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

THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICE 74 Frrr street, Sidney, N.S.W. Efficiency and integTitv ar* i, - . consideration is the watched *P°r„™ °f ComPany. Sympathetic a* PromPt and honorable settlement all claims is the 'motto.' j fJT Representedlhroughtrat this district by— _ mn w- J- BRADY - CARCOAR

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

ON THE WAY! To-day, wool, fat stock and produce from every corner of the State are summoned to serve the cause of Britain and her Allies, and to meet Australia's war-time needs in food and clothing. Pitt, Son and Badgery Ltd., are vitally playing their part in ensur ing that all consignments sent to their care are marketed under the best possible conditions and receive expert, individual attention through all stages of handling, storage and sale. Vtf!. ? PITT. SON AND BADGERY LTD. WOOLBROKERS fri 4 O'Corjnll Street, Sydney; Darby Street, Newcastle. |BH{f JjjV Branch Office: Boorowa. jjjjjjj^Ej (.1; . ^ Licensed Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents

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

S Cook Bros r f BLAYNEY i — — ? ^ ANNOUNCE that they have been ap pointed by the Agricultural Depart ment as SOLE AGENTS 2N THE - CARCOAR DISTRICT fojr receival of all Vegetables grQWn under contract with the Commonwealth Govern ment. Also Sole Agents for receival of Itcally grown Potatoes under the Government contract scheme. FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIED ? ON APPLICATION. ? NUF SED! After 40 Years' Trading in Carcoar we are still doing our best to give satisfaction Clark & Co . LEAVE your order for the 'CHRONICLE' WITH US. CAM REED & SON (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney. 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. LocaJ Representative: Mr. Arthur Higgs 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. W. J. Brady, Carcoar Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman and Estate Agent. Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator. VJ DISTRICT AGENT FOR: ; sL?KS!^1sEErasuEA,,cEcoLm ; . S7^po^«m:Famw'™-Kos,,Dr^h«^ i P^GrAR, GEDYE &am...

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

RETURN THANKS rHE TUCKER FAMILY wish to ex press their thanks for floral tributes' and kind expressions of sympathy in their sad bereavement; and especially do we thank Archdeacon Wight, Rev. Tredinnick, Mr. Tom Stammers,, Mr. Jack Hoadley, Mr. A. Higgs, Mrs. Baingarten, and the ladies of . the

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

CARCOAR PERSONALS I Mrs. F. Wood, df Carcoar, recently a'li a short visit to Her parents at lfange. , * * * the sick list is Mr. R. H. Ewens, Ur ran£e; one time resident of Man. artia. We join in wishing him a |fvcuy recovery. Sam Wood paid a flying visit arcoar^ over the week-end. vc6n stammers, accompanied He and son, Garry, is spend iiers, Wlth Mr- axid Mrs- W. Stam lfien hnif.i ^YaNace, of Cowra, has ]y 'daymg with the Wood fam Mr. and Mrs. C. Higgs are at pre sent holidaying in Sydney. * * » Mrs. Scott, senr. has left Carcoar to take up residence at North Syd ney. * * * After being a patient in hospital at Leeton, Mr. Hearne has been dis charged. # * * Mrs. D. Howarth is at present holi daying at Carcoar. ? * * Mr. Jack Livermore is spending holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Livermore. I *

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Methodist Church SERVICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT (March 19). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

Methodist Church SERVICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT (March 19V. V Blayney, 11 a.m. Neville (Harvest Festival), 3 p.m. Blayney (United Service), 7.30 p.m. — Rev. E. Tredin nick.

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ALL THE WAY FROM NEW GUINEA Grass Skirts At To-night's Concert [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

ALL THE WAY FROM NEW GUINEA Grass Skirts At To-night's Concert Grass skirts, all, the way from New Guinea, will be worn Iby ar tists at to-night's Band concert in Theatre Blayney. 1 These skirts, which will be featur ed in an Hawaiian number, were on show in Bembrick's store window over the week-end. A 'top-notch' programme is prom ised, and tickets have been selling ! well. Mrs. Aub. Clark is the promoter of the show, and proceeds will go to Blayney Band.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EVEN THE RABBITS ARE WORMY! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

EVEN THE RABBITS ARE WORMY ! Worms appear to be causing some bother in Carcoar p.p. Board area — even the rabbits are wormy! Mr. A. Cooley, rabbit inspector, mentioned in his report to last meet ing that in some areas the rabbits were wormy and poor. He said that these furry little pests were not getting any worse, but they were travelling on the roads — especi- ally in the Canowindra district. The position was still bad.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Country Politics Homes for the People RS'WIVES NOT FORGOTTEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

? „*ry Politic* Homes for the People R5' WIVES NOT F0RG0TTEH GATES to the recent 1 ntry Party Confer ? were outspokenly I of current Labor als regarding hous particularly as they to the country dis object to standardisation, ground that householders bp given some chance to their personalities through ies they occupy, and for '.\v will be required to I -earned money. ?.ibject, too, to the maSs . in methods which will from them the option of J.j', ji,:: ilieir homes erected by a Liiiiil'-'i' of their own choice. Coun trv r. -idents have little faith in govern ment control of industry, anj the Country Party believes besl results will be achieved by an extension of the Co-operative Biiikling Societies' activities. It a]f0 ii'.'lieves strongly that local Eov.-rnrnent authorities should be utili-.' i to the full in preference ,o ii i- long-distance centralised foi: ! ; ' I so necessarily a part of all ! -Socialist planning. .At; important feature of Coun try l':irty policy on housing is i...

