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LAND FOR SOLDIERS ON BASIS OF LEASES IN PERPETUITY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

LAND FOR SOLDIERS ON BASIS OF LEASES IN PERPETUITY The Minister for Lands, Mr. Tully stated recently that the Closer Settlement Amendment (Conversion) Act 1343, wliicli provides for the conversion of Settlement Purchases anu Sol diers' Group Purchases into Leases in Perpetuity, came into operation on March 6. The measure carries into effect the promise made by the Premier (Mr. McKell) in his Rural Policy Speech, regarding the conversion of those ten ures, added Mr. Tully, and its main purpose is to bring about a very substantial reduction in the annual payments which the settlers will in future be required to make to the ; Crown. Both tenures at present carry an obligation to pay an annual instal ment of 5 per cent, of the capital v.uuc, muuuiiig lnieregi at tne rate of 4 per cent. Upon conversion, the settler will obtain a Lease in per petuity at a rental of 2& per cent of the amount required to complete the purchase, or an amount equivalent to the fair market value on a fr...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
First Victory Loan [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

First Victory Loan J With the First Victory loan, £ 150,000,000, opening on MarJ: patriotic members of the comniun:!, deciding just what they can do ! in order to lend all they can to ! tralia. It it is neccssary to make sm.i.! f ices to find the cash to subscrib. ;o th new loan, then those sacrifices must 1 made with a cheerful heart. After all, what is generally referred t as a sacrifice, or self denial, by the av erage person, usual'iy only amounts 1 the elimination of the purchase o! non essentials. Today, with everyone in employment and many people finding thL:r.v.!vc with surplus money in their po.krts there is. unfortunately, a tender.ev to some people to squander their c.^h b] buying luxuries at ridiculously lii^l prices, in many cases, tney buy i:'. u? black market. People who do thai onlj hinder the war effort by w.isur.; rc sourccs of manpower and material r.eed ed for war production. They alv pres: against the price ceiling which h.ii h'« | set to keep prices down and th...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Worst Show" By Ratepayers 99 Land and Stock Returns Outstanding [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

'Worst Show' By Ratepayers 99 Land and Stock Returns Outstanding Carooar P.P. Board is having trouble with the collection of land and stock returns. Bother was experienced last year, but the position this year appears to be worse. I Mr. J. E. Walker, secretary of the Board, reported to last meeting that it was the worst show put up by the ratepayers since he had been in the Board's service. There were 9S outstanding returns and all should have been in by Jan uary 10. The Secretary said he had sent along two notices and topped them off with a final notice. The Chairman thought that some thing stronger than a final notice WUU1U Jiitve uts Lypeu. UUU ne SUg gested that a notice be sent stating that if the returns were not in by a certain date legal action would oe taken. Mr. Walker's idea was to write a letter telling those concerned that if the returns were not in by next meeting lie would secure permission to prosecute. The matter was left in the Sec retary's hands. ?St 1 i i .1

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Lyndhurst Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

Lyndhurst Personal Items Mrs J Wilson and her two child. renT of Auburn, are holidaying at Lyndhurst as the guests of Mrs. Wil son's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. Green. Mrs. R. Hoad and her small dau ghter, Janice, are expected home to day (Wednesday) from Bathuist. Congratulations are wtc — ^ Mrs. Stammers on attaining her 84th birthday. . . At present enjoying annual holi days, is Mr. J. Garron, of the local railway staff. , Mr W Leabeater, of 'The Wil lows.' suffered severe injuries when he was kicked by a cow at his dairy last week. The muscles of a leg were torn and severe bruises inflicted to the foot. Mr. Leabeater sought medi cal attention. GRASS FIRE, i Believed to have been started by lightning, a fire broke out last week on Mr. A. Cant's property. Fortu nately assistance was soon forthcom ing and the fire was quickly brought under control. Only a small quantity of grass was burnt. 47 POINTS OF RAIN. As a result of a thunderstorm. 47 | points of rain were reg...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

V -V S. V . . N ? - . ' WOOLTO-£*J ^ Tramp and Press tbe Bales , . brand them and- consign in accord- J l $-j~ - ftnce with the advice on the right. ?*( jr^Y *~¥ - . That action consistently proves ft% ||||j| 3j|^K Its soundness results from the ' ' j ! 11 If!] HaiL t thoroughness of the firm's work, as |1| K|| HSlf ' selling brokers. Old in experience !£ || I Ik i ^ Kg# but young in energy, they give each client full benefit of their special knowledge in the handling of thfe ^ Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. Wlnchoombe House, Bridge St., Sydney. Branch at lass.

