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CARCOAR P.P. BOARD DIRECTORS ANNOYED RELEASED INSPECTOR—AND EDEN GOT HIM MR. TREVITT'S WORK TRIBUTED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

CARCOAR P.P. BOARD J DIRECTORS ANNOYED ij RELEASED INSPECTOR— ANdII EDEN GOT HIM | MR. TRE^Ilf 'S WORK j TRlBfTED k „ ?* ' The Carcoar Pastures Protection Board is i i ; without a stock inspector, and up until last me ? there was no indication that- a .man would be ] - ; e - available to fill the position. Last April, Mr. P. E. lYevitt, who ] was acting stock -inspector, 'obtained ) - a release from the Board to join the f - veterinary staff of the Departinpnt .j Agriculture. However, it titipu- ' | Jated that, upon Mr. TretoU leaving j the employment of the Board, a man would be made available to succeed ^ him. The Directors have been inform- [' 'Mil ed periodically, howeyebr. that.. |he^^® vacancy could not/be filled as thfere' '' have been no apphcatifflns., v ?% It was pointed out that it wouid - the difficult to engage a person, the position would only be 'temptar- ' -Vs 'ary, j-auling the release of Mr. -3, a les is the Board's official stock in: ; spector, although he has nev...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Earlier Bombing Recalled [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

Earlier Bombing Recalled One of the Mitchell bombers which took part in the first raid on Japan over two years ago is here seen taking off front one of the aircraft carriers engaged in that famous mission.

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

OPEN SEASON FOR 'ROOS IN BREWARRINA AREA HHHE Chief Secretary (Mr. Baddeley) said yesterday that an . openj season had. been, declared for kan garoos in the Brewarrina Pastures Protection District, exclusive of State forests, ttoiber reserves and be an open season in that portion of the Condobolin Pastures Protection district north of the Lachlan River, excluSive pf State, forests^ timber re ^j^^^^ptt^&^jj^^jpctuaries, [?]

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

Efe 'CHBONICLE' i;f ADVERTISING BATES f- ~- Vi; | Small, run-on Gash Advertise meivts (without display lines): It !?; ? 12 words, 2/ (minimum charge) ; It £5' 13 to 18 words, 2/6; 19 to 24 m St& words, 3/; 25 to 30 words, 3/6; |p '.-!j XS1 to 36 words, 4/. If booked, |j '6d- extra in each case. ? larger casual advertisfements T' | : (with display lines) : 4/ per inch. pi' - in Memoriam Notices : 4/ P f? without verse (minimum charge) | ; faith verse, 4/, plus 6d. per line II 1 verse. P i Return Thanks Notices (of !' 'i r.ormal size): 4/. Proportionate §? j1 increase in charge for space j:| ! ' pver normal. Death. Birth and Marriage | Notices:' 4/- (any size). - Contract Business Advertise I merits: Special cheap rates on application. f | LYNDHURST SHIRE U CHRONICLE i.f/ ? ? ? | i' Wednesday, June 21, 1944.

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

IN MEMORIAM LAMONT. — In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear fa ther, Ian Huntley, who passed away June 22, 1943, aged 40 years and 10 months. We watched our darling one, Through anxious night and day, And only turned our eyes from v him To look to Heaven and pray. Deal gently with our darling Was oft our pleading cry. Oh, trust Me with your precious one, Soft came the Lord's reply. — Sadly missed by his loving wife. Lizzie; daughter, Lonie, and sons, Robert and Keith, IN MEMORIAM | LAMONT. — In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law and uncle, Ian Huntley Lamont, who passed away June 22nd, 1943. 'Always Remembered.' — Inserted by Hilda, Fred and niece, Tlielma Wood.

