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Three Times Too Big, Says Breen CALARE ELECTORATE SHOULD BE CUT UP [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

Three Times Too Big, Says Breen CALARE ELECTORATE SHOULD BE CUT UP The area of the Calare Federal elec torate is roughly the size of Tas mania, and from the eastern border near Wyangala Dam to the western boundary in the Dubbo district is a distance of over 200 miles. The electorate contains the big towns of Wellington, Forbes, Parkes, Orange and Cowra (but not Dubbo) . Also the smaller centres of Molong, Lanowinara, j Peak Hill, Millthorpe, Trundle, Condo bolin and Grenfell. The local Federal member, Mr. J. P. Breen, this week referred to this when he supported the move for a larger Fed era! Parliament with smaller electorates. 'The electorate of Calare is far too large, and it is impossible for the mem ber to give the various districts proper representation,' Mr. Breen said. 'I have to spend considerable time in Can berra and Sydney, and my electorate is so scattered that I cannot visit the out lying parts as often as I deem necessary. REDISTRIBUTION OF SEATS Mr. Breen went on to ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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A BIG AND POPULAR SHOW Sunday Night's Community Concert at Blayney [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

A BIG AND POPULAR SHOW Sunday Night's Community Concert at Blayney Bigger crowd, better solos, and brighter community is how we' must describe last Sunday night's community concert at Blayney Convent School room. New voices were heard, and the old regulars were appreciated as much as ever, while the volume or commumiy mus ing surpassed all previous concerts, and the smiling faces of the audience indi cated the popularity of the entertain ment. A lovely new song, 'Light a Candle in the Chapel,' was sung by Eunice Ryan in real Eunice style. We have come to expect something new and good from this young lady. The absence of Va'l from the Mis kells broke up the trio, but Pat and Barb made the duet sound almost as good as the trio. ? We had begun to look upon Lola Callinan as the pianist, but when she sang two cowboy songs to Pat Smart s guitar accompaniment it was found that she' handles the cowboy songs as expertly as she does the piano. Joan Ryan's soprano voice was very pleasing, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

' k- T. G. STAMMERS AUCTIONEER f', STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAR Sales conducted in Any Part of tm District Agent For: — ?4 Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. i- Insurance Compani | ; DOMO SEPARATORS | '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

where to buy the 'CHRONICLE' .?THE CHRONICLE' is cn sale at the following Newsagents: MRS. HEALY, Blayney. W. CLARK. Carcoai. C, J. LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. MRS- ROSSER, Blayney. j. C. AMOS, Millthorpe. C. H. BUCKLEY,' Mandurama. MAY 8 DEVENISH, Neville. \V'. H. HILL, Woodstock. V. P. COLLINS, Newbridge. KJNDi-V PLACE YOUR ORDER, as '?.sprint restrictions necessitate a RICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER EXTRAS PRINTED.

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SYDNEY RESCUE SOCIETY: APPEAL FOR FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

ISYuNEY RESCUE SOCIETY: APPEAL FOR FUNDS I\T0 case of real needi is ever ignored ' by the Sydney Rescue Work v-fS:ty. its doors are ever open Christian warmth, sympathy .-.lady help to those requiring w'c.i medical attention in cases of .... ?* w- ? ? ? ? ? I ? ' Y. JYLELiiy yUUJlg wuiiicu ?iiiitricts have been grateful ? ???h medical service and quiet ? 'i surroundings in a time of need. The Sydney Rescur ?o.ifity embraces a well - 'i nificerriity hospital, a babies' ' . 'A women's home, and! an open ;u'night city refuge. It also super pinf^ -iistribution of meals and wothmg to the destitute, and visiting vj P®°ple in gaols, and similar ser j*' to needy humanity. This great heln f10011 1183 keen rendering such P for the past 62 years, maintain - y en^irely by voluntary contribu U, s- Any who feel disposed to houL sllould send their donations, Sv-wer small» to the Superintendent, Rescue Work Society, 145 ^wealth-street, Sydney.

