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"Heavenly" Visitor [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

'Heavenly' Visitor Robert St. John, the author, was standing in the lobby of the N.B.C studios, in Chicago's Merchandise Mart, whera his luxuriant beard at tracted considerable attention. A womon visitor asked a page the identity of the owner of that hirsute 'That's St. John,' she was told. 'Um-m!' mused the visitor, turn ing again to the beard. 'Here for the Baptist convention. I presume.'

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mandhurama Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

Manduraima Personals Mrs. W. Barnes is home again | ter an enjoyable holiday with tives and friends. Holidaying i' Svdn^v *- n Barnes. H Miss Phyl H ter, Mrs. Be 'i;.-;... on Monday l . ;.: . n - H a holiday. H Mr. Roy : . ; ? few days' leav- H family. Mrs. 'l-. H the C.C.C. ? Mr. and M . ? 'v family are si-- ?. H: relatives and '7' . ? guests of Mr. c, ,;. r.-;. j. ao H Recently return'5 -I from overseas Hr Pte. Mervyn Carney is spending Ir-aVe'H^ at Mandurama. His many ri-iencjs^B will regret to learn that Mervyn not enjoyed good health for ~ son^H'1 time. Mrs. Graham, of Sydney, has rived at Mandurama to accompany^® her aged father, Mr. John Harg-aj^ Ipi to the City. 'Hlo Mrs. Sawyers, of Cowra, has re-H ceived word that her son, Sapner AlH, len Digby. is expected notae on iea at an early date. Sapper Sa\vye H J has many friends in the Manduian Hh district. Mr. J. Payne, of the «locaI RaiKv, He ^ staff, has received notice of transf H to Narrandera. Local residents wj 11 Mr. and ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District Stock [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

District Stock Results secured at Winchcombe, , Carson's Orange stock auctions last Thursday included: Baker Bros., 'Lyndfield,' Burnt Yards, 4 blks £25 15/, 1 blk £18/3/, 2 strs £13/1. cow £18/6, 2 strs £12/3, heifer 15/11, heifer 13/1, 114 wers 33/10, 85 wers 26/; C. Purser, Valdemar, Gteghams town, 11 Imbs 24/10, 81 tabs 20/4. ! - ? I 'Are you going to keep the new secretary you hired last week?' 'I have to. She has our files so mixed up that I can't get along with out her.'

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Subsidy Of 50 Per Cent. GOVT'S ASSISTANCE IN MANDURAMA BABY HEALTH CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

Subsidy Of 50 Per Cent. ? i GOVT'S ASSISTANCE IN MANDURAMA BABY HEALTH CENTRE A subsidy of 50. per cent, of the ; cost of the Mrs. I. Whitney j Memorial Baby Health Centre at Mandurama, has been promised by the State Government. Information to this effoct was con tained in a telegram from the Presi dent (Mrs. Fitzhardinge) read by the Secretary (Mrs. A. W. Rowlands) to the monthly meeting of Mandu rama C.W.A. branch on Saturday last. This being the principal obpective of the Association at present, the news was received with enthusiasm. Mfs. Cargill (vicepresident) pre- | sided in the absence of Mrs Fitzhar dinge in Sydney. The meeting was a well attended and enthusiastic one, new members, ] in Mesdames Bell, M. Molloy. K. Mol lay, H. Molloy, T. Lynch and Reid. Membership now totals 41. j iW6/6 From Street. StalL j An amount of £63/6/ was cleared as a result of the Street Stall at Mandurama on Election Day in May. Including two raffles, totalling £13 each, with fixed deposits, £377/...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Greetings From French Children [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

Greetings From French Children A United States paratrooper squats in a village street in Normandv to observe the happy' reaction of two French children to whom he has given chewing gum. — U.S. Office of War Information Picture.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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RECORD ATTENDANCE: SPLENDID PROGRAMME Blayney Community Concert [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

