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Country Politics "Authentic Voice of Rural People" IMPRESSIONS OF THE A.C.P. CONFERENCE BY "OBSERVER" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

Country Politics 'Authentic Void of Rural Peoi IMPRESSIONS OF THE A.C.P. C0NFEI Br 'Observer' 'pHERE could be no n ing the deadly ei ness of the large roll delegates to the Aust Country Party Confere Svtlnpv. From* all over the State th- -representatives of every it men from the towns and \ wool growers, wheat growe dairy farmers; business m- professional men — all the typi..,,. ments which go to make up th-- t,., niunity life of every district in ,\in tralia. For three sweltering days they discussing problems incident.! : 'tI their industries and to rural lii, general. Over and above all, ever, these hard-headed, strai-i,^ thinking men of the outback pressed themselves freely and for. on matters which vitally concern. nation as a whole. For the Aum,,.. !ian Country party is no secti,r|a organisation. It takes a broad ond comprehensive view of all the issij« confronting this young country. it applies to them the robust ki,,. mon-sense of the men and women i,' the soil and the open s...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

CAM REED &. SON (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monnmental Masons. f Adelaide Street, 'Blayney. ' 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. . Local Repi csentatjye: Mr. Arthur Higgs 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BABY HEALTH CENTRE FOR LYNDHURST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

BABY HEALTH CENTRE F O R LYNDHURST A O.W.A. Baby Health Centre for Lyndhurst was decided on at the first meeting this yeai- ot tne C.W.A. at Mandurama. Mrs. Fitzhardinge was in the chair. between 30 and 4u ladies being in at tendance. Another decision arrived at was the building of a new centre at Man durama as early as possible. New members enrolled were Mrs. Ramsay Fisher and Mrs. McGovern. The next meeting will be held on March 25 in the local hall.

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"NO WATER; NO PAY" OFFER TO BLAYNEY SOLVE THE TOWN'S WATER PROBLEM (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

fNO WATER; NO PAY'! 1 OFFER TO BLAYNEY I SOLVE THE TOWN'S WATER PROBLEM (To the Editor). Ijir. — Please allow the undersigned ittle of your valuable space to ke an .open offer to the ratepayers Blayney. t is apparent to many well quali L to know that the present well at i Blue Hole is not making the bunt of water necessary to give town a reasonable supply. Ls water is most essential, especi r during' dry periods, we are pre ed to sink a well near the present s, and guarantee the town, in con iction with the old town supply, ich Is at present operating, all the ter (if pumped) that is necessary the towri*s requirements, without tricticns; for the sum of one hun d pounds (-£100). the Council to -ply the materials for bricking the 1, and to keep the water pumped during operations. Jo water; no pay! (Signed.) — C. CREASY. G. A. HANCOCK.

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BLAYNEY C.W.A. WILL BE "LIVE" BODY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

BLAYNEY C.W.A. WILL BE 'LIVE' BODY ? i At a meeting of Bathurst i C.W.A, branch, the President (Mrs. J.1 J. Sullivan) reported that a meeting had been held! at Blayney at which a local branch of the Association had been formed. I Bathurst officers were present to lend a hand. Bathurst officers were responsible for organising the branch at Blay. ney, and invited Mrs. Mac. Smjth, of Orange, the Group Council president, to preside at the initial meeting. The Blayney branch promises to j I be a live organisation, and should j prove a great help to the Western Group, it was stated. The president also reported to the I Bathurst meeting that this branch ? had donated 15 cushions to the Ser vicewomen's Club. ; Officers of Blayney C.W.A. are j Mesdames Robert Burton (Presi dent), H. Hancock (Hon. Secretary) j and G. A. Jones (Hon. Treasurer).

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

CARCOAR STOCK Iia'.es at Winchcombe. Carson's me'jush auction last Thursday in. ded P. F. Loughlin, Carcoar. 100 thers to 22/8, avg 21/5; J. Den i. Lyndhurst 130 shorn suckers to '4, avg. 19/8.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWBRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