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Carcoar P.P. Directors Sympathetic BURROWA GRAZIER'S DIFFICULTIES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

I Carcoar P.P. Directors I Sympathetic BURROWA GRAZIER'S DIFFICULTIES I Carcoar P.P. Board directors, ar their August meeting, took a sym pathetic view of the case of a Burrowa district grazier. Ar the previous meeting, it had been greed to prosecute the drover of sheep m 14 r cwalla.' Burrowa, for an alleged breach i if the Act. A letter from Mr. Stevenson was read i the August meeting. Explaining the irciimstances, he stated that his property ud been swept by the bush-fire on Janu ry 18 last, when only 400 out of 6.000 acres had been saved. All his lav -sheds and reserve stacks bad been lestroyed, Mr. Stevenson added, and it i'js necessary for' him to gel 14,000 heep away. The Chairman (Dir. R. J. Fag an) and Dir. F. C. Rowlands en dorsed the facts as set out by Mr. Stevenson, and members expressed regret that the explanation had not been made earlier. Difs. McKenzie and Cartwright criti ised the action of the drover. It finally was decided to withdraw the umrnons, provided Mr. St...

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MANDURAMA FAREWELL SOCIAL Payne Family Entertained [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

MANDURAMA FAREWELL SOCIAL Payne Family Entertained On Friday last a farewell social was tendered Mr. and Mrs. J„ Payne, and a large crowd attended the function to show their appreciation of the guests of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Payne have' been sta tioned at Mandurama for the past five - years, and during that time tney Demon strated their willingness to assist in every cause. As president of the Hall Committee, Mr. Payne gave all his energy to make the committee's efforts a success. Mrs. Payne wil'l also be greatly missed, i as she had proved a great worker. She I was treasurer of the Red Cross, and also j assisted many other committees. The Payne family will leave a gap in the Mandurama community which will be hard to fill, and the good wishes of all residents go with them.

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New Race Club At Dubbo [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

New Race Club I At Dubbo I r Resulting frcn; a largely meeting held at the Dubbo Di'str?, bulance station this week, a new'U,^B isation, to be' known as the Ambulance Racing Club, has her* tM ed at Dubbo. Many members .-fl Dubbo Racing Clnb are connc-ted ? tne new cuid, Mr. George Miller, editor r.f H 'Liberal,' was appointed sccn-fv,. I the new club. He is weih'^V'i'l. B Bathurst, being a former member ..rW 'Times' staff.. ' ''H Every effort is to ^ — irir. lrj v for a resumption of rr , * lr^B an early date. Con ... H given also in the ful H means of establishing' H to the town, if that fl necessary. H The Dubbo Racing H 1941, but since then nothing lltls I done to continue horse racing although other western clubs are opcV ing as usual. H The following officers were ele^udB Patron, Mr. R. B. Richardson: nA dent, Mr. G. T. B. Palmer; vicc-pH dents, Messrs. K. J. Irvine, J- B. D J,. B. Whiteley, Drs . C E Robfl P. E. McCormack, F. Ross and 9 Flower; treasurer, Mr. E. Po\vicr fl ret...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

CARCOAR TOWN TALK Pilot Officer Bede Cassidy is spending leave in Carcoar. * * * Misses Nola and Val Linnmore spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Linnmore. Nola is attache to the nursing staff of Forbes Hospital, and Val is employed at the telephone ex change at Molong. * * * Mrs. W. Stammers and daughter Jean have returned home after spending sev eral weeks in Sydney. * * * The engagement is announced of Ivy Ruth, second youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Connolly, 'Haverton,' Carcoar, to Driver Leslie John Mc Glynn, A.I.F., son of the late Mr. Tom McGlynn and Mrs. J. McGlynn, of Younp. \ * * * We are pleased to see Mr. Frank Trevett back in Carcoar after several months away. * * * Miss Shirley Lowe has been confined to her bed with an attack of influenza. We wish her a speedy recovery.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

1 eminent to guarantee the security ? . of your home. In fact, you can Of) TnO HflV , count on SECURITY in every way, * if you give your Government the _ j 'Yes' vote that will enable it to VOU VOTO guide industry and employment to ) wards prosperity. Otherwise, we ? will revert to a pre-war 'survival of VA JV the fittest,' depression conditions. \ and slipshod way of doing things ?? / which leaves fellow Australians in *?*/. ? a slum or 'pokey' flat. Vote H ^ H|' ' 'YES' and make sure that our I Victory in the battlefield will be a H Victory for yon, too. |j' . Author! ted by ihg Government of the Commonwealth of Australia. IVKB6-2' I 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. jfc- ' (All Classes ol Insurance). | WJLCOX, MOFFLIN, LTD,: Famoyr 'Tn-Kos' Drenche-' *n3 ;t Licks (Stocks on ffand). -* -DANCrAR, GEDYE &a...