RECORD ATTENDANCE : ! SPLENDID PROGRAMME : Blayney Community Concert Nothing but the prospect of a good night's singing, with a sprinkling of (popular solo items could be responsible for the rec ord attendance at Sunday nights community concert, held at the convent school Koran at Jtsiay ney. Singing was particularly good with a few surprises in the solo field. Eunice Ryan, to keep up her neu song- record, presented 'Don't Ever Waik in the Shadows.' a brand new song and sung just as Kate Smith wou;d sing it. We were disappointed at not hear- : ing the Miskell Sisters (who are to . appear in the finals of the talent ; hour this week) owing to a cold or . two, but Pat Miskell filled the va cancy with a very nice solo. Lois Brabham put all she had into 'I Had The Craziest Dream' and received splendid applause. Mary Jones and Jessie Hartigan also sang very nicely. A surnrisA was Aiifv T.pfrninripiir with his mouth-organ, while 'Tiger' ; was as ever popular with his guitar and yodelling....

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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One-Teacher Schools ANSWER TO COWRA COMMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

One-Teacher Schools ANSWER TO COWRA COMMENT Some remarks passed at a re cent Cowra District F. and S. As sociation Council meeting- con cerning the withdrawal ol teach ers from small schools and the conveyance by husi of the children now taught in such schools to a central school have not alto | gether been applauded by some of the teacher of simall schools. Here is one anonymous comment: | 'I would be one of the teachers who were the subject of some unkind I criticism quite recently by certain ' members at a F. and S. Association conference at Cowra. What a pity it s that people should express their; ig norance by. attacking people who are recognised by the Education Depart- ; ment as being among the best tea-ch- , ere in the! service. One of the speak ers definitely does not know the dif ferncee between a subsidised and a 1 public school. We were definitely ap pointed to one-teacher schools be cause of our ability to teach, organ ise and to be useful citizens. 'The school under my...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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THROWN FROM HIGH CHAIR TO HOT STOVE Lyndhurst Boy Severely Burned [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

THROWN FROM HIGH CHAIR TO HOT STOVE Lyndhurst Boy Severely Burned When a high chair in which he was sitting overturned. Rex, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs Clarrie Wilson, was thrown on to a hot stove. He received severe burns to the right eye and hand. Medical aid was sought. We are happy to report that the sight of the eye will not be impaired.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

Art ' T. G, STAMMERS | Al/CKIONEER STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAR Sales conducted in Any Part of tli- District Agrent For: — , .fe Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. ? »| Insurance Company » . ;|f DOMO SEPARATORS |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

?? H I WHERE TO BUY THE I 'CHRONICLE' I - THE CHRONICLE' is en sale a' the ? following Newsagents: ? MRS- HEALY, Blayney. ? W. CLARK. Carcoat. I C, J. LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. ? MRS- ROSSER, Blayney. j. C. AMOS. Millthorpe. ? C. H. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. ? m&Y 8 DEVENISH, Neville. ? H. HILL, Woodstock. V. P. COLLINS, Newbridge. ? kindly PLACE YOUR ORDER, as J newsprint restrictions necessitate a i ? cTRICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER ? fl br EXTRAS PRINTED. !

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Dehydration of Animal Feed [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

Dehydration of Animal Feed Cleaver-Brooks Company of Milwaukee, a leaing manufac turer of dehydrating: equip ment. has instituted an exten sive research programme on ] the dehydration of food for I animals. The company is set i ting up test plants in several | States which will experiment I with potatoes and such jcg ! umes as alfalfa, cow peas, j clover, and soy beans.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Lyndhurst Shire Council To Participate? MAJOR REGIONAL ORGANISATION LOCAL GOVT. BODIES TO MEET AT ORANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