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

AUSSIE Pictures LYNDHURST SATURDAY, JUNE 24. THE SURPRISE PICTURE OF THE YEAR — In which ALAN LADD made fame overnight ... j 'THIS GUN FOR HIRE' (It's not a war pScture). And: GENE. AUTRY in is best Picture: 'RIDE, TENDERFOOT, RIDE' Also: A Popeye, Olive Oyle and Water Don't Mix. Coming: 'MY PAVORITE BLONDE' starring Bob Hope. CARCOAR BRIDGE TO I BE REPAIRED I The matter of improving the footbridge at Carcoar was dis- cussed at Thursday's Lyndhurst Shire Council meeting. Cr. Rowlands, - in introducing the subject, said the footbridge, was used quite a lot by resident^. It would not need much expense to place it in reasonable condition. Cr. Burns supported the proposal, and it was left .in the Engineer's hands for attention.

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

AYNEY TOWN TALK , i officer Norman Vidler has -ending' a few days' leave at ; .. with his father, Mr. S. E. : 'and brother, Joff. Norm, has , ' turned from the Middle East , p/- ll Jackson, of Lyndhurst .' j, Pi- metrical staff, returned on J ^'rn .?- from his holiday vacation in ? : .? :i*;y football team journeyed . .'-p-.i-isre on Sunday to play a com fixture. They were unable . . a full, combination, but after bp game, suffered defeat by [ vv points to nil. i.ae Hardie, of Vidlers' store, j, off work for the past week J. . from ear trouble. ;r - Stan Mallick ieturned on ' afternoon from Sydney 1 inhere he has been on a business trip. Mrs. J. Masters, of Water Street, vent 10 Orange on Saturday to .spend j sliort holiday wifli her son, Mr. rdwin Masters. Mrs. Alf. Bevear has been spend ncr a few days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong, at Orange. Miss Nellie Kelly and Miss Phil. Lowe, of Brown's Creek, are at pre sent on holidays in the City, staying' nth Mr. qpd Mrs. Jim O...

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

AUCTION SALE AT CARCOAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 24th, 1944 COMMENCING AT 2 P.M. Having received instructions from the Executors of the late MRS. K: HAMIL TON, I will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above date, the whole of the belongings of the Estate, ihcluding the following: , Sideboard. Dining Table, Tablecloth, 6 Dining Chairs, 2 Cane -Chairs, Couche, Window Blinds and Curtains,' Pictures, Heating Stove. Lino,';/;Comef Sran^.'Mats. .\i'. -. BEDROOM.-2 Double Bedsteads and Wire Mattresses, 2 Kapok Mattressej, Bed ^ Linen and- Blankets, Wardrobe, Combination Chest, Chest Drawers,. -Wash- ' stand and Set, Cupboard, 2 Tin Trunks,- Window Blinds and Curtains, Lino. KITCHEN.^— T able and Tablecloth, Dresser, Cupboard, 5 Chairs, Kerosene Primus, all Cooking Utensils, Crockery and Cutlery, and a - whole host of articles too numerous to mention. EVERYTHING IS IN FIRST-CLASS ORDER AND FOR SALE DON T FORGET. Place, and date of Sale, at the residence, Naylor Street Car coar, commencing at 2 p.m., JU...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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"SAME QUAGMIRE AS LAST WINTER" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

'|AMB QUAGMIRE AS f LAST WINTER' \ i 'As Winter is fast approach^' f W, unless something is done soon Jit wiO be tlie same quagmire as 4tast Winter.' \tr. D. Ewin, Percy Street, Blayney, - stated that when he 'again remind ed'. councillors in a letter to last ' meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council I . mat no action bad followed his re / *or a- gravelled footpath in j fifcifit of his residence. 'Our need is urgent, and reason able, so once again I ask that this long neglected footpath be put in ol der without further delay,' Mr. Ewin concluded. The request was referred to the Engineer.

