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

T. G. STAMMERS AUCTIONEER STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAR Sales conducted in Any Part of the District Agent For: — Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. Insurance Company DOMO SEPARATORS

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

B;' , TO BUY THE HI HRONICLE' I^HE' ? )NICLE' is en sale at the ''HHH'' A'sa8cn': 'H|: EALY, Blayney. 'flHff RK- Careoai. WmSt. .} ABEATER, Lyndhurst. 'lip^ DSSER, Blayney. /:$$» ' ««OS. Milltborpe. -TO«B- ' CKLEY. Mandurama. £$?':'? DEVENISH. Neville. jgK'. . LL. Woodstock. Jntft VCE YOUR ORDER, as ^^Hr' restrictions necessitate a '9K'l ;:r ON THE NUMBER ;9Ki ',. ' i RINTED.

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

AUSSIE Pictures LYNDHURST SATURDAY, FEB. 19th MORE DANGERS in a day . . . than most men see in a lifetime . . 'Forefen CorresiJtodcnt' With Joel WEcCrea, laralne Day, Herbert; Marshall, George Sanders. Supported by STAN LAUREL and * ' OLIVER HARDY in '?* 'Saps At Sea' SHORTS include a JHmiatnrey 'TRAVEL IN COIX-R,' etc. ^ NOTICE A REWARD OF £150 will be paid to the person or persons giving Information that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL ING SHEEP from 'Coombing Park.' A REWARD OF £50 will be paid for infordation leading to the conviction of anyone tampering with Blood Gates or Wire Net ting on 'Coombing Park.3 ANYONE FOUND TRESPASSING, Shooting, Babbiting or Fishing on 'Coombing Park,' will be prosecuted without respect to pel ?ana.' . - . ' ' ? ::^'.-;--:/''. 20/4/*27. , ~- THE WHITOEY PASTORAL COMPAN Y LIMITED

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

m. j. BRADY - CARCOAR licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman W and Estate Agent. picome Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator, ft I DISTRICT AGENT FOR: I COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. ^ I (All Classes of Insurance). im . TJ, „ _ . , I W1LCOX, MOFFLIN. LTD.: Famour 'Tn-Kos' Drenche- and W Licks . ( Stocks on Hand ) . ^ I DANGAR, GEDYE & MALLOCH LTD. I 1 (All Classes Farm Machinery). _^ fe'FAMOUS 'CYCLONE' FENCING AND GATES. 1: CLYDE ENGINEERING COY. LTD. ^(Fann Machinery and Duplicates). W. J. BRADY, Licensed Agent L Bo* No. 2: Tlione & CARCOAR.

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RELEASE OF TYRES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

RELEASE OF TYRES n^HE N.R.M.A. informs motorists thar applications for the release of tyres (either new or retreads) or for permis sion to retread their own tyres have to be made to the Controller of Rubber, 424 George-street, Sydney, on an offi cial rorm, wnicn also has to be rilled in by the supplier or retreader. Some mot orists who have little cr no priority 6tu'l think they have a chance of secur ing tyres, but the N.R.M.A. declares that the authorities will not assist any one who is not regarded as essential in the war effort. Ordinary private motor ists, particularly, should keep this fact in mind, and all owne'rs should take every care of their tyres on the assump tion that they cannot be replaced..

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Archdeacon Wight Chosen President of Advance Blayney League [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

Archdeacon Wight ] Cntosen v \ President of Advance Blayney League Archdeacon E. A. Wight has been elected President of the Advance Blayney L-eafe;iie suc ceeding Dr. D. Short. Dr. Short wrote to Monday's meet ing advising that he was reluctantly resigning the chair owing to extra study and high pressure of work. Mr. S. Mallick (Secretary) said that Dr. Short had another course at the University and lack of time now precluded his participating in public ^ affairs. B^. Warm tributes to Dr. Short's keen [/i. interest in the League were voiced, |p and his resignation was accepted PI; with regret A suitable letter will Ce sent to him. Mr. Mallick moved, and Mr. W. Lee seconded, that Archdeacon Wight be elected President. Achdeacon Wight was elected Pre sident admit acclamation. He ex pressed the hope that he would be able to do justice to the position, and to help the 'League and Blayney to the best of his ability.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Another Headache For Hitler [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

Another Headache For Hitler A U.S. Army Air Force P-47 Thunderbolt fighter plane is pictured at an air base in England preparatory to taking off on a sweep over Germany and occupied Europe with formationl of heavy bombers. Thunderbolts, armed with eight machine guns, have outgunned and outflown the best German fighters in combat. — U.S. Office of War Information Picture.

