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NARROW ESCAPE FROM SERIOUS INJURY CAR OVERTURNS ON GARLAND ROAD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

NARROW ESCAPE FROM SERIOUS INJURY CAR OVERTl£RNS ON GARLAND SW3lA3-- ^ Mr. and Mrs. F. Dolbel, of 'Grabbenbun,' Garland, were fortunate to escape serious In jury on {Saturday night last when, their car overturned on a bridged oik the Garland Road. When attempting to avoid another car, the brakes on Mr. Dolbel's car failed to respond, and swering to failed to respond . and swerving to avoid a collision, the car ran ove»Jhe bridge into the creek below. *y Help was obtained to place the car on the road again and Mr. and Mrs. Dolbel were able to continue their 1 homeward journey.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEFT OF TYRES AND TUBES WARNING ISSUED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

iTftEFT OF TYRES AND ML,'- TUBES: I ^WARNING ISSUED ? \t , ?» t Ihc KR.M A. Has received reports ^Wforisrs of their loss, cither by fjtffi} ,°f misadventure, of tyres. tubes ?puF sjaa re parts from their cats when in /ni|J)ands«of service stations. Ai/® 9nc instance, afrer a motorist had nis car oat or a suburban garage. kfa#iii tlja^jJjad wheel wobble had set ianf^«tV€;%KgJtion showed that certain ts «ftjjcct4fo official control had been ^riafgd byyJ Effective ohes. In another motprist who had had a tube re paired in a ,cbuntry town discovered, ifter he had experienced much tyre rouble in the same wheel on the way lomc, that his good tube had in re placed by a very old and defective one. The general secretary of the NiR.M.A. (M^H. 1. Johnson), said he mention matter as a warning to motorists to be careful. The majority of garage (rnen were thoroughly reputable. of course; nevertheless both the motor trade and the public should nor shut their eyes to the possibility of wrong-doing b...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAIN DERAILED: THEORY BECAME FACT IN 24 HOURS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

TRAIN DERAILED : THEORY BECAME FACT IN 24 HOURS At Lithgow last week, Mr. S. R. McRae, Assistant District Su perintendent, addressed a safe working class of railway employees, including a man from Rydal, and questioned them regarding their ac tions should No. 44 goods train be derailed in the district. Within 24 hours No. 44 was derailed at Rydal with serious delays and damage. It is believed that the engine left the ^ ' tender followed along the main line, but the weight of the engine pulled it from the rails. As a result 10 mail trains were each' delayed one hour. A single line working was instituted between Wallerawang and Sodwalls, and it was found necessary to can cel a number of goods trains alto

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Has All The Thrills And Adventure: Can Man's Life In New Guinea [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

Has All The Thrills And Adventure : Can Man's Life In New Guinea (By ROY DRIVER, official war photo grapher. Department of Information.) Shooting front-line films of the New Guinea campaign has all the thrills and adventure a cameraman could wish for. Filming paratroops dropping behind tin' .I.in lines, eoina in with the first waves of landing barges, photographing the Navy rendering Jap mines harmless on coral reefs, and living for months with the forward patrols in the New Guinea jungle are just some of the as signments I have covered in New Guinea and New Britain. A cameraman must be right on the ' spot if he wants to get action pictures carrying a camera instead of a gun. Living and sharing the dangers and hardships with these front-riine troops gives one opportunities to study the 'New Digger' — the ' Jungle i-ighter. He is not the rough, undisciplined sol dier that he has often been labelled. He is your son. husband, and sweetheart and worthy of a great name, for he is part of...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KELLY INCREASES TOTAL OVER 1000 VOTES COUNTED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

