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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

UJSSIE 'ictures LYNDHURST ^TURDAY, JUNE 17. WALTER W ANGER'S GREATEST ADVENTURE ! th GEORGE SANDERS, GENE [ERNEY and BRUCE CABOT in 'SUNDOWN' and RITZ BROTHERS and DICK FORAN in EHIND THE 8 BALL' ? THE FARMERS & GRABBERS CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY CO., LTD. Head Office : Sydney. Branches. London, Goulburn, Albury, Wagga \Vagga, Orange, Tcnvora, Dubbo, Cowra, Tamworth, Tcntcrfield. IN PROSPEROUS TIMES, CO-OPERATION ADDS TO PROSPERITY! IN ADVERSE SEASONS, the Benefits of MODERN CO-OPERATION as extended to Primary Producers REDUCES COSTS! THE 'F. a G.' WOOL REBATE OF 40 PER CENT. AND LOANS AT THE LOWEST RATE OF INTEREST ARE OF GREAT ASSISTANCE. C0NS.-3N: WOOL, STOCK, RABBITSKINS, ETC. TO THE GREAT COUNTRY ? ORGANISATION : - lie Farmers & Graziers SYDNEY. Licensed Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents. NOTICE A REWARD OF £150 will be paid to the person or persons giving formation that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL m SHEEP from 'Coombing P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

FOUJ j MI TO FORM C.1 :R SET Thursd on JUNE 1 'M. MEMORIAL, DHURST Manduraj Jarnival V Satu ... e moon '.'Ik, v* Afternoon j-.a. .u:-.; refreshments At Night. / . HELP THIS WORTHY CAUS1E ! MRS. WARNER, Secretary. LARGE PINEAPPLES 15/6 per big 1} bushel case. Add freight, 6/4 case. S. Child, Wamuran, Q'land:.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

GOLDEN WEDDING THE RELATIVES and FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. David Hines, of 'Yel- verton,' Lyndhurst, are cordially in vited to attend the celebration of their Golden Wedding, to be held in the Memorial Hall on June 20th, at 8 o'clock. By request: no presents.

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C.W.A. Branch Established At Lyndhurst Enthusiastic Meeting of Ladies [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

?C.W.A. Branch Established At I Lyndhurst Ig.urh usia itic Meeting Of Ladies | y.i;-;-j-i;'-tic meeting of f -^v -trict, In the Mem ' r.dhurst, on Satur. last, decided to - branch of the , . , ? n's Association. ver /u ineiiioers and intending mbei's attended. Mrs. Fitzhard. u.lK) was the recipient of a de ;tfUl shoulder' posy, presided and iressed the hoipe that the branch, ?cj) was one of many she had op d would be a huge success. yter addressing the meeting, the tion of officers was conducted, follows: resident: Mrs- H. Ferson; vice iidents, Mesdames* D. Davies, S. -rd F.' Townsend and W. Bloom - [? secretary, Mrs. R. Cobb; treas Mrs- E. Doust. lie chairwoman presented each of new officers with a dainty snoul spray and welcomed them to r various positions. She then va ,(j tlie chair, and the new Presi took charge of the meeting. i was decided to meet on the - d Saturday of each month, at 3 i I he formation of a Younger Set : nch was discussed. ' rior to a delightful afternoon tea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

(SAVINGS STAMPp\ ( HAV£ GOT ME IN ) These stamp* will keep him in a place and make sure that your . -£*** savings go to speed the victory and help on our war effort. Don't spend a penny unless for j something that you genuinely £fvig need. Use every penny you can ' ?are to keep up your war savings, ?'f Buy 6i. War Savings Stamps, War Savings Certificates, OR 6/'. National . Savings Stands, , keep up rom WAR SAVINGS! UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES J To be held In Parish Hall, Bla^ey. r FRIDAY, 23rd JUNE AT 8 PJtt. , ? 'THE USA IN THE PACIFIC)' (Lecturer, Dr. G. Greenwood) j'*| ADMISSION 1/-. ? Members of the Public Cordially £ Invited. | W. Dutton. Pres., Blayney District , | Teachers' Federation- . 1 SPORTS AND DANCE 1 AT BURNT YARDS . ? | | SATURDAY, SEPT. 30.; '£ 1 In aid of Burnt Yards Hall Funds. .^1 HORSE AND ATHLETIC EVENTS - Particulars, latere issue. -1i j. EliLERY, Hon. Sec. ^fg — ? % Cook Bros ! ? BLAYNEY ? '*11 ANNOUNCE that tliey have been ap- iSml pointed by the Agricult...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

