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Farmers' Radio Sets In Need Of Batteries: "One Half Out Of Action" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

Farmers' Radio Sets In Need Of Batteries : 'One Half Out Of Action' i'One half of country radio sets are out of action because bat teries cannot be obtained and farmers and others have to go round on bended knee to get a little fuel for petrol lamps, etc. Country people are being heavily penalised.' Cr. J. A. Lines (President) said that at the April meeting of Lynd hurst Shire Council. Council had before it rather volu minous correspendence on the mat ter, as a result of earlier representa tions. Mr. J. P. Breen, M.H.R., forwarded i. letter from the Acting Minister for Supply and Shipping (Mr. Makin). Mr. Makin acknowledged representa tions made concerning the difficulty being experienced by country districts in obtaining batteries for radio sets and 'Shellite' or other suitable spirit for home lighting- plants. The ques tion of supplying radio batteries was receiving the attention of the Depart ment of Munitions, enquiries also were being made regarding the sup ply of 'Shellite' or...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

THE' FARMERS & GRAZIERS ;; GREAT STOCK RECORD AT HOMEBUSH For the past 32 YEAJLR,J& ^eiilevenfflent of the g' ' in selling' the ShoepawJI^nilje ' is a, performance -rtdchfl8PEAK8 )W)B ITSELF . . . jj. Such is the Company's SBiSUMlW ^ and ITS that St^owners contluae '*'ear r- ? ? ?; f CONSIGN TO THE GiOkT COUNTRY OpI^lS^ON ;J The Farmers & mmm W5URANC^;' ic AGSNCY - UMrtp^_ ? . : .1 UCENSH) AUCllli^^Sb STOCK * STATION j BSniliBHBB' ?-; ? . -'

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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

IlLAYNEY 1MWRTALO Lyndhurst Shire Council _ had before it atits April meeting rather lenS^ from tie authorities dealing with the rescue^oi crews from crashed aire ? inter_ I respondence is open to anyon ested in that matter. I Mr. A. McDowell. Deputy Shire Clerk, was granted annual leave by Ly hurst Shire Councilor last meeting. i The dance social at the Showground ^ pavi'lion on Saturday night last was w | attended, and a most enjoyabk nig! h | entertainment was provided. rocc were for Catholic Rail funds. i * * * * . i ' Mr. and Mrs. G. Peters have returned ' home after spending a short holiday in . the city. _ ^ : 1 Miss Dulcie Pound, of Blayney, under went an appendix operation in Blayney District Hospita'i on Saturday. * * * Mr. A. Selby, of Hurstville, arrived on Saturday afternoon at Blayney, where he intends to spend a fortnight's holi day,. Mr. Selby will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Bamgarten, of Ade laide Street. Mr. Noel Pudsey, of the Bj,hu military post office staff...

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LYNDHURST SHIRE. IN SHOCKING CONDITION Much Traffic On Newbridge Road [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

[?] IN SHOCKING CONpiTION i-i ' - ' ? ? ? ? Much Traffic On Newbridge Road 'It is in a shocking condition,' wrote Mr. L. Skene, of 'Athol' ?Blayney, in a letter to Lyndhurst Shire Council at last meeting when he requested attention to the Newbridge road from the bridge to 'Athol' and beyond. Mr Skene said this was the only j road leading to Blayney that had not been sealed with bitumen and prac tically nothing had been done ta re pair the damage caused by the flood in September last. Should another flood come along in the present state of the road he would hate to think of what would happen. There was a great amount of traffic on the road. Cr. Hood: I would like to see some ? thiiig done before long. The Engineer (Mr. Gerty): The Council should consider putting a black-top on that road. The President (Cr. Innes): That, I believe, would be beyond the finan cial capacity of the General Fund just now, but we will do what we can. Mr. Gerty was instructed to handle me maner u- uie uesi. ...

