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Food For Thought [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Food For Thought. 'I hate time: it precipates me to wards work and death.' * * * 'If only we could do the same^ to those who swing our songs' » * * ?? ?* ? ? ? i* ? ? 41* a TjV %% « f Vi o iui uxc j? in**** ? 'Punter Wins £20,000.' — Instead of the marines, tell it to the tax gather ers. 'Mark Hettinger likes only un usual endings in his short stories.' — Twist in the tale. The robot planes should make good Nazis — they do as they are directed. * * I wish Adam had died with all his ribs in his body. — Boucicalt. * * * Many of the speakers who address us on the radio should be taken off the ether and put under it — Anon,

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Sales Tax Concession On Ammunition "Can't Be Granted," Says Mr. Chifley [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

No Sales Tax Concession On Ammunition ' Can't Be Granted,' Says Mr. Chifley Lyndhurst Shire Council ' has not been successful in its repre. sentations to have a sales-tax concession granted in regard to ammunition purchased by farmers. The Federal Treasurer (Mr. Chif- 1 ieyj wrote aavising lost meeting that he had obtained a report from the Commissioner of Taxation in con nection with the matter, and he had foun^ that there was no provision in the law under which the Council's re quest could be granted. Parliament had decided that guns, rifles and am munition should be subject to sales tax, and only Parliament could alter tl'.&t. Since the outbreak of war, it had been necessary not merely to discon tinue the extension of concessions, but actually to withdraw a number of exemptions and to increase the rates of tax, Mr. Chifley said. Some of the requests for exemption had considerable merit but could not be grant ed. While he sympathised with '.he Council's request for, a redu...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPPORT FOR VICTORY GIRL CONTEST: MEETING AT TRUNKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

SUPPORT FOR VICTORY MEETING AT TRUNKEY T runkiy patriotic Fund at its Contert, bring conducted by the Australian Comforts Fond. Arrangements were also made to fina lise: presentations; to local service men and

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Lyndhurst Personals Mr. and Mrs. O. Tate returned home j on Sunday last after an enjoyable holi- ' day spent at Cronulla. * After spending several wce'ks in Syd ney, visitin'g her father, Mrs. PPriest and Mervyn have returned to Lyndhurst. Mrs. J. oeil received an urgent can to Sydney on Tuesday last owing to the serious illness of het brother-in-law, Mr. Brown. W. /Officer Don Howard and Mrs. Howard left for Sydney on Monday night last, where W.O. Howard will rejoin htS unit after extended leave spent at Lynd hurst. We are pleased to see l$iiss Meg Boys about again after her rather severe at tack of influenza^ which forced her to spend several days in bed.

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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

IlAYNEY town talk || - Geo. Malouf, of Coo !M: ..'.n spending a fortnight's p.* v .:cy r as the guests of J'5'; ,ind daughter, Mr. and L-i' /. - of Ogilvic Street, f tlicir home, i ? V « * r;;.-'. ;) b.icn. who has been ' .. ? ;i his leave with his I . . . J Mrs. Jack O'Brien, of ! ' has been on the sick list days, having contracted ? i iowever, he is now con i ? ? ^ -.c -i and has been abou' . .. i'i n iiiik iou.s old friends. C. -«n o! Mr. and \lrs. ... r-.^ently underwent an oper The Poplars ' Private Hosp' lias now been discharged front u.vi'Uition. and is convalescing in Lloyd is expected home at vn, . within a few days. \[, Cyril Thompson, of Adelaide Kt sustained nasty injuries to his ,i hand on Sunday morning last, lilst engaged starting a motor truck, engine back-fired, and the flying j!,- struck him a severe blow. * * * ,/Cpl. R- R- Hartigan, son of Mr. Mrs. G. Hartigan, of Blayney, who Ivc'n in a military hospital up h lor some time, suffering from ma i. is stifi a patien...

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Trunkey [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Trunkey Par® Corporal Ethel Laing. of the WAAH is spending leave with her father. H C. Laing, at Trunkey. H ? Mrs. lierb. Thompson and her dH ghter, Mrs. A. McLean, arc at prcsH in Svdnev.. where Mrs Mel ran is H ceiving mtdical treatmen;. -I H 1/C. Constable Gould is relieving H Rockley, pending the arrival of a H officer there. H

