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IDEAL LAND AROUND BLAYNEY : SOLDIER SETTLEMENT SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
IDEAL LAND AROUND BLAYNEY : SOLDIER SETTLEMENT SCHEME Digger A. V. Hill was wry outspoken at the last j monthly meeting of Blav- ;/ ney Branch o ,settlemen Jthe land. As delegate Digger Hill ? J matter before the Annual State Co V | .grees, to be held in Sydney pn Set-- y: tember 6. f 'My opinion,' said Mr. Hill,, .is / , [ that soldiers should be placed on land \ Iff in districts suited for the purpose, j jjft not anywhere, with no reasonable /iJBfc chance of success. Around Blayfflyr^ -iK for instance, there is ideal land for , j w the .purpose. Now is the time to get' ' '|U busy, not wait till he war is over.' . 1 J ifllWai. IT, 1 1 fomiMul 0,1m rVvmnillo ~ ] 1 Hf 4-avuicu «71U4C WUUUXia^ % Iflfl or local committees co-operating II with the plan. J'® II Lieut. A. K. Gardiner, who wa% 1||P H present at the meeting and who. in--'vw. El .cidentally. was given a oordial we-r'.s||f ! II £Ptne by the President' . (Digger : H settled on decent ^ 1 1. favtarable districts. en-' ? !?;! ti...
D.W.A.C MEETING AT COWRA Lyndhurst Shire Represented [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
D.W.A.C. MEETING A# 'J COWRA 4 Lyndhurst Shire vft Represented I A meeting of the local - «? U War Agricultural Comnwbee V'% was held at Cowra on .Hw, last ? ' Y'll: V' * Mr. 1». Skene,' 'JPresideofe of* Blay-V ney W.A.C-, who is th^^Lcyzidl^ijn^t;:'. ' Shire representative. attg&Bqt !'? ? Mr. Skene report that ? there'^ae . been an easing of the ipcmtitmi'^inWV. I 1 gard to some fencing materials ana^i: j| other essential commodities. It is ^ hoped to make details available in the near future. , The DWAC, considered such im- . portant matters as rubber supplies and Army releases.
TO MANUFACTURE WOMEN'S HOSIERY Dubbo Small Arms Factory [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
TO MANUFACTURE WOMEN'S HOSIERY Dubbo Small Arms Factory ; J^yUBBO factory is to be transformed j from one engaged on production i of small arms to one manufacturing ? women's hosiery and men and j women's underwear. The change will ; be to the benefit of Dubbo, for the ! new industry will be established on a permanent basis. The Mayor (Aid. ; Serisier 1 disclosed this to the Dubbo 'Liberal' last week. He said the general manager of one of the biggest textile manufacturing companies in Australia had informed him that the Department of Supply and Shipping had arranged for the organisation to take over the factory immediately it is vacated by the Department of the Navy and Munitions.
The Wedding Report EDITOR ANNOYED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
The Wedding Report EDITOR ANNOYED It is a perenniaJ joke among news paper folk that it will be news when a wedding is not 'pretty and the bride not 'channing.' But the editor of the Fountain Inn Tribune, of South Carolina (U.S.) could not wait any longer. Here is what he wrote: .?rnur, rt-v./mm tc a nmnilar vouns: sap who' hasn't done a lick of work since he got shipped in the middle of his junior year at college. He man ages to dress well and keep a supply of spending money because his dad is a soft-hearted old fool who takes up his bad cheques instead of letting him go to gaol where he belongs. 'The bride is a skinny, fast little idiot who has been kissed by every boy in town since she was 12 years old. She paints like a Sioux Indian, sucks cigarettes in secret and drinks mean corn-liquor when she is out joy-riding in her dad's car at night. She doesn't know how to cook, sew or keep house. 'The groom wore a rented dinner suit over athletic underwear of imi tation silk. His pants w...
'Secret of Eternal Youth' [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
'Secret of Eternal Youth' The newly-discovered plastic I material, Velon, a synthetic based j on seta water and petroleum, it is claimed, possesses the 'secret of eternal youth.' The material can be put to an in cedible array of uses, ranging from railway and bus seats, fly-screens tents and mats to glamorous dress materials, hats, shoes gossamer weave stockings, and even suspenders. Colors, textures, and the attract ive completed articles are illistrated ma publication issued by Firestone Laboratories, of Akran, Ohio the com pany now producing Velon 'and daily extending the range of its possibilities. Velon it is claimed, will refashion the world of to-morrow. Not only have the fabrics tremend ous tensile and flexural strength, but they are practically impervious to water and most acids, heat-resistant and non inflammable, and resistant to fading by sun exposure. The eternal youth claim is based on what are described as 'incredible wearing qualities.' including abrasive resistance ...
