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Blayney Would Be Focal Point: Centralised School System Free Bus Service [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Blayney Would Be Focal Point: Centralised School System Free Bus Service The idea that small schools should be closed and that education, both primary and secondary, should be centred on larger schools is gain ing ground. #, The practicability of sma'il schools around Blayney bcins closed and the children transported by a bus to the Blayney School has been actively discus sed on a number of occasions, and there is reason to believe that it may be brought about within the measurable fu ture. - ® In thai event, the Blayney School would certainly be raised to the status of an Intermediate High School (at which children could be taken ''to -irhe Leaving standard). It would mean more staff at Blayney. also a more diversified _ syllabus. CARCOAR SERVICE. Whether the present Carcoar Mandnrama-Lyndhurst bus service (now subsidised) would continue to run to Cowra or be switched to Blayney would have to be decided. Many parents would 'like to sec it di verted to Blayney, thus saving a good de...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRILLIANT SUCCESS: MANDURAMA RED CROSS BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

BRILLIANT SUCCESS : MANDURAMA RED CROSS r BALL I Despite the fact that it had been anranged in less than a week, the Red Cross ball, held at Mandurama, on June 23, was a most outstanding success from every angle. The President, Mrs. R. J. Fagan, was at the head of affairs, and her ability for organising and attending to every detail is well-known. She was assisted by Miss Mary Slieahan, who arranged with Cowra military camp for the music and the attendance of 35 personnel. In ad. dition, a large crowd was present, and everything went with a 'swing.' Every member of the orchestra, under the baton of W./O. Walton, is an artist of outstanding abity, some of whom, in civil life, are profes isional musicians. They were: Pianist Cpl. Jones; saxophonists, Ptes. Ander son, Joe Campari, Joe Doyle; trom bone, Pte. Vines; 1st trumpeter Pte. Brettnell; 2nd trumpeter, Pte Mc Dowell; drummer, Pte. Stien. A Sydney visitor, who frequents some - of Australia's leading dance hall, declared that he ha...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fooling The People [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

? ? ? Fooling The People i I sometimes think that tlie ? crime which should rank next J to treason in a democracy is i that of adroitly and deliberately ? trying to fool the people.— ? Gov. Albert C. Ritchie. Mary- ' land, U.S.A. J ? in Minim inn in mill 11111111111 iiii in mil'

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BIRTHDAY PARTY AT LYNDHURST Miss S. Winterbottom Honored [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

BIRTHDAY PARTY AT LYNDHURST Miss S. Winterbottom Honored On Thursday last, a birthday party was tendered Miss S. Win. terbottom at her home 'The Cedars,' Lyndhurst, on the occa sion of her 76th birthday. The birthday cake was made by Mrs. Ballantyne (sister) and several relatives and friends were present. Afternoon tea was served and the 'grand old lady' was the recipi ent of many gifts. An enjoyable afternoon was spent by all.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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ADEQUATE SUPPLY COOMBING DAM CAPACITY County Councillors Satisfied [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

ADEQUATE |J SUPPLY :Jj C00MB1NG DAM - lii CAPACITY . M County Councillors Satisfied | j The (capacity of the Cof-*-.bin£ Creek watershed to serve fw Centi-al .Tablelands water Kciifi.s. j was mentioned at la$t' mw.{! £ ' ] of tie ' Comity Council. I * -- ? i Cr. McOarron (Boree £? -:.e) c \ attention to the pessimis ' some of the Canowindra lay-men as - to its capacity. He said he thought ; he had been able to convince most *j that they were mistaken. One man .had made the ridiculous statement that a dry year would mean that there would be a failure of the sup- . ply. He had replied that he was content to accept the opinion of . S experts. J| In reply to this, Cr. W. Burns f (Lyndhurst Shire) said that the ba sis on which the estimates for the supply were made was a rainfall of 1443 points, while the area actually had an average rainfall of 30 in- ; ches. INCLUDE FORBES. Mr. J. P. Breen, M.H.R., is to be contacted with the view of discov ering what measure of success he jj had attai...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEEDS OF WAR FIRST RESTRICTED TRAIN SERVICE Mr. Hartigan's Statement [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

s VMDS OF | A AR FIRST | I (RESTRICTED train SERVICE Mr. Hartigan's Statement ! ? - I It should be unnecessary to I stress the fact that the enormous j transport demands in connection with the defence of the country had to be met. in full and before | all others. j In a. statement to the 'Chronicle' I is week, Mr. T. J. Hartigan, Com- j ssioner for Railways, made this int in reply to criticism of re tted train services. Having fulfilled that obligation, Hartigan continued, it remained ? tlie Railway Administration to nsider how best it could meet the oblem of carrying passengers, jrchandise, livestock and stores and pplies required in the operation of e Railways, without causing undue rdship or loss to any group or ice. Mr. Hartigan said that all Press ferences to the restricted service, iluding reports of debates and reso ;ions by local Councils anu other dies, letters from correspondents, (j editorial reviews were brought liic? n^j^enno 1 ansl »r» vi/Jiv the extent to which Railwa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

