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WRAPPING ECONOMY IN PACKING POME FRUIT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

Wrapping economy in PACKING POME FRUIT Apart from having to ^P.en^J' many instances upon unskilled . for packing, growers of pears are likely to have considerable difficulty this season In obtaining eyei minimum requirements of wrapping pager, strawboards, cases, etc. So far as wraps are concerned (writes E. C. Whittakcr, fruit in structor of the Department of Agri culture. in a current article), it js suggested that only alternate rows be wrapped right froai the commence ment of the season. This method ct packing will enaiile a saving of a ' little more than a third of the usual ! requirements and result in a fairly j satisfactory typo of pack Othe-' ; methods of saving paper are: (1) To ; use it only 011 fruits immediately -w- jaccnt to the case, or (21 to distrib ; ute it through the case by wrapping j alternate sections of each layer. 1 In a case of extravc shortage, j wliat paper is available should be ? used for the better class fruit, and the lower grades and those varieties ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABINET TO DISCUSS FOOD PRIORITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

CABINET TO DISCUSS FOOD PRIORITIES SYDNI:Y. Montin .--- An undertaking j ihdt Feder.i'J Ministers would be in Can- j hcrra this wcrk to di-cu*s M-ggc:-iions i tor introducing Jood priorities child icn and expectant and limbing moiling and to relieve the acute aliortj^c ol luhv clothing wa& Riven today by the Aitniji Supply Minister (Dr. Kv.itn. 1

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Alleges Manpo [?] Bungle [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

Alleges i , ? % [?] Mtu Lhe^dvittiineht ii i.' ooi b usinSs'.fefllffingt ^ , ilicir few rtffia other business not'AiWCUi n'itics.' . )??? ivisb Because of the' .KriojaSlpBi ?? ' ilu food front will the foapffimk-» . .0 diicct men emp'ttoyw^nRxniw^' , industries to Army positiod(®!»t-' ' {'f-l ' ' ) Must the Govemment-jyjiitinue5 , ct men to the already flij^&d Al-.-* v Works Council and. C.CjC.|J. bot-J' -landing the colossal costs incprtttf' hese organisations with regard to . . undertaken by them? , . '?'?I) Is it intended that tbe . present ' ? ' ' iols shall be relaxed 'after the War.; i will people be free to 'select Whattve'r' they desire, instead of being subject ilircction, or has the taste of Goverh ? ? ? control so whetted, the appetite that -riher period .'is ljkely f ' ,

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Country Party Candidate [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

Country Party Candidate Electors will be sorry to hear that the Country Party candidate for .the Orange Electorate. Mr. J. M. Caldwell, his been indisposed, and spent the first week of his campaign in tbe Orange Base Hospital. j Mr. Caldwell is now up and about I acain. and is Dursuine his camriaien ! with vigour. Mr. Caldwell intends to - visit the Carcoar, Mandurama and Lynd hurst districts on Friday and Saturday next, and will address a public meeting at Mandurama at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 13. Mr. Caldwell regrets that he has been Unable to meet tbe electors of these dis tricts prior to this, but hopes that he' will have the opportunity of meeting as many, as possible during his visit.- ' '

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PRICE DELAY HOLDS UP PEA SOWING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

plHti bkiir jteB W ' ? SYDNEY, Monday. — Deto toittP, Prices Commissioner (PraSeSsftr tSo{i- - land) in fixing the price which would grower Into any contract imtU the price

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Cause of Prewar Farm Slump [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

?mm Prewar Fatm Slump [?] i the oountrj^eo^i on the decllneof kgri 9HH# England. the '. author of JKMHp^iculture continued to' languish, m|«H®and to go down to grass,'! the SRpncers to leave the countryside. Tlie ssiprketing boards established in the Wfthlrties' did not go far enough. In V he .absence of remunerative pricea, ''?i**' in conformity with our general eOonomic policy, they were soon per verted to purposes of restriction, and 1 tlie limitation of production. ' . . 'Milk 'in this country joined coffee 'and cocoa outside It, and was -poured down the drains — whilst one-third of the population continued to subsist ,on a diet which could not maintain them in full health, children suffered Ironv rickets and nutritional anaemia, and the infant mortality rate amongst the. poorest section of the population remained at 100 per 1000. .It. was a scandalous and shocking spectacle. 'On December .6 1935, I described to the House of Commons an exper iment carried out in my constituency ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