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"GO FULL STEAM AHEAD" Council To Deal With By Roads [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

' GO FULL STEAM AHEAD ' Council lo Deal With By Roads 'The by-roads are the rale payers' roads, and we can't let thetmr get into a worse state.' President Innes declared that at last meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council. The Council was somewhat behind with its work on the by-roads, he said. The machinery had been en gaged for so long on more major works that it had been kept off the by-roads, but the Council would now be able to 'go full steam ahead.' 'We will see that every penny is spent to the very best advantage, and we will do as much work cn the by-roads as we possibly can,' the President added.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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P.O.W. LABOR FOR DAIRY FARMS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

P.O.W. LABOR FOR DAIRY FARMS JTALJAN prisoners of war who up to now have been prevented from working in daries or ton dairy farms may now be employed on any form o£ rural work other than sheep shear, ing. This was announced bv thp Deputy Director of Manpower (Mr. Bellemore) in a circular to the sec retary of the Bathurst and District War Agricultural Committee (Mr. A B. Burgess).

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEVILLE PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

NEVILLE PARS Those who have returned from holi. days include Mrs. Devenish and dau ghter, Beryl, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Vane and Mr. L. Lassey. SCHOOL RESULTS. Results of the examination held at Neville Public School recently are: — First Class: Alan Mitchell 1, Morris , Sandry 2. Hazel Scott 3. j Second Class: Mervyn Scott 1. Shir i ley Speers and Tony Bird 2. I Third Class: ian r.TcGregor 1. I Fourth Class: Margaret Speers 1, Lily Sandry 2, Bruce Radburn 3. Sixth Class: Doris Brooks 1 Mar jorie Collins 2, Shirley O'Brien '3. Seventh Clajss : Patricia Hunt 1 Jack Radburn 2, Beryl Devenish 3 Eighth Class: Malcolm Cock 1, Jim O'Brien 2. Ninth Class: Joan McGregor 1 Joan Collins 2, Fred Brown 3 The schoolchildren are practising hard for their concert to be held on Friday next, 21st April

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CORRESPONDENCE. REMOVAL OF P.P. BOARD OFFICE "Mr. Loughlin Does Not Know Position" (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

CORRESPONDENCE. REMOVAL OF P.P. BOARD OFFICE 'Mr. Loughlin Does Not Know Position' (To the Editor). Sir, — Sir. Loughlin's astonishment regarding- the obligations of P.P. J Boards to provide transport for De- j partmental officers is probably due to | |. nis not luiowing- the position. The Stock Inspectors' award provides ' 'that the motor car in use in the dis trict shall be at the disposal of any officer of the Stock and Brands Branch who may be visiting the dis trict in connection with veterinary and stock matters.' An efficient service to the stock owners is not maintained by the in dividual efforts of the Stock Inspec tor. The Department of Agriculture has a staff of highly-trained research and field officers not situated, as MT. Loughlin alleges, in the City, but in various parts of the State, wording in close liaison with men who com prise the district veterinary officers, sheep and wool instructors, officers of the rural economies branch, agrostolo eists. etc. This is a full...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFF1CF 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Efficiency and integrity are the kejjnotes of this Company. Sympathetic - aonsideration is the -watchword. Prompt and honorable settlement of all claims is the 'motto.' Represented throughout this district by ? w J. BRADY — CARCOAR NOTICE A EbS£mationF tJL1,50 -nn! ^ paid 10 the person « Persons &? .vine ING SH& °- »?---« STEAL A £5° wiil be Paid for information leading to anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire N«t ting on 'Coomb ing Park: ^fPASSmc, Shooting, Rabbiting or Fr'- ;v in® ar^- ' will be prosecuted without resptect to pel *°n8' 20/4/'27. THE WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY LIMITED

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No General Relaxation On Wheat:Rumors Denied By Officer [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

Wheat ' Rumors Denied By Officer Commenting upon the oper ations of the wheat stabilisation scheme in N.S.W. for the coming season, the executive member of the Board (Mr. F. H. M. Cul len) said that the State othce had issued to date 19,433 licen ces; for a total area of just over 4,000,000-acres. This compared with a total number of licences issued the previous season of 20,585, covering 3, 700, 000-acres, of which approximately 2, 700, 000- acres were sown. With the exception of a very limit ed number of applications which are being examined, only current applica tions remain to be dealt with, said Mi-. Cullen. basins' an estimate on last year's I licence issue, it is anticipated that j i the total licenced acreage for New | South Wales for 1944-45 will reach j 4,300,000-acres. | ' A goal of 9,000. 000-acres had been I feet by tne Production Executive for I actual wheat sewings in the Common i wealth, and the goal it is desired ; should be reached in tnis State has ' been set for ...