W~ (THERE TO BUY THE ? 'CHRONICLE' , CHRONICLE' is cn sale at the ? . :;ir Newsagents: ? \iRS. HEALY, Blayney. ? w. CLARK. Carcoai. I J. LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. I MRS. ROSSER, Blayney. I j C. AMOS, Millthorpe. I I C. H. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. | I ». jAf ft DEVENISH, Neville. I ' H. HILL, Woodstock. I y P. COLLINS, Newbridge. |K V PLACE YOUR ORDER, as I .. -= i nr restrictions necessitate a ? r LIMIT ON THE NUMBER . XTRAS PRINTED. T. G. STAMMERS ^ auctioneer STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAR Sales conducted In Any Part of tht District Agent For: — ' i\ Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. ji. Insurance Company I DOMO SEPARATORS i

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500 RABBITS IN AN HOUR! INSPECTOR'S METHODICAL COUNT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

500 RABBITS IN AN HOUR!! i INSPECTOR'S METHODICAL COUNT At Blayney Police Court, on Wednesday, before Mr. W. S. Brorahead, P.M., Carcoar P.P. Board proceeded against Stanley MjcKenzie, Flyer's Creek, for failing to suppress rabbits. Mr. B. R. Riordan, of Blayney, ap peared on behalf of the Board, and defendant was represented by Mr. I W. R L'Estrange, also of Blayney. The latter pleaded guilty on be half of McKenzie. Reading from Inspector F. E. Tre. vitt's report, Mr. Riordan stated: On the 30th December, 1943, .the inspector, on visiting defendant's property at Flyer's Creek, counted 500 rabbits in an hour; defendant admitted at that s.tasre that nothing had been done to compat the pest, tout intimated that when the grass got down he would poison them. Continuing, Mr. Riordan said tae inspector had called again on Febru ary 11. 1944, and counted 366 rab bits in an hour. He questioned de fendant's son, who stated that he and his brother had been poisoning and trapping. A final insp...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Attack In Pacific [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Attack In Pacific Smoke pours from a fuel dump on a Pacific Island about to be invaded by American forces.

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CARCOAR SHOW FIXED FOR OCTOBER 11th REPRESENTATIVE MEETING HELD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

CARCOAR SHOW FIXED FOR OCTOBER 11th REPRESENTATIVE MEETING- HELD A representative meeting of Carcoar town and district resi dents decided on Saturday last to (conduct tlie Carcoar Show on October 11th this year Mr T G. Stammers occupied the chair; and in pointing out the pros pects of a successful Show this year, said that the Carcoar Show had not taken place during the pre. vious two years. However, the outlook was mue^ brighter than it had been. He asked for views on the matter fiom those present. .„ Following a short discussion it was unanimously agreed that the Show be held, profits going to the Patriotic Fund. [APPOINTMENT OF SECRETARY. | The appointment of a secretary | presented the meeting with consid erable difficulty in that no nomina tions were forthcoming. Mr, Jack Ellery, a consistent supporter of previous shows, saved the situation in offering liis services, which were unanimously accepted with thanks by the meeting. The next meeting of tlie commit tee will be held on ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Further Handling Eliminated [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Further Handling Eliminated 'Mummy,' came the voice of the small daughter of the house. -«v ' ' ,dear?' answered her mother . „ taiow that vase you said had. from generation to . generation?' - 'Yea?' ttis generation has dropped t