B CAM REED & SON Undertakers:A^Moniimental Adelaide Street, Blayney. ? .Funerals Conducted Reverently K v Mr. Mar Higgs «||i' 'jraONEf CARCOAR 3. Bp, NUF SED! U| ' After 4|?ls YearsT Trading in our best to ?fvr

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

CONVOY FOR RUSSIA! and the crews keep warm Jt with Australian Wool To-day who knows on what icy seas W.; VVVI' Ifr ' or far-flung fighting front -wool from ''' 1 Vll your property may now be serving? 1 \ AH you can be sure of is that AUt*' wool, fat stock and produce consigned to Pitt, Son & a gery td., are handled with individual, expert attention. £D 3 ' C^C ac^vantages of modern storage and yarding 'in, SON AND BADGERY LTD. WOOLBROKERS 4 O Conn*11 Street, Sydney;' Darby Street, Newcaitle BHllS&gMfefi Branch Qfiicc: BooionC HBi I Saipra ticienied Auctioneers. Stock and Station Agents. , *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

Cook Bros BLAYNEY NNOUNCE that Uiey have been ap- ? ointed by the Agricultural Depart- ? lent as ' j OLE AGENTS IN THE1 CARCOAR DISTRICT | or receival of all Vegetables ;rown under contract with he Commonwealth Govern nrnt. Mso Sole Agents for ? receival of fcally grown Potatoes under the ?overnment contract scheme. Plll PARTICULARS SUPPLIED on application. I Clearance Sale Wednesday, June, 28, 1944 ACTING under instructions from MR. I J. DRADY. 'Eulonio,' Woodstock, wc I will offer the following: HORSES: Draught Mare. 7 years, good saddle and harness Mare', 1 Chestnut ; Saddle Mare, good reliable Child's Pony. ' Sulky and Harness. CATTLE: 6 head Mixed Cattle. SHEEP: 250 Xb Lambs, mixed sex: 60 2-4 tooth xb ewes, joined to Border Leicester Rams; 190 Mer. Ewes, to full mouth, joined to B. Leicester rams. MACHINERY: 1 Deering Reaper and, Binder. 6ft. cut: 1 Sunshine Header, 8ft: . 1 Clyde Horse Lorry: J Lucerne oower , Box : 1 - 1 yd. Scoop : 1 Dinky Scoop : ' Set 5 leaves Harrows: 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

If NOTICE a W A Rco5^n°of *SLWi' be *?aid for inf°rr.«ation leading to tbf § . with *»ood Gates or Wire Net II ? AN^-n#'«Coomtoc Shootine, babbiting or Fiihing tl on^Coombing Park,' will be prosecuted without x-esnect to pef If -...-I ' 20/4/'27. If THE JVHITNEY PA STORAL COMPANY LIMITED I COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE | INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. \ f THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICE BEX } ? U WT STREET, SYDNEY, NAW. ' ' ss at ^ of dataM Is the 'motto/ ' _ CARCOAR |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

W. J. Brady, Carcoai Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman and Estate Agent. - j Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator.*' DISTRICT AGENT FOR: ' ESS co- LTD . uSf?45L0^H^TD': fWi' -- ? Lm CLTOE^lSSSSP' FENCING and gates. COY. LTD, (Farm Machinery and Duplicates). W. J. BRADY, Licensed Agent Bo* No. 2; 'Phone S CARCOAR '

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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

CARCOAR TOWN TALK Mrs. Blake, of Sydney, has arriv at Carcoar. where she will ies with Mrs. J. Cummerford. Captain H. Smith was a visitor Carcoar over the weekend. Home for the winter vacation fr St. Stanislaus College, Bathui are Colin and John Cheffins. Miss Betty Cheffins is holiday® with relatives at Newbridge. I Miss Barbara Russeil. pf CowB is the guest of Mrs. Daly f°r A xl days. ? ' ?

