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PACKED HALL FOR LYNDHURST CONCERT OVER £36 REALISED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

PACKED HALL FOR LYNDHURST CONCKjq OVER £36 REALISED A packed hall greeted the ar tists at the concert, held m the Memorial Hall, Lyndhurst, on Tuesday night last. It is expected that an amount ex ceeding £36 will be raised as a result of the effort. Rev. Mr. McDonald, Presbyterian minister, opened the concert. Hearty applause greeted all items, the audience keenly appreciating the attention given to detail by the ar tists. THE PROGRAMME Pianoforte solo, Mrs. C. Toshack; solo, 'Mary of Argyle,'Mr. A. Peine; musical sketch, 'U.S.A. Marines,' pu. , pils of Hazlewood School; solo, 'Where The Shannon Flow Down to The Sea,' Miss M. Marsden; chorus, 'One Dozen Roses,' Local Girls; solo, 'Carnival,' Mrs. .Doust, senr.; sketch, the Blayney Players; chorus, 'Two Little Girls in Blue,' local children; solos, 'Home, Sweet Home' and . 'Charmaign,' Miss Z. Bamgarten; | chorus, 'Ten Little Nigger Boys,' lo- : cal lads; duet, 'Where My Caravan j Has Rested,' Misses Marsden: reci- j tation. 'The Hin...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shearing Labor Position Army Personnel Likely To Be Released [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

Shearing Labor Position Army Personnel Likely To Be Released ? ? A survey of labor likely to be avail able for the 1944 shearing season had disclosed that, after all other sources had been tapped, it would still be necessary to recommend the release of skilled shearing personnel at pre. sent in the fighting services. This was stated recently by the Di rector-General of Manpower (Mr. wurth) who said that recommenda tions for release would be xept to the barest minimum, and would be sub ject to a number of conditions. These were that applications for the release of skilled shearing personnel from the Army must be accompanied by a guarantee -that the man,' if released will be employed during the shearing season for 24 weeks or more, and that I the man released must agree to work in the shearing industry during the | shearing season, and during the off season the shearer must agree to work where required by the Man power Directorate. Mr. Wurth added that all applica tions for release mu...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT STOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

DISTRICT STOCK At the Homebush auctions last Thursday. Winchcombe, Carson's sales included: G. Hoad, Lyndhurst. 113 xbred1 suckers to 24/, avg. 19/4; Mrs. T. Byrnes, Lyndhurst, 47 xbred wethers 23/1, 14 hoggets 19/2, 30 shorn xbred lambs 13/7; N. B. Con nolly, Lyndhurst, 106 xbred suckers to 20/7, avg. 19/4; W. Brown, New. bridge, .81 xbred ewes to 16/5, avg 15/2, 21 shorn xbred suckers 15/7.

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COMMON FOR GOLDEN GULLY Meeting To Appoint Trustees Necessary [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

COMMON FOR GOLDEN GULLY Meeting To Appoint Trustees Necessary Mr. E, E. O'Halloran Member for tiw District, has been inform ed by the Under Secretary of the gazettal of a Common at iGolden Gully. | The Under Secretary's letter reads: I 'Dear Mr. O'Halloran,— With ref erence to your personal representa tions on behalf of Mrs. A. Lynch, of Golden Gully, relative to the Common at Golden Gully, I have to inform you that, by notice in the Govern ment Gazette of 24th December 1943, portion 92 of 129 acres, Parish of iBelubula, was notified as Reserve No. 71116 for Temporary Common, and it would be appreciated if Mrs. Lynch would take the necessary ac tion to call a public meeting with a view to five local residents being nominated for appointment as Trus tees of such Common. 'In this regard it would be compe tent, if so desired, for two persons i who reside on the area under Miners' j Right and three persons from the j town, to be nominated for appoint : ment. After trustees have been ap ...

