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WOOL REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

WOOL REPORT The Fawiieis and Graziers Co-fc;i. Co. Ltd. reports en the 24th inst.:\ We submitted our Appraisemefc': Catalogue No. 126 on Thursday, JaA uary 20. the appraisement being f ii\ alised on the following day. The on fering totalled 6.361 bales and inclucl-\ ed a few clips from the New Englancl and Southern Tablelands as well as a\ number from Mudgee and the Hunter1 Valley, also Gundagai. A good pro portion of the offering, however, came from the Western and South-Western areas, comprising clips which have only just been completed owing to transit difficulties. The selection consisted largely of average wools with a few attractive clips from the New England, Gundagai. Mudgee and Barraba districts. Top price namely 29d was realised for' SUP AW a./c R. D. Mulligan Esq.. Guyra. Other outstanding prices were as A/c E. M. Mulligan. Esq.. Guyra. 28}d for SUP AW. Other fleece lines of the brand realised to 253d and the NKS made 15d. i A/c H. L. Rayner, Esq., Hargraves. SUP COM real...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

i1 ! ? m AT YOUR SERVICE £™ / Aj » free wtvicc the Commonwealth Saving! Bank will accept Common wealth Bondi for —U autod? from any penon. If required, the Bank will aUo aell *uch bond* tor the holder at current market ratei, paying to him full proceeds, lew telling expense* — -!/- for £10 Bondi, 5/- % tat 4100 and over). The Bank will at all timea accept aubtcriptioiu or Advanc* Subscription* to Commonwealth Loan*. Invest all you can in £10 National Savings Bonds, War Savings Certificates, or War Savings Stamps COlrfmonUJEflLTH SflUfflGS BflflK ?**? ? IT lO ifT i nil A ?liPufn'r-iB-A^rJ-nAmir ? »,),, ? *m*tmw , Get Ready for the FIRST VICTORY LOAN Opening Soon! Make on advance sub scription Now or buy 5/- National Savings Stamps to help buy a Victory Bond i'V./.jz ? YVHEATGROWERS' LICENCES. \ PPLICATIONS for Wheatgrowers' licences for the season 1944/45 should reach the chairman of the Wheat Industry Stabilisation Com mittee not later than Friday, 18th February. 1944. Necessary for...

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TRUNKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

[?] ! Mr. H. Gunness, who had the m:s fortune to fracture his thigh n\. Christmas, is making satisfactory progress in Bathurst District Hospi tal. Li.A.U. Tom King is spending leave with his sister. Mrs. R. Coops, of Abercrombie Caves. At a meeting of Trunkey Bush Fire Frigade on Saturday last, ah retiring offiers were unanimously re elected, as follcws: President, Con stable 1/c Gould; Vice-President. Mr. R. C. Smith; Honorary Secre ; tary. Mr. W. Aspinall; Treasurer, i Mr. R. C. Smith; Captain, G. God j den; Vice-Captain, Mr. W. Ware. I It was decided to continue the levy i on the same basis as for 1943. The health of two old Trunkey identities — Mrs. M. Ridley and Mr. J. Laing — is causing concern. Most of the wool Which had been left on the various properties owing : to lack of trucks, has been railed. Mr. Claude King nas returned i .fxfltyu— Bathnrnt — whsvfi, .-? , jr-ncsiMei— treatment for eye, trouble. Mrs. Gould and' children are noli- I daymg in. Aluury.

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BLAYNEY INTER. RESULTS BLAYNEY PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

BLAYNEY INTER. RESULTS BLAYNEY PUBLIC SCHOOL. \ Abbott, Robert C : 2A SB 4B 5A 15B 18B. Baker, Donald T : IB 2B 3B 4A 5A I 15A 17A 18A. j Delton, Pauline: IB 2B 3B 4B 5B i 15B. 22B. ! | Eason, William R.: IB 2B 4A 5A 15B 17A 18B. | Frape, Dorothea M.: IB 2B 3B 15B ! 22B. Larnach, Zena R : IB 2B 3B 4B 5A 15B 22B. Perkins, James H.: IB 2B 4B 5A 18B. Simmons, Roma J.: IB 2B 4B 5B ? 22B. ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT SCHOOL, ! BLAYNEY i Hunt, Terrence: IB 3 A 6B 15B 20B. ! Kervin, William: IB 3 A 6B 15B i 20B. I

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Smiling Aviatrix [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

Smiling Aviatrix Typical of women of 'Jnany laflds helping to defeat the cnpmy, is this smiling young air enthusiast.