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

SPECIAL HORSE SALE THURSDAY, 30th MARCH, 1944— At 10 a.m. Sharp 200 ? HORSES ? 200 -j The Yarding will comprise Heavy and Medium Draughts, Useful Farm i Horses, Saddle and Harness Horses and Ponies, broken and unbroken; A LIMITED NUMB'ER OF ENTRIES ONLY WILL BE ACCEPTED. NORMAN C. BELLAMY & CO., Horse Salesmen, COWRA IfifT READY FOR THE mm' sUBSXi I Victory Loan * don't wait / IF VOU HAVE - THE MONEY MAKE AN ADVANCE SUBSCRIPTION ? NOW! Or Buy 5/- National 'Savings Stamps at any Savings Bank or i Money Order Post Office RV.Z0.3X ^ PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT CLEARANCE SALE AT GLEN HARRIS GALLYMONT On April 8th, 1944 ON A/C C. GREEN, ESQ. I will sell by Public Auction on the abovementioned date, CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP and PLANT, etc. Full Particulars will appear in later issues. T. G. STAMMERS LICENSED AUCTIONEER, I CARCOAR. 'Phone: Carcoar 4.1. THE SUCCESSFUL RABBIT DECOY FOR USE ALL, THE YEAR ROUND— In Green or Dry Seed, or Wet Weather. With this formula, only half quantity of ...

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

I BARRY PERSONALS IPtes. J. Fowler and E. Hildebrandt ve rejoined their units following me leave. Home on leave are Ptes. Thorpe id Fowler. Members of the P. & C. Associa. ?011 have arranged to send Easter ?reels to local 'boys' in the mili Vry forces. ?A. severe frost experienced recently Moulted in damage to crops. '

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"COMING IN WITH A RUSH!" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

i 'COMING IN WITH A RUSH!' 'The rates are coming in with a rash,' reported Secretary J. E. Walker to last meeting of Car coar P.P. Board. The Secretary mentioned that £400 I id come m to date. Directors expressed their pleas e. and hoped that that the rates ould continue to come in.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GATE PROBLEM SOLVED Carcoar P.P. Board Places Order [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

GATE PROBLEM SOLVED Carcoar P.P. Board Places Order 'Carcoar P.P. Board had a pleasant surprise at its last meet ing. A letter from the Sydney Gate and Fence Company stated that gates could be made avail able to the Board. Rabbit Inspector A. Cooley has been on the lookout for gates, and his efforts were not in vain. These gates are need for reserves, etc. Mr. Cocley said he had had advice that the gates from the Company were strong. 'The offer is there,' saia[ the Chair man (Dir. R. J. Fagan). 'Get as many as you want.' Dir R. J. Hailstone moved that an order for 12 gates be placed with the firm. Dir. Glasson wanted to know if the fittings would be supplied. Nothing was mentioned about them in the let ter. Mr. Cooley thought that the fit tings would be with the gate or it would not be a gate. Dir. McKenzie seconded Dir Hail stone's motion, which was carried.

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Urban Committee For Blayney? League To Write For Information [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

Urban Committee For Blayney?) League To Write For Information The Advance Blayney League is £ully probing the question of whether Blayney needs an Urban Committee. At present Blayney township com prises D Riding in Lyndhurst Shire and is represented by two Councillors in a Council of eight. The appointment of an urban com mittee would not alter this represen. tation, but the committee would con trol the expenditure of certain funds within the town. Whether anything really worthwhile would be gained by appointing an urban committee by the appointment of an urban com mittee is what the League is now investigating. At the February meeting, when the matter was discussed at some length, it was resolved to ascertain the names of some urban committees which are actively functioning. THREE SUGGESTED. At the March meeting, held on I Friday night last, Secretary Stan \ , Mallick read a letter from Aid. ' I Morse, Mayor of Bathurst, whom he I had contacted. Aid. Morse recom I mended that the L...

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NEWBRIDGE Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 15 March 1944

NEWBRIDGE Personal Items The sympathy of town and district is extended to Mr. Doug Kervin and family on the death of his sister, Mrs.   Harry Dowler. Mrs. Dowler had been ailing for some time and passed away on Monday night last. * * * IMrs. Wal Sampson is home again after a spell of threei weeks in Blay ney Hospital. She is much improved S in health. \ * * ♦ ► ' Mrs. E. Mackay has returned home i . after spending a holiday in the City. [ The heavy rainstorm of last week, . which yielded 70 points, has been fol lowed by strong cold westerlies.