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ARTICLE No. 2. Bleeds Sheep To Death LARGE STOMACH WORM [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

A^TEOLI!: No. 2. |fllee$s Sheep To f'^Death V. / ' LARGE STOMACH WORM This series of articles deal vyith sheep diseases covered; dur injg the field days recently held at Porter's Retreat and Bigga. He demonstrations were 1 ar ranged by the Division of Animal Industry of the NJS.W. Depart ment of Agriculture. f _ Our first article (published iri last f -issue of the 'West Macquarie) dealt f with the kind of worms — 30 all told — -found in sheep. . ^ article, specific information is given concerning the large stom ach worm. This worm, about 1 inch r long kills sheep by bleeding them to . death. The- large stomach worm also known as barber's worm, pole 'worm, i twisted wire red worm, etc., and to -eeience as Haemonchus Contortus, is found-in the fourth stomach of sheep ' where they live suck. ? !°u..i ^ m 811(1 day out for the ? :3WM»e of their life-time — atd this ' several months. female -worms produce eggs and day out for their life-time iiytt P?6 rate of about 5000 per female ' hou...

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Why? [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

Why ? Why must we have enough memory to recall the tiniest detail what has happened to us, and not have enough to remember how many times we have told it to the same person? — La Rochefoucauldt.

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"LITTLE MEN BEING BOUGHT OUT" Land Settlement At Cowra [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

'IITTLE MEN BEING BOUGHT OUT' Land Settlement At Cowra ITANY of the 30 young farmers j who attended the Land Board were very bitter over the fact that despite all the high-sounding state ments about closer settlement, small men were gradually being bought out by the big neighbors, says the Cowra 'Guardian.' 'The big chaps are grabbing up more land all the time,' said, one farmer. 'At the present time one big district property is selling living areas of 320 acres as ad ditions to neighboring properties at £10 an acre. The Government is al ways saying how sympathetic it is to closer settlement, and yet it allows the big property holders to acquire more and more land. It's closer set tlement in reverse.'

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BLAYNEY RECREATION CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

BLAYNEY RECREATION j CENTRE The Advance Blayney League is not finding it easy to provide a recreational centre for the youth of the town. f Messrs. C. Abbott and Joff Vidler ^ were deputed some time ago to see j what could be done. Mr. Abbott re- | ported to tiie February meeting that ( it was 'difficult to get the right man I to take charge of it. Suitable quart ! ers and equipment (boxing gloves, [ punching ball, etc) also had to be ob I tained. | It was left to Messrs. Abbott and Vidler to see what they could ar range in the matter.

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Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

Lyndlmirst Personals Mrs. C. Moss is at present a patient in Carcoar District Hospital. Her condition is causing' her relatives some concern. The hope is expressed that she will soon recover. * * * L./Cpl. Keith Cant is at present spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cant. Keith has tieen in a Northern hospital for some time, and his many friends were glad to see him again on the road to good health. * * * Miss Edna Leabeater has returned 1 to Blayney after spending a week's I holiday with her parents at Lynd hurst. v' * * * Mrs. Clarrie. Wilson is a patient in Carcoar Hospital with a poisoned fin ger. o. ^ * * * Suffering a severe attack of Bron chitis, Mr. P. Morris has been forced to relinquish work for the time be ing. * * * Mrs. E. Wilson is spending holi days with relatives at Caloola and Bathurst. * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. Townsend are the guests of the former's parents at the local Post Office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

SPECIAL HORSE SALE BATHURST CORPORATION YARDS Friday, February 25, 1944 10 a.m. 200 Horses 200 Included in the number will be a draft of 12Q SADDLE and DRAUGHT HORSES, station-bred. Horses will be sold as booked with the Agents. BURKE BROS. luctkmeers. 'Pliones: 267, 149, 5S6 C.W.A. -nn hi C.W.A. will meet in the Man, durama SchcoT of Arts on SAT URDAY, February 26, 1944. Will all members please attend.— Mrs. Alec. Rowlands, Hon. Sec. Public Meeting A PUBLIC MEETING is to be held at the School of Arts, Carcoar, on Saturday Next, 26th Inst, at 3.30 p.m. for the purpise of arranging a work ing bee to tidy up the cemetery. W. MAYBURY, Convener. A Presbyterian Church Fair will be held in the MANDURAMA SCHOOL^ OF ARTS, in aid of Pres byterian Church Funds, on . . . APRIL 15th, 1944 COMMENCING AT 2 P.M. Stalls, Cool Drinks, Afternoon tea (1/-), and Light Tea (1/6)-. Afternoon Tea from 3 p.m. Light Tea from 5.15 p.m. Iwusical Items During Afternoon. — Mrs. McDonald, Presi dent; Mrs. Alec. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

