dived over board — into Allied hands.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH OF WELL-KNOWN TROTTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

DEATH OF WELL-KNOllf TROTTER fs ! OOD Deal, probably' tht best known I trotter to have raced in the westS i - ern districts, has died. Good Deal, whef' , was 23 years old, started in more' than }; 300 races, won 53 of them, and scoreq |j at Harold Park, Richmond, and eyerf -J! trotting track in the 'west. He last woii in Sydney little more than three yeats'. i j ago. Good Deal carried the well-knowa colors of Mr. Harry Owens. J j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORE VITAMIN A IN SUMMER BUTTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

MORE VITAMIN A IN SUMMER BUTTER That butter produced in summer is a better source of vitamin A than winter butter is clear from a study 1 made at the University of Wisconsin 1 by Soil Berl and W. H. Peterson. The investigators analysed 200 samples oi butter produced in January, March, July, and September, the samples be- , ing gathered in various parts of Wis- j consin with the help of the .State De- j partment of Agriculture. j Indicative of the results (reports the 'National Butter and Cheese Journal') is the rinding that butter produced in September, after cows had been on pasture all summer, showed an average vitamin A potency of 18,000 international units to the lb in comparison with 10,500 for Janu ary butter. As far as 'ready-made' vitamin A is concerned, September butter averaged 9.06 micrograms per gram of butterfat, while January butter had 5.89. But the investigat- | ors found that seasons had more in fluence on the content of carotene, i the yellow coloring matter which ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONSTANT WORRY Keeping Roads Trafficable [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

CONSTANT WORRY Keeping Roads Trafficabl|| Lyndhurst Shire Council's J gineer the worry ctf after the Shire roods. . seems a worry with Mot inches- 1 !j machinery available and the ever ; |V shortage of manpower ^.-1 Afew more worries were added few jj Mr. Gerty's list at last meeting ' df| I'J ' Council. :;;f Letters were received from Mr. a,' J. Drady, regarding condition of roadf I, , at Garland; Mr. C. M. Rose, regard-| fl,t ing Victoria Street, Millthorpe; Mr. JJ Ws W. Holland, regarding road at Greg-I i|' hams town; Mr. C. E. Pound, regard® |r.V ing mail route from Gallymont ! Cobb's; and Mr. R. A. Hughes re3 -: - garding road at Four Mile Creek. '4 | These matters were left in the ESQ^t;:': gineer's hands to be attended to -a»A; soon as possible. j ^ ?;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEROES OF NEW GUINEA WHY NO BLAYNEY APPLAUSE ? (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

HEROES OF NEW GUINEA WHY NO BLAYNEY APPLAUSE ? (To the Editor). Sir, — One is moved to ask whether the public is entirely dead so far as demons tratable appreciation of the magnificent efforts and supreme sac rifices of our fighting forces is con cerned. On Saturday night last, there was screened at the Theatre Blayney a newsreel gazette depicting the return of wounded Australians, seaie being stretcher cases, the fighting for the Sattelberg Mission (in which many wounded were shown being brought back from the forward line) and the investiture of heroes of this war at Admiralty House, Sydney, with awards of valor. Some of the decorations had to be given to the sons of the men who won them, the latter having laid down their lives. This gazette, which was one of the best the writer has seen screened, a crowded house. Is this a reflection of the character of those who saw the screening or does it mean that the audience was so deeply moved by what they saw that they were incapable of gi...

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"A DISGRACE" Vandalism At Millthorpe [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

'A DISGRACE' Vandalism At Millthorpe 'The youth are an absolute disgrace to Millthorpe. They are just vandals.' That remark was made by a Coun cillor at last Lyndhurst Shire meet ing. Cr. A. Amos commented cn the vandalous way in which the youths had broken the lattice on the kiosk in Millthorpe Park and damaged the seating accommodation. Cr. Amos said Mr. Bentley was en gaged in cleaning up the work and he was doing a good job. He was a conscientous worker. The Councillor added that if heavy timber could be obtained for seats, they could be bolted into posi tion. It would be no use making seats of light timber, as they would be stolen as fast as they were put in position.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