Cook Br- BLAYNEY ANNOUNCE that they Have Jjeet pointed by the Agricultural .Pej ment as ? . .'; ? SOLE AGENT^ i!Nr T For-recefyal grown ? uncjer tHe Commonweiilm^Y, rnent. * * # : . Also Sole Agents for iroelj^l locally grown PoUtoesllW|fr Govern Blent eontrart' f FULL' PARTICVZ^ksJ^^iL] ON ? ATf^CjtMMp^' ?'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

Wfipver's Red Herrings ^L^iMcKELL'S RECORD |9H^ The tactics of the disunited Opposition in this Election are to draw red herrings of THE McKfll GOVERNMENT ^IfOO ? farmmcchanisation ^ EUCTRICITY ' REMfSSIONOF CROWN DEBTS S*'A 50IL CONSER¥ATION SERVICE ~ -ADVAHds^bR K)DDEP ?. I ?Jv, ?? ^l-|i^^^ATION ?: ?-' £3$ ;H» ;? ? ?. i»'o?med -at sfilli ; irrelevance across the trail of vital facts, Mr. Wea\cr realises thftt, in- three short years, the McKell Labor Government has lifted N.S.W. from a folate of financial instability insolvency and buoyancy^ Ir.at if has kept faith with the man on tlie Wet, that it has honoured pledges regarding child welfare, educa tion. health, housing, ship-building, decentralisation of ' industry and tlie restoration of sound, democratic government, ..'.«? Mr. Weaver, accordingly, recognises also that his only hope for recognition is in the exaggeration of pointless side-issues which 'have no bearing whatsoever on the proper government of N.S.W. [?]

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MEAT RATIONING PLAN [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

MEAT RATIONING PLAN MEL/BOURNE, Monday. — The chairman of the Rationing CSatolmia 'lon (Mr. A. W. Coles) isald-'today no i, tinge would be ihade in the meat ..itioning scheme, fe^jorts Mid ! been .rived from, all States that the pres oni ration plan was forking well.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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11 Competitors WALTZING COMPETITION AT BARRY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

11 Cipirmetitoihs WALTZING COl^EWTiON AT BARRY Tbe waltzing competition in connection w5tb. £arty JCatbolic Church _ dance, held recently, at tracted 1 1 . coinpetitors, . The judges, 1 Mrs. Stonestreet. and. Messrs. 4- Steer and p. NewtH, £ad -Kf-. Mr iii yfsn'/IiniT rtn .rtw/irSnHPfS. couple giving a good exhibition. The' award went to Mr. ,and Mrs. Qancy, \w ith Mr. Jack Nigb^gaU aBol Miss Marie Cheney a ye'ry^k^;;^g^k Tlie honorary secreuries.- M^^^M^^ Cheney . and Lea T ooheyj /ot^*|iised|flie function J in an excellent- maripep . .

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BLAYNEY RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

BLAYNEY RACES Everything points to tbe race Sneer ing on bebalf of the Hospital Funds at Blayney on Saturday beiiig an outstafad-i ing success. ; ? As will be! seen in our advertising columns, a very ine programme u«u. arranged. Good entries are ^anticipated, and bookmakers will be t&rte ih.Stftrthg^ force. . The trbjjhy associated with' ihe pri'n cipal race, a valuable ,xup, is on view at the Rdyal Hotel, ana, has beeti ^great'iy admired. , _ . t

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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APPRECIATION OF COMFORTS Letter From The Middle East [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

APPRECIATION OF I iCORfFORtS Letter From, The Middle £ast ^.A; letter has been received by Mrs.viA. I Softs, Secretary Blayney ComfprB, Fund, from F/O. G. M. Levy, sbn^n: our local Stationmaster, Mr. M. 'Wf Levy, and Mrs. Levy. j The letter, which was sent by the Airgraph. Service from the Middle East, read as follows:— »''A few days ago I received a fruity cake from your branch of the A.C.F./] and was really very, very pleased to get it. It was hot only the cake itself, but; the thought behind it that pleased mc so much. You may be^ pleased to know tbaf tbe cake,, 'which arrived in excellent condition, although tbe tin itself was battered about in transit, was the basis of a really good party, which my crew and 3 couple of other Aussics bad two nights ago. Prior to leaving Australia many, of us had the idea tfcat the A.C.F. , Was fairly useless, bdt stnee We have been overseas, we have received supplies regularly every , rnopth — r$jitf,,!j-el!evc me, it is U Welcome change' ?tb 'A...