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Concealing War Casualties From Jap People [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

Concealing War Casualties From Jap People SAN FRANCISCO, Thursday. — Charles Foster, of San Francisco; re cent repatriated from Manila, where i he managed the Philippines Red Cross (for 20 years, says that Japan's mili ttarists are taking extreme pains to \conceal the extent of their war casual ties by Keeping tneir wounaea in uc -5upied territories instead of returning them to Japan. '?'.'?? He said that wounded servicemen hospitalised in Maarflla 'aren't allowed on the streets, anfl were kept from the sight of the .Filipinos as well as the Japanese atShome.' Umted States observers recalled, the ^Japanese {(Government announce ment some time ago, which gave evi dence that the Japanese, people were ' disturbed bjH-thc war casualties;- Jap. Army and Navy authorities advised members of families of soldiers and sailors going to active fronts that they 'shouldn't place too much hope of their returning alive.' Observers said some of the major losses which have been conoealed from the Jap...

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REV. FR. STANLEY APPOINTED TO AI[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

REV. FR. STANLEY APPOINTED TO AI Rev. Father Bert Stanley. Mandurama and St. Patrick's C !ege. Manly, has been on vacation ? his parents' home, Dulwich Hill. ;.: is now on duty relieving at Wagg;. He will stay at Bishop's Hon. Wagga. until the end of Februav when he will then take up dutic-.s , his appointment, which is Albuiy.

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Chronicle" [?] From All Cen[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

Chronicle' A, ; - From All Cent Owing to the holiday pe ;? has not been possible f ?, ? 'Chronicle' - 'West Mat , management to make arran r. yet for a full coverage f ?.?.-, .;. Lyndhurst Shire and adjact tricts. HnWfVer. this ic Vipinir Ar i readers may rest assured th.it the 'Chronicle' and the Macquarie' will cater for ;.' of the Shire — North. Sout.-, _ West and Central. We arc rapidly completing or ganisation of the district.

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RAIN FALLING AT BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

RAIN FALLING AT BLAYNEY. Heavy rain is falling throughout Blaynry and district as this issuo went to press.

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WELCOME—BUT TOO LITTLE Up To 30 Points In Sunday's Rain [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

WELCOME-BUT TOO LITTLE Up To 30 Points In Sundays Rain Hopeful eyes turned skywards as the storm-clouds worked around the Lyndhurst Shire on Sunday after noon. The district needs r.iin badly — partk.: larly for the vegetable crops. An inch - : two of rain would mean.- some thousand more bushels of peas alone. But hopes were disappointed — though not entirely dashed. Up to 30 point5 fell in seme localities — very helpfu: showers which will freshen the crop* and the countryside in general. Bir other districts almost missed out en tirely. On- Monday, clouds worked up again, but strong winds blew up and; dispersed them. Falls en Sunday night were as fol lows: Point i Blayney ? 17 Millthorpe ? 3 9 Carcoar ? . 21 Newbridge ... . . . 2 1) - 3 ' ? Grcghamstcwn ? 15 Neville ? lO-1^ Earry ? ? ™ Errowanbar.g ? .20 Trunki-y .... . 5 King's Plains . ... 12

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[?] TOWN [?]drama Landholder Fined [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

iA ^???r: '?''' iiJ-.'Vy^KY 'rOl^f V/J..K k irama Landholder j Fined : lission o£ five words ?m iuiinioas nearly resulted ??? f : . . ir Pastures iTotection . -.-ifjjii j ring; to leave a caw* -J n: er until tlie summons ? s /? arged. ? d was summonsing Darcy '?:?;- . -. annelly, in Cowra Court, ^ . : ? 10 uebtroy raDbits on ?; ? . ! at Aiandurama. si on oi Uie words was .. ? oy Hi: R. i-. Phillips !yj. ? . strate. Air. 3. A. Thorn ihat the siuiunons woulci recharged unless coun me lo ;iii agreement ana jrbaiiy. em would, be obliged to ? . . ? distance to attend court miiniicns was recharged, ? . decided to allow the eed. . miation read: 'Darcv Jielly, being the occupier iin the Pastures Protee of Carco-r, did fail ful . - . nuously to suppress and iny lawful meUiod nox ?-?? ? to wit, rabbits. ? . ??. i ? id words were 'which v ?? ?? i ? uch land.' These words . oeen audeu to the bot .. . nformation, as the land ? ??'??. -ild have hp.en a.nvwhpre ..?? ? ?': . ? ar P.P. Board area. J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

