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15/- FOR TOOTH EXTRACTION ? : PRICES PROBE AT BATHURST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
15/- FOR TOOTH EXTRACTION ? : PRICES PROBE AT BATHURST ALLEGATIONS made at last month's meeting cf Bathurst Trades and Labor Council that scmo Bathurst retailers were overcharging for certain goods, and that ore den tist was charging 15/ to extract a tooth are being investigated by the Commonwealth Prices Commission. setters from the Commission statin' ' this were received at last week's meeting of the Council Mr. L Hor- ! ton told the meeting that he had bee' '? informed of cases cf adulteration of I milk and the sale of milk under measure. Mf. F. Wolstenholme also claimed that in some instances beer was being sold at 2/6 a bottle and soft drinks at 1/ a bottle by some persons. Mr. J. Howard said if apS son considered he was being over charged he was entitled to a docket for any article. aocxei
CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
CARCOAR TOWN TALK Mr. and Mrs. W. Fumer are at present holidaying in Orange. Cpl. Harry Clark, accompanied by Mrs. Clark, is spending a few days leave in Carcoar. * *? * Miss Thelma 'Wood, is home again after holidays at Katoomba and Or- i ange. ? * ? Mr. S. Wood has returned to Cowra ] after a short stay in Carcoar. j * * » j Mr. T. Byrnes has returned home i following a short stay at Store Creek, j Mrs. Hargans, senr., is an inmate ' of Blayney District Hospital. We; j wish her a speedy recovery. ' » ♦ We are pleased to learn that Mrs. B. Livermore has been discharged : from the Dostrict Hospital.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
I WHERE TO BUY THE I 'CHRONICLE' I r CHRONICLE' is en sale at the I ng Newsagents: I irS. HEALY, Blayney. I '?-,!. CLARK. Carcoai. I . J. LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. I vRS. ROSSER, Blayney. I C. AMOS, Milltborpe. | \ H. BUCKLEY. Mandurama. I iAY 8 DEVENISH, Neville. I w. H. HILL, Woodstock. I V. P. COLLINS. Newbridge. y.;ST.-..y PLACE YOUR ORDER, as I ..'.v-.r;'int restrictions necessitate a ;T-iifT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER OF EXTRAS PRINTED. J
"Made Me Almost Cry," Says Councillor SHOOTING OF PLOVER AT CARCOAR [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
'Made Me Almost Cry,' Says Councillor SHOOTING OF PLOVER AT CARCOAR I It almost made him cry to see I a plover shot, Cr. W. Burns, of I 'HioonginvaiTte,' Carcoar, said to I a nian who shot one of these I birds on his property some time I Cr. Burns stated this at last meet I toe: of iivnohurst Shire Council when ? the preservation of bird-life was be I ing discussed. I A letter from Boree Shire Council I to iiand ac the meeting read : I 'Owing-, apparently, to the restric ? tion on the saie 01 .22 calibre and ? other small ammunition, youths and I oLiiers have been prevented from B carrying out wanton destiuction ol ? bird life. It has been particularly- iu Bi.jeaoie tnai magpies and pcnvits Br.ave increased in consuieiaDk: nu.a Bueis of late. ? 'It has also been observed that, in Bo:;e particular area near Cauowumra, ?where a large number of grassnop Bpei-s had hatched out, the magpies ?and peewits in the vicinity destroyed ?all taese grasshoppers before tney Bcoald reach the flying...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
W. J. Brady, c Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property ^ and Estate Agent Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Vam«u$&p| ? ' ;':S DISTRICT AGENT FOR: ? ? ^ ? COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. . « ^ ? ^cSMOm^gi.: Famous «Tri-Kos» Drenches .and- ' ;? Licks (Stocks onjHand). . - DANGAR, GEDm^e ilALLOCH LTD. * 1 - ^OUS^^II^&GANDGATp. ' A ? CLYDE ENGlKEERUffG -2OY. LTD. r ' . . (Farm Machinery «jtid Duplicates). ... w. J. ip®¥, im$j0&^
AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES LIVING IN SHAMEFUL CONDITIONS CLAIMED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES UVING IN SHAMEFUL CONDITIONS CLAIMED ? I TITANY Australian aborigines were j living in shameful conditions, and I no effort was being; made by the Gov ernment to help them, ii was claimed at a recent meeting of a Western Trades and Labor Council, when the White Australia policy was discussed. jmr. a. nnmmer gave notice of mo tion for the discussion of the matter at the previous Council meeting, but last night said in view of the fact that there were many good arguments for and against the policy, he pre ferred to make no comment on it him self. The Council, taking the view that it was a falacy to criticise tho conditions of people of other coun tries when our own aborigines were allowed to live so miserably, reached no decision on the matter.