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ILLEGAL TO DISTRIBUTE POISON Carcoar P.P. Board's Idea "Squashed" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

ILLEGAL TO DISTRIBUTE POISON Carcoar P.P. Board's Idea 'Squashed' Carcoar P,P. Board's idea of or dering strychnine and distributing it amongst landholders was some what ruled out at this week's Board meeting. The secretary (Mr. J. E- Walker) pointed out a paragraph in the quar-^ £erly report of the Council of Advice to ooaras y/nicn stated tDat it| ijvas 'il- legal for PJg. Boards to buy poison 'for distribiitioryr ; ' Secretary Walker thought the Board's chances of getting a licence to sell the poison wcjre rather black. , Mr:. Wbiker, howevtr. has taken the '.'never Mature, ineve-iwconquer' attitude ijand hjj^^^r^nj^^J'iDepartjnent ask f ing what fon- , distribute thc-t ppispn. K ? _ ?

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Good Passes In Exams. BARRY PUBLIC SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

Good Passes In Exams. BARRY PUftLiCSfcHOOL Good passes Were obt^neci in tbe recent examinations at Barry Pub lic School. Tbe results are:-^ . , Class 7: N. HiUebiiandt 1, R. Jones 2. Class 6: P. Howard ;1, A. Roach 2, B. Toohey 3. ClaBs'-5: D. Chapman 1, B. Hoadley 2, M. Masters 3, C. Kable 4. Class 4:- A. Howard 1 , S. Jones 2, M. Jones 3, M. Chapman 4. W. Ryan 5. Class 3: K. .Chapman 1, M. Ryan 2, S. Bullock 3, T.- Masters 4, R. Hilde brandt 5, S. Hoadley 6; Class 2: N. Kab'le 1, T. Roach 2. A. Kable 3. D. Stonestreet 4, F. Kable 5. Class 2 (lower) : M. Sparke arrd N. Jones 1. G. Clancy 2. Class 1 : R. Hildebrandt 1, R. Roach 2, R. Knapp 3, R. Ryan 4. PERSONAL 1 Gnr. Cecil Briggs, who has been serv ing at a northern battle station for many months, is home on leave.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

Hj|&s & Spbrts E^KHk HELD IN CREEL PRICE'S j^KtURDAf HAH 13, 1944 First Event It 1 p.m. ^^K^OLLOWING ARE TIMES AND «[,, Entries close half-an-hour before advertised starting rime H;m_ FLYING HANDICAP, of 4 furlongs. £10. 2nd £2. 3rd £ 1 ^B*5^CRUBBERS' RACE, 4 furls., ? 2nd £1/10/-, 3rd 10/- from ^?4— BLAYNEY HOSPITAL CUP, 51 fur]s Cup valued at £10, and £15. 2nd £3. 3rd £1 from prize. W3 ]5 ? j 4.2 PONY RACE. 4 furls. Ponies to be measured on the ground; jH £5. Znd £1/10/-, 3rd 10/- from B34P5''hACK RACE. 4 furls., £5. !S 2nd £1/10/-. 3rd 10/- from pnze. iR Horses starting in this race cannot 9 start in Cup or Matron's Stakes. M 4 15— MATRON'S STAKES. 5* furls. « £,$ 2nd £2. 3rd £1 from prize. ^9 Ml Horses if carry 9 stone minimum. ~W Ridcrs i,id ''s»'iPer'iors pan m in' all events 3t ihc?r own risk ? BOOKMAKERS IN ATTENDANCE m Sydney Races Broadcast 1 FLAG RACE, Open. £ 1 . 1 H.2 PONY FLAG RACE. £1. [ a 100 YDS. HANDICAP (Men). 1st I I ?? 15/-. 2nd 5/-. i A BICYCLE ...

