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Tit - For - Tat! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

Tit - For - Tat ! I Joseph W. Lawler, of WattiiaH Mass. doesn't see why it is consid* ed news when a man bites a dog-O does it nearly every day. Law™ trains dogs, and says that his metl* of curing a vicious dog is first to^B the dog bite him, then bite the right back. H

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALTERATION IN TRAIN SERVICE: BLAYNEY — COWRA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

ALTERATION D$. TRAIN SERVICE : * BUYNEY — (30#RA 5V\ ; ? . . The passenger train fromVBBhWfc^.' to Cowra on Mondays, \ptiki9gjtii: ' and Fridays has been altettoTOnMjjj ? part from the former centre at 3n|^ Operating as from the^ 28th jfost££l& the new timetable; is: ? Depart Sydney, 8.30 aap^ Blayney 3.20 p.m. (change triim|^de part Blayney 3.45; Stanfierid,-4.^|^R3ar- coar, 4.14; Mandurama, 4,25,:^«ynd hurst, 4.31; Garland, (a) ; tLlitfaw,'f(a) ; Swan Ponds, 4.4fl? Nargong. 0a)*! Vau' goola, (a) ; Woodstook, 5.8; ^Iftmrille, (a); Holmwood (a). Arriv#^K-wra, 5-3D fa \ (a) ^tgnifies*t^*t trains iyf ill wifck^ip and set down passengers vutq . miinlld. Passengers wishing to aHj^Si^affllve notice to the Guard at the previwBHMp ping station; at platform; -^fipryo Railway Officer is in chaise * iMSMbg passengers must exhibit * the. sigQflSbqb- | vided. i ' ? ?-* j

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Should Win Out! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

J&ould Win Out! EytVe?ran across a lad who is going HpRjg^t along all right in this world. ?Bggmted by someone because of an ^HMAat'e number of freckles on his rjjpipipe 'replied good-naturedly: iflgfey ain't freckles. You see, wtfffljjgpecn going swimming- most evetyjjdky; and them spots is just my institution rusting on me.' — WalC Street Journal.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Put Out" Over No Platform Tickets At Bathurst Station [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

'Put Out' Cher No Platform Tickets At Bathurst Statiortjw 'The railway authorities' decision not to issue platfonn tidce^^ at stations is an outrage, anti typical of their actions idrisplay&d ^^ other instances.' - -4 ''mm This was stated this week by'\a civilian at Bathurst railway station, while he was waiting for relatives to arrive in a passenger train from Syd-. ney. rplia man woe in tVio crowded general waiting room out side the platform. Many people, most jly women, were waiting in the room ! for friends or relatives expected on the train. When it arrived, there was a rush to the door leading to the platform, and passengers had to force their way through the anxious throng. Many dismayed parents read notices in the waiting room, stating that no further platform tickets would be issued. Inquiries and complaints were made to the ticket office staff, but ihe public was told that the rule was inflexible, and no concessions would, [?] It is understood is now ' exte^ed to c...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMUNITY HOTELS: LEETON TO PRESS CLAIMS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

COMMUNITY HOTELS: LEET0N TO PRESS CLAIMS J^EETON is preparing a mammoth petition, seeking an amendment of the Liquor Act, so that its citi zens can establish a communitv hotel. At Mildura there is a com munity hotel, which is fitted up with . a fine librarv. reading- rnnm io m comfortable lounges, well equipped bedrooms, etc.. and has a member ship of 2000. The Workmen's Club in the same town has similar ameni ties. as well as a bowling green. Ren mark has a community hotel — a model hotel, in fact — which (it is claimed by visitors) very few city hotels could equal, with all sorts of facilities, 80 bedrooms, a profit last year of £11,521, and a reserve fund of £100,000! The bulk of the profits goes to the local hospital. School of Arts, parks and community inter ests—and £500 a year in scholar ships alone to local children. A soldier settlement at Barham, 14 years ago, borrowed £31,000 to build a, community hotel. Today that hotel has assets valued at £48,000, and nets £4000 a year...