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Submarine Breaks Surface [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

\Submarine I Breaks Surface : § A doseup of a submarine as it | | surfaces. Some members of tbe j ' 'f crew have just come out on deck : § as tbe craft nears harbor. | rih JL

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WEDDING Radburn - Fitzsimmons [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

WEDDING Radburn - Fitzsimmons The wedding was celebrated in St. Paul's Church of England, Car- coar, on June 3, of Joseph, youngest, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fitzsimmons, of Farnham, and Ethel Pauline, third   daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. Radburn, of Carcoar. The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr. B. Barnes, and was dres- sed in yellow linen, relieved with white net and white accessories. The bridesmaid was Miss Marjorie Radburn, sister of the bride, who was dressed in green linen. Both bouquets were of gold chry- santhemums, marigolds and aspara gus fern.               Mr. K. Byrnes officiated as best man.   'O, Perfect Love' was played on the organ by Mrs. Hancock. A small reception was held in the   School of Arts, Carcoar. The happy couple intend making   their home at Farnham.

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OBITUARY MR. JAMES SLAVIN [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

OBITUARY MR. JAMES SLAVIN The death occurred at his parents residence, Marrickville Road, Dul- wich Hill, on Saturday morning, of   Mr. James Patrick Slavin, aged 36,   a member of the N.S.W. railways staff, and well-known in several west- ern towns. Deceased was born at Perthville, and for many years was a resident   of Blayney. Until recently he was   officer-in-charge at Gresham railway station. He had been ailing for some considerable time.   In addition to his father and   mother, deceased is survived by five   sisters and two brothers.  

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CORONER'S INQUIRY INTO MANDURAMA DROWNING FATALITY Verdict of Accidental Death [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

CORONER'S INQUIRY INTO MANDURAMA DROWNING FATALITY Verdict of Accidental Death An inquiiy into the death, on June 7, of John Thomas Wells, 18-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wells of Mandu- rama, was held by Mr. T. A. Black, Blayney Coroner, on June 12. Evidence was given by Constable Treloar, Mrs. Wells (the child's     mother), R. B. Ferris and W. J. D. Smith. It was shown that the baby had wandered away from home, and a search by Mrs. Wells failed to lo- cate her. The body was found by   Mr. Smith floating under the water in Mandurama Creek, about 130 yards away. All efforts at resuscitation failed.   The Coroner returned a verdict of   accidental drowning in Mandurama   Creek, by falling therein, on the   afternoon of June 7th.  

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Big Crowd Fi[?] Programme Sunday Night's [?] Concert [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Big Crowd : Finl Programme I Sunday Night\ (V w Concert Ai P.' Perhaps rhe beam-.^-. night and the long, Blayney Convene Schoo! ir responsible for tb: iocc;.: . , ar the commu^i'v toil .-: day night, bat ? iicLh.-, cr the musif was the ,v;; room was filled weil bevor.. ? pacity. k . — ? appeared to be sung with gi-;. siasm than at previous concer'. . L^Bl- We are very proud of our so ... , feel confident that Blayney c.m ' than equal to any country towr, ? ta'e,nt „ ^Bvl: Joan Ryan gave us I II pn,. You,' the fineness of Joan's voio: i\ pressive of an excellent training. Eunice Ryan, on whom uv [ introduce new numbers, showed us l^Hnd to sing 'Silver Wings In The MoHas light;' and Eunice can certainly .sl^L us how. The Miskells. to show liov. .. crs;^Hjs they really are, put over a tongue 'Bobbed or Shingled.' These J really good. Lois Brabham was in her us.iul form; her numbers were appreci;i:ed.S^B ' we want to hear more of them. Betty 'Bamgarten sang 'Whv You Fall in Love With Me...

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Scene From An Italian Town [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Scene From An Italian Town Italian civilians have given Allied troops a rousing welcome. With the troops come food supplies for the Italians' scanty store. — U.S. Office of War Information Picture.