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£50 RAISED AT STRE[?] CARNIVAL Profitable Mandurama Function [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

£50 RAISED AT STREH CARNIVAL 1 Profitable Manduramal Function I The street carnival, held ii aid of the Red Cross branch, a Mandurama on Saturday, re alised £50. The Red Cross ladies wish to tha all who responded so generously this occasion and also for th continuous pastsupport. Thanks is also extended lo thA who worked so untiringly to ensiB the success attained. I The annual meeting of the branl will be held on July 4. I

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WOMEN'S PRIORITY IN PENCILLIN TREATMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

WOMEN'S PRIORITY IN PENCILLIN TREATMENT Women would .be given priority in treatment by penicillin, when sup plies of the new wonder drug became readily available to the public. This was disclosed here by Dr. Cooper Booth, N.S.W. Director of Social Hygiene, who stated that nrpf erence would be given to women, be cause figures showed that they were the principal sufferers from V.D. Of the total inspected, young married women comprised 56.7 per cent. Astonishing Results From Drug The Superintendent of Sydney Hospi tal, Dr. Dunlop, said astounding success had been achieved at the institution's first* mass treatment of civilian patients withC penicillin, the 'wonder' durg. A total of 5,300,000 units of' drug were -being used on seven patients suf fering from serious complaints. Most of the cases were cbnsidered practically hopeless before penicillin was used. Since then, the patients had shown re m^rkabje improvement.

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Have Timber For 2/- a Load P.P. BOARD GRANTS REQUEST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

I Have Timber For 2/- a Load p.P. BOARD GRANTS I REQUEST Mr. J. A. Sligar, of Wood stock, will be permitted to ob tain firewood from Grant's Re serve providing he pays the Carcoar P.P. Board 2/~ a ton for it,. This was decided at the June feting of the Board after a letter om Mr. Sligar had been read ask & for permission to remove fallen nber from Grant's Reserve, which about five miles from Woodstock, te letter added that the wood Mid not be sol-j but kept for pri te use only. Dir. R. J Hailstone opened the cussion by. saying that he liked f spirit of the man in asking for mission asd hot going behind the card's back in taking the wood. Dir. F. C. Rowlands. however, was 't in favor of grant ^ig permission ! he thought that, if one man was Ven permission, .then there would .v;y other applications. i l Aitf. FALLEN TIMBER. 1 ? C. U Glasson: We will want ' him to take fallen tim O. Rowlands: Who is go. - f'- i:ce the place? (;'--S3n: Mr. Cboley (rabbit \ I suppose r stone: I m...

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Lyndhurst Person[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

Lyndhu^ I Persons : : I A.C.1 Ray Drady is at pr. H from Tocumwal, spend . . ' H with his parents, Mr. ar jt Drady, at Garland. H Another visitor to Lyj H Mr. K Muggleton, son o . H Mrs. Alf. Muggleton. k . stationed at Gunnedah He panied by a friend from ' * * ;ibl Mr. and Mrs. C. Neil, of , ta, arrived on Saturday /:? last. Mr. Neil returned oi . lowing Monday, while Mrs! ? remain a week looking up and friewjjp. -* * * At present receiving ct tions is Mrs. R. Lewis . Nurse Mary Dolbell). She v'. : ceived word that she has p,, . final nursing examination. : titling her to Sister. * ♦ Mrs. E. Doust is at present ent taining her friend, Mrs. p Giass of Gresham. * * Mrs. J. Kilfoyle is at present i guest of her parents, Mr. and u D. Hines, who are celebrating th golden wedding. A party was t dered ( he elderly couple in the j morial Hall on Tuesday night. ♦ * * Claire Kinghogne was the vie of a nasty accident on Saturday ter noon last at the C. of E, f( She severely gashed her left le...