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BLAYNEY MEN ON THE AIR [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

BLAYNEY MEN ON IHgAK Short four Blayney preseolsi^ii^s ;on ' Friday after nooniasfc ' The speakers were Archdeacon E. A. Wight, Mr. S. J. Love joy. Crs. C. I. Cook and Langley Hill. The recordings will be broadcast on Tuesday next (Anzac Day) and are designed to boost interest in Blayney and district in the First Victory Loan. The broadcast will commence at 2 o'clock,, and speakers from various towns throughout the West will be l heard at intervals. It is not known at what hour the Blayney speeches wiU come over.

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Civic Reception For Delegates Blayney Conference To-day [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

Civic Reception For Delegates Blayney Conference To-day Blayney's important agri cultural conference opens to day (Wednesday) in Theatre Blayney. The visitors, who include high de partmental officers, will be given an official welcome at 2 p.m. by the Pre I sident of Lyndhurst Shire (Cr. J. A. Innes). On latest advice. Ehe visitors will include Dr. McMillan (Executive Offi cer of the Vegetable Seeds Commit tee); Mr. John Douglas (Director of Lend-Lease Machinery); Mr. vVen holtz (Deputy Director of Plant in dustry, who is deputising for his chief, Mr. A. H. E3. McDonald) ; Mr. McKenzie (State Organiser of War Agricultural Committees); Mr. Ross (W.A.C. Organiser), Messrs. Dunstan and M. Kable (Machinery Pool Man agers, Cowra and Bathurst respect ively), Messrs. C. Walkden Brown and R. Mays (Chairman of Cowra and Bathurst District W.A.C.'s respect ively); Mr. H. Major (District Field Officer for the Vegetable Seed Com mittee), field representatives for Messrs. Gordon Edgell and Sons L...

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DIR. FAGAN AS DELEGATE P.P. Boards Conference In May [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

DIR. FAGAN AS DELEGATE P.P. Boards Conference In May Dir. R. J. Fagan, chairman of Car coar P.P. Board, wfil represent the Board at the forthcoming P.P. Boards Conference. The conference will be held in Syd ney next Month — May 23, 24 and 25. The chairman was appointed delegate on the motion of Dirs. F. C. Rowlands and R. Morrison..

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COMPENSATION FOR INJURED FIRE FIGHTERS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

CGMPjNSATION FOR INURED FIRE FIGHTERS TN reply to Abercrombie Shire Coun cil's representations, Mr. C. A, Kelly. M.L.A., advised Council on Sat urday that the State Government was at present considering a draft bill to pro vide compensation to members of bush fire brigades and other firefighters or their dependents as - a result of injuries received while fighting .bushfites.

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Blayney In Grip Of "Race" fever: Big Day On Saturday [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

iglayney In Grip Of 'Race' [fever ? Big Day On Saturday (Contributed). I' t and district is in grip _ .e fever — a disease usu -l prevalent about Mel p time. ? i a harmless complaint — '^ natural, so far as this area «' that the b'S CP „n- uiU be decided at Blayney IP r Saturday, when ail tue I 11 meet to decide who [ e coveted blue riband. | of the committeei are fforts to make this a :tter meeting than that ,i the course, VIEW FROM START FINISH. On ill is occasion the track has been tclvci to enable patrons to view the htJ0 of the race — irom start to iui j m xciou wiv iUVoc Has been graced ana is w pv condition. BICYCLE RACE. There will also be a bicycle race at )0 conditions for this race are in e hands or the Blayney Cycle Club. Altogether it will De a great ciay r Blayney and district. It is ru jreu uiai, trie geium jr'resit-.ciii kl- inims. oi Rovai jcaotei laii.e. aau lilllid oi tilt: x ui j. — lit Ua»_. cuble oace) wiu ue er X fapeciai o a Cup Day. The imalion rtieaseu iiii...