Trsmp and i^pyiS— Press the Bales mmUM brand tliein aud consign in accord- II[Jh^^3^!-^BHH1L '- *'' fiiice with the advice on the right. * VJj^Y r*y '^ r'^^^S^^ fcC~5 'JJhat action consistently proves Vtk*' * *-' fi^Si^3o!^ thoroughness of the firm's work as !MiS^ii*fIlfiIi HI celling brokers. Old in experience ^IP*Wllll fJ W iWWl but young in energy, they give each Wm0-*MassM$tt^&' client full benefit of their special ^iRiiiSSflBHsiflK^S, knowledge in the handling of the ^^HJJBjMfTfi^^MBnuff'i Wincbcombe, Carson Ltd Wmchcmbe Horn., Brldw gt. Sydney. Bnmd, ai !.«. NOTICE A REWARD OF £150 will bfe nniH ♦« «, Information that will lead ?« 1 person or Pers°ns *ivin,' mo SHEEP from^Coombing Park/' nV1Ctl°n °f any°ne STEAL conviction 5 anyone' TamnJf W f?5u to^'Mion leading to th ting on 'CoombLg Park.-6''8 Wlth'^ood Gates or Wire Ne: '^^SSSSS^^S^' Sh°°^ ^biting or Fishir, soa^ mS f ark, Wlll be prosecuted without re*pBct tQ ^ THE WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY LMTXn

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

NUF SED! After 40 Years' Trading in Carcoar we are still doirtsr our best to give satisfaction Clark & Go LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR ' THE

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[?][?] St. Mary's Primary School, Carcoar [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

?r.r-V':'( V:,-Tr.u\!-V/^ St. Mary's Primary School, Carcoar i The following passes were secured by pupils of St. Mary's Primary School. Carcoar, in the recent Merit Examination results issued for the Diocese of Bathurst: Key to subjects. 1, Religion; 2. Eng lish; 3, Arithmetic; 4, Geography; 5, History. j SIXTH CLASS. j Cocper, Valerie, 1M 2P 3P 4H 5H-. Doyle, Barbara, 1H 2H 3P 3H 5H. Payne, Walter. 1H 2M 3H 4M 5M. Savage, Marion 2P 3P 4H 5H. Wa'iker Rose, IM 3P 4M 5M. ! JUNIOR PRIMARY EXAMINATION, j I Key to Subjects: 1, Religion; 2, Eng- j lish; 3, Dictation; x, Writing; 5, Men- , ta! Arithmetic; 6, Written Arithmetic; I 7, History and Geog:aphy.. : FIFTH CLASS. liell, Patricia, 1C IV- 3C -4B 5C 6C, 7C. Blowcs, Ray, 2C 3C 5B 6B 7C. Callan, Ruth, 1C 2C 3C 4C 5C 6C Cassidy, Clare, IB 2A 3A 4C 6C 7C Connolly. Keith, 1C 2t 3 A 4 A 5C 6C Croucher, Kevin, 2C 3 ii 4C 5C. Downes, Jacqueline, 1A IB 3B 4C 5C 6C. Habn, Jeanette, 1C 2B 3B 4B 5C CB Leabeatcr, Doreen, 1C 2B 3 A 4 A 6C 7B. Lowe...

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PATHOLOGIST RRIVES Millthorpe Peas east-Free [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

FUr^ PAIipOOGIST 'Bh} ;v. «'?.? y Millthorpe Peas ; :-:$$£lr. Fred Milthorpe, plant .. ?Vi&.ftyirr**1*: from-^ffae State De i f^fv.-i ???««.-.? ?-;? idfsultare-\ was in ?i;-.' ;r.y 'iy-.ifrjrjpe area last :-rf.;a. ;.??'?? i seed crops and toiVi::^ ' .. i the exception of jkr '?-??(:? :.;,? a;:-, let crops were ab it'te-I, f ''???? ? ' -lease. ¥%»/ i-v. . '?'? ?..-; visit was to locate -ps 'fi -? -'? ???'??? ??'?'?' future production. Miss Phyllis Stinson returned home on Saturday after holidaying at Thirroul, IHawarra district, with her sister, Mrs! Ephraim. *' * * Mr. and Mrs. \V. Dutton are home following a holiday at Seaforth, Manly. Mr. Dutton will resume as headmaster at BJapiey Puhlk SchcoL School re-starts on 1 uesday- next, February 1. * + * Master .Don Hancock returned home to Blayney from. Orange at the week end after being absent for a fortnight. He was the guest of his sister, Mrs Frank Rlark * * * Mrs. Ephraim, together with her two children, are holidaying ai B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