KELLY INCREASES TOTAL OVER 1000 VOTES COUNTED Another 1050 votes have been counted in the Bathurst State poll, and the sitting Labor can didate '(Mr. C. A. Kelly) on tiues to poll at the rate of seven to each four votes gained by his opponent, Mr. A. Gardiner our.). Of the 1050 votes counted, Mr. Kelly obtained 679 and Mr. Gardiner 354, and there were 17 informal. Of 559 absentee votes, 351 were allocated to Mr. Kelly and 200 to Mr. Gardiner, with eight informal Of 313 postal votes, 221 went to Mr. Kelly and 91 to Mr. Gardiner, and one was informal. Of 178 soldiers' votes, Mr. Kelly gained 107 and Mr. Gardiner 63. with eight informal The State Returning Officer for Bathurst (Mr. Noble) stated that the soldiers' votes were incomplete, and there were also other votes to come in. There were in the office to be counted 85 section votes ,and these were to be checked bv the Common wealth Returning Officer. In addition there were about 100 ab sentee votes of ^persons whose names did not ap...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL ASSESSMENTS BY JULY, SAYS DEP. COMMISSIONER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

ALL ASSESSMENTS BY JULY, SAYS V DEP. COMMISSIONER . ALL, N.S.W. taxpayers, will 'ijfgewe | their 1 942-^3j^sessments ^ end of July, ! ' Commissioner,'. 'l|t£ ^4$wat.';y^||S$4 3»« J,, ' Saturday. . Mr. Ad3iq?« :-was ^ npl^Sng,/ ? to complaints 'lliu rifrifilijfriTiri Iliffi'fMWii ' ments -were 'still' week assessments 'we're: 'sent' om by the thousand,' he said. 'Owing ' to - the greatly increased number,, brougb£ about ? by war conditions, there has beeii a lag in delivery. This, - however, is being 1 rapidly overcome. By July 30 there? ' should be none outstanding. Only tax ' stamps received up to March 3 1 this J year may be used to meet the 1942-3 a , assessments'

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BALE HOOK PIERCES ARM: BLAYNEY MAN INJURED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

BALE HOOK PIERCES ARM : BLAYNEY MAN INJURED Mr. Yince O'Brien, em- h ployed by Messrs. Cook } Bros., produce merchants of Blayney, met with a j painful accident on Mon- V day alterroon while i&n- $ gaged in loading bales^of / ha on a track. ^ y When one of the bales slipped fipin its position, it bumped a hook, widqli Mr. O'Brien was using-, on to his arm. The sharp point inflicted a nasta wound, necessitating the insertion M four stitches. . jT Mr. O'Brien will beaway from vjprk for at least a week or two. ^

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Three Coupons Monthly New Better Scale [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

Three Coupons Monthly New Btitter Scale The l-eduction in the butter allowance' operated as from Mon- - day last, % The value of each coupon will continue to be eigjht ounces air butter, but three coupons niily may be used for four weeks. ' fl. - j.' Three butterj,coupons woulct become available on the first day !'1 of -each four-weekly period, and remajnjvalid for that period, thus, butter cou pons 1, 2 and 3 may be used from June 5 until July 2, and butteivpou pons 4, 5 and 6 from July 3 to {July i 30, it was stated. * I

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"PRISONERS' PIE" P.O.W. MAGAZINE FROM GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

'PRISONERS' PIE' : P.O.W. MAGAZINE FR0j£ GERMANY. TOMB first copy of a magazine pro- t,. duced by prisoniers of war in Q^r- , ff!; many and circulated in the prisctt }{? camp, has been received at Australian jf' headquarters. The magazine, from jk Stalag XXA, is called 'Pqisto&i$M Pio ' and consists of ten naicea^iif 1$ printed matter, and inc!Iudes.^grau| ^ articles, sketches, puzzles ^fi$gra|ul ' of news contributed by of war. Results of a - gardffi ing^ petition held in the with description of priz0ii; Tjb^sjfMfr elude wrist watches, t.pbcket P silver and bronze , medals. No tralians are mentioned as winneris.^^^ trophies in this competition, thoura||J 73 are reported to be prisonere;^j^l Stalag XXA . The camp is ? n6§||g| Thorn, in Poland.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£4000 FOR WOMEN'S SERVICES Gift To Australian Comfor[?] Fund [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