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IT'S BEEN PROVED ! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

IT'S BEEN PROVED ! England was the first country ? 11 form societies for the prevention cruelty to animals. The highest wind velocity ever flpl: corded in the United States was --? - ? ? -f nH.i. gust ot 261 miles an nour in iwu atop Mount Washington, New HamBen shire. Ic-' ? ? ? Jti A housewife walks more than 30Bor miles in her home every year. Isp

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Bush-Fire Damage Did Not Stop Gallymont School Picnic [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

Bush-Fire Damage Did Not Stop Gallymont School Picnic A welcome fall of rain . made conditions much more pleasant for the annual Gallymont school picnic. As the recreation ground had been completely burned out, a convenient paddock was kindly made available bv '*;? iviunuy, «mu me removal ot briars and the building of a bush house by school boys and local men brought an area into shape for the outing. All hands worked to make the day enjoyable for the young peopie, a varied programme being carried out. Handicapping was in the hands of Messrs. F. C. Howard, W. Smith and J. Healy, while Messrs. K. Molloy, J. White and A. Bright carried out iudainp. The committee is indebted to Mr. J. Healey for providing a tank of waier on the ground; Mr. C. Buckley, dona tions. of cakc and butter; Mr. D. J. Knight, bread; Mesdames J. White, F. C. Howard and F. Bright, who provided lollies, and Mr. \V.. Piatt, apples and ptars. Owing to inability to engage Mr. Lancefield to supply music, the dance at ...

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FOR BUSH-FIRE FIGHTERS Decisions of Mandurama Bush-Fire Brigade [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

I* ' 01 FOR BUSH-FIRE FIGHTERS Incisions of Mandurama Bush-lire Brigade At a recent well attended *?eeting of meknbers of the Man ^??ama and District Bush Eire hMfade' was dadoed tjiat land 'ters pay for petrol used' (cou free) in flghtlittr 'bush fires. ther decisions were: iittiiin i carriers and others acting toriSi y be recompensed for their 'oi that their claims for pet 'V'ite^v, es and mileage costs be station ^ Coinmittee for consid losts tn Payment; such mileage The o decided^ by the Committee. Satj i~®mmittee will therefore be &ose ^ J?ave claims submitted by r e concerned.

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Country Politics FUTURE LAND SETTLEMENT d Points C.P. Policy [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

[?] IrtJTURE LAND f crrxLEMENT il Points Z JP. Policy its land settle licy the Austra ry Party has acconnt two factors. these Is the lessons settlement during ; last war. The I? of a recognition led for the nation lired by the nation suitable terms. v' ^,.irc,xim.itely £15,000,000 was ,ost beyond recall in fn,io.-iv'rine to settle ex-soldiers n (hc lind after the last war. jc tnit were the worst aspect f t!,,. disaster it would be bad but the cash lost by the Oov.-rnnvent was a detail com ir„! Jo the heart-break, the nf years of work and the jjjftor i.'isappointment suffered by [he men, who embarked on roaki'i~ a living from the land n.irh hich hopes. I On the whole, closer settlement Lrior to 1914 was successful. However, since the war of 1914/1 S land settlement efforts 'have Ipf t a heritage of national loss and blasted hopes. Probably { 50,000.000 would not cover the over-nil loss incurred through cancellation of debts, grants, subsidies, etc. leasehold Tenure II Consideration o...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

Auction Sale at 'Glen Olive' Gallymont ? SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1944 - Commencing at 2 P.M. HAVING) received instructions from C. F. GREEN, Esq., I will sell by Publi? Auction at the aboveme'ntioned property, Gallymont, SHEEP, CATTLE, HORSES, SULKY and HARNESS, MACHINERY, ROTARY PUMP, PIPING: and FITTINGS, GALVANISED IRON, 8c. . ?. THE FOLLOWING AREi INCLUDED IN THE SALE : V . \ 100 Sheep, 16 head of Fat ana Store Cattle, Cows with Calves, 1 Saddle and. Sulky Horse, 1 Saddle Horse, 2 Fat Pigs, Poultry, 1 Rubber Tyre ( Sulky, Sulky Harness, Springcart, Saddle and Breeching (new). 1 No.. 3 Rotary Pump (nearly new), quantity Piping and Fittings; Farming Machinery; quantity of Tools; 20 Sheets Galvanised Iron (almost new);' and sundry articles too numerous to mention. As Mr. Green is leavin gthe district, everything i£ for absolute sale. T. G. STAMMERS, LICENSED AUCTIONEER CARCOAR — PHONE 41 AUCTION SALE - Mandurama SATURDAY, APRIL 1, - COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK IITR. T. G. STAMMERS, Licensed...

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