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Digging Potatoes February Plantings Ready About June [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Digging Potatoes February Plantings Ready : ' About June Potatoes planted in February . will be ready to dig about June. Prior to storing, tubers from crops infected with late blight should be washed to remove all traces of soil, care being taken to avoid breaking the skin, advises a departmental bul letin on home vegetable growing. Any diseased tubers should be dis carded or used at once. Wasted, un infected tubers should be dried as quickly as possible and have the skins hardened by exposure to the sun. Twenty to thirty minutes is gene rally sufficient, care being taken to see that the tubers are not exposed longer than is necessarv. for drving 'or sunburn may result. Clean tubers 1 from disease-free crops need not be washed, though it is desirable to harden the skins by exposure to sun light. Tubers should be stored away from light in well-ventilated shallow boxes in a cool shed or store room. Inspec tion at regular intervals well enable the detection of any rotting before severe...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. K. GONINAN Happy Function At Shaw [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. K. G-ONINAN Happy Function At Shaw I The farewell party to Mr. and Mrs. Ken Goninan, at Shaw on Friday night last, proved a most enjoyable evening. Mr. Goninan will take up duties at Bournewood School in the near future. Following a friendly game of eu chre, Mr. G. Molloy, Sarilla Park, presented the guests of tlie evening with a wallet of notes, wishing thenr all the best in their new home. Other speakers were Messrs. . Long, Brill, Devenish, Lobley an- j Mrs. C. Walton. Little Dorothy Wal- j ton presented Mrs. Goninan with a pretty po^jr. ) , Responding on behalf of himself \ and Mrs. Goninan, Mr. Goninan said ' he was sorry to leave, as lie had al ways ejpyed the company of the chil dren. He thought it would be diffi cult to find another school in which he could be so happy. I

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Thunderbolts In Pacific [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Thunderbolts In Pacific Thunderbolts have played an important part in driving back the 1 Japanese in tbe Southwest Pacific area. | — U.S. Officc of War Information Picmrt I

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Had Lost "Better Half"? [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Had Lost 'Better Half' ? ' A witness who had given evidence in such a way as satisfied everybody in court that he was committing perjury, being cautioned by the judge, said at last: 'My lord, you may believe me or not, but I have been wedded to truth from infancy.' 'Yes,' said Judge Maule, 'but tlie question is how long have you been a widower?'

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Threw In The Towel [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Threw In The Towel 'Judge,' cried the prisoner in the i dock, 'have I got to be tried by a I women jury/' 'Be quiet,' whispered his counsel. 'I won't be quiet, Judge, I can't even fool my own wife, let alone twelve strange women. I'm guilty.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AC[?] LIN. DEVENISH TRIBUTED AT NEVILLE FUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

AC1 LIN. DEVENISH TRIBUTED AT NEVILLE FUNCTION I ACl Linday Devenish was guest of toomor at a damce held ' in the Neville Hall on Saturday night last. On behalf of members of the Pa triotic Committee, Mr. R. Speers, President, presented Lindsay with a wallet of notes. In so doing, he enu iiieraxea nis many nne qualities. 'Fbr He's A jolly Good Fellow' was sung1 with great enthusiasm. Lindsay ably responded, thanking the Patriotic Fund and C.W.A. for tlie many good things they had sent him. PERSONAL ITEM. Staying with her brother, Mr. D. neyburt' is Mrs- Fitzpatrick, of Syd

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Gallymont Personal Pars [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 July 1944

Gallynnont Personal Pars ! Pte. N. Moss ,of the CMVS, spent portion of recent leave with liis fa. ther, Mr. J. Moss. On his return to Sydney, Nelson was accompanied by his sister, Jean, who intends to seek employment in the City. Mrs. H. Piatt, wlio has been in in different health of late, has found it necessary to attend at Orange Base Hospital for treatment. Mrs. J. Healy lias also been oblig ed to seek medical advice owing to the recurrence of an old complaint. The effects of war injuries have compelled Mr. F. Bright to take things easy for a time, but we trust he will soon be about again. Former residents of Gallymont district, Mr. and Mrs. Lin Smith and family, of Broula, paid a visit to the locality during tlie past week. Mr. W. Fuller, who recently un derwent an appendix operation at Carcoar, has returned home.

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

ptpylKnSiNa bates I II Small, run-on Cash Advertise . wn«n»a (without display lines): - 12 words, 2/ (minimum charge); ?* 13 to 18 words, 2/6; 19 to 24 words, 3/; 26 to 30 words. 3/6; SI to 36 words, 4/. If booked, oa .^,o in pach case. Ejfc Larger casual advertisements W-- (with display lines) : 4/ per inch. ;S':' jn Memoriam Notices: 4/ k V without verse (minimum charge) ;i\ With verse, 4/, plus 6d. per line ii-' of verse. ' ? Return Thanks Notices (of normal size): 4/. Proportionate | increase in charge for space over normal. ?I Death, Birth and Marriage T Notices:' 4/- (any size). ? Contract Business Advertise ! ments: Special cheap rates on || j application.

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

| Cook Bros Bp) , ' ? b ? ?ri.v.- ANNOUNCE that they have been ap Bf ; P°^Jed^ by the Agricultural - Depart- : AGENTS 3N THE ^^^j^RCOAR ? ' DISTRICT jp6^ of all Vegetables KjH^P under contract with UBLdj^^^ommonwealth Govern* Agents for recelval of ' Potatoes under the ^^HHHnMBtcnitract scheme.

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