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200 HARES GO DOWN IN MILLTHORPE DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

200 HARES GO DOwJ / IN MILLTHORPE DRIV J I The hare drive, organised bv I Mr. L. Marriott on Saturday w. ? resulted in about 200 hares i*/ 1 ing shot. 'I - Patriotic aaid Red Cross fUn(i I will share the proceeds. sl

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL FADE INTO OBLIVION: COUNTRY TOWNS AND VILLAGES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

I.I, FADE INTO (JBUVION : COUNTRY TOWNS AND VILLAGES TnJess we get practical as hNtanee in these matters, coun ; ry towns and villages will fade into oblivion.' That was the comment of Presi ??tr: t Innes at last meeting of Lynd. n.-ft Shire Council when correspon dence dealing- with post-war electri i a! development was read. ; Mr. J. E. Chifley, Federal I Treasurer, does not see eye to eye ? Bauiurst city uouncn ana Juynd. ?urs; Shire Council in certain aspects :: the financing of this development. . The proposal put to Mr. Chifley j .vm* that moneys made available to ) (KK! government bodies for such de .?(i.'pmental work should be interest ?rff. : Mr. Chifley replied to both Conn- : stating: j The Council's suggestion in effee; ; =. uld mean that the Commonwealth I -vernment should meet the full cost I : any interest which may become r.-vable in respect of electricity de ?? 'opment works. 'IMPRACTICABLE' 'It will be realised that any such :roposal would need to apply to many' it...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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RABBIT POSITION SHOWS IMPROVEMENT Inspector's Report To Carcoar P.P. Board [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

RABBIT POSITION | SHOWS IMPROVEMENT | I Inspector's Report To i Carcoar P.P. Board The Rabbit Inspector (Mr. A. Cooley) gave a detailed report to last meeting of 'Carcoar P.P. Board on the rabbit position in the area. On the majority of holdings in spected during the month, satisfac tory work was being done. In cases where the pest was' bad, instructions had been given for more effective measures to be adopted. In commenting on the subject. In spector Cooley said that an im provement was noticeable generally in the area in comparison to previous visits. After several Directors had drawn the Inspector's attention to badly infested localities, the report was adopted.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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De Gaulle In America [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

De Gaulle In America Frcnch leader. General de Gaulic Centre') is shown here with two other Frenchmen. He is at present on a visit to the United Sta.tes.

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PAST YEAR REVIEWED LYNDHURST RED CROSS FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

PAST YEAR REVIEWED lyndhurst red cross FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING Lyndhurst branch of the Aus- G tralian Red Cross, held its fifth annual meeting in the Memorial Hall on July 8th. Mrs. Beer (President) occupied the chair, and in submitting her report, thanked 'ie honorary secretary, treasurer, auditor and all members for their assistance and co-operation during the preceding 12 months. Mrs. Beer also conveyed apprecia tion for donations received from the Lvndhurst Trottiner and Sporting As sociation, the children of Garland School, and individual residents. Funds were mainly raised as a re sult of street stalls, afternoon teas and dances. Sewing afternoons were held each , Tuesday, at which a large number of articles were made to be forwarded to Head Office. Continuing, the ^President stated | that books were badly needed, and gifts in this direction would be greatly appreciated. People having any books in good condition, of which they have no further use. could leave them with the Secret...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PASSENGERS' LUGGAGE "LIFTED" AT LITHGOW Extensive Sneak Thieving In Operation [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

PASSENGERS' LUGGAGE 'LIFTED' AT LITHGOW Extensive Sneak Thieving In Operation £jOME local sncak-thicf has adopted the methods of city 'sharps' — the theft of passengers' luggage while they are wailing at the railway station for trans port, states Lithgow 'Mercury.' Yes terday two passengers reported the theft of their luggage — a case and a kit bag — at the station. In addition to this the number of disappearances of 'ports', etc., dispatched as passenger's luggage is also on the increase, bui it is believed that this is the work of thieves at the city end of the 'line. One of the vic tims of yesterday's episode — a so'idier on j leave rrom INCW ^uine.i — si.ul-u ijl- iui his kitbag at the entrance to the Lithgow station while he walked out to see if there was a taxi available. When be re turned a few minutes later his bag, con taining clothing, etc., had gone. Not a very cordial Wflcome home for a soldier returning from New Guinea!