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DONATION OF £33 TO CLINIC BLAYNEY C.W.A.'s FINE WORK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

DONATION OF £33 TO CLINIC BLAYNEY C.W.A.'s FINE WORK A cheque for £33/10/10 was ' handed to the President of Blay I ney and District Baby Health Centre Committee (Mr. C. I. ; Cook) on sanuraay. I This very welcome donation repre sented the proceeds of the , recent street stall conducted by members ttf Blayney C.W.A. ana helpers in aid ot the Centre's funds. The cheque was presented to Mr. Cook at the C.W.A. Branch meeting on Saturday by the President (Mrs. Robert Burton) on behalf of mem bers. Mrs. Burton said it gave the C.W.A. ladies much pleasure' in being able to thus help the Baby Health Centre. They were gratified to know that the expenses in connection with the stall amounted to less than £1. The Cen tre could always rely on apy assist FIRST IN. Mr. Cook, accepting the chegue, - said the donation would be extremely helpful to 'the furtherance of the Centre's activities. It represented tfie first donation since the move was started to nave we centre esiaousa ed on a full-time ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

NUF SED ! After 40 Years' Trading in Carcoar we are still doing our best to giv* t- satisfaction Clark 6? Co USAV& YOUR ORDER FOR THE ^ 'CHRONICLE' if WITHUS. With which Et mtf pmajr ??▼?d is » dboct contribution (o the war effort. W» do h«lp th» war ?Hort il vr* plus our money ii - ? ??mm**-* »?«*?» swta£°sS&.* SSb25rtSS Mjfrtawpr «p«ndfag. ?, -*» JM» of « N«Uon«l SaVing™ S«ip boSS I ^na^agj^jSJf '? fc Gill your faMjM^&^iiidun your 5/- N.Honil Sarins. ««- ? | P°,t ^ fc-:- VICTORY. &*. commonuiEfiiTH sauirgs baoh BP- . ' — ; ?

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WORK ON BLAYNEY WATER DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

WORK ON BLAYNEY WATER DRIVE The stone bar obstruction in the western drive of No. 1 well at Blayney pumping station is being removed. The Electrical Engineer (Mr. John ston^ advised last meeting of the Shire Council that the work was being under taken by Mr. R. Jarrr.an. On measure ments able to be taken, the cost of the work should be approximately £42.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

Cook BroJ BLAYNEY f ANNOUNCE that they have been an^l pointed by the Agricultural ment as SOLE AGENTS IN THiB CARCOAR DISTR ctB for receival of all Vegetable® grown under contract wltjH the Commonwealth GovernB ment. H 4lso Sole Agents for receival 0fl ( locally grown Potatoes under thfl government contract scheme. FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLlFftl ON APPLICATION. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944

CAM REED & SON 1 (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental Masons. , Adelaide Street, Blayney. 'Pbone 60. I | Funerals Conducted Reverently ' j and Dignified. Local Representative: Mr. Arthur Higgs 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. j £50 REWARD *]THE above reward will be paid for information leading to the convic tion of any person or persons '-iama- ffofT netting fencing, interfer ing with flood or netting gates or cutting or removing wire from any of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE.' R. J PAGAN, 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama. Frlqtod and published by Ray ? mond Junes Neve for the pro prietors, R. j. Neve and Co., Adelaide Street, Blayney, N.S.W. v^-wopFT — (WINCHCOMBE ) VCARSON^/ A Natural Attraction jSBjfe Winchcombe, Carson's work as sell ing brokers is so thoroughly capable, ?£» that successful handling of the din WM- for appraisement is certain. Their experience, knowledge and judg. growers'6 writever*failillg foree Winchcombe, Carson Winchcombe HAusc, Branches— Yms, Orange, Forbes. ?...

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