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

- — — ? ? ? w ? JUJANDURAMA-CARCOAR C.W.A. Street Fair AT MANDURAMA Saturday, August 19 (REFERENDUM DAY) Afternoon Tea : Poultry Tea : Stalls Chocolate Wheel. In aid of the I. Whitney Memorial I Baby Health Centre and Rest Room. j MRS. ALEX. ROWLANDS, Hon. Sec. AH. Collins LICENSED STOCK AND STATION AGENT. Agency for Unit nsuraiw* O. PHONE: NEVILLE * Cook Bros BLAYNEY ANNOUNCE that they have been ap pointed by the Agricultural Depart ment as SOLE AGENTS JN THE: CARCOAR DISTRICT j the Commonwealth Govern* menL Also ' Sole Affents for receival of locally grown Potatoes under the Government contract scheme. I * FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIED ON APPLICATION. £50 REWARD mHE ab6ve reward will belaid for. Information leading 'to th£ .convic tion of any person or pertfams' dama ging wire netting fenciiig,' interfer ing with flood or netting, gates . ^or cutting or removing, utfra any of the fence's on «SOT$J|| i R.v J,FAfcAN,v, 'Sunnv Ridga.V ' ^MaSaurama. msM: ^?ii' I i ? - ? y Squish the ' 'If...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

I Fordson Tractors -inn I 1 fl A LIMITED SUPPLY OF NEW ENGLISH =| FORDSONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE k I FOR AGRICULTURAL WORK. ? Prices and Full Particulars from: y 1 R. MUIR & SONS I Ford Dealers ** Blayney I ' PHONE 25 1 THE °f FARMERS & GRAZIERS J CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY CO., LTD. Head Office : Sydney. 'jfl. Branches. London, Goulburn, Albury. Wagga Wagga. Orange, Temora, ?Wl1- '' Dubbo, Cowra, Tamworth, Tenterfield. I 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. iS G.' WOOL REBATE OF 40 PER CENT. nW AND LOANS AT THE LOWEST RATE OF INTEREST ARE OF GREAT ASSISTANCE. 'I CONSIGN: WOOL, STOCK, RABBITSKINS, ETC. TO THE H iGR^VT , COUNTRY ORGANISATION : 1*

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Would Like To Meet Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

Would Like To Meet Him. Mark Twain, in one of his books, ( wrote: '1 should like to meet the devil, j A person who has for untold centuries maintained his imposing position as spiri- | tual head of four-fifths of the human race j and the political head of the whole of it ! must be granted the possession of exccu- j live abilities of rhe highest order.' !

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

AUCTION SALE f AT MANDURAMA, SATURDAY, JULY 1st, 1944 COMMENCING AT 2 P.M. Having received instructions from J. HARGANS, ESQ..' 'Who is Jiving the district, I will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above date, the WHULfc OF HIS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CUTLERY. CROCKERY. COOKING UTENSILS, BED and TABLE LINEN, TOOLS and a QUANTITY OF. BUILDING MATERIAL, »c. Particulars of some of the items for sale are: ? |i DINING ROOM. — Dining Table and Chairs, Lounge Choirs, Settee, Side board, ;£ ChefFoiv;er, Small Tables, Sewing Machine, Phonograph, Kerosene Lamps, |i Clock, Ornaments and Pictures, Table Linen, etc. §| BEDROOMS. — Double Bedstead and Mattress, Feather Mattress and Pillows, Bed h Linen, Dressing Table, Wardrobe, Corner Wardrobe, Washstands, CotnbixW-' jg tion Chests, Cane Chairs, Armchairs, etc. «| KITCHEN. — Table, Marble-Top Table, Dresser, Set Shelves, Cupboard, Stove. §£ Cool Safe, Small Tables, and all necessary Cooking Utensils, Crockery and- If Cutlery too numerous to mention. S...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OVER 200 AT GOLDEN WEDDING: HAPPY EVENT AT LYNDHURST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944

OVER 200 AT GOLDEN WEDDING : HAPPY   EVENT AT LYNDHURST   — — —   The celebration of the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. David Hines, the esteemed old Lyndhurst residents, took place in the Memo- rial Hall, Lyndhurst, on the 20th instant. Over 200 relatives and friends were in attendance at the function.   In Friday's issue of the 'West Mac- quarie,' a detailed report of the event will be given.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOSPITAL ELECTIONS IN AUGUST NEXT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

HOSPITAL ELECTIONS IN AUGUST NEXT Members of the Hospital Benefit Association (H.B.A.) are reminded of the triennial election of directors that will take place in August next. Persons entitled to vote for direc tors are those who have made a con tribution to the funds of not less than 10/-, and members of the H.B.A. who have paid at least 10/-, during the ptsnou JUly i, to June 30, 1944. Ordinary subscribers are already enrolled, on payment of 10/- or more, ' but H.B.A. members must apply for enrolment and produce the H.B.A. Membership Book as proof of their being financial. Applications torms may be had on application to hospital secre taries. Such applications, accom panied . by Membership Books, must: be returned to the Hospital Secretary not later than 6 pjn. on Friday, June 30. the time and date of he closing of the roll of subscribers.