£4000 FOR WOMEN'S SERVICES .Gift To Australian Comfortl Fund 1 ^HL Australian Comforts Fund h; just received by cable a yil't - £4000 from the Anzac Division s the British War Relief Society o; U.S.i This latest donation is expresslv tor tl benefit of the women's armed wvici This money will provide amenities the Y.W.C.A. recreational centre in tl Darwin area, and in the Y.W.C.A. ho: tels in Queensland. Among the amen ties which are popular with our girls i uniform are hot showers and rdriger; tion. Within the last few months tl Anzac Division in America lias be- continuing its practice during the war ( sending through the Australian Comfot Fund a great variety of supplies such . smokes, musical instruments, indot games and other amenities. 1 'hi' liiv^io has been able, in past years. I Australia or fighting fronts i-ti and goods for the use of and di'ciiuiticW^oj by Australian Red Cross, as well as Australian Comlorts Fund, when it h^K]ei been impossible for these muih-necd^J0lj ite...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEEPSKINS I[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

SHEEPSKINS ITNrHANGElfl VAYVIi' Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., repoij Values were unaltered for sheeM skins at the past week's Sydn^H sale. Best threequarter to full merinos sold from 9Jd to I2d p'1' -? ordinary 7ld to 9jd, threequart* wools 7id to 9d, half-wools 6d to i-m third wools 4|d to 5£d. quarter wo-« l^d to 3gd, lamb's 4d to 8d threequarter to full wool crossbrei^H medium to fine quality made from to 9ld. ordinary 6Jd to 8d, two -tliiH wools 5§d to 8d, half wools 5d to third wools 3d to 5d, quarter wools H to 3d, Lincolns 3|d to 6Sjd. Pelts -^1 from |d to 2|d per lb. ? ruaes, calfskins and yearlings appraised at recent figures. tions: Country heavy hides 5§d to per lb, medium 5id to 6$d, light 8id, best country calfskins to per lb, cuts to lid, faulty to country yearlings to 10 Jd per JPr lcl^H to 9d, faulty to 8Jd. ^ let anyone like Tojo boss him arou^B with a big stick. H Meanwhile non.Australians cont^B ue to find a keen interest in 'jM song's 'foreign' allusion to 'tuck^B bo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

NUF SED! After 40 Years' Trading in Carcoar *e are still doing our best to gJvn satisfaction Clark 6? Co LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR THE 'CHRONICLE' WITH ITS. J. Brady, Carcoar |P- Licenied Auctioneer, St«ck and Property Salesman ?( . ' and Estate Agent. t Insurance Consultant and Valuator ? J .jlpCMCf AGENT FOR: . 1 ' ^ mSURANCE CO. LTD. Famo® 'Tn-Kos' Drenches and k Licensed Agent : Thoiie S CARCOAR.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

-;v' ; js? *- v-'x- «„ ' ^ - CONVOY FOR RUSSIA! and the crews keep warm Jk with Australian Wool .' ? ? ?To-day who knows on what icy seas '» or far-flung fighting front wool from | ^ j J / your propei^y may now be serving? i . AH you can be sure of is that wool, fat stock and produce consigned to Pitt, Son ? 8C Badgery Ltd., are handled with individual, expert attention, and with all the advantages of, modern storage and yarding facilities. ^ PITT, SOLANO BADGERY LTD. ? j *WOOLBROK€RS I 4 O'ConnelJ Sjfreet, Sf-dney; Darby Street, Newcastle. I I ^ ^ ?» branch Officc: Boorowa. ' I J 1 Licensed A uAionccrs, Slock/and Station Agents.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

A little rebellion riow^BH^fen;ia ' ^ a good thing; and as''nec^MBpte|^P|;|p| political World &s, storms-^^nBlraSte^S. ical — Thomas Jefferson:]

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OFFICIAL ADVICE AFTER TWO YEARS Boy Killed In Action In Malaya [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