fe'^(^priUTl)AL FIRE DURANCE CO. LTD. * THE IiEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICF ''„?-'*&?? '-; '. '4 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Ertefenj&pjji .integrity are the keynotes of this Company. Sympathetic yvijsideratlon. is the watchword- Prompt and honorable settlement «f all claims is the 'metto.' : ' s !'* — ? »,- ? , ? / ' v Presented throughout this district by ? . , , life J^BRADY -s^JJBOlft^L— ?— ^^^H^^HHHHHflHHHiifllliHIB^HHiHH

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

Cook Bros BLAYNEY | ANNOUNCE that they nave been ap- j pointed, by the Agricultural Depart ment 'as SOLE AGENTS IN THE CARCOAR DISTRICT for receival of all Vegetables grown under contract with the Commonwealth Govern ment. Also Sole Agents for receival -n fically grown Potatoes under the J Government contract scheme. . j FULL PARTICULARS' SUPPLIED j ON APPLICATION.

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Land For Small Holdings [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

Land For Small Holdings 'ByMr.W. J. McKell, Premier ?: .- /£? of-NS.W.) f3Sinpe the withdrawal of provisions ?UKjBWestern Lands (Amendment) /^\|& 1942. 'became operative *on '?? '-;«Kv2S^1943, excellent progress .?? wfil, made in the task of with ' HbR af^ from large pastoral ?^/flRs for settlement. 'Z -il&colleague the Minister for *.?; . |pMr. Tully) informs me that 1 By- 1,800.000 of the 5,250,000 j |iUSe for withdrawal- during- the tft ysear have come into the k of the Crown for disposal and t§Bitber been utilised in the provi / .$f additionals to necessitous '.settlers in the vicinity or de ?i -d into blocks for original hold if reasonable home maintenance ( ? ~~r\ ? \ -.£jf»rox?mately 1,000,000 acres have : ;&?-!? y been made available for ap '?. y'1.' on on- *h&jnaxt~a£-* smoJl Jha\A~ \. . i. 'dia'ditioimIs7andlL.and Boards --? ajwr busy in determining' the or- , i'r ?' preference in allocation, and is ir- is likely to continue for £j .'.: ime....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

?:':??? ^ : ;'?; ; jpsbve' reward wili; be^paid for l|)fnfdfiaBtion leading fc-|ifeev'-jor.victi.oii ^p-Qpiiiy ^person or p'enfglris damaging ^^^e ^ttjng fencing, interfering with m!3fPj||&V- netting gates or cutting or ^^SnT^jg wire from' any of the fences i7%*SUKNY RIDGE,' V- '??,, ?? R. J. FAGAN. ! : 'Sunny Ridjr*1.' M;n-durar-ia. I £ ? : ? ' j ip.J.Boysj (lyndhurst ; AGENT FOR' H. V. McKAY-MASSEY HARRIS : i Lyndhurst-Mandurama j I District ' f|A.CHIN£RY, TWINE, OIL. AND DUPLICATE PARTS ON HAND. \Phone 23 ?— Lyndhurst

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[?] TOWN [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

CARCOAR TOWN TALK ?nah Ross Kelly, of Lawson.     ? , Pte Harry Jones, of Wel-       ?ere the guests of Miss                 ? cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.     of Carcoar. * * * ?Les and Allan Kind are     ?? the school vacation with ?? Aunt, Mrs. W. Hunt, of Orange. ^ * * , i. H. Ewens, of Orange, her ? . . , and his fiancee, Miss Olga if Granviiie, spent a pleasant ? at the Woodville property or ;*- ????? . Mrs. F. Wood. They have ?stui-ned to their respective * * * H. Stammers, of 'Box Hill.' ', is spending holidays with :s in the City. * * * H, Clarke and baby daugh argaret, are the guests or d Mrs. W. Clark--, of Carcoar * * * Mr. and Mrs. C. Heavener and son Phillip, are spending a holiday in Sydney. I * * * Mr. J. Walton and daughter. WiL ga., are spending a re...

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