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 — 31 May 1944

Pictures LYNDHURST / ; v I Saturday, June 3, 1944.\ . ?' ''^iWi.MONTEZ in: ^ f; , 'A®Ali( NIGHTS' K ? COLOR! | ? ? r IT'S NO FAIRY STORY ! I 't:1-1!- ?' _ l&fiND JiipPAE^IG CASSJpY in . f '$Ec|It OF THE WASTELAMXS' ft', four shorts. |CooktBros I BLAYNEY fj$'' 'V' p ' ANNOUNCE that tliey have been ap V pointed by the Agricultural Denart r tnent as !' 'SOLE AGENTS IN THE V' CARCOAR DISTRICT ? * ?' 1 ' recef val pf all Vegetables ^ 8^ow£i ui|der contract with ^©»l-tt«UKea^S Govern ? i- - t 'fioie- Agents for recelval of ~®a'5r ?*OTOigii?ptatbes nnder tbe t mtov^s SUPPLIED m ? ^ *w w*PwacATioNi v ?% ? ? ?

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EARLY DIGGING OF POTATOES URGED: NO AUTHORITY NECESSARY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

EARLY DIGGING OF POTATOES URGED : NO AUTHORITY NECESSARY J^£R. R. C. MADSEN, Agricultural In structor. Orange, stated recently that contract potato growers on the Cen tral Tablelands may commence digging their crops without first obtaining th* | authority of the Australian Potato Com mittee, or any authorised officer as set out in the contract. In fact, he said, it was desired that growers commence dig ging as soon as practicable.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
O'Halloran's Stiff Contest [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

O'Halioran's Stiff Contest The sitting Labor member, Mr-. R. E. O'Halloran, is meeting with stiff opposition in retaining Orange. All commentators regard the seat as most doubtful, and it is expected that some days must elapse, to permit of the rountinc of nostal and absentee votes, be fore the position clarifies. The latest figures are: j

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Labor Returned At Bathurst C.P. Candidate's Good Poll [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

Labor Returned At Bathurst C.P. Candidate's Good Poll p Holding less than ' a two to one majority on the latest official figures, the Labor candidate, Mr. C. A. Kelly, will be return ed as member for Bathurst as a result of the State election poll on Saturday. His rival, Mr. Arch Gardiner, U.C.P. candidate, polled excep tionally well. Latest officia'i figures are: — KELLY, C. A. (Labor) . . . . 7276 GARDINER, A. K. (U.C.P.) . 4602 I Between 3000 and 4000 votes are I still to be counted before the figures tor tne electorate are complete, out the ony doubt about the final result concerns the size of the Labor candi dite's majority. Kelly, who was elected unopposed at the previous elections, recorded an abso lute majority of 1162 over his two op ponents, R. F. Green (U.C.P.) and T. D. Mutch (U.A.P.) at the 1938 elections. He made history for a Labor candidate in Saturday's poll by gaining a victory in the Oberon subdivision — never before won by Labor. The figures were 302 to 241. Howe...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Could Be Worse! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

Could Be Worse ! J A lot of $&lows who '' compl|£i v about th^TKWs being.' -lumb '^rtlud - be out of/a^ob if the i-oss was smart.1' : er— Wali Stcpet Journal, '? 'I- £

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRIVE TO ELIMINATE HARES AND FOXES URGE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