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MORE CARTRIDGES FOR GENERAL PUBLIC ? [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

MORE CARTRIDGES FOR GENERAL PUBLIC ? Writes a correspondent: A reasoned argument has been presented for the release of more am munition for civilians. Australia is now obviously well stocked with this vital war necessity, but some of it could be well used aerainst nests whioh destroy grass and crops in the rural areas- The Government should also give consideration to the revival of rifle and gun clubs through out Australia, because their exist ence before the war meant a lot to the nation when the dark clouds eventually did darken our horizon.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT STOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

DISTRICT STOCK Sales at Winchcombe Carson's Homebush auction last Thursday in cluded H. E. Kater, Oberon, 12 steers to £12; P. F. Loughlin, Carcoar, 7 vealers to £9/12/, avg. £8/5/5, 4 heif ers to £7/4/, avg. £7/3/6; N. B. Pur ser, Blayney, 36 wethers and hoggets to 22/6, avg. 14/3, 175 xbred ewes to 12/4, avg. 11/10.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIBLE QUOTATIONS PART OF RAFT EQUIPMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

BIBLE QUOTATIONS PART OF RAFT EQUIPMENT I ? ? The newest life raft, submitted to tests by representatives of the armed forces and the Maritime Commission, is reported to contain all sorts of things to provide for the material comfort of men whose vessels have ueen torpedoed or bombed, even to two canvas berth beds on which in jured men can be placed. But the designers have not over looked the spiritual values and have included a Bible with a special leaf let guide to its use. Although the author of this lit.e concordance is not identified he ob- j viously is one who not only knows I his Bible but also the men wno go i down to the sea jn ships. I He is aware that few mpn wVin win use his raft are sufficiently familiar with the greatest of all books to know just where to turn for the ad vice and comfort with which it so bounteously is filled. He tells them how quickly to find the best-known parts, the Sermon on the Mount tne Lord's Prayer, the Beatituaes, ah., the parable so popular w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

Nation-wide tall -up 'OLD RAGS There's an important war job waiting for you can find. Worn-out garments, old curtains and bed-linen, discarded cleaning cloths, old rugs an-j carpets, sewing left-overs . . . they're all wanted. The Naw alone uses hundreds °f tons of waste rag a year f°r cleaning engines and equipment. The Army, especially the motorised divisions, needs vast quantities, too. R.A.A.F. Ground Staffs must have old rags for 'wipers' to keep their 'planes in fighting trim. fam„ ^ ~ War industries require tons of |js==J*jPl^r waste rag to clean delicate ma chinery. As well, there are many urgent and essential uses for all old rags! Turn OUt tIle bundle you possibly can. jjf' -B Ask your local ^ Q SALVAGE C0RPS he*Warters #/ or your LOCAL COUNCIL to put you on their Collection List /?reed ly the Commonuiealth Salvage Commission. ? ? ? ? - ? R.(-t7C

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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WONDERFUL FUTURE OF LACHLAN VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

WONDERFUL FUTURE OF LACHLAN VALLEY VX^ITH adequate water supplies and proper irrigation there was no limit to the possible development of the Lachlan Valley, Mr. H. Edge 11 told a recent Rotary Club luncheon when he gave a short address on the development of the canning industry at Cowra, -says the Cowra 'Guard- ian.' Mr. Edgell said that water was the key to the development of the valley and the future growth to a large extent depended on the intel ligent use of that water along the valley floor. There could be 50 000 population situated in the areas be i tween Cowra and Forbes, said Mr. j lilcigell. In similar areas .n America i cities had grown up among areas j where there was intensive cultivation of liver flats- Soil experts had at tin?e stated that the Lachlan was among the richest in the world as re gards soil fertility. It compared irore than favorably with the fam ed Sacramento valley in California Referring to the growing of vege tabler; at Cowra, Mr. Edgell said that the ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

£50 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 urates or cutting or removing wire from any of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE ' ' R. J. FAGAN, 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama. All Collins licensed stock and station AGENT. Agency for Unit nsuranc© Co. PHO^E: NEVILLE 24.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New British Day Bomber [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

New* British Day Bomber ? ? ? One of the first pictures to be taken of the R.A.F.'s new Mitchell 6.25 Day Bombers in operation. These planes have been in action with great success in most of the recent big raids over enemy territory.

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COUNTRY WOMEN PUTS HER CASE The Saturday Half-Holiday (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

COUNTRY WOMEN PUTS HER CASE The Saturday Half Holiday (To the Editor). Sir, — I have read with very great regret in the 'Lyndhurst Shire Cnronicle,' about making Saturday a half-holiday. This is a terrible thing. If there is any human thought in town women's minds for us poor unfortunate country women, they will be up and vote against it. Why not let Wednesday continue as the holiday, with Sunday? This is fair to your country sisters. Now I will state my case: I have to travel to Lyndhurst by sulky and horse, a distance of 12 eniles. Very good — that means I only go once a wefek, Saturday afternoon. Why Saturday? Well, we have pic tures every Saturday in Lyndhurst, and I would not do justice to my home or myself by going to town in the morning. By making Saturday the half-holiday, we would have to go to town on a Friday. That means a landowner's wife see no pictures; no dances; no nothing! It's the same old tale. Women on the land have work ed and slaved. For what? To pay Shire rate...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WANTED AT WOODSTOCK Stock Loading Stage And Ramp [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

WANTED AT WOODSTOCK Stock Loading Stage And Ramp Woodstock landholders want a loading stage and ramp erected at Woodstock railway station. Dir. R. J. Hailstone, speaking on their behalf at the March meeting of Carcoar P.P Board, asked that the Railway Department be approached in regard to the matter. The ramp would be used for load ing stock. The Board decided to make repre sentations to the Department.