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" . . . SILENTLY STEAL AWAY" Visions of Bountiful Gardens At Gallymont [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

'... SILENTLY STEAL AWAY' Visions of Bountiful Gardens At G-allymont 'Many householders are fetch ing their diminishing water sup plies, and gardens — objects of much labor, care and hopes — like the Arabs, 'silently steal away' leaving but memories of tiie tomatoes, lettuce, etc. we hoped to enjoy,' writes our Gallymont correspondent, com menting on the unusually dry summer. 'Barely has the temperature moved over 90 degrees, and nippy night air is the rule.' 'Residents are hopeful that ^ some of tiie 3648 points of mois ? ture that fell during the past ?k year will not be long jn .making ^ their appearance,' he concludes.

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MANDURAMA SCHOOL PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

MANDURAMA SCHOOL PARS The Mandurama School re-opened on Tuesday, 1st instant, with almost a full attendance. About half of the pupils were away from Mandurama. holidaying in other parts, during tne long vacation. Children, whose attendance at a higher school has been approved, have all left for the seat of their new studies. Officers elected to the school or. ganisations are as follows: Junior Red Cross: Secretary and treasurer, Barbara Parry; President, Mary Payne. Gould League of Bird Lovers: Sec retary and treasurer, Monnie Flet cher; President, Allan Rowlands. Junior Tree Wardens: Secretary and treasurer. Colleen Fletcher; Pre sident, Reg Rowlands. When further information is avail able, it is hoped to establish a branch of the Junior League of the R S - P.C.A.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Forthcoming Concert At Lyndhurst [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

Forthcoming Concert At Lyndhurst Juding by the performance of the local artists at rehearsals, a treat is in store for patrons of the concert on Friday night next. The organisers have already dis posed of a large number of tickets and everything' is in readiness for a bright function. It is undestood sup per will be provided for a small charge at the conclusion of the func tion.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RABBIT BREEDING Goes Unchecked, States Stock Inspector [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

RABBIT BREEDING Goes Unchecked, States Stock Inspector Considerable more men are avail able fon rabbit destruction now than previously. 'It is hoped that landholders with ? infested country will knuckle down and do thtir bit towards the eradication of the pest.' The Carcoar P.P. Board Stock In spector said this in his report to the | last Board meeting. j Continuing, the report stated. 'January was a very dry month for the entire district. Although vegetable crops have suffered from the dry spell, the effect of the weather on the coun I try has been more beneficial than othcr I wise, as there is ample dry feed for I stock, and enly on bad'iy rabbit infcsi 1 ed and overstocked holdings is there I any suggestion of a feed shortage. The harvesting of peas has been proceeding in high country, a big percentage of the I crops going through the viner. Some very gcod yields have been obtained. jH^ 'The water supply is holding out Mmarkably well, considering the recent ^R&spell, with...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

THE '? FARMERS & GRAZIERS * CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY^COMPANY, LTD. A CHEAT COUNTRY ORGANISATION WHICH HAS PROVED INVALUABLE TO ? PRIMARY PRODUCERS. CO-OPERATION IS RECOGNISED AS A WORLD-WIDE NECESSITY Our System of CASH BONUSES TO ALL CONSIGNORS has not only proved an EFFECTIVE LEVER AGAINST INCREASED COSTS, IT HAS REDUCED SELLING COSTS. WE MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES AT BEDROCK INTEREST RATES Support Co-operative Marketing by -. Consigning Wool, Stock and Produce to'. . The 'farmers & Graziers' * licenced Auctioneers, Stock and Stafion Agenfc

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Court Claim For Money ECHO OF THEATRE COWRA ROBBERY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

Court Claim For Money ECHO OF THEATRE COWEA BOBBERY Money alleged to be portion ot proceeds from a theft at Cowra was in a dispute at the Bathurst / court this week. Two convicted men applied to the court for payment to them of the monev. which at their trial was al leged by the Crown to be part of proceeds taken from a safe at a Cowra Theatre The claimants, Albert Joseph Richardson and Walter Allen, who appeared in military uniform, failed in their application, and an order was made for the delivery of the money to a third claimant. Peter Limbers, the owner of the theatre. Richardson claimed £28/2/1 and Allen £2/6/. The sum of £217 was stolen from the safe and none of it was recovered previously. Detective Constable O'Neil ap peared for the police department in the claim Richardson, in evidence, said £28/2/1 was held by the Commission er of police. When witness came from Victoria, prior to being charged with the offence at Cowra, he had £45 in his possession. The money was put to a...

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NEWBRIDGE STOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

NEWBRIDGE STOCK At the Homebush sheep and lamb auctions last Thursday, W. Brown, Newbridge, secured 130 xbred weth ers and hoggets to 22/11. avg. 22/, 29 xbred ewes 15/11. 28 wethers 15/1, H. Leabeater, Lyndhurst. 51 wethers to 22/4, avg. 19fl3, 51 xbred ewres to 16/11, avg. 15/6, at Winchcombe, Carson's sales.