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"Will Be Delays," Says Minister FULFILLING ORDERS FOR RAIL TRUCKS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

'Will Be Delays,' Says Minister fulfilling orders for RAIL TRUCKS 'While the present abnormal conditions prevail and the coal position necessitates curtailments in services, it is regretted there will be delays in fulfilling orders for tracks.' | So writes the Minister for T ransport YMr ? ? representations by Lyndhurst Shire Coun cil regarding train services for the car riage: of produce, machinery and goods. Mr. O'SulIivan states that he took this matter up specially with the Com missioner for Railways, who advises that the Railway Department has been faced with a serious shortage of trucks for some time past, due1 to the curtailments in services which have had to be made in view of the coal position, coup'ied with the heavy demands being made for the conveyance of urgent traffic, such as coal, defence requirements, wheat and many other high priority commodities^ including fodder. . _.v ' * As this urgent traffic jj§g t0 receive preference, there has h&&n a substan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

That the fighting forces of Australia and her Allies I go into action protectively clothed and fed is due in ' Hi part to Australia's contributions in wool, meat and 1 1 other essential products. ' I It is Pitt, Son and Badgery's established policy, both I in peace and war, to co-operate with growers and I ^ producers to the utmost, ^by means of a handling, ? storage and selling service as I thorough and detailed as long 0B M I experience and unstinted indi- ?- vidua! attention can make it. I g|fc|g^ PITT, SON AMD BAD6ERV LTD. I 4 O'ConneU Street, Sydney; Darby Street, Newcastle. fl H$ffl jji Iji] jl{| Branch Office: Boorowa. H BfltnlH ?sljljijJJiZiMiHfgji Licensed Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents. H

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

ENGAGEMENT The engagement is announced of Ivy Ruth, second youngest daughter of Mr, and Mrs. H. Connolly, 'Haverton,' Carcoar, to Dvr. Leslie John McGlynn, A.I.F., second eldest son of the late Mr. T. and Mrs. J. M. McGlynn, Red Hill Road, Young, IN MEMORIAM 17WENS. — In fond memory of my dear husband. JAMES BELL EWENS. who passed away 17th August, 1940. Deep in my heart a memory is kept, Of one I loved dearly, and will never forget. Inserted by his sad and loving wife. IN MEMORIAM T7WENS. — In loving memory of our Dad, JAMES BELL, who passed away 17th August, 1940. God saw the road was getting rough. The hill too steep to climb. And so He called our Dear Dad Home, And whispered, 'Peace be Thine.' Inserted by his daughters, Myrt. and

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Trunkey Pars [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

Trunkey Pars On Saturday afternoon last the friends of Private Clyde ('Snow') Stiff ar ranged an impromptu presentation in the hotel. 'Snow' has been in our midst for the past three months, on com passionate leave. After the function he' lert lor ayaney, wnere nc win report, for medical examination. At the presentation, L.A.C. Frank Purnell occupied the chair. Speakers were Messrs. S. Ford, N. McKellar and W. Aspinall. Mr. V. Smith made the presentation of a wallet of notes. Pri vate Stiff suitably responded. * * * The monthly meeting of the' W.A.C. was held on Saturday afternoon last. There was a fu'il attendance of office bearers and committee. * * * Miss Elva Hailstone is in hospital, where she' will undergo an operation for appendicitis. * * * Private Mick Radburn is spending leave with his brother.

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NEVILLE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

NEVILLE NEWS Mrs. Fowler, of Chatswood, is visit ing her mother, Mrs. Oats, of Carcoar strcet. * * * A.C.I Bill Bird, who has be'en on leave with his wife and children, re turned to camp on Saturday. * * * A.C.I Lindsay Devcnish, whose leave coincided with that of his brother, L.A.C. Arthur Devenish, returned to his camp on Sunday night. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