All. Collins JCENSED STOCK AND STATION AGENT. Agency for Unit nsurance Co. PHONE: NEVILLE 24. E. J. Boys LYNDHURST AGENT FOR K v. McKAY-MASSEY HARRIS ^.urst-Mandurama District machinery, twine, oil, and DUPLICATE PARTS ON HAND. Phone 23 Lyndhurst % Utk ufkick u-e Awte .... ? . £vary ptnny saved is ft diroct contribution to the war effort. de help the war eflort U we place i our money in a Saving* Bank ?pcojmt. or ii we buy 5/- National .Savings Stampa. thus avoiding tooneceasaiy aptadino. One page o! a National Savings Stamp, book 'WlUeonUm Anouah (tamps (£2) for use »? a deposit or instalment on ? * W«S$ati.. wlifle ihe lull book will purchase a £10 Bond outright vV . ..®W-B8pS*» ?*! slamus (£2)* will be accepted as a deposit to a ' ? Clinic -account ii required. *^l^oito5ji»iKboelc ''and purchase your 5/- National Savings Stamps bom ia^ ^ving*; Bank or Money Order Post Office and put your oo service to . ' * the victpjiy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

£5€ REWARD rpHE above reward will be paid for information leading to the convic tion of any person or persons dama ging wire netting* fencing, interfer ing with flood or netting gates or cutting or removing wire from any of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE.' R. J. FAGAN, 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama. Missed The Spot The Oo-Operative Bank of New buryport (Mass.) spent £100 in reno vating a vacant house. Then they .di covered that the liouse did not belong to them— theirs was two doors away. COUNTRY CLIENTS g CAN MAIL ORDERS | WE HAVE JUST LANDED 40 DOZ. PAIRS ART SILK STOCKINGS— Perfect Seamed Backs; First Quality. SPECIAL PRICE, Pair ? 3/9 (2 CouppnsJ .. ALSO ' :. 25 DOZ. PAIRS LADIES' fINE LISLE STOCKINGS— - The First Lot We Have Had for Three Years. Perfect Finish. Limit: Two Pairs to Each Customer. PRICE, Pair ? 4/9 (4 Coupons). A LARGE RANGE OF LAMPSHADES — In Various ?Shapes and Sizes have just landed. * - PRICES, FROM ? ? 3/11 each , Stan Mallick FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE DANCE AT HOBBY'S...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

THANKS I MR. A CANT, of Garland, wishes tol thanks all who worked so hard dur ing the fires on his property.

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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

CARCOAR TOWN TALK Pte. Kevin Kind, son of Mr. John Kind, of Carcoar. who is a p.o w. in Japanese hands, in a radio message said: he is well and safe, and sends kind regards to his many friends and relatives in Australia. Mr. Kind has also received two letters from Kevin since the fall of Singapore.   ' ♦ ♦ * A quiet but pretty Wedding was   celebrated recently at St. Brigid's   Catholic Church, Marrickville, when   Moyya Patricia Evles. eldest daughter   of the late Mr W. J. Brady, of Car-   coar, and Mrs. C. Brady, of Marrick- ville, was married to Corporal Albert Reginald Cumes, A.I.F. only son of Sergeant and the late Mrs. Cumes, of Marackville In a letter to his aunt, Miss E. Kind, of Carcoar, Group Capt. T. J. Denton, of Wellington (N.Z.), who is a member of the R.N.Z.A.F., and once lived at Carcoar, says he is enjoying a few days home leave after a busy sixteen months visiting units in the North Paci...