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESENTATIONS AT BLAYNEY BAND'S SOCIAL EVENING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

PRESENTATIONS AT BLAYNEY „„PVIHr BAND'S SOCIAL EVENING The committee of Blayney District Band organised a suc cessful social evening in me Memorial Hall on Friday. There was an attendance of about 80 people, and a happy and carnival time was spent by all. Primarily, the function had been promoted to entertain the Concert Party that staged' successful bene fits for,; Battel funds recently. ? In ' addition, presentations were 'made to Mr. Aub. Clark (manager of the Concert Party); H. Dibley (Bandmaster); C. Thompson. (Band Secretary) and Geo. Cartwright. A detailed report of the function will appear in Friday's issue of the 'West Macquarie.'

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ADVANCING RUSSIAN FORCES NEAR AUSTN. P.O.W. CAMPS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

' I ADVANCING RUSSIAN FORCES NEAR AUSTN. P.O.W. CAMPS ; ? ? AUSTRALIAN prisoners of war are reported to be at Stalag XXA (72) and Stalag 357 (199) near t T'vn on tne Vistula River in Po lauX and Stalagluft VI (116) near the border of Lithuania close to Meme) in East Prussia. Russian armies approaching this area are rin ? fVio VinnHftf nf only zu suica uuui mc East Prussia. So far as is known, no Australian prisoners of war are held in camps in occupied France, though there are numbers of colored African troops in what are known as the j Front Stalags, in France . These j Front Stalags are located close to the

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COLD AT NEVILLE: 20 BELOW FREEZING POINT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

COLD AT NEVILLE : 20 BELOW FREEZING POINT 'Is this a record?' asks our Neville correspondent in record ing that at 7.30 a.m. on Monday last, at that centre; the thermometer r^Jted just 12 degrees Fahr, which is exactly * 20 degrees below freezing pq&nt. Beyond agreeing fiiat it 'mosta b'n cold/' ? we don't know. Perhaps otjjier district resi dents cam enlighten us.

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Effective Organisation [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

Effective Organisation We hold that we must advance from the narrow idea of exclusive alliances and regional blocs, which in the end make for bigger and. better wars, to effective organ isation of wofld unity. — Chiang Kai

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

T. G. STAMMERS F AUCTIONEER $ STOCK AND STATION AGENT | CARCOAR S; t. i i Sales conducted In Any Part of the District Agent For: — ? Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. Insurance Compan- DOMO SEPARATORS ||

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

f WHERE to boy the ? 'CHRONICLE' ? -.-j CHRONICLE' is cn sale at the ? wing Newsagents: ? MRS. HEALY, Blayney. H w. CLARK. Carcoai. (2. J. LEABEATER, Lyndburst. H MRS. ROSSER, Blayney. ? AMOS/ Millthorpe. {. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. ? mA tr 8 DEVENISH, Neville, y. HILL, Woodstock. . v. P COLLINS, Newbridge. ? PLACE YOUR ORDER, as restrictions necessitate a ? i LIMIT ON THE NUMBER ? AS PRINTED.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

Cook Bros i ' BLAYNEY # t ; — ' , .1;; ANNOUNCE that they have beenji&v f pointed by the Agricultural Dep^jl^c1^:: ment as . ? SOLE AGENTS - JK , CARCOAR DISTRICT | for receival of all Vcgetablgt,', |§ j | grown under 1 1 the Commonweal^ ' |jj ment ' U ? Also Sole Agents , tor j locally grotim ' W='H. P

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

1 CAE! REED & SON (ia'te DAVE REED). -dertskers & Monumental Masons, ij '.cc.-.,^e Street, Blayney. J 'Phone 60. ? ??'?rals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. Representative: %, Ardwr Higgs ' CARCOAR 3. ?* STEWARD 1 above reward will be paid for tCSrmati°n kwHnp the convic g. ot any person or persons dama ing netting fencing, interfer cuttjnl flood or netting gates or of tv,5 ,or removing wire from any e fences' on 'SUNNY RIDGE.' H

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Why Those Officials [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

Why Thofie Officials ' In view the nature of the planning ^ be carried out by Regional/ committees, it is con essential that they should include technical men.' So slates the Premier (Mr. McKell) in a recent communica tion to the Member for Young (Mr. Fred J. Cahill). By technical men is meant. again in the words of Mr. Mc Kell, State Department officials, and others to advise on stock, mining, forestry, land settle ment. decentralisation and so on. While Regional Committees, if constituted on sound lines, can no doubt play an important part in post-war country develop ment, the necessity of the per manent appointment of this im posing array of officials to 4ach Committee remains shrouded ^in mystery. It would appear that a less costly method of securing their advice obtains in consultation if, and when, the need of their ser. vices arose. The thought exercising the minds of country dwellers is whether the Premier is afraid for they future of State Parlia ments . in simply granting ...

