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Tomato Culture [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

Tomato Culture 'It is always advisable to stake to mato plants in the home garden, states 'a home garci-:-:iing bulletin is s^'ed by the Department cf Agricul i.uVe. The most suitable stake is one 6g faet'.lorlg bv.l inch square. The stakes should be placed in position j at the time, of transplanting and .should be driven In to a dep'ri of *about'18 inches.. When tvim: the .plants' to the stake, care shoi.ld be taken . to avoid placing the bunches 'of flowers between the tomato stem and- the stake, or the fruit will rub j on the stake and may become jam- 1 med arid mis-shapen. It is relatively ; easy to twist, the plant round so that j the; flower bunches face outwards, j Scanning twine or a narrow strip' of ; cloth may. j|e used for tying the j plant to the stake. The twine or cloth should be placed between the plant and the' stake below a lem' stalk or flower bunch. The two ends of (he twine are then crossed round the stem of the plant, and then brought dir ectly round the back of...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREEN FEED ESSENTIAL Healthy and Profitable Poultry [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

GREEN FEED ESSENTIAL Healthy and Profitable Poultry A MPLE green feed is an important factor in maintaining healthy and profitable flocks, points out Mr. E. Hadlington, Poultry Expert of the De partment of Agriculture, but on many Tcultry farms no provision is made for its supply. Suitable greenstuff pro. vides essential vitami.ns, acts as a . tonic, and also assists in keenine the digestive tract in a healtliv condition.. Moreover, where abundant green fod der is available, a saving in the cost of the feed can be effected by using ;i.p to one-third by mea'sure of finely chaffed lucerne, clover, barley, oats, etc., in the morning mash, replacing a large proportion of the bran. At the same time additional greenstug may also be given at midday, or in the summer time, towards evening. It should not be thought, liowever, that an unli? nited quantity, when avail able can be used in the mash, as this would leati to reduced production on account of replacing more concen trated f'--ri. Thos...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Report Most Wood Transported [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

Report Most Wool Transported Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report. — The wool transport position improved so much in late December and Jan uary. that arrivals of the' clip to date in Sydney and Newcastle this sensor are practically equal to the figures of last year. Nearly two-thirds ox the main season's supply in New South Wales have already been ap praised The quantity to hand is. somewhat less than .two years ago. but since chat time the -pressing ri more wool in the packs has resulted in a considerable reduction in the number of bales in the clip Last season on the average 101b. more wool was packed in a. bale in Aus tralia. Rationing of meat for civilians has had appreciable effect on the' sheep j and lamb selling position at Home bush. Demand has become . more | centred in prime lines. Coupon value and not monetary value has become the stronger influence with custo mers malting tneir purcoases in put chers' shops. The difference between the prices obtained for prime and medium-plain...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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U.S. Soldier Shares His Dinner [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

U.S. Soldier Shares His Dinner'-. Two small hungry Italian children, their expressions showing, their pleasure, wait eagerly as a U.S. Army Corporal prepares to share the i food in their mess kit with them. The picture was as the' Allied armies advaiiked against the Germans. in itaiy.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"ECONOMIC REFORMER REVOLUTION" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

'ECONOMIC REFORMER REVOLUTION' ! Unless there was some economic reform which will allow sufficient national works to be undertaken to. provide work for everybody at the end of the war there would be a re-' volution in Australia, forecast Aid. D. M. Cregan at Lithgow Council meeting', states the Lithgow 'Mer- cury.' He claimed that soldiers fighting in various parts of the world were now boing to take conditions 'lying down as they did after the last war.' Aid. Cregan was referring to cor respondence from the Department of Public Works Office at Bathurst, which related to postwar public | works. j The letter which was in reply to representations made by Council re garding the financing of postwar programmes, read: ' have to advise that the Department has no know ledge as to whether or not funds will be available from which a grant can be made to councils in connection postwar works, and it is therefore considered that in the submission of programmes the question of Govern ment assist...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMES FOR THE AGED Communal Settlements Suggested [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

HOMES FOR THE AGED Communal Settlements Suggested O1-0, -AGE Pensioners want small dwellings as homes, and arc oppos ed to communal settlements. The set tlements, they consider, would cause much domestic trouble. The annual conference of the Old-age and Invalid Pensioners' Association in Sydney adopt ed the report of its housing committee recommending small dwellings should be ' provided at' a rental of 7/6 a week for married couples. These houses shculd contain a' living .room, a double bed room not lcss/tban' 10ft by 12ft, kit chenette, offices, ' aSd- front and rear ver andahs. For single pensioners, a dwell ing containing living-rcom, single bed room, kitchenette; and offices, to be let at not-- more' than 3/6 per week, was recommended. The -conference decided to urge the Government to build small homes and a nursing home in every j 6uburb, and to exempt pensioners from j paying municipal taxes on.' :their homes.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Marauders Return From Ra[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

Marauders Return From Ra, I Marauders of the U.S. Army Air Force are playing a promin* ^ ^ in the battle in Italy. They fly far afield to jittack enemy obj : - Iifiere are some of the aircraft returning from such a job. I' .