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Trappers Get Big Money From Rabbi[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Trappers Get Big Money I From Rabbim Rabbit trappers in many couH try centres are making money, states an exchange. S Some trappers have been avcraM £30 a week, and parties of trapM are reported to have collected ues for over £100 from a week's The attractive prices offeinijB skins have caused farmers, tradp™ of all tvnes. schoolchildren Gome women to try trapping. -? Rabbits are said to be as num* as last season, and the quality ? the skins is probably even better* The trapping season is in full Many of those engaged on traM are doing it in their spare time.jB ally at weekends. They are iflj® sometimes £7 from two days' Rabbiters set their traps at and early afterhoon. At sun* they inspect them and remove* bits caught. They mike a secoi* spection at 10 o'clock at night. ? Dealers' aay they are hai^l greater quantities of skins tha* year. When the.seaspn comes « end in 'sprihg, the . r&bbit pest have decreased -considerably^ I believe. Hj

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One For Dad. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

One For Dad. 'My father and I know everything iu the world,' said a smalli boy to his companion. 'A*1 right,' said the latter. 'Where s Asia?' It was a stiff question, but the little fellow answered coolly: 'That's one of the questions my fafher knows.'

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DONATIONS TO HAND: WHITNEY B.H. CENTRE AT MANDURAMA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

DONATIONS TO HAND : WHITNEY B.H. CENTRE AT MANDURAMA Acknowledgment is made of the following donations to hand for the erection of a Baby Health Centre and Rest Room at Mandurama to j commemorate the memory of the late Mr. I. Whitney: Mrs. J.. Ashton, £10: Mr. J. Ander son, 5/: Mr. H. Buckley, £1/1/: Mr. H. E. Bourke. 10/6; Mr. S. G. Bell, £1/1/: Mr. W. Barnes. 10/6: Mr. S. Batly, £1/1/: Mr. R. H. Baker £1/1/: Mrs. M. Beer, £2/2/: Mrs. Cardon, £1; Mr. J. Coy, 10/: Dr. Cass, £3/3/: Mr. A. I. Cobb, £1/1/: The Misses Cobb. £3/3/; Mr. F. G. Cobb, 1 0/ ; Mrs. F.. D. Cobb, £10: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dunhill, £5; Dunhill and Co., £2; Mr. G. Ewens, 10/: Mr. R. Fuller. £1/1/; Mr. R. Ferris, £1/1/: Mr. R. J. Fagan, £10: Mr. R. E. Fuller, £2/2/; E. and R. Green, £5; Mr. J. Healey, £3/3/; Mr. R. Hardman, £5; Mr. St. Claire Johnson, £1/1/: Mr. D. Knight. £1/1/; Mr. A. M. Lynch. 10/; Mr. A. Molloy. £2/2/; Mr. K.J.. £1/1/; Mr. McLeod, £5/5/; Rev. McDonald. £1; Constable McGovern, 5/; Mrs. O. Halloran...

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The Storekeeper's Chance [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

The Storekeeper's Chance A dairy expert from the Depart ment of Agriculture once went to a district in N.S.W. (so the story goes) to lecture on 'Profitable and Un profitable Breeds of Dairy Cattle.' There was a good attendance o dairy farmers in tne local snire nan. Having first dealt with the profit able breeds, the lecturer proceeded: 'I now come lo the cows that don't pay.' At this juncture, the local store keeper, to whom much money was owed a vose from the back of the hall and said in a loud voice: 'That's right, Mr- Lecturer, rub it in! The bally hall's full of 'em!' Pandemonium!

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[?]HOULD IT BE MADE COMPULSORY? [?]theria Immunisation Of Children Under 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

IIOIJLD IT BE MADE I COMPULSORY ? ' Iiphtheria Immunisation Of Children Under 15. Ilespuo the lives it has saved, there stilll some people opposed to nunisation of children against htheria. A news paragraph from eden should help to convince them. Iovernment there has decided fter several fatal cases of the I !. all children under 15 are to cinated against diphtheria, e compulsion of any kind is ma to democratic people, it is hat similar measures were d in Australia. Many parents to have their children im sd merely out of ignorance or thy to anything modern, but it they, but the youngsters who

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