OFFICIAL ADVICE AFTER TWO YEARS Boy Killed In Action In Malaya THOUGH he was killed in the Mal ayan campaign in January of 1942, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Roberts, of Flinr Mreet. Forbes, have only just received word to this effect concerning their son, Lieut. Win. Roberts, states the Forbes 'Advocate.' The information came to hand from the Minister for the Army and acting Prime Minister, Mr. Fordc. who forwarded the sincere sympathy of his Government. At the time of his enlistment, the late Lieut. Roberts was a popu'lar employee at Forbes railway station, and was well known on sur rounding football fields as a forward in the Forbes representative team.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KEEPING CARS ROAD WORTHY Advice By N.R.M.A. Engineers [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

KEEPING CARS ROAD WORTHY Advice By N.R.M.A. Engineers The N.R.M.A. engineers declare thai many cars arc going to a premature death because of owners' neglect of various es sentials. These inc'iude the tyres and tubes, bodywork and battery. Drivers should avoid overloading, under- inflation. harsh braking and fierce acceleration, high speeds and kerb bumping, and should also keep a constant check on wheel align ment. The; battery life will be prolong ed if the driver assists in cold weather by using the cranking handle, at least to turn the engine over several times to ! break the oil seal when starting. The ? Association believes that in many cases [ the reason for this neglect is iack of knowledge by the operator.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mandurama Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

Mandurama i Personal Items I ? ? ! : Sgt. Ron Smith, accompanied by his wife, has returned to Sydney af ter spending part of his leave with relatives and friends. Miss Linda Perry is home again after a enjoyable holiday in Guljron^ and Sydney. ° Mr. and Mrs. W. Warren have re turned from Melbourne, where they ^pent an enjoyable holiday with 'th^ fomer's relatives and friends After engaging in shearing- opera tions in other districts, Mr. Tom Barnes is spending a few days at home before proceeding to another shed. Tlie many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Coywell will be pleased to hear that , their daughter, Joan, is back home j again after her long illness in the Cowra District Hospital. Mrs. T. Wells is an inmate of the Carcoar District Hospital. . Latest reports state that she is progressing favorably. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Smiling British Tommy [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

Smiling British Tommy Confident of the future, this British Tommy has a smile for the inhabi tants of an Italian village as tlie Eighth Army continues its advance.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEVILLE PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

NEVILLE PERSONALS Mrs. Lewis, formerly Miss Esther j Smith, and Messrs. Les- and Walter | Smith, have been spending holidays j with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. ! Smith. j ACW Dulcie CocK recently spent leave with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I R. Cock. j Master Fred Brown has been elected vice-captain of Neville Public School, replacing Master Allan Cock, who has left the school. Gnr. Joe Sykes, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Sykes, is home on leave from New Guinea. Mrs. Oats. senr.. of Neville, who has not enjoyed the best of health for the past week, is now showing improvement. Visitors to her home from Coolah are her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. C. Oats- s The girl of Neville C..W.A. Younger Set anticipate a successful night for their ball this month, in aid of Blay ney and Carcoar District Hospitals , As a result of the Neville School Empire Day Picnic and concert, held on Friday, 2Gth May, a profit of £21/11/ was made

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARRIED WOMEN TO BE DISMISSED? Western Small Arms Factories [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

MARRIED WOMEN TO BE DISMISSED? Western Small Arms Factories JT was revealed thai married female employees at the Sma'il Arms Fac tory whose husbands are in employment will be dismissed as from the end of next week, says the Liihgow 'Mercury.' Those affected who arc on afternoon shift received their notices on Friday, and those on day shift, on Saturday. It is understood that about I 10 Lithgow women will be affected by this retrench ment. These facts were revealed by Mr. J. Dudley, president of the Combined Unions, following a conference with the management. He revealed that similar action would be taken at Port'iand, Dubbo. Wellington and Forbes. It was also stated that one shift will operate at the Lithgow Factory as from June 13.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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