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"More Red Tape!" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

' More Red Tape!' ' A local man who approached a che mist for a roil of adhesive tape, val ued at 1/6. was informed ] get it without a doctor's tion. 'More red tape,' mutte: appointed customer. 'Pa^ ? ? ' . doctor's prescription to g- t. ' bob's worth of tape.' 'Not quite.' said the c 'i.i is a case of stifling cojiij:. ? , 'What do you mean ' customer. 'Well,' explained the c know that a few feet c ? . tape would gum a fellow .. well, and apparently son ? . ? ; expert has become envic it takes a few yards of b ticular color. The less ad v ' ' ?- . the more scope there is 3 ? 1 ??? his apparently unlimited

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Seeking Increased Fees [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

Seeking Increased Fees MELBOURNE. Monday. — Increas ed fees charged friendly societies are being sought by the British Medi cal Association. According to the grand secretary of the Australian Catholic Benefit Societies the asso ciation desires to raise the fee from 20/ to 26/ a year in respect of bene fits in the metropolitan area and from 25/ to 32/ for country areas.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hides Unchanged [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

Hides Unchanged Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., report: —At the prist week's Sydney sales hides, calfskins and yearlings were appraised at unchanged figures. Quo tations: Country lieavy hides 5^d to G:'d per lb. medium 5Sd to 6Jd, light 6a to 8Ja, best country calfskins to 12J,d per lb, cuts to lid, faulty to 9Jd, best country yearlings to lOjd per lb, cuts to 9d, faulty to 8Jd. No material change was experi enced in sheepskins. Best g to full wool merinos sold from 9Jd to 12d per lb, ordinary 7id to 9Jd, two-third wools 7Jd to 9d, S wools 6d to 73d, 3rd wools 4Jd to 5£d, | wools l§d to 3jjd, lambs 4d to 8d. Best 2 to full wool crossbreds, medium to fine quality, realised from 7ftd to 9Jd. ordinary 6id to 8d, two-third wools 53d to 8d, £ wools 5d to 6Jd, 3rd wools 3d to 5d, } wools Id to 3d. Lincolns 3Jd to 6^d. Pelts sold from Jd to 2i|d per lb.'

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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TRUNKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

TRUNKEY ! Y.A.D. Gwen Bodle is spending leave I with her fami'iy at Trunkey. i * * * | Mr. Joe Goodacrc (brother) and Mr. ! Alan Gcodacre (nephew) attended the j Itinera! of tiie late Mr. Jim Goodacrc, ! at Woodstock, recently.. \ir. and Mrs. F. Hearney, of 'Weil- cott. Bigga. have returned home after ?spending several weeks at 'Jingalong.' * * * Mr. and Mrs. H. Smith and family arc holidaying with Mr. Smith's mother, Mrs. E. Smith. * * * Local and visiting fishermen, despite numerous trip to the Abercrombie River, have failed to meet with much success. * ?* * Miss June Blair, of Lyndhurst, is staying with Mr. and Mrs. V. Smith. * * * Local bee-farmers continue to cxtract a considerable quantity of honey. * * * Due to the dry weather, water sup plies are causing concern in the village. * * » Mr. Alf. Foster, market gardener, has commenced to harvest his tomatoes .and melons. Bush rats are proving trouble some in regard to the former.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEST CROWD IN YEARS Leeds Bros.' Orange Horse Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

BEST CROWD IN YEARS Leeds Bros/ Orange Horse Sale CROWD cf over 350 people — :thc best in years — attended the special sale ot 3 20 horses conducted at Orange? 'v-' Leeds Bros., stock agents, yesterday. A keen demand prevailed fcr all offer-' ings, and prices were exceptionally gobd: . Buyers from surrounding and distatit | centres, including Lithgow, Portland, Hartley. Sydney and Nowra, were pre sent. The bulk of the buyers was made ii p of farmers, who were mainly intcr esied in the purchase of good active brokm-in farm horses. Pcnies a:,d good backs also brought good prices.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

, CARCOAR DISTRICT HOSPITAL FIREWOOD TENDERS are invited for the supply I and delivery at Carcoar Hcspital o: 100 Tons of Gocd Firewood Price per ton, weigh-bridge | weights. Kind to be stated. « j Price to be stated for wood in 1 Sawn lengths of 12 and 24 inches as required, or in long lengths of ap prox. 8 feet. The lowest or any tender not ne cessarily accepted. Tenders close 10 A.M. on SATURDAY, 12th FEBRU ARY, 1944. B. LIVERMORE. Secretary. i

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World's Greatest Engine NEW TYPHOON FIGHTER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

World's Greatest Engine NEW TYPHOON FIGHTER 1 Another great British achievement in the engineering field has been an nounced — one more addition to the long list of spectacular accomplish ments which British inventive gen iushas made possible during the war. For over a year air experts have tried to guess the secret of the new Typhoon fighter which is rivalling the Spitfire as the best in the world. The Rolls-Royce Merlin engine prov ed to be the basic secret of the Spit fire's achievements; and it now turns out €Iiat the secret of the Typhoon's success is the new Napier Sabre en gine. It is the most powerful engine in the world. Built by the firm of D. Napier and Sons, the Sabre develops 2200 h p. — equivalent to the energy of 500 men, and twice the power of the record breaking British locomotive, the Royal Scot. The Bristol Aeroplane Company's 1650 h.p. Hercules en gine installed in the Lancasters was the previous best, The Sabre is also the world's fast est engine at 3700 revolut...