DRIVE' TO ELIMINATE = HARES AND FOXES J URC.I V ? I .W j i. When rabbits become a ? ijj locality, P.P. Boards ger/r. '1/ ;i|s busy, and it is not belong ( : . j ^$13 improvement is noticed. - ' jll , However/ hares seem t«- in a .. ffjjj different category, as i - fto!'1. V, body seems to take heed lv it* ' when they become numer ^ Farmers in Blayney - 1 lilki. ... -??? (Carcoar district are becoming J ^ their increase, and we have V::\l n-uri? . . complaints. ? i The pests do thousands «'i r. } worth of damage! yearly u '*:]£. i crops. They get into a paddnc ai-1 itf ' tack the seedlings from all ?; or. At present landholders are ir.: ? alku ed a minimum of ammuni' or coj'' with the' trouble. The quot; -? ficient. But even if they hai' .i ' ; ply this would not be adeq ??. V the nuisance. He may kill - ' | own property to-day, but t' ? ?.?*» : would have them coming Xr : lands, the. owners of which j -.va ?: any precautions. , .. . \ Sgt. Cox, of Blayiiey, has dr i ; t ?, gestion t...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Saving Chil[?] From I Precautions [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

Saving Chili From I Precautions Diphtheria is a very disease which -,till kills children each year. ()v, r AustraJiaai children h;!v, from this disease diu hig n,. 10 years — 2400 of tin-m un : years of age. There is a risk of diphthcr: i ing wherever people congrc ; germ causing this illness li ? throat. One cough or a, s;., out goes the germ into the y: tack other people's thro:. ; germ may be conveyed by or even during ordinary J., where other persons- are k, the speaker. If a lot of people are cr , gether the risk of infect; ? viously increased. If only them has the diphtheria gu :- throat, the others are ui The probability is that more ' in a crowd of people will u ing the germ. The diphtheria germ c;ui one's throat without making . Doctor's call such people The trouble is that the genv: ' throat of a carrier can -im other person's throat and m . person ill. A nltil/l mov hp iT%l q ^ri n or ing\ next to ai carrier, and the : ? will not know anything about, til, maybe, the young...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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"Gone Away To Live" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

'Gone Away To Live' An income tax demand note was recently returned to the sender bear ing the delightful evidence of a post man's unconscious humor. The cov er was endorsed, 'Gone away to live. ' ? ? ? ? turn ? ?

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It Will Be Them On This Farm [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

It Will Bel Them On This Farm Post war life on the farm will be so attract . jve that men and women now earning a live^hoo#* on assembly lines will hie themselves fa. the field. ' ? # That is the opinion of Lewis W Water, vice-president of the General Foods Corporation in America. 'I think this is so,' he told a radio audience;' because after the war there will be so many improvements affecting the farmer's life that it will be completely transformed from one comparative drudgery to one of comparative ease 'If not ease, certajj§jiy: one of con venience,' ? he iaddpt,- \ envisaging better roads andwgpiore accessible farm lands, prefarapa^ed '£nd air conditioned houseSt'a&cL 'walkie-talk- : ie' sets, portal}lil'';'.feioio-telephones. enabling the farmer' t4s quick instructions to .his ' htuitfe '&s they I plough. - ?' | 1 ' -V;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

NOTICE A REWARD OF £150 will ble paid to the person or persons giving ' *^o*™3tion that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL ING SHEEP from 'Coombing Park.' A REWARD OF £50 will be paid for information leading to tb- conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Net ting on 'Coombing Park.'* FOUND TRESPASSING, Shooting, Habbiting or Fishing on Coombmg Park,' will be prosecuted without resplect to pc' 8ons- 20/4/'27 1 THE WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY LIMITED THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. the LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICE 74 pixt STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Efficiency and integrity are the keynotes of this Company. Sympathetic oonsideration is the watchword. Prompt and honorable setUemes* of all Haling is the 'motto.' Represented throughout this district by ? | w- J. BRADY — CARCOAR