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BUTCHER FINED FOR HORSEMEAT OFFENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

BUTCHER FINED r* HGRSEMEAt tfFPENCE SYDNEY, Monday. — PleaeKng guilty to a charge of having stored bonemeat in his butcher's shop ar. Croydon, James Iivre was fined £ 1 0 at Burwood court today. . 1 The magistrate said he was satisfied that the defendant did not intend' to sc'il i hi- meat, but accepted it to mtnee tor a i riend to feed racing dogs. He added that, although horseflesh was not harm ful to humans, it was in the same stor age chamber as edible pieat, and it might have' adulterated it. Nod Leaney, who said he kept eight do^s, declared be .paid Inoe 2/6 a week to mince horseflesh for him. He was satisfied that Ince returned all the horse flesh delivered to him.

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Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

Personals Ptc. Pat Carney has arrived home from his unit, to spend his leave with his parents and friends. - ? ? ? Sgt. -Pilot Pat Sheahan is also home on leave. ? ? ? ? Mrs. J. Ewcns, of Catchcart, Canow indra Road, has left for Biacktown, ac companied by her djughter-in-law, Mrs. Ewcns. Mrs. Ewens has had the mis fortune to Jose her wedding ring, which she has had for 53 years. It is hoped the finder will be good enough to return it. * * * * Pte. W, D. Douglas arrived here' on Sunday morning to spend some of his leave with his wife and daughter, who are staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Woodward. ? ? ? ? Kirs. Unice Piwgot and daughter ar rived home on Friday last, and are stay ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Burke. k m » Mrs. T. McLean, of Trunkey, is spending a sbort hoiidav with ber mother, Mrs. T. Wilkins. ? ? ? The Rev. McDonald and wife and family left here on Monday last. to spend annual holidays in the city. ? ? ? Mr. F. Babbage arrived here' on Mon day la...

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Highly Successful Concert PATRIOTIC FUND BENEFITS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

Highly Successful Concert PATRIOTIC FUND BENEFITS* Carcoar exce'ilcd itself on Friday. April 28. the occasion being the con cert organised by Mrs. C. Davis for the Comforts Fund. Directed by Mr. W. Smart, of Blayney. the happy mixture of community and solo items delighted the large crowd present. The attendance was well over 200, and the door takings just over £20. After paying all expenses, £16/10/ will go to the CarcoarMandurama Lyndhurst Patriotic Fund. The concert opened with a delightful item by the Convent Schoo'i giris. This was appreciated so much that rt was re peated as the closing number. The big audience joined heartily in the community numbers, led by the chil dren from the Convent and Public Schools; and Mr. Smart1 in b-s best form, there was nor a dull moment dar ing tlx whole evening. Those wbp at tended were very well satisSedj^^d arc asking when another co;icei E. and M. Smuiions^ dnu''\.^^^^TOT^ Furner, of Carcoar. f ' . 1 The' accompanists were Miss Secomb, Carco...

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Tennis Champion [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

[?] & -- ? ? ? ? ? ? 'V Featuring alt unorthodox bur effective double-handed grip. Francisco Pancbo Segura, who went to the United States two years ago from Ecuador to become a student at tbe University of Miami, swept through tbe N.C.A.A. singles tournament without losing a set. After easy victories in tbe preliminary rounds. Pancbo defeated Tom Brown Jnr., of California, in tbe title match to become tbe 59th singles champion of tbe United States National Collegiate Athletic Association.

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CARCOAR WEDDING Frazer - Simmons [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944

CARCOAR WEDDING Frazer - Simmons The marriage of Daphne, fifth daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Simmons, of Carcoar, to Alex Frazer, was celebrated at St. Paul's Church of England, Car- coar, recently. Rev. E. Pearce officiated at the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore white flowered satin and a full length veil. Her bouquet was of white chrysanthemums and carnations. The bridesmaids were Marjorie Sim- mons, sister of the bride, and Joyce Moran, of Newcastle. They were dressed alike in pale blue crepe satin, and car- ried bouquets of asters and roses, with flowers to match in their hair. The trainbearer was little Ethel Mat- ters, niece of the bride. She wore cream net and carried a basket of roses. Mr. George Bright carried out the duties of best man. The reception was held at the bride's   parents' home.     After a honeymoon spent in Sydney,   the happy couple will make their home   in Deniliqu...

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