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK Mrs- W. Gray and Miss Lorna Gray, of Osman Street, returned home from Sydney on Saturday. The latter has been in the City re ceiving treatment for ear trouble from a specialist, and is now show ing improvement The membership total of Blayney R. and I. Institute now stands at 251. This was disclosed in the Sep retary's report at Monday night's monthly meeting. Sgt. Noel Collins, A.I-F., has been spending portion of his extended [ leave, after service in New Guinea, with his uncle, Mr. W. Dutton, Blay ney Headmaster. Noel has left to re- i join his unit As all N.E.S- material has now been removed from Blayney Railway Institute, the rooms are now avail able for clients requiring their use. The fee fixed at the monthly meet ing for combined use of the room, ! crockery and copper was 10/6. | Li.A.tJ. cpi. i^awton i&ame nas oeen spending leave with his wife and I family at his home in Osman Street I Gnr. Doug Johnson, of the A.I.F., was able to leave Balyney Dist...
CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
CARCOAR TOWN TALK Miss Val. Livermore, of Molong, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B Livermore, over the week-end. | Another visitor to Carcoar is Miss : Mary Braddon, of the Telephone Ex ? change, Young. Mrs. T. Furner is not enjoying the best of health. We wish her a speedy recovery. ! Mr. Gordon Stammers is at pres ent an inmate of the District Hospi tal. We hope to see Gordon well and about again very soon. The death otccurred in Cowra Dis trict Hospital, on Monday. 5th June, of Mr. E. J. Cole, aged 51 years. The' late Mr.- Cole was a brother of Mrs. T. G Stammers, of Carcoar, to whom our sympathy is extended.
Australian Built Torpedoes FIRST PUBLIC TEST RUN [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
Australian Built Torpedoes FIRST PUBLIC TEST RUN I ? ? The climax to one of Austra lia's1 greatest technical adven tures has been reached in the first public test run of an Aus tralian-built torpedo. Plans for producing torpedoes in Australia were worked out a con siderable time ago by the Royal Aus tralian Navy and the Ministry of Mu nitions in co-operation. The Ministry for Munitions is re sponsible for the production of com ponent parts, and certain assemblies for the torpedo. The Navy 'is super vising the work in general, and is carrying out the final assembly at a specially constructed factory. Torpedoes have been coming off the line for some time, 'and have been subjected to most exhaustive tests. The Navy has reported in the highest possible terms an the performance of ^HrtM&ian torpedoes.
FOOD FOR GREEK PEOPLE BIG SHIPMENTS FROM CANADA AND U.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
POOD FOR GREEK PEOPLE BIG SHIPMENTS FROM CANADA AND U.S.A. According to a statement made to the Swedish press by Mr. K. R. Thy- j berg, of the Swedish Foreign Office, | about 205,000 tons of wheat and 1 30,000 tons of dried vegetables, soup extracts, milk powder and other foodstuffs, as well as a considerable j quantity of medicine, have been shipp ed from Canada and the U.S.A. to Greece on the Swedish Red Cross vessels since September 1 last year to April this year. In addition, certain quantities of medicines have been sent from Sweden . At present eight Swedish ships are plying regularly between Canada andi Greece, viz., Akka, of 8,950 tons d.w., | Yarrawonga, of 9,350 tons, Bardaland, of 4,575 tons, Cornelia, of. 2,000 tons, Fenris, of 3,375 tons Tamara and Formosa, of 10,330 and 9,400 tons, re spectively ,and Bongabarra, of 9,350 tons. In addition, the Haliaren, of 5,200 tons, is carrying food from Ven j ice to Piraeus, while another Swedish fvessel, Wiril, 'of 1,225 tons, is u...