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OBITUARY Mr. William Morrison [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

OBITUARY Mr. William Morrison The death occurred in Blayney Dis- trict Hospital on Monday morning of Mr. William Morrison, of 'Little Hills,' Moorilda. Mr. Morrison, who was 79, was a very well-known resident of the New- bridge — Blayney district.   Obituary details will appear in the 'West Macquarie' on Friday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

ok Bros BLAYNEY Jounce that they have been ap ted by the Agricultural Depart -ni as agents in the CARCOAR district receival of all Vegetables under contract with * Commonwealth Govern rnt. pjii Agents for r^opfval of ernwn Pntatops under thr went contract scheme. SUPPLIED ! E. J. Boys LYNDHURST AGENT FOR H. V. McKAY-MASSEY HARRIS Lyndhurst-Mandurama District machinery, twine, oil. and DUPLICATE PARTS ON HAND. Phone 23 — Lyndhurst ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

APPRECIATION I DESIRE to express my sincere thanks to the men who helped save my property from the fire which threatened it on Sunday, 13th Feb ruary. , .. I wish especially to thank the Misses Meg. Boys and Monica Kind for their assistance in helping to serve refreshments to fire-fighters, and also to the men who helped by bringing food. ' JOSEPH HINES. 'The Meadows,' Lyndhurst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

MARCH HGttSE SAIife Date to be Advertised In these Columns Later. LIMITED NUMBER OF ENTRIES ONLY WILL BE ACCEPTED. NORMAN C. BELLAMY & CO., - Agents, - COWKA. COME TO WOODSTOCK SOUTHWESTERN DISTRICT CON FERENCE OF AGRICULTURAL. BUREAU COMPREHENSIVE PRO. GRAMME. GENERAL AND LADIES' SESSIONS. OPEN TO PUBLIC WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22 Starting 10 a.m. [ BALL AT NIGHT. Piccadilly Orches tra. W. Rowlands, Hon. Sec. BUY YOUR VICTORY Si '? BOND Through This Simple SAVINGS PLAN! ^ 4 Bu* */- 1 N*tto*«l Savins* Sumps at «ny Money Order Kv^Aiw Post Office or Savings Bank throughout Aus tralia. 2 Paste these stamps as you buy :« them into the National Savings * Sump Book which will be given % you free. There are 5 pages. .'j, each with room for 8 stamps, oc £2 worth. This 'is enough to pay a deposit on a £10 Bond when the Loan is open, or to pay an instalment on a Bond at any time. 3 A full book has space for 40 W_. ?tamps, or £10 worth. Use these to pay for a £10 Bond as soon as you have coll...

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REALISTIC VIEW OF AERIAL "DOG-FIGHT" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

REALISTIC VIEW OF AERIAL 'DOG-FIGHT' Ceaselessly R.A.F. aircraft patrol the Bay of Biscay , on lookout for U-boats attempting to creep through - the -'Strai s °f|0°ver- Picture shows an air battle m Iprogress as German fighters endeavor to drive off the Inquisitive R*A.F. planes.

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FARMER FINED £1 FOR RABBITS "Ground Too Sticky For Digging" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

FARMER FINED £1 FOR RABBITS 'Ground Too Sticky For Digging' The Carcoar Pastures Protec tion Board. in a campaign against landholders who do not make reasonable efforts to eradi cate rabbits oil their properties, secured its seconded conviction | this year in the Cowra police court at last sitting. The Board was prosecuting Doug las Pratt, of Nargong. alleging that between November 3u of last yea arid January 1. of this year he fail, ed to destroy rabbits on the property he was managing. The property is owned by Wirikley Bros. In defence Pratt denied the alle gation and said that he had (jontin ously endeavored to eradicate the pests on every portion of the prop erty with the exception of the P . j Hills, a piece of land comprising about 140 acres. THISTLES 6 FEET HIGH, Owing to the stickiness of the hil'.s and surrounding thistles which grew to a height of about 6 feet, he was unable to eradicate them to a fjreat extent. The P.P. Board rabbit inspector (Mr. A. A. Cooley) prosecuti'...

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