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

With uhich u-e MtHe . ? . . Every pansy saved is a cEract contribution to the war effort. , We do iielp the war effort if we place our money in a Savings Jlank V account, ar .if wa buy 5/- National Savings Stamps, thus avoidino 'mnecesByjr^gfedyg. One page of a National Savings Stamp book ? .lor as a deposit or instalment on V„. ? ? ^?'WarlBtmd.v^ite the full book will purchase a £10 Bond outright. oTyUnras (£2), will be accepted as a deposit to a OSVU108 Bank account if reijuirid. ?.!LyOUr purchase your 5/- National Savings Stamps ? . - * from any Savings Bank or Money Order Post Office and pui vour savings on service to ' SPEED THE VICTORY. commonuiERLTH SDUMGS baiik — .. —— — — - y^WOOL\ V Natural Attraction l^tocK|jpmbe( (JarBon's work as sell -. ... tag tegkjfts is so thoroughly capable, £^y.- «^.«P&Bfuyj»andHiig of the dip g^a^ailgF:; appraisement Is 'certain. Their WBuSS-?^jd& :]»§& ^S- /^Per^ence' ^knowledge and jadg g force for

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Paratroops In Italy [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

PaMtfoops t'-0h[fa'ly iK^Sritisli Fifth Army pariatroops pass the bodies of two Germans who v fa,; were killed whem the patrol cleaned out troublesome machine-gun nests, r during fighting on the Italian front. — British Official Photograph.

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RESTRICTIONS ON HOME BUILDING TO CONTINU[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

RESTRICTIONS ON HOMB BUILDING TO CONTINUM ? 1 It is . unlikely fhat the GovernmepTVI vj . tfcstrictioris on home building wi ]f bq^J lifted for some time. £1 ? .'The Minister for War Organisation |H Industry (Mr. Dedman) said recently thff labor position was as acute at j 'Australia still had to meet enornV'iisJ commitments in food, muniuonsj| Anfl other supplies to her own and fighting services, he said. ' ' ''''A Those who vsra our independents t-y revo}u4w.^re not cowardi'The^ * -lid not^aM|t?6rder at the cost of lib*1 jvi ' «rty. — JlTO.|Blndeis and Holmes. | I Printed and published by Ray mond, James, Neve for the pro pr)etops, R.f§fr Neve and Co., Adelaide Strept, Blayney, N.S.W.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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12-M0NTHS'-0LD BABY STABBED: FATHER ARRESTED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

12-M0NTHS'-0LD BABY STABBED: FATHER ARRESTED |I117!E^E6 lying in a cot at the home J-** ' of his grandparents near Bourke, where his mother is residing. Michael Kerry , St. Clair m mths) narrowly escaped ^ vbing. A knife is ? e -'?? ted &? sma' ' neqjc . ther a, struggle. police court, Ronald HerbSM jt Clair (22), ex-soldier, of Sydne$| uid father of the child, was charged^ vith the attempted murder of thei . :liild and with occasioning grievous »odily harm to Samuel Robert i rlolmee. He was charged also with Attempting to commit suicide. When arrested, it was stated, St. Clair was suffering from stab wounds to the chest. He was treated at Bourke . ?District Hospital and later lodged inj the police lock-up. M

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Fighter Pilot Must Be Good Shot "Killer" Caldwell's Advice [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944

Fighter Pilot Must Be Good Shot 'Killer' Caldwell's Advice 1 he V'hter pi'ot who cannot shoot straight iaV worse than useless even il he is the Tno ; t skilful and daring flier in bis squadron.' Wing*,-C.3irminder Clive ('Killer') Caldwd'j, D.S:0„ D.F.C. and Bar, Aus tralia's greate'si ^cc, with a scon of 27 £ enemy _ aire rain ocstroyea, stressed this in a special articjs in 'the jcunvr.t issue of the official R.A.A.F. journal, ' Wings,' which is on t.ale io the publu for the first time'. Caldwell gives' tips to yoang trainees and advises thein [?.. k-arn to shoot and improve tlKir aocvuvcy by traaising | shooting at'tbc moving .shadows cf other aircraft. 'The fighter plot who has idea rtf d-»or*tincT ? url-i(\ ri ' - kiii-ii-tr a cii-L' parrot off a perch a ith j pick4 bardie — is nothing more' .ban a potential loss flying about the sky and 'iin e/ptnsiv.: out useless passenger in his ?ay'iiron,' said Caldwell. 'He is worsj ih;,i iisaii inasmuch as he occupies a sea^ .n ; efficien...

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