"ONE UP AND TWO TO GO! RESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S COMMENT ON FALL OF ROME "AMERICANS WANT TO HELP ITALIANS" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
''ONE UP AND TWO TO GO!' i RESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S COMMENT ON FALL OF ROME ? 'AMERICANS WANT TO HELP ITALIANS' NEW YORK, Tuesday. — Ameri- can wanted to respect and help the future Italy towards everlast a ng peace, and hoped that other imtfonii opposed to Fascism and Nazism would help and give Italy a chance, declared President Roosevelt in a broadcast on the fall of Rome. Rome was the first of the Axis capitals to fall— one up and two to go — and it was perhaps significant that the first of these capitals to fall - should have the longest history. The j ? story of Rome went back to the time of the beginning of our civilisation. 5 Rathe once controlled, the whole of i the then known world. . That was also - significant^ because the United Na 6 tions were determined that in the J? future no one city or nationality '? r^w»ld be able to control the whole ol ihe world. 'We see in Rome the great symbol -\f -Jhristianity,' added Mr. Roosevelt. - '' i~ie churches and shrines of Rome 2 sir* '...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
W. J. Brady, CarcoaJ Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman and Estate Agent Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valua tor. J DISTRICT AGENT FOR: COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. (All Classes of Insurance). WILCOX, MOFFLIN, LTD.: Famous 'Tri-Kos' Drenches ss»£ Licks (Stocks on Hand). DANGAB, GEDYE & MALLOCH LTD. (AU. Classes Farm Machinery). FAMOUS 'CYCLONE' FENCING AND GATES CLYDE ENGINEERING COY. LTD. (Farm Machinery and Duplicates). W. J. BRADY, Licensed A Bo* No. 2: 'Phone & CARCOAR. '^WOOl-\ (winchcombe) VCARSON^y * Natural Attraction (B&ijfr Winchcombe, Car, son's work as sell lag brokers is so thoroughly capable, thst successful handling of the clip * ''*& * for appraisement is certain. Their -£&sa experience, knowledge and judg rnent are ^ never-failing force for Wincticombe, Carson iloF Winchcombe House, Bridge St., Branches— Yasa, Orange, Forbes. \
Mandurama Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
Mandurama Personal Items .The many friends of Mr- Arthur Wilson will be sorry to hear that he has had to reliquish business owing to ill-health. Mr. Wilson conducted a milk run. It is hoped that he will soon regain good health. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Smith and their two daughters left on Monday last | for Sydney after spending a short j holiday with the former's parents, j Mr- and Mrs. Smith, and their many j friends. Pte. W. D. Douglas returned to I Sydney on Monday last, after spend- ! ing short leave with his wife and daughter, relatives and friends. Mr. S- Knight, of Woodstock, spent the week-end at Mandurama as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. Knight and friends. Mr. George Green, local Shire maintenance man, has been attend ing to drains and water tables in Gold Street. A good job has result ed. Similar work would make a big improvement in Main Street. Mr. John Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D- Parker, is spending holi days with his parents and friends.
NEVILLE SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY : MISS A. KING ATTAINS MAJORITY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
I NEVILLE. SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY : MISS A. KING ATTAINS MAJORITY A surprise party was tendered Miss Audrey King, on the occa^ sion of her 21st birthday, by Ne ville residents on Monday lastf ' Little Alice Sinclair presented the guest of honor with a posy of flowers as she entered the hall, whilst all present sang, 'Happy Birthday To You.' Mr. J. W. Green welcoming Miss King, wished her many happy re turns on behalf of all. Following- the supper, provided by the ladies, Mr. C,1 S. Baker made ths presentation of a gift envelope, on behalf of the residents, and wished Miss King much luck, health and happiness in her future life. The recipient suitably responded, thanking all for the nice surprise they had given her Following the lighting and cutting of the birthday cake, dancing was in dulged in, music being supplied by Mrs. Ellery, Miss Shirley Ellery and Messrs. Eric Greey and 1\ and L. 'Harris. Mr. T- Harris acted as MC. for the evening.
WINCHCOMBE CARSON Business Extension : Orange Sale Yards [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
WINCHCOMBE CARSON Business Extension : Orange Sale Yards i The activity of Winchcombe Carson Ltd., Stock Salesmen, at the Orange saleyards, is being extended. From July 1st, 1944, the Company has acquired the saleyards, sheep, lambs, cattle and pig business of McNeilly, Crampton & Martin, and in addition, will hold the Orange An nual Western Ram Sales in January, 1945. Mr. T. J. Martin, of McNeilly, Crampton & Martin, will be in at tendance at the saleyards on stock and pig sale days. Messrs. W. F. Blowes, and W. M. Betts continue as joint managers of the Orange branch of Winchcombe Carson Ltd- The com bination of the two organisations at the Orange saleyards will thorough, ly assure capable and careful at tention to clients' consignments of siieep, tfuuua, cuu.it: tuiu. pigs. Winchcombe Carson. Ltd. will re ceive orders for trucks at their of. fice. Lord's Place, Orange, Tel. 73. and al80 conduct transactions in store, stock and properties at the same address. McNei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944
CAM REED & SON (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney. 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignilied Local Repiesentative: Mr. Arthur Higgs ?PHONE: CARCOAR 3. Fordson Tractors A LIMITED SUPPLY OP NEW ENGLISH FOKDSONS ABE NOW AVAILABLE FOR AGRICULTURAL WORK Prices and Pull Particulars from: R. MUIR & SONS Ford Dealers ** Blayney 'PHONE 25