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REST ROOM FOR SOLDIERS AT BLAYNEY Patriotic Fund to Inspect Premises [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

REST ROOM FOR SOLDIERS AT BLAYNEY Patriotic Fund to Inspect Premises Blayney Patriotic Fund is right behind the establishment of a rest room in Blayney for sol diers travelling through the town, The matter was fully discussed at last meeting when it was thought that something should be done im mediately. The Committee is now out to do all it can to get the room going. The meeting decided to confer with the Ladies' Auxiliary and inspect the premises in Adelaide Street next Tuesday night. Archdeacon Wignt ana uie irxesi dent (Mr. R. H. Clark) were appoint- , ed to make the inspection. The Committee did consider pro ceeding with the previous idea of establishing a rest room at the Rail way Institute with that body's appro val. Although the idea was not aban doned, -he Committee wishes to ex- . plore other possibilities. 1 *

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NO COUPONS FOR FOOTBALL WEAR [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

NO COUPONS FOR FOOTBALL WEAR rJTHE Rationing Commission had re fused to allow the issue of foot ball jerseys, hose, and footballs unless the statutory number of coupons was surrendered. The Group 10 secretary (Mr. T. L. Thirlwell) stated this in a letter read at last night's annual j meeting 01 rsauiursi tiugDy ljeagut*. Mr. Thirlwell said representations on the matter had been made to the re sponsible Government authorities, who, while giving sympapthetic hear ing to the requests, emphasised that no hope for a relaxation of the pre sent regulations for some time should be entertained. The Rationing Commissioner explained that applica tion for jerseys and hose must be made on printed forms with a respon sible official to collect the necessary coupons, Mr .Thirlwell added. A statesman believes that he be longs to the country, while the poli tician believes that the country be longs to him. — Anon.

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WATER SUPPLIES WERE LOW [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

WATER SUIWES WERE LOW Apparently some stockowners' water supplies were not able to I withstand the dry spell, A number of landholders asked permission at last Carcoar P.P. Board ! meeting to travel stock to reserves | for water. The matter was left in the hands of the Stock and Rabbit Inspectors. However, the recent rain might have solved the problem.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHEEPSKINS UNCHANGED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

SHEEPSKINS UNCHANGED Winchcombe Carson Ltd. report: — Prices for sheepskins were without change at the past week's Sydney sales. Best 2 to full wool merinos sold from, 9jd to 12d per lb, ordinary 7ld to 9|d, two-third wools 7Jd to 9d, b wools 6d to 73d, 3rd wools i&a to 51d, J-wools l|d to 33d, lambs 4d to |8d. Best 5 to full wool crossbreds, medium to fine quality, made from 7id to 9£d. ordinary 6Jd to 8d, two third wools 53d to 8d, J wools 5d to ? 6?,d, 3rd wools 3d to 5d, \ wools Id to 3d, lincolns 3Jd to 6id. Pelts sold from Jd to 2|d per lb. Hides, calf skins and yearlings were appraised at late rates. Quotations: Country heavy hides 5!Jd to 6£d per lb. med ium 5ld to 6id, light 6d tci 8id, best country calfskins to 12 Jd per lb, cuts to lid. faulty to 9Jd. best country yearlings to lOJd per lb, cuts to 9d. faulty to 8jd. ? Take care to get what you like, or you will be forced to like what you

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY KILLING CENTRES: QUESTION IN PARLT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

COUNTRY KILLING CENTRES : QUESTION IN PARtT. »J«HE question of th2 Government's plans for the establishment of coun try killing centres was raised in the House of Representatives by Mr. Ad dermann (C.P., Q'land). The Minister for Commerce (Mr. Scully), stating that finality had not yet been reached, said the matter had been under constant con sideration for several months. His De partment was securing information from all parts of the Commonwealth, and had conferred with State Governments re garding killing centres with a view to establishment of small centres. He hop ed1 to reach finality at an early date.

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POLLED OVER 1,000 VOTES Blayney's Talent Hour Winner [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

POLLED OVER 1,000 VOTES Blayney 's Talent Hour Winner Blayney is looking forward to the semi-finals of the 1 Talent Hour Quest, conducted by 2BS, Bathurst, and 2DU, Dubbo. The victors in Blayney's quest were Miss Zelma Bamgarten and Rex Templeman. Zelma, singing 'The Lord's Prayer,' obtained first place with 1,098 votes. Rex was second with his son, 'My Khaki Ensemble,' which was composed by his mother. His votes were in the vicinity of 900. It is not yet known when and where the semi-finals will be con tested.

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