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
BLAYNEY TOWNTALd ?|i»t-« ? Hum'1' son, Ray, a brother at the De La CnWeoe. Oakhill. Apologies for non-attendance at the Agricultural Conference m Blayney jwire received from: Mr BuUock of the State Department of AgrwuJ iture; Mr. C. C. Crane, Mr Trevoi , ! (National' Service Officer at Bain- j lint) and Mr. R. J. Fagan, Chan-man , j of Carcoar P.P. Board and W.A.U ! chairman). I * ! A son was born in Blayney District i Hospital on Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. t. , Good. Mrs. W. R. L'Estrange and faniJM journeyed to Sydney yesterday t0 '? }a fcw weeks' holiday. V * * * \ ? Miss Rae Jones, of Manly, js lh ? of Mr. F. M. Hill, son. Lanj.-cy.'jB daughter, Betty, of Wonga. libyni-,H * * * '^^V Good orchestral music and a s;tsH fving super will be features -,f ,-,? dance to be held at Barry cn f^B night next, in aid of Barry c ,'.!?.,;? Church funds. ^ ''? Tea for Blayney Agricultu.n] (;-? ference representatives was provi^H in the Theatre Blayney supper :(;OrH The catering was in the hands of ...
SATURDAY CLOSING (Continued From Front Page). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
SATURDAY CLOSING (Continued From Front Page). Cr... Cook said he favored the prin ciple behind Saturday closing. Country people themselves took the Saturday balf ho'iiday, but they expected another lot or citizens to provide them with it by working. That did not seem logical. There 'was, of course, always opposition to the upsetting of any long-established condition. Writing to the Press, 'Cherry,' of Lyiidhurst, had complained that she could not go to the pictures if Saturday closing came in, continued Cr. Cook. That seemed rather childish, because peo ple could go another night. In Blayney, the banks, freezing works and other undertakings closed on Saturday after noon. Cr. Cook said Dr. Short had quoted his own position — he personally could not get away on a Saturday, and he could not get away on a Wednesday because his son had to go to school. Townspeople in that position were tied down six days a week. Council should get an opinion from other district centres. Cr. Denton: If yo...
MOTOR TRANSPORT OF FOODSTUFFS Heavy Demand On Rural Trucks [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
MOTOR TRANSPORT OF FOODSTUFFS Heavy Demand On Rural Trucks Australia's latest agricultural pro gramme, which calls for record pro duction of foodstuffs, will make big demands on motor trucks in rural centres. The extent to which motor i transport serves agriculturalists and pastoralists and those who handle I and retail tneir products throughout j the Commonwealth is little realised. Unfortunately, no statistics are ! available to show how dependent the nation's primary industries are upon automotive transport. In U.S.A., where more than 12, 960,000 automobiles are owned by farmers ana village residentsequiv alent to 41 per cent, of that nation's automobiles - they recognise the im portance of such information, and de tailed reports are regularly publicised in the press, and what illuminating figures they are, says the Dunlorj Bulletin. According to a report from Wash ington, motor trucks moved 98 per cent, of that country's 1943 farm crop at some stage of its journey from farm to m...
Mandurama Personals... [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
Mandurama Personals . . . Mr W Fagan, son of Mr. and Mrs. R JFagan. of 'Sunnyridge,' rejoin ed his unit during last week after spending leave with his parents and friends. Leading Seaman D. Batley, D S M., Roval Navy, is spending a holiday wiT his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bat S of the Royal Hotel. It is his first visit to Mandurama. . * * * Cpl Nancy Parry, WAAP, arrived home' on Friday last to spend leave with her parents and friends. * * * Mr and Mrs. A. Saundry, accom panied by Mr. Saundry's brother. Peter, are spending two weeks' vaca tion at Manly. * * * Mr. and Mrs Jobson arrived home on Friday last after spending: a few weeks in the City. Mrs. Jobson, who had not enjoyed the best of health before leaving, is now considerably improved. » * * Mr. Alf. Coates, iwho has received his discharge from the Army, arrived home on Monday morning last. He expects to engage in shearing1 in Queensland at an early date. * * * Miss Nona Coates is also home from Sydney, where she sat for a pos ta...