NEWBRIDGE The Methodist Harvest Festival was held at Newbridge on Friday night last. The service was conduct ed by the Rev. Tredennick. During the service vocal itemc were sung by Miss Bamgarten, of Blayney. Her rendition of 'The Lord's Prayer,' was ereatlv appreciated. There were many generous harvest offerings, some of which were an 'eye-opener' considering the very dry weather. At the conclusion of the service, the offerings were sold, I with Mr. Marshal Hood acting as auctioneer. There was much spirited bidding, and a considerable sum oil \ money was raised. NO SPORTS MEETING FOR EASTER MONDAY. At the last meeting of Newbridge Patriotic Fund, it was decided not to hold the Sports meeting at Moor- - ilda on Easter Monday owing to the | closeness of that day to the date | fixed for the sports to be held at ! Hobby's Yards. ' i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMME ARRANGED Agricultural Bureau Conference At Woodstock [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMME ARRANGED Agricultural Bureau Conference At Woodstock South-western district branches of the Agricultural (Bureau will hold their annual conference this year at Woodstock on Wednes day, March 22. Oin this occasion the western district will combine with the southwest. An interesting and comprehensive programme has been arranged, and all members of the public, whether associated with the Agricultural Bu reau or not, are invited to attenu. The policy of the Agricultural Bu reau is one of adult education and seeks to encourage its members to obtain all available information on farming, economic, health and social problems. The conference, which opens at 10 a.m. will be presided over by Mr. A. Young, of Walli. The organising secretary is Mr. W. Rowlands, or 'Greyiands,' Woodstock. The presi dent of W&ugoola Shire, Cr. P. W. Richardson, will extend a welcome to delegates and visitors. Mr; F. Cahill,--M.L.A.P will officially open the ^ebj^raufe at 10.30. Addr...

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Soldiers Hang About Streets BLAYNEY WANTS REST-ROOM [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

Soldiers Hang About Streets BLAYNEY WANTS REST ROOM Blayney is still trying to got a soldiers' rest-room in the town. Troops passing through frequently have to lounge about town to till in their time. They want a place where Lhey can wash, write letters, read oi oiay a game. The matter was discussed at last meeting of Llie Advance B]n.ynoy League. Mrs. Munkton wrote offering to give .full assistance, with other help ers, if premises could be found. Mr. F. Hough commented on the number of men frequently seen about the street. Archdeacon Wight: It is really a Comforts Fund job. Mr. W. Jackson: Troops come into my shop asking where they can wash or write a letter. The League decided to write let ters to the Blayney Patriotic Com mittee and Mrs. Muncktort to see? what con be done.

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COWRA RACES AND TROTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

COWRA RACES AND TROTS — — i Cowra Jockey Club and Cpwra'l Diggers will conduct an Easter rac ing and trotting carnival this 3«ar. The meeting will bftlwjd on Easter Saturday, April 8, Easter ^Monday, Aptfl i^Bn4,pn 3Alu*r^jf3MWii PriTArtinnsv will' total ' £400. Nomina tions for all events will close with the secretary at 8 p.m. on Friday. March 24. Two trotting events will be held at each meeting, and nom inations for these will close at 8 p.m. on March 24. . The Diggers' Jockey Club meeting will be that on April 15.

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

T. G. STAMMERS auctioneer STOCK AND STATION AGENT ? ' i CARCOAR ? ? ? Sales conducted In Any Part of tht , District Agent For: — Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. Insurance Compan- | DOMO SEPARATORS

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

II WHERE TO BUY THE 'CHRONICLE' ['THE CHRONICLE' is cn sale at the [following Newsagents: P MRS. HEALY, Blayney. V/. CLARK. Carcoat. C- J* LEABEATER, Lyndburst. | \iRS.. ROSSER, Blayney. I C. AMOS, Milltborpe. j c. H- BUCKLEY, Mandurama. MAY ^ DEVENISH, Neville. W. H- HILL, Woodstock. KliN'Di. Y PLACE YOUR ORDER, as «,.usorint restrictions necessitate a STRICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER Of EXTRAS PRINTED.

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

I All. Collins ENSED STOCK AND STATION AGENT. grency for Unit nsurance Co. PHONE: NEVILLE 24. ? the colonial mutual fire I INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. H THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICF 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Efficiency and integrity are the keynotes of this Company. Sympathetic *°nsideratlon is the watchword. Prompt and honorable settlement of all claims is the 'motto.' leprpsfiited throughout this district by — H w. J. BRADY — CARCOAR I NOTICE M A e®WARD OF £150 will bfe paid to the person or persons giving Jnformntion that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL Hl/t ® SHEEP from 'Coombing Park.' ? ' * REWARD OF £50 will be paid for information leading to thf conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Nec mg on 'Coombing Park.*' H f°UND TRESPASSING, Shooting. Rabbiting or Fishing _n iCoombihg Park,' will be prosecuted without resptect to pel «ons. 20/4/'27. ? THE WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY LIMITED

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

AUSSIE ; Picture# j LYNDHURST TO-NIGHT (Wed.), Mfcfe II r i * BENEFIT SHO^|A;v| 'TALL DARK AND with Virginia Gilmore. Rogers in 'GOUNBN SATURDAY, MidaBwi Fathers, Mothers &So#is, 'MT SON, MY And: MaryLee to

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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

BLAYNEY TOWN TALK Sister Jean Hardiman, of the Prince Henry Hospital, Sydney, has been spending a few days in Blayney with her father, Mr. Geo. Hardiman, of Mount Street. * ?. * * Miss S. Coffey has been having a I well-earned holiday, making a trip to Sydney for the purpose. ! * * * Mjss Gwen Crofts, who has been in Sydney, arrived in Blayney on Mon day. Gwen is a Tresilian nurse, and in the next day or two will take up duties at Manildra. She is the daugh. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crofts. * * * Keith Ryan, A.I.F., who has been spending leave with his parents in Blayney,. left on Monday morning to return to camp. * * * Captain Harry Pullen, well-known Blayney resident, is home on leave. He has seen service in the Middle East and New Guinea. ♦ * * The Rev. E. Tredinnick journed to Sydney on Monday morning to attend the annual Methodist Conference. It is probable that Mr. Tredinnick will be- away about a fortnight. * * * Mr. Walker, signalman at Mur rabo, is on annual holidays. * *...