Cook Brolf BLAYNEY 1^ ANNOUNCE that tliey nave been Base pointed by the Agricultural DepaB;ten ment as B re SOLE AGENTS 2N Tllif CARCOAR DISTRICT™ for receival of all Vegetable 'W grown under contract vvimfsSg the Commonwealth Goveiwv* ment. I ai Also Sole Agents for rcceival I 'j hcally grown Potatoes under 'Bale Government contract scheme. ? 01 FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLff#!.. ON APPLICATION. K™ AH. Collins | LICENSED STOCK AND STAl'lWef AGENT. ? -= Agency far Unit nsuran^-e ol c PHGNK: NEVILLF 9 CAM REED & SON I (late DAVE REED). Kj Undertakers & Monrnntv. Masons. »0(j Adelaide Street. Blaynry. Miy 'Phone 60. H . Funerals Conducted Reversnli. and Dignifieo Hg, Local Repiesentar.ive'. Mr. Arthur Ifes fc 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. £50 REWARD |j r|THE arbove reward will be r ? '? information leading to the ' : m0 tion of any person or person? ? «r, ging wire netting fencing, int0 '*u ing with flood or netting gates cutting or removing wire from of the fences on 'SUNNY i K. j fag...

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Lyndhurst News. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

Lyndhurs|Kr|f©ws& § Mr., and Mrs. iQj %Hoga^, of 'Pint j Hill,' left pn Sundiayjfnight, for .the cityv { where Mr. Hogan wilK' Undergo, an . opcr- Wg j|| { ation for ear trouble. ? ^ i Master Milton Weaver, | ' olin, is at present spending «? j here as the guest of Mr. and , Miffi. ' ' r [?]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

I-' ...Lend or Spend e WJSTEFUr^mffi OF Wl£ if 1 INCOME BREEDS BLACK MARKETS J Every penny you spend, unless for essentials, hinders Australia's war effort. It wastes manpower and raw materials. Often it helps black markets to grow, and thus takes money and effort away from the drive to Victory. \york — save all you can, and lend your savings to Australia. Make an advance subscription now to the Second Victory Loan at any Bank, Savings Bank or Stockbroker. / Make an Advance Subscription to the v ^gVKTORY WM ,,, I fi x THE | FARMERS & GRAZIERS CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY CO., LTD. Head Office : Sydney. ^ Branches. London, Goulburn, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Orange, Temora, Dubbo, Cowra, Tamworth, Tenterfield. IN PROSPEROUS TIMES, CO-OPERATION ADDS TO PROSPERITY! j IN ADVERSE SEASONS, the Benefits of MODERN CO-OPERATION ' as extended to Primary Producers REDUCES COSTS ! THE 'F. 8 G.' WOOL REBATE OF 40 PER CENT. AND LOANS AT THE LOWEST RATE OF INTEREST V ARE OF GRE...

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"Increasing At Alarming Rate" YOUNG RABBITS IN CARCOAR P.P. AREA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

'Increasing At Alarming Rate' YOUNG RABBITS IN CARCOAR P.P. AREA ? ? ^ A serious increase in the number of young rabbits threatens to result in the over-running of portions of the Carcoar P.P. district before very ? . long, unless strong measures are - . v'*({|jfl taken. Rabbit Ini» / A. Cooley repotted ^ as follows to\ ' L August meeting of ?i'wFi P.P. Board:—' 'Durinc rhe course nf m v insnprtions K'-l!:! of properties in the various parts of district, I noticed that, on the whole,,'-'..^vitf grown rabbits have been reduced consid erably, owing to extensive trapping and ,? j poisoning in the early winter mOnths,: ^,,4:-j|,| j and also to the high prices that . have-/ f been ruling for skins and carcases.'^ } 'Young rabbits were noticed : to- be iM*': ' increasing at an alarming rate on most , holdings, however, and if landowners do not take a more serious view of the Afp position the whole . district within the Jf Board's area will be heavily infested jffljii.f within the next few...

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SECOND VICTORY LOAN Keen Rivalry For Pennants [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 August 1944

SECOND VICTORY LOAN Keen Rivalry For Pennants ?Country towns are already far advanced in their preparations for the Second Victory Loan opening on September 26. Local committees are intent on win ning a Victory Loan Honor Pennant. Honor Pennants are presented to country towns by the Commonwealth Government in appreciation ot tneir li - forts and contributions to War Loans. There is keen rivalry between towns to achieve the inclusion of stars and bars on Honor Pennants. One star represents money quota reached; one bar means that the subscribers' quota has been achieved. Two stars and two bars mean that both the money and subscriber quotas have \ been doubled. | Combination of stars and bars give j the pennant winners' resu'it in money and subscribers, while the color of the . pennant denotes the average per capita contribution. Each town, in its respective popula tion section, aims at winning the Red Championship Pennant. This award is I given to the . town gaining the best money res...

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