' CARCOAR TOWN TALK A sum of £8/10/ was cleared at the dance and euchre party, held on Saturday night last, in aid of the Comforts Fund. The gents prize for euchre was shared' by Mr. C. How arth Mr A. E Ridlpv and Mr. T Furner. The ladies' prize was shared by Mrs. T. G. Stammers and Mrs. C. howarth. * * * Miss Neta Thompson, of the Tele phone Exchange, Penrith, spent part of her holidays with Mrs. H. Thorpe. *. ? » Mr. and Mrs. C. Kind are home again after holidays at Katoomba and Orange. * * * After being an inmate of the Dis trict Hospital for some time, Mr. W. Furner has now been discharged. ? . * * Spending holidays with Mr. and Mrs. N. Done, of Carcoar, are Mrs. Les Done and her mother, of Mait I land, and Miss Tuck, of Sydney. Following an enjoyable holiday at Sydney and Katoomba, Miss H. Stammers has returned home. » * » Mr. and Mrs. C. Garretty are also home again after holidays at Ka toomba and Orange. * * * Mrs. W. T. Clark has returned home after spending a few weeks ?wit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRUNKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

TRUNKEY i ! Mr. and Mrs. C. Hudson are again | residing at Trunkey. [ ? ? . Harvest Festival Sunday was held at the Presbyterian Church on Sun day last. Considering the drought stricken nature of the district, the display was satisractory. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. S. Warren and fam ily have taken up residence at Rag lan. Mr. Warren is at present em ployed by the Railway Department.

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"BATTLE OF WAU" Interesting Brochure Issued [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

'BATTLE OF WAU' Interesting Brochure Issued T^, Director- General of Information (Mr. E. G. Bonney) stated yes terday that 'The Battle of Wau', first of a series of brochures covering the ' achievements of the Australian forces in the' Pacific war, was now being made available in all parts of Australia as fast as the distributors could reach retailers and booksellers. He said that it was in tended as far as possible that the suc ceeding brochures in the series would be put on sale' at approximately monthly intervals. The printing industry, like every other industry in Australia, was laced with tremendous manpower and . cither difficulties, and the schedule of re . leases would naturally be dependent upon the capacity of the industry to ? cope with the order. Other brochures ? to follow in the series include 'Jungle \ Trail.' dealing with the patrol activ ities in the New Guinea jungles; 'Bat- y tie of the Ridges', covering the fighting ?' in the Ramu Valley; 'Salamaua Siege', Milne ...

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DOES ITS BIT Hospital Younger Set [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

DOES ITS BfT Hospital Younger Set Blayney District Hospital tm« to be looked after, and the Yoonger Set seems to be doing its bit in that direction. In the past year, the Set has dona ted f our beds and Jockej-s to the Hos pital, and equipped each ward with a- cosy stove. Anything the Hospital wants the Younger Set does it best to get. It was mentioned at last week's Annual meeting that, when the new buildings are finished, the Set would probably be called on to assist with the furnishings.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

With to/tick t*e Aerte .... tvery penny saved is a direct contribution to the war eHort. We do help the war effort it we place our money in a Savings Ba: account, or ii we buy 5/- National Savings Stamps, thus avoid. unnecessary spending. One page oi a National Savings StamF bc-» will contain enough stamps (£2) tor use as a deposit or instalment =- a War Bond, while the lull book will purchase a £10 Bond ou!ri?»! Single pages oi stamps (£2) will be accepted as a deposit to a Savings Bank account ii required. Get your free book and purchase your 5/- National Savings Slar. Irom any Savings Bank or Money Order Post Oilice and pu- -3vings on service to ; SPEED THE VICTORY. commonniERLTH srumgs Bnnn ? . ? ? r E 7 ^ . Tramp and & Press the Bales iy||g||. brand them and consign in accord ence^ with the advice on the right. - Its soundness results from the lllllfMl thoroughness of the flrm's work as ' Mil KwM 1111, selling brokers. Old in experience ^ but young In energy, they give ...

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