[Lyndhurst Shire Council To Participate? MAJOR REGIONAL ORGANISATION LOCAL GOVT. BODIES TO MEET AT ORANGE ILyndhurst Shire will have a deep interest in the conference of thq Central Western Confederation of Local Government Bodies to be held in Orange on September 2. ? Among the questions to be discusscd the confcrence will be ibe following: Are the preesnt regional boundaries is factory ? Should a major regional organisation, bracing the regions of Lachlan. Mac arie and Mitchell (which includes ndhurst Shire) , be formed. Should Lyndhurst join in an allpur scs council, or. .alternatively, a coun council, with Bathurst, Turon and ercrombie Councils The major region would roughly cmbrace the areas of the shire and municipality councils belonging to the Confederation of Local Gov ernment bodies. The conference will discuss many cstions in relation to regional ?devcl- mcnt. It was originally suggested that if all purposes council were formed in c Bathurst area, it comprise Bathurst mnc...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Distance Wins! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

Distance Wins! Negro wife (to husband who is try ing to patch up a quarrel by a gift of flowers): 'Lis sen, good fo- nuthin,'. All I wants from yo' is distance!' iiiHiiiiiiimiHiMiiMiiHiiimiiHiiiHiaiiiiiitiiMiiiiHiiiiiitmiim

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GARLAND CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

GARLAND CASE William Ewart . Eelwyii King, of ! 'Green Hills,' Garland, was charged with the lighting of a fire for the purpose of clearing land of black berry vines, without a permit from the Waugoola Shire Council. Mr. D. R. Riordan. of Blaynev, ap- I peared on behalf of defendant. Sgt. | F. Swift (Orange) conducted the j prosecution. | Fire 'Got Out Of Control. i Constable A. P. McGovern (Man- ' durama) stated that on 24th March, j 1944, he went to defendant's property i ?at Garland, and found 50 acres of ! grass destroyed. He said to defend ant, 'There is little doubt how this fire started; I saw a flame thrower in the gully.' King replied that he had been us ing the flame thrower to burn out blackberries when the fire got out of control. Defendant also stated that he had no permission to burn from \yaugoola Shire Council. To Mr. Riordan, witness said that King was a man of good character: the P.P. Board had been pressing for the destruction of rabbits and har borage. Kept Down ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

W. J. -Brady, Carcoar Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman and Estate Agent. Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator. DISTRICT AGENT FOR: . * COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. (All Classes of Insurance). WILCOX, MOFFLIN, LTD.: Famou: 'Tri-Kos' Drencher ar* Licks (Stocks on Hand). 'DAN GAR, GED'i'E & MALLOCH LTD (All Classes Farm Machinery). ? 'CYCLONE' FENCING AND GATES. CLYDE ENGINEERING COY. LTD (-Farm Machinery and Duplicates). w. J. BRADY, Licensed Agent No. 2 : 'Phone & CARCOAR NOTICE OF £150 will be paid to the oersor. or persons divine B.?rl'c6Si„sSk~',i0,i'n '?*»» STEAL' OF £50 will be paid for inforr..ation leading to thi i i of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Net Coombing Park. UNO TRESPASSING, Shooting, Rabbiting or Fishing i bmS Park,', will be prosecuted without resofeet to pe*. ? ' ... ..r ^20/^J; | AUSSIE Pictures I LYNDHURST | Saturday, August 5, 1944 j Uorofchy Lamour and John Howard in 'DILUTED PASSAGE' ! And: Al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

pr: 'OHRdNICLE' I ADVERTISPTG BATES tyt*; * f : Small, run-on Cash Advertise - T dents (without display lines)' 12 words, 2/ (minimum charge); ' ? IS to 18 words, 2/6; 19 to 24 ' ' worts, 3/; 25 to 30 Words. 3/6; 3i to 36 words, 4/. If booked, |6d- extra in each case. Larger casual advertisements (with display lines) : 4/ per inch. In Memoriam Notices: 4/ ? without veree (minimum charge) i With verse, 4/, plus 6d. per line of verse. , 1 Return Thanks Notices (of j § - normal size): 4/. Proportionate ?'? increase in charge for space over normal. Death. Birth and Marriage 1 Notices: 4/- (any size). .] Contract Business Advertise -} ments: Special cheap rates on | application. j ' LYNDHURST shire j CHRONICLE I WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1944.