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TO BE HELD MARCH 11 Annual Gallymont School Picnic [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

TO BE HELD 0$ MARCH 11 Annual Gallymont School Picnic At a well attended meeting at the school recently it was decided to hold the annual school picnic on Saturday, 11th March. Proceeds from the function will be handed to Mandurama branch of the Red Cross. A willing band of ladies has under taken to canvass and, given the usual hearty co-operation of residents, a successful function is assured.

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TO CONTEST ORANGE AGAIN MR. TONKING'S DECISION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

TO CONTEST ORANGE AGAIN MR. TONKING'S DECISION Lyndhurst Shire residents were interested in the announce ment that Mr. A. U. Tonking will contest the Orange seat as a Democratic Party candidate at the State elections, due shortly. The Orange electorate embraces the eastern and southern portion of the Shire — the remaining portion of which (including Blayney) is' in Bath urst electorate. Mr. Tonking was former M.L.A. for Orange, and he attained the post of Chief Secretary. He represented Orange for nine years and is favorab ly known throughout the electorate. He will be a strong opponent for Mr. R. E. O'Halloran, M.L.A. . who de feated him at the last election. Probably Mr. Tonkin's most signal success during his period as member for Orange, was his winning of the action in the High Court of Austra lia against the Apple and Pear Board. Many are of the opinion that . this victory definitely resulted in the abolition of the Board. Whether it did or not. it assisted greatly to that end....

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"IT'S THE OLD, OLD STORY— I TOOK THE MONEY!" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

'IT'S THE OLD, OLD STORY— I TOOK THE MONEY!' 'TT'S the old, old story: 'I took the money and used it fo:- my personal use,' ' allegedly stated Patrick Francis O'Sullivan, Acting Postmaster at a Western P.O.W. Camp, when questioned by a Postal InsDector in connection with a dis crepancy of £134/10/1 in postal money. O'Sullivan appeared before W. S. Bromhead, S.M., in the Cowra Police Court charged with misap propriating the property of a Com monwealth authority. After consider ing the evidence. Mr. Bromhead sentenced the defendant to 12 months' hard labor but as O'Sullivan had had no previous convictions he released him on the condition that he enter into a recognizance of £50 to be of good behaviour for 12 months. In addition, the defendant was ordered to pay the Clerk of Petty Sessions, Cowra, as compensation for the | P.M.G.'s department the sum of £38/15/9, as follows: £3/15/9 to be paid on or before March 9, and the balance by instalments of £3/10/0 per month. First of such mont...

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

AIL Coffin J LICENSED STOCK AND ST^'^B AGENT. H Agency tor Unit nsonu'* ^H 'PHONE: NEVIIiE 24. j|

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COWRA J.C. EASTER MEETING : £300 PRIZE MONEY FOR TWO DAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

COWRA J.C. EASTER MEETING : £300 PRIZE MONEY FOR TWO DAYS On Easter Saturday and Easter Monday, April 8 and 10, the Cowra Jockey Club will conduct two day's racing, consisting of five races and two trots. Prizemoney for the meet ing will be £300 for the two days. The usual liberal rebate will be made to horseowners. Trotting events have proved very popular with the Cowra public. Trotting events will be for 2.28 and 2.30 class each day. It is hoped that horse owners will respond to this big prize money. Pro grammes mav be had from all club secretaries. The Cowra Club expect to race during April May, June. July August and then the big Cup in Sep tember, so horse-owners can look for ward to good racing at Cowra for the next six months.

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Rev. Fr. Sheehan's Address INDUCTION OF REV. FR. HEALY AT BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

Rev. Fr. Sheehan's Address INDUCTION OF REV. FR. HEALY AT BLAYNEY The oration at the induction of Rev. Ft. T. Healy to tile Parish of Blayney was delivered by the Rev. Ft. Sheehan (Adm., Or ange) . Going back to the time of Our T,nrri TPn.ther Sheehan's discourse be gan by recalling the foundation of the Church by Our Lord, and His estab lishing of the priesthood among His apostles to enable them to carry on the great work He had commenced. So, for 2000 years, the glorious tra dition thus established had gone on. despite persecutions and difficulties, because of Our Lord's promise that 'He would be with them all days.' , Impressing on the hearers the dut ies and sacrifices attached to this noble calling, Father Sheehan said that the priest must, in invitation ot nis Divine Master, be prepared 'to take up the Cross' daily and 'follow Htm', by giving up much that the world holds dear — home, friends, and life, if need be. Like 'other 'Christs' ' they must be prepared 'to do good' to a...

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