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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
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WILL IT TAKE IN PRIVATE LAND? Shire's Electricity Allowance [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
WILL IT TAKE IN PRIVATE LAND ? Shire's Electricity Allowance Lyndhurst Shire Council re cently decided to bear tiie cost j ?up to £20 towards electricity con- j necticwis to new consumers. Does this apply only to extensions along public roads or to extensions across private property also? I Electrical Engineer Johnston put 1 that poser to last meeting of the j Council. Mr. Johnston said he pre sumed that the allowance applied only to poles, etc., erected on public roacis, but he desired a direction on the mat ter. Cr. A. Amos: Some people living away irsi'n. a road would have elec tricity connected if they had the benefit of assistance. However, I would oppose the allowance being ap plied to any further extension of such a line across private property, other wise we might get away from the primary purpose — which is to en courage the extension of lines along public roads. Ultimately, we should get lines along all roads. Cr. Hood: We can deal with each case cn its merits. Mr. Callina...
HOW MANY STOCK ON COMMON ? BLAYNEY COUNCILLORS WANT TO KNOW [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
HOW MANY] STOCK ON COMMON? BLAYNEY COUNCILLORS WANT TO KNOW Complaints are constantly be ing received iby D Riding Ooun | cillors (C. I. Cook and Langley Hill) about Jack of facilities for I stock on Blayney Common. I Cr Cook brought the matter up at the April meeting of the Council, as a result of which it was decided that a statement should be presented to each Council meeting, showing the number of stock pastured there and the amount of revenue received dur ing the month. Cr. Cook said that people running stock on the Common complained bit- J terly of the lack of water and other j improvements over the past few j years. It was claimed that the amount of stock running there should pro vide sufficient revenue to permit of these facilities being provided. Council had threatened to prose cute owners of straying stock, and these owners took the stand that they could not run their slock on ine com mon all the time because of the con tinual shortage of water during dry periods. It would...
GOLDEN JUBILEE OF COWRA CONVERT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
I golden jubilee OF CO^Ki' CONVENT ITHE golden jubilee of the Brigidine i on -T5'onvene. Cowra, will be celebrated rv ' 'esday. May 16. The Right Rev. J. ^ort°n. Bishop -of Bathurst. will R,nL * -at Solemn High ' Mass in St. pnael.s CfmwW «» Tin in * while [hp t) - «» * v,/v viiie ii Howard, M.A.. Perth Lunrk Pteach the Occasional sermon, ed at I?'-.!01 the c,er87 will be provid tificiai t» P-m' and thei* will be Pon s»cnm. ^iction toe' Most Blessed thore P-ro. At 8 p.m. aj Lyrir ^ will
Took Prizes At Country Shows The Late J. H. Glasson Noted Sheep Exhibitor [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
Took Prizes At Country Shows The Late J. H. Glasson Noted Sheep Exhibitor The late John Henry Glasson, of 'Stanfield,' Carcoar, was a well-known sheep exhibitor in country shows. He, with his late brother, Mr. Harry Glasson, of Woodstock, were constant winners in the merino section, ^yid their products were notea in various country areas. Mr. Glasson, who was in his 90th year, died on Easter Monday. His ; death was briefly reported in Friday's j 'West Macquarie.' With his family, John Glasson came out to Australia from England when, he was nine years of age, and settled on ! 'Stanfield.' On the death of his father' the property came under his control. He has lived there for 80 years. Mr. Glasson was a most highly res pected resident of the district, and sym pathy is extended to his family. In the last two years the three re maining brothers of the family have passed away. All were over 80 — the late John Glasson being the eldest. His wife and seven children survive. They are Gwen, P...
GOAL OF 900 ACRES SET FOR MALTING BARLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
GOAL OF 900 ACRES SET FOR MALTING BARLEY The goal which has been set toy the State Government for malting barley production* in the ?Cowra D.W.A.C. area (embracing the Shires of Waugoola, Boree and Lydnliurst) is 900 acres. This was announced by the Chair man of the Committee (Mr. C. Walk ' den Brown) to last meeting. He added that the area was well above the calculated average produc tion, while it is rather late in the season to greatly influence the trend of barley plantings, although it was possible that some increase may be obtained even at this late stage. It must be remembered, added Mr. Brown, that the quota refers only to the area of malting barley to be har vested for grain, and excludes the areas sown for fodder. The lighter soils are best Suited to the production of the starchy or mealy conditions requirements of lo cal malting barley have reached a high level, wnlie for quantities reach- j ing Tjnly feed standard; monwealth Government has recently j announced and guaran...