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ILLEGAL USE OF FIRE Two Landowners Fined [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

ILLEGAL USE OF FIRE Two Landowners Fined I Charged before Sir. W. S. Kixwiiliead, P.M., at Blaynej PolioQ Court, two distriet lanu holdea-s were fined with 8/ oosts. for lighting' fires during a prohibited period. William Edward Leabeater, of 'Limestone,' Lyndhurst, was sum moned by the Police with an offence ! under the Bush and Rural Fires Pre vention Order (National Security Act), of lighting a fire for the pur pose; of clearing land of grass, with out a permit from Lyndhurst Shire Council Mr. B. R. Riordan appeared for de fendant, and S^t. F. Swift conducted the prosecution. A plea of not guilty was entered. 100 Men At Fire Constable A. P. McGovern (Mandu rama), gave evidence that on Febru ary 13. 1944, about 10 a.m., he went to defendant's property, and saw a ; fire in. progress. There were approxi mately 100 men fighting the fire. He asked defendant whether grass and rubbish had been burnt previously. Leabeater replied, 'I burnt those breaks on the nights, of the 7th and 9th. ...

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Referendum Issues [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

;! Referendum ! Issues !i ^ With 'D' day rapidly approach ing on the Referendum front, the average Australian elector finds the issue still somewhat involved. Behind a bulwark of repeated warnings that depression and chaos '7. will follow in the post-war years unless his Government is endowed KA, r..rhn r, ' ' 81'1' '«-? v-un... J);'j ; and his followers have dug-in - 1 .*?-?' - , As leader of the 'No' attack, fj ; Mr. Menzies will depend on direct attack to win the day. claiming that j '? , regimentation of industry and rc * striction of private industry will r follow if Mr. Curiin attains his ob ?' !j-, jective. |K To date, no secret weapons have made their appearancc. the flt; battle being fought entirely on '-? $ strict adherence to Party principles. . i'(| Perhaps Curtin's greatest strength l'ff lies in the fact that apart from ! jf|l. complete condemnation of his pro , posals. the Opposition has not ad- i |!* vanced any contruc.tive ideas for :ji ' the nation's future. j i =j ...

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APPRECIATES NEWSPAPERS FROM L.A.C. F. NELSON [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

APPRECIATES LOCAL NEWSPAPERS : LETTER FROM L.A.C. F. NffiSOK-y 'M }V7' I In a letter to this officev IA-3 „ 1 « Fred Nelson, formerly of Blayv I ney, sends best wishes to all Blayney ii-iehds. * i Fred says he appreciates getting copies of the 'Chronicle' and 'WfeBt ^ Macquarie,' as it enables keep in touch with activities;^ ji? During the past year he elled extensvely around .-thie^Isli^W^^ of the South West many excitir.j, and interegl^i^S^^Ft?^® ences. Life in his locaXKM^^i^^&MS^^ in spite of the oppressiVe^!^|Mjl#M Among district boys were L.A.C. RonJFuniiell;''1^p^(ijj^K''-^ and LAC Jim Porter, \ ange musician. ''S,; In a comment, Fred said ihe ' Jjklj lies were doing' a fine job up; thefte,' - «§? and on ali sides were witnessed the * ' complete defeat of the JapSjjand the assurance of further victories for tour forces: \ '{ f

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LONG SUFFERING! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

LONG SUFFERING ! 'He was' .a man who had ihdeed .^1 suffered mufch.' said a country news- ;||f: paper in arjshort obituaiy . If] had been a stat)seriiber''^0^ since its 'first' issue, was prinfep^'i;

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