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Newbridge Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

Newbridge Personal Items i i ? i | Mrs. J. Gibbs returned home from Sydney on Friday last as a result of the accident to her husband, whose leg was broken in two places. We understand that he is now progress ing as well as can be expected. I ? » * ' The friends of Mr. Bern. Baker I will regret to learn that he is not so well after his narrow escape. The local Stationmaster, Mr. J. Collins has been notified of transfer as Stationmaster to Allawah. He is now being relieved by Mr. Jones.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

IAK. Collins CENSEd station Eg** naonura o. 80'* £50 REWARD ? i TTHE above reward will be paW for information leading to the convic tion of any person or persons dama ging wire netting fencing, interfer- , ing with flood or netting gates Or cutting or removing wire fromx any of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE.'' ^ ^ I J|I Ij Ji, I ,

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THREAT TO WOOL INDUSTRY: TEXTILE INDUSTRY PANEL TO ACT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

THREAT TO WOOL | INDUSTRY : TEXTILE INDUSTRY PANEL TO ACT The threat to Australia's wool j trade by the manufacture of syn- | tbetic fibies has led to a review of i organisation for wool research and development plans. j The new set-up will be concentrated upon competing against fibres in select ed fields. An inter- departmental committee has been established, on the recommendation of the Textile Industry Panel of the1 Secondary industries Commission, to re port on the organisation required, and wt'il meet shortly. The panel's recommendations also in cluded : That a Sheep and Wool Consultative Council be set up to advise the Govern ment on the application of science to the wool industry, and on the expansion of secondary wool industries. That biological and textile research be made by a special directorate of the CS and IR.

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ANNUAL C. OF E. FETE AT LYNDHURST Approximately £50 Raised [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

ANNUAL C. OF E. FETE AT LYNDHURST ! Approximately £50 Raised J The annual fete, in aid of the Church of England: at Lyndhurst, was held on Saturday, June 17. It was a most successful func tion. Those in charge of the various stalls were kept veiy busy, and the proceeds will approximate £50. The organisers are deeply grateful to those who assisted with donations in cash and kind, the public for their generous support, and those who helped in any., other way in con[ tributing to such a fine financial success. Winners of the - various competi tions were: Dinner, Mis. J. W. Smith, Garland, with ticket No. 29; doll,' Mr. Stan Hines (name of doll, 'Ber- tha'-; jumper. Miss Betty Hines, No. 43; bag, Mrs. T. Byrnes, No. 71. The winner of the 101 trophy, guess ing length of string, went to Mr. Beer, with the nearest guess, 1 yd, lft. 8in. The exact length was 1 yd lft. 101ns.

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Discovery Of New Drug Might Assist Dairymen [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

Discovery Of New Drug Might Assist Dairymen When Dr. Alexander. Fleming discovered penicillin at the Uni versity of London in 1929, he gave medical men their most effective weapon against a number of diseases— especially septicemia and gonorrhea. Now, it appears, he also gave our dairy industry an oppor tunity to expand output of one of its products and tins make more efficient utilisation of existing tmilk supplies. The mould Penicillin notatum, which secretes the substance we call penicillin, grows in a culture of lactose or milk sugar. With produc tion of penicillin now only a small fraction of what it ultimately will be, the demand for lactose undoubtedly is scheduled for a very sharp increase. A considerabele increase in demand already is apparent. In 1942 approx imately 7,500.000 lbs. of lactose were i used in the United States — about I 3,200,000 lbs. in baby foods; 2,400, 000 in 'pharmaceuticals'; and the re mainder in various miscellaneous food and non-food products. ? In 1...

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