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CO-OPERATION OF P.P. BOARDS SOUGHT POST-WAR DEVELOPMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

CO-OPERATION OF P.P. BOARDS SOUGHT [ POST-WAR DEVELOPMENT IVlany proposals are 'in the air' for post war development, and PJP. Board are amongst those asked to assist in the work. At the July meeting of the Car coar Board, a communication was read from the Council of Advice on the subject. Directors were quite in accord to give all help possible, and are hope- | ful that the suggestions will eventu- j ally be carried out. The letter read as follows: - 'That comprehensive and co.ordi nated plans and estimates be pre pared by all Boards within the S\.ate for necessary improvements t^, stock routes and reserves, covering water conservation, rabbity /^and noxious weeds destuction, /lRnding routes, ad ditional and alteration to trucking routes, additipjfiai and alteration to trucking ya^ds and general improve ments q£' facilities for travelling stock,'' j Tfhat these plans and estimates pfit immediately submitted to the Government as an urgent national post-war work, and to be in readine...

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Lyndhurst Shire Shorts [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

Lyndhurst Shire Shorts Present at the July meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council on Tuesday last were: Crs. J. A. Innes (President). W. Burns. A. H. Denton. A. W. Rowlands, A. Amos, Langley Hill and J. M. Hood, Messrs. G. Callinan (Shire Clerk), C. S. Gerty (Shire Engi neer) and E. L. Johnston (Elec trical Engineer). GRAVEL HEAP A BOTHER. Mr. W. Leabeater, Limestone, Lynd hurst, reported that a heap of gravel hampered access to his gate, which was the only entrance to his prop erty. He related an experience which occurred when lie was carting a load of 25 fencing posts with tractor and lorry. Cr. Denton gave an outline of the area complained of, and said that its present condition presented a danger. The trouble had arisen owing to the Main Roads Board stacking screen, ings close to the gate. It was agreed to leave the matter in the hands of the Engineer for at tent ion. NO INTTBCTIO U S DISEASES The Acting Health Inspector (Mr. C. S. Gerty) reported that no case of infectious disease ...

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LETTERS CATCH UP WITH P.O.W. SENT TO GERMANY FROM ITALY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

LETTERS CATCH UP WITH P.O.W. SENT TO GERMANY FROM ITALY - i j 'T AM sure you will be interested j to know that r- 1 last, mail is fol- ) lowing prisoners of war transferred ' i from Italy to Gewnany,' the next of kin of an Australian' prisoner of war ^ has written to Red Cross Headquajt^K^ j ers. 'Yesterday I received two let- ^ ters dated April 14 and 30 from my' Jl son. In the April 30 letter, he said he had that day received 25 18 from home, three from Perth:' -2f., -. ?V i from Scotland, one from Austifili% House and one from New Swith f Wales. It was great news for ^ -i' son is working on a farm — hours.-.,, $ ' long, work tough but interesting. He said it was a welcome change to get 'ffljp , good solid puddings, after two and a half years of macaroni and more :j ; macaroni and water.'

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AID TO VEGETABLE GROWERS: EXTENSION OF TWELVE MONTHS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

AID TO VEGETABLE GROWERS : EXTENSION | OF TWELVE MONTHS i ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ........a ? The scheme inaugurated ':-y ; .s j Government, which had tx-'or :r. ' operation for the past two yoMtp, J the purpose of assisting vegetable. and potato growers in ne(e?»itou£ circumstances, had been (: ???-?d.vi ?./§ for a further period of 12 o: y -f and would be available to a : pr : \ '.*3 ' applicants through the Rural Ij tries Agency of the Rural ~E-r'- f; such expenses as seed. fe' . ' wages and other essential ments, said the Premier i ^ . McKell). i The plan, which was adc,;c^.| . . 1942, had already shown good suits and more than 200 pi' i) ; -.i [ had received the benefit of Jc .i; : added. This total did not inc'-ixi'- | vances made under the Drough* »'V. , i, lief Scheme to potato growt'- were in difficulties owing to -v ^h'. losses --.'i-fl As applications for assistance ' were; still 'being received, and aa-jt . j|a' v/as desirable that every enoourage ment should' be given, toi^...

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Both In The Same Boat [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 July 1944

? ? ? i Both In The Same Boat Discharged soldier: 'Some achieve | greatness, others have greatnesss | thrust upon them.' ' Other D. S.: 'I've got an Army zoot suit, too.'

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