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COASTAL COMMAND U-BOAT VICTIM [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

\ COASTAL COMMAND U-BOAT VICTIM Command planes have completed 100t000,000 imiles in war service. This surfaced German ^?submarine is one of tbe victims of these vigilant aircraft. A stick of depth charges did this,_ job. |^B; j — British Official War Picture.

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

Carcoar - Mandurama Lyndhurst and District Patriotic and War Fund i ? t THE MEETING called for the i 2/2/1944, for the purpose of forming a Committee to raise funds in con. nection with, the Important Town Competition — sponsored by the above Fund — had to be abandoned, as only four persons attended, one more ar riving after the decision to abandon had been reached. It would thus ap pear tli at the residents of Carcoar! do not wish to enter this competition to raise funds to provide Comforts for their boys in the Forces. J. E. WALKER. FOR SALE CEED WHEAT — Bordan, Ford and ^ Fedweb. SEED OATS— Algerian and Belah. Graded and dusted, or ungraded. Free from noxious weeds. Prices on Application BAKER BROS. Lyndfield. BURNT YARDS. CARCOAR DISTRICT HOSPITAL ? I FIREWOOD TENDERS are invited for the supply and delivery at Carcoar Hospital of 100 Tons of Good Firewood. Price per ton, weigh-bridge weights. Kind to be stated. Price to be stated for wood in Sawn lengths of 12 and 24 inches as r...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

RETURN THANKS SIGNALLER and MRS. NEIL MC GLASHAN (nee Miss Joyce Harri son) desires to sincerely thank all those who so generously subscribed to the recent Presentation at Man durama. This kind expression of goodwill is greatly appreciated.

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Millthorpe Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

Millthorpe ? Personal Items j When the horse he %vas riding with him_ Mr. Walter Oborn rec-::voi iM injuries serious enough to confine r..-. 9 to his room, where he is under r-.-c- §M cal attention » * * Mr. T. Fiddick has left for S;. |H to seek medical attention. He w S companied by Miss B. Fiddick On jM Sunday last his son, Mr. E. E M dick, took suddenly ill and was . H veyed to Orange Base Hospital 9 * * * 9 Master Leslie Riley was als '' -1- !fl mitted to the Base Hospital on ::? ?? |H day last, suffering from pneumor...

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PROTEST BY COWRA DIGGERS Sale of Jewish Settlement [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

PROTEST BY COWRA DIGGERS Sale of Jewish Settlement 'W?y, did the Government allow j the German Jewish Settlement on the Lachlan River to be broken up when many of our bcvs are re turning and want a crack at the land?' This question was asked bv ! Mr. Dawson at the Cowra Diggers'' : meeting. He was protesting against ' the Government allowing the Jewish ?? Settlement, 'Mooringa' to be strip-! ped of all accessories and sold, when tne iana couiu nave Been granted to ! returned servicemen. 'You can't tell me the Federal Government didn't know this German Jewish settlement was to be sold.' sale Mr Dawson. It was decided that the secretary (Mr. E. Steel) writei to the State sub branch asking if the Federal Govern, ment was aware that these blocks of { land and houses on the river were being submitted for sale. Included ( in the motion was a suggestion bv r Mr. McLaren that it be pointed out In the letter that the soil is -'of ex

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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OWLING CLUB WARNED Breach of Water THE Restrictions? [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

tWLING CLUB WARNED ?Breach of Water Restrictions? La big JSHEpyney Bowling' Club held a v IHal meeting on Friday night 'NVl1' l»MrtI,sider a ^ter from Lynd )verr: ^bire Council intimating: was exceeding the water ll^Hnmption permitted by the re »Hpo']]s recently imposed. i\'al SW CLO aOACU LU SIIUYV UcLUOf tiould not be proceeded ? a breach of the restric Lovejoy (Vice-President) cliair in the absence on the President (Mr. T. A. [r. R. McDonald (Secre the letter from the Coun lecided that the letter be , and a sub-committee, Messrs. F. Hough. R. I. McDonald was appoint e the reply. 'SSBRIOUS MATTER.' , The m&tter was considered to be EL serious one for the Club, as it was Iith losing its green unless id to use sufficient water to e grass- alive. s stated the Club realised ;re was only sufficient water ! the needs of the town to a degree, and the Club did not c an undue allowance, but of its green would entail the a beauty spot as well as a -f recreation. ghout the year it wa...

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