OVER 1,000 PEOPLE ATTEND BLAYNEY RACES AND SPORTS PROCEEDS TOTAL £152 : FAVORITES HAVE 'DAY OUT' [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
OVER 1,000 PEOPLE ATTEND BLAYNEY RACES AND SPORTS PROCEEDS TOTAL£152 : FAVORITES HAVE 'DAY OUT' Racegoers' desires were certainly satisfied at Blayney last week-end. Over 1,000 people from a number of western towns — Orange, Bathurst, Oberon, Rockley, Forbes, Cowra, as well as Blayney and district — attended the Races and Sports Meeting held in Creel Price's paddock on Saturday afternoon. There was a £96 gate, and the total proceeds of the day will be in the vicinity of £152. Blayney Patriotic Fund and Red Cross will benefit from Hie moneys. ,t All events went off without a hitch, and were run to schedule. It was a favorites' day out, and prices on all races were fairly short. The .bookmakers were not altogether left out of the 'day out' picture, however, and did wel'i for themselves. The fields in most races were fair, but the Blayney Cup was most disap pointing, only three horses starting. Stanley, owned by Mr. J. Press, of Rockley, was the victor in this event, with two lengths. ...
WIRENETTING ESSENTIAL P.P. Boards Press For Manufacture [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
WIRENETTING ESSENTIAL P.P. Boards Press For Manufacture 1 ' .Deninan-SI»gleton P.P. Board considers the manufacture of 4# x 1J x J.7a wirenetting essen tial ; A circular before last meeting ol Carcoar Board asked the Board's j ' co-operation in pressing the matter. It was stated that the manufac ture of this wire would enable fences to be repaired and perhaps help check . the rabbit infestation, which had al ready become serious on a good many ', holdings where the fences were in a ' bad state of repair through lack ol ; wirenetting supplies. \ Carcoar Board decided to give its ; co-operation and make representa :- tiens to the Federal Member, Mr. J. 5\ P. Breen, AI.H.R. V. Dir. R. J. Fagan (Chairman) said * lie understood that a quantity of wirenetting was available. Dir. J. D. Hall: F. W. Williams & Co., Ltd. are advertising foot-netting, i ' 'ABSOLUTELY USELESS.' Dir. F. C. Rowlands: There is a lot * of netting absolutely useless due to , the fires which raged through the...
BUSH FIRE VICTIMS. CARCOAR P.P. BOARD TO ASSIST RATES TO WAIVI [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
HUSH FIRE VICT13JJS. CARCOAR I P.P. BCr,RD' TO ASSiTf i RATES Tj 1 WAIVI I Bushtires played oils districts an« l.ave experienced ti ivies. In many instances ana stock were lest, taken in picking up A Carcoar P.P. di and b^sh fire victim last meeting, asked remission oi. rates in '?'- burnt in the fires. A ? ..; of this ujan's flock / destr cyod. jk Dir. J. D. Hall: 1* cuK.y experienced ? ,:'?? i after the last big fil ~.- Minister's consent hi Dir. Monison th^ coulQ trytcirtet a who had experience fires. Dir. Cartwright m ? : ? quest be granted. Di ov seconded the motion NO 'SPL1TTLM Dir. J. D. Hall d ? a splitting straws. V; asked for a certain opinion, the Board ? T whole of his current ! Dir. Fagan (Chaii 'i ?''»?-* | would be other perse ot. with, but he was ' ? ?'' the subject. The Bo; '? help ratepayers. Dir Cartwright a] .c':-r with the consent of '?&'.? : read, 'that ' the whe j m' .'-'.: i rates be waived, su -??: -u1 lister's approval.' The motion was c
Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
Lyndhurst Personals Mr. and Mrs. P. Morris are spend- ? ing annual holidays at Tuggerah ! Lakes. : * * * I Also holidaying at Tuggerah are i Miss Elma Davies and Mr. Norman j Hibberd. * * w Mrs. F. Davies is on a short visit to Sydney. * ? * Mr. Bill Carney, of the C.C.C., re cently spent a few days with his wife and family. * » ? Mr. Bert Leabeater has returned to a Northern State to resume work with the C.C.C. * * * The euchre party, in aid of the Lyndhurst Red Cross on Wednesday night last, proved successful. Twenty four players participated. The win ners were Mrs. Beggs and Mr. Tate. The Red Cross will oenfit by £2/14/6 as a result of the effort.
Former Sydney Champion Seen In Action [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
Former Sydney Champion Seen In Action Neupac. one of the starters at - Blayney race meeting on Saturday, has a racing history. Some time ago ?£.' be was known as Sydney's champion \/ 14.2 race pony. % His feats will be remembered by fans at Ascot and Victoria Park i*niirc»c whprp hi- wr\n SPVprni races under heavy weights. Lack of 14.2 races in Sydney has stopped the continuance of Ncupac's j city racing career. Neupac, who is owned by Mr. H. Fisher, of Shadforth, obtained a third in the first event at the week end meeting.