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C.P. ACTIVE AT ORANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

C.P. ACTIVE AT ORANGE The Country Party in the Orange Electorate has been spurred on by the support secur ed at the last State Elections. The majority gained by the La bor candidate at the previous con test was reduced by about 900 votes. -Mr. fercy A. Saunders, an expert organiser, has taken up duty at Or ange, and he is to thoroughly organ, ise both, the Federal and State elec torates in tlie electorate.

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Carcoar Engagement [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Carcoar Engagement! The engagement is announced offl A.I.F. Sister Joan Wilton. A. A N $ ? eldest daughter of Mrs. O. W Wesl ton, of Strathfield, to Donald Edl ward, ex-A.I.F. (returned), only So;« of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Walton, ofl Carcoar ' ?

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Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Lyndhurst 1 Personals I Mrs. F. Neil is tlie latest to fa,JI victim to the 'flu, and has bec lB confined to her home for several I days. ^ aiB Cpl. Stan Dwyer, AAMC, spent I leave at Lyndhurst last week-end ? Stan expects a move in the near fu B ture. ? Also home for the week-end was Miss Trixie Davies, of Orange, els i] e guest of her mother. * * S{5 Miss Zelma Bamgarten, of Blav ney, was a visitor to Lyndhurst at the week-end to visit her friend Miss K. Townsend.

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No Decision Yet On Daylight Saving [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

No Decision Yet On Daylight Saving It is understood that no decision has yet been made concerning day' light saving during the comine summer months. ^ Before any move is made. it likely tbe State Governments win be asked to give their views.

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He Took A Chance! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

He Took A Chance ! very elderly woman got into a tram car and saw an oldish man op posite whom she recognised. .. She leaned over and said: 'I sup pose you don't remember m'e?' He was deaf. 'Beg your pardon?' he said. 'You don't remember me, she re peated, somewhat louder. Then she added: 'I used to nurse you when you were a baby — many's the spank ing I've given you!' 'Eh?' he said, putting his ear nearer. 'Many's the spanking I've given you!' He; couldn't hear her, but he took a chance. 'You wouldn't know, the old place now,' he said. I

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"NEW DICTATORS" ON SCENE Caustic Comment By Lithgow Alderman [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

'NEW DICTATORS' ON SCENE Caustic Comment By iithgow Alderman 'ANE would think we should dis pense with our gas manager and appoint some of these people in his place. There are certainly some brand new Dictators on the §cene.' sarcastically declared. Aid'. A. S. Luc hetti at Lithgow Council meeting, re lermig 10 uie Jjiqma v uei y^AjiiLiuj Board. He was commenting on ad vice received from the Board that, in order to allow motor vehicles a grea ter supply of gas, thereby reducing the consumption of petrol, ' Council should discontinue its present ar rangements for the resetting of gas retorts.

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STILL AS POPULAR AS EVER SUNDAY NIGHT'S COMMUNITY CONCERT AT BLAYNEY CONVENT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

STILL AS POPULAR AS | EVER SUNDAY NIGHT'S I COMMUNITY CONCERT! AT BLAYNEY CONVENT! (Contributed). I It is a pleasing sight on Sun day evening to see about 100 young people congregated for one purpose— to sing! With newspapers crammed with reports of a threatened juvenile crane wave, surely an examti' is being set by the organisers of thest concerts bv arrautrine a i meeting place for the youth of Blay ney. The very 'latest hits are sung in com j munity almost as soon as they conic ot the music press, but the good, old nuir-- bers are also very popular. As usual a brand new number w.« introduced by Eunice Ryan, 'Red Cm/ Nurse.' The cxccllent manner in wb'ti Eunice puts over her numbers makes :i so much easier for the audience to sing The voiccs of the Miskell Sisters bl^'ic cd nicely as they sang 'Song of the h lands,' while Pat surprised cveryon- with a beautifully sung solo. Lois Brabham is improving w'1' every performance. Her number, 'Wha More Can I Say?' was outstanding. 'The An...

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Government "Charity": Member For Young Critical [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Government 'Charity': Member For Young Critical Old-age and. invalid pensioners are entitled to some form of special assistance from the State Government^ usually in the way of the provision of specta cles, dentures, dotting and blan - Keu*, smteg we Member lor young, Mr. Fred. J. Cahill. However, I strongly object to the procedure adopted by toe Depart ment of Social Service when applica tion is made for blankets of getting a police report. As a result, the police have to in spect the homes and applicants, to gether with their goods and chattels. Mr. Oahill adds that he has pro-, tested to the Minister in charge ot. the Department, and also against the use of the title 'Charitable Relief' as used by the Department to cover these applications. In a letter to the hon. secretary of the Young branch of the Old Age and Invalid Pensioners' Association, Mr. T. McCormick (who raised the mat9 ter in the first place). Mr. Cahill stated that he had received a sym pathetic hearing from the Min...

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