MR. McKELL NOT TO BE CAUGHT : THAT ELECTION DATE! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
MR. McKELL NOT TO BE CAUGHT : THAT ELECTION DATE! MR. McKELL This is one instance where the enthusiasm of youth did not triumph. A young reporter working on the 'Western Times' eschewing the advice ef his elders, decided to ask the Premier*. (Mr. McKell), during tne latter's visit tof Bath urst on Saturday, if Cabinet had fixed the date of the forthcoming State election. But the query drew a blank. Mr. McKell refused to reveal his f closely kept secret, and smiling1 '^^^^the right time/'
Blow-Fly Strike: Treatment By Mules Operation Recommended [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
Blow-Fly Strike : Treatment By Mules Operation Recommended Recent advances in the preven tion and treatment of blowfly strike in sheep are discussed in a Bulletin recently issued by wie Council for Scientific and Indus trial Research. The Council, in co-operation with the New South Wales Department ot Agriculture, and the Queensland De partment of Agriculture and Stock, has developed methods which offer a useful control of the problem. No one method is sufficient alcne, and labor is still required, but it is es timated that losses can now be re duced to ? one-fifth of those suffered previously. Crutch strike in ewes is the majcr blowfly problem in Australia, and it | can now be almost entirely prevented by using the modified Mules operation to remove breech wrinkles, and by - docking the tail to a length of about four inches and not shorter. As, an example of the effectiveness of these treatments, there were only 120 strikes in a flock of 10,000 young treated' ewes in 12 months on o...
Instructions to Storekeepers And Agents [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
Instructions to Storekeepers And Agents The following instructions to storekeepers fertilizer agents have been Issued under the Na tion Security (Agricultural Aids) Regulations and cover the issue of fertilizer for pea and turnip crops: ? (a) Storekeepers and fertilizer agents may supply up to 1-cwt. of superphosphate per acre on comple ting the , usual application form, (to) Applications for -. more than 1-cwt. of superphosphate per acre should be submitted to the nearest Local War Agricultural Committee, which will pass its recomsne^l^tion to the District War Agricultural Committee which can authorise the supply of up to a maximum of 2^cwt. of superphosphate per acre by indiJ , eating on the ? application form the I amount to be supplied. ^storekeepers, and agents can then supply the amount thus authorised. * (c) AH applications for mixed fer tilizers or for1 blood and- bone fertili zer must- be recommended by the Lo cal War Agricultural Committee and endorsed by the District War ...
GOOD STORY THAT BREWED— BUT FIZZLED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
GOOD STORY THAT BREWED— BUT FIZZLED Water is not inflammable, nor. I as a rule, are members of a bowl- I ing club. I But associate the two — water .mdB bowling club — and the subject bcconxs si highly inflammable one in Blayney, whoreB the bowling club recently was presumed for a water breach. So the pressman cocked his nev.s car when 'bowling club' and 'exccss '.uicr rates' were mentioned at the . S pnl meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council The Clerk (Mr. Callinan) r,.cm mended that the sum of X84 4 1, charges for excess water as per v .v.cr register, be written-off. The ann unis were all in respect of disputed incur readings, Mr. Callinan explained. Cr. Hill: Is the Bowling Club i-i :bt list?. Mr.. Callinan: Yes. (The pressman at this stage ??. i his spare pencil out, in case the per. i ofl his fiirst one broke. He couldn't .::ord to miss this story). Cr. Hill: The recent amount? Mr. Callinan: No. It's a:i amount. They are all old account. Council approved of the off,' and that was t...
Lyndhurst Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
Lyndhurst I Personal Item J The engagement has been announcH ed of Katherine. only daughter 0f Mil and Mrs. F. Townsend, of LyndhurstM to L.A.C. Rae, youngest son of MrsB M. Suddull, of 'Westridge.' LyndM hurst. H * # * ? Recuperating at Lyndhurst aftei an operation is Mrs. Murrayt aa th- guest of her sister, Mrs. Charlie Lea beater. Her daughter, Janice, is -dh: paying a visit here. * * * Pte. Bruce Hines, A.I.F., spent th- week-end here as the guest ut his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hines, a! 'The Meadows.' * * * Mr. and ivlrs. W. Emms received - cablegram last week from their .son Sgt. A. Emms, RAAF, to the eueel that he had arrived safely in iLingiand » * Mr. Reg. Stammers is at present confined to his bed with an abscess on the knee. Our genial Reg will bi missed from the school bus, being tni driver for some time. * * * Mrs. T. Kelly journeyed to Sydnej last week to be with her husbana who is at present a patient in St Vincent's Hospital. * * * Mrs. J. Emms returned home oi Mond...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
^HERE to BUY TOE 'CHRONICLE' ?Ttf£ CHRONICLE' is cn sale at the following Newsagents: MRS. HEALY, Blayney. W. CLARK. Carcoai. q, J. LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. MRS- ROSSER, Blayney. j. C. AMOS, Milltborpe. H. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. MAY 8 DEVENISH, Neville. yfj. H. HILL, Woodstock. V. P. COLLINS, Newbridge. KINDlY PLACE YOUR ORDER, as *,sorint restrictions necessitate a cTRICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER OF EXTRAS PRINTED.