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

WEVILLE PARS The girls of the. Neville C.W.A. Younger Set hope to. see a record -srowd at their dance, to be. held on ... March 3. The function is in aid of f$ie Neville Bush Fire Brigade, which //Incurred heavy expenses during the ZgiS&reek of bush fires in that district , Ijy^The annual meeting of Neville Ju- ; ^?Stfor Fanners' Club, held on Friday j jjEfgat, elected the following officers for ^tojensping 12 months: President, gaipah^ -Collins; Vice-Presidents Alf ajbd Fred Brown; Secretary, Joan McGregor; Treasurer, Beryl De venish. It was decided to use the money in hand from last year's show to start a Club library. Five entries were received for the best garden i plot in the State Championships. The meeting was followed by games and supper.

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MANDURAMA GIRL'S GOOD PASS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

MANDURAMA GIRL'S GOOD PASS Miss Veronica Fletcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Fletcher, of Som ers had a very good Intermediate Ex amination pass, securing 5 A's and 2 B's. For arithmetic, she received 100 marks. Veronica is a pupils of the Convent at Carcoar. She has two sis ters attending the local public school and by all accounts they will be as brilliant. GALLYMONT FIRE. Quite a stir was caused in the town when the news was made known that another bush fire had broken out on Mr. James White's property, at Gallymont. It was brought under control after it had spread into Mr. Healey's 'Little Forest' property. ! Food provisioning was short, but ! Mr. D. J. Knight got work and he with two volunteers, were soon on the way with plenty.

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THE HOSPITAL SPEAKS. Chaff, Wheat, Or Potatoes.. DONATIONS WOULD HELP [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

THE HOSPITAL SPEAKS. Chaff, Wheat, Or Potatoes . . DONATIONS WOULD HELP Well, things are going well in Blay ney Hospital. At the February meeting cf the Directors, the balance sheet revealed one of the best financial positions for quite a long time. I a mquite sure? the general public will be gratified at this state of affairs. This does not mean that there is any surplus of funds, but that all accounts have been almost met. This, however does not suggest that we can rest) on our laurels or be come .complacent. There are constant responsibilities and it requires the constant co-operation and support of nno onH oil tn ma^ntoin fhn AffiAianf I running of the Hospital. There must | be a close vigilance on all expenses, | and the Matron and staff, as well as the Board, are most careful to ob serve every possible economy. Must Not Forget The Oow! It is necessary now to feed the cow. A donation of a bag or bags of chaff would be most acceptable. Per | haps our country friends, seeing this...

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CORRESPONDENCE. METER ALL PREMISES ONLY WAY TO CONTROL WATER USAGE (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944

^^BBJ^PQNPENCE. fjpTER ALL SflEMISES v ONLY WAY TO CONTROL WATER USAGE (To the Editor). Sir, — Having read of the proposal ; to inspect the drives at the iocal ? /waterworks to ascertain whether' ithpre is any blockage which is con tributing to the water shortage, I ; wduld like to say that in company with others I made an inspection of the drives some years a#o, when the ; extensions to the original drives had 'been completed, and the water yield ? therefrom had proved disappointing. _The inspection simply showed that those who originally planned the lo water supply scheme knew their Job, and the drives had been con structed. in the path of the under, a ground water flow and probably re covered 95 per cent, of the water ob. tamable in that way. ;? fe:.- were of very doubt s' J^uncipal Council cS?-' Obtained a report from Mr. if my recollection serves was little he could say the. matter. As the drives IfliBi there is little possibil |gg|M^ any blockage which, could af jjBHpPg^.'tlie...

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

.j(-1 - ' Ipf. J. Brady, Carcoar Spl Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Properly Salesman :v and Estate Agent. WUEtxtjii: * BBI' Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator, i Bik DISTRICT AGENT FOR: ?x IHKf^COjLONlAL MUTUAL FIRS INSURANCE CO. LTD. Classes of Insurance). ?^K.5;WlLGGX, MOFFLIN. LTD.: Famour 'Tri-Kos' Drenches «*nd LTD. AND GATES. MB^^^^p&'aTMEERING COY. LTD. and Duplicates). Licensed Agent: £50 REWARD ! ?HTHE above reward will be paid for j 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 j of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE ' I : ?' R.^J. FAGAN, ,

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