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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

I £50 REWARD I ^^ab0ye rewar(J will be paid for ? tion °mation leading to the convic I Sifts ,a'y person or persons dama I \vitwine***n^ fencing, interfer ?'?cuttin? J 00(1 or netting gates or I 01 the r-»oving. wir*s from any ? ences on 'SUNNY R^PGE.'

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

W. J. Brady, Carcoar Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator.U DISTRICT AGENT FOR: COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. ? Fa, ou, 'Tri-Kos' Drenches and .j Licks (Stocks on Hand). e ? DANGAR, GEDYE & MALLOCH LTD. (All Classes Farm Machinery). ? FAMOUS 'CYCLONE' FENCING AND GATEb. CLYDE ENGINEERING COY. LTD. (Farm Machinery and Duplicates). w. J. BRADY, Licensed Agent Bo* No. 2 : 'Phone S- CARCOAR. » CAM REED & SON (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney. 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. Local Representative: Mr. Arthur Higgs 'THONE: CARCOAR 3.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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SECOND FRONT PREPARATIONS? [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

SECOND FRONT PREPARATIONS ? A giant British glider being towed 'somewhere in EnalanW' A ? 'tfl smecre°rre!: ^ I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

With tokick u-e Mrte. . . . Every penny saved is a direct contribution to the war effort. We do help the war effort if we place our money in a Savings iSank account, or if we buy 5/- National Savings Stamps, thus avoiding unnecessary spending. One page ol a National Savings Stamp book will contain enough stamps (£2) for use as a deposit or instalment on ; a War Bond, while the full book will purchase a £10 Bond outright. Single pages of stamps (£2) will be accepted as a deposit to a Savings Bank account if required. Get your free book and purchase your 5/- National Savings Stamps from any Savings Bank or Money Order Post Office and put your savings on service to SPEED THE VICTORY. COlrimonUIERLTH SRUinGS BRI1K NOTICE A REWARD OF. £150 will bft paid to the person or persons giving Information that wilJ lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL ING SHEEP from 'Coombing Park.' A REWARD OF £50 will , be paid for information leading to thf conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or ...

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ABERCROMBIE SHIRE'S £500 IN FIRST VICTORY LOAN [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

ABERCROMBIE SHIRE'S £500 IN FIRST VICTORY LOAN JN response to an appeal by the Prime Minister (Mr. 'Curtin) to support the First Victory Loan, Abercrombie Shire Council on Saturday decided to in vest £500 in the loan, to be treated as a reserve for postwar works.

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25 PER CENT. "GRAB" "Taxation By Deception" Claimed [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

25 PER CENT. 'GRAB' 'Taxation By Deception' Claimed - - 'tnmroi WPW In an article, 'Taxation by Decep tion', Mr. C. Barclay-Smith says, Inter alia: 'The 'cancellation' of 75 per cent, of the taxation due for one year is the beguiling cover that masks a grab of another 25 per cent, which the taxpayer does not owe! This piece of tax brigandage means that taxpayers are to be held up for 3. 25 per cent, increase in taxation to which the Taxation Department is not entitled. All the taxation experts agree that the tax lag of 25 per cent, has no basis of fact. It is a com plete illusion. That the Government and the Taxation Department should conspire to exploit the traditional gullibility of the public to impose a surcharge of 25 per cent, is just fur ther evidence of the depths to which the governing authorities have sunk in the exploitation of the people.' 1 A statesman believes that he be longs to the country, while the poli tician believes that the country be longs to him. — Anon. o O ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

NUF SED! After 40 Year*!. Trading Carcoar ive are still doing our best to S satisfaction Clark© C- LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR T1 'CHRONICLE' WITH US. THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. the LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFF1CF 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. * Sderatiradfe1IhgTity fu fte kcJPotes ot this Company. Sympatbf tion is the watchword. Prompt and honorable settlement * * of all claims Is the 'motto.' Represented throughout this district by— J- BRADY —

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SLUMBERS WILL BE UNDISTURBED Blayney Signposts To Be Erected [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

SLUMBERS WILL BE UNDISTURBED Blayney Signposts To Be Erected In future travellers should not have any trouble in finding the Orange Road Therefore, Blay ney residents' slumbers should be unbroken. The Advance Blayney League at last Lyndhurst Shire Council meeting, asked Council to erect road signposts at Ogilvie and Adelaide Streets, Church and Adelaide Streets and Carcoar and Vinstead Streets. Cr. Cook said it seemed that peo ple coming through did not know vvhere they were. Cr. Burns: No matter what the ex pense, I think the matter should ue attended to. There is nothing worse than travelling and getting lost. The matter of a light at the gates leading to the Freezing Works was also discussed, Cr. Cook explained that there were quite a few employees going back ward and forward at night. 'Recently some sheep got out and they could not be found in the dark,' added the Councillor. On the motion of Crs. Cook and Hill, it was decided to erect a lignt and signposts at the proposed posi ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

AH. Collins licensed stock and station AGENT. Agency for Unit nsurance Co. j , PHONE: NEVILLE 24. j jv. ? — - — ? ? ' ? ? I X^W^L-\ I (winchcombe) yCARSON^y ?_ A Natural Attraction t Winchcombe, Carson's work as sell brokers is^so thoroughly capable.

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NOT FAVORED BY GRAZIERS £3,000-A-Year General Manager [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

NOT FAVORED BY GRAZIERS £3,000-A-Year General [Manager Some spicy comments were made in a motion submitted at the annual meeting of the Gra ziers? Association. Mr H. R. M. Pigott (Carcoar, branch) moved that a general tUana-, ger be appointed to take charge of, the complete working of the organi- ? sation of the Association at a salary of, say, £3000 a year. Mr. Pigott said the Association needed some punch and an appoint ment of this nature, with a man of the right type, would supply it. Mr. W. J. McSweeney (Cowra) : I am afraid I will have to second this. (Laughter). The motion was defeated.

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LYNDHURST SALE OF GIFTS Presbyterian Musical Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

LYNDHURST SALE OF GIFTS Presbyterian Musical Evening A musical evening was held in the Memorial Hall, Lyndhurst, at which the offerings to the Presby terian Harvest Festival were dis posed. Mr. E. Doust acted as chairman. During the evening several games we're played, and musical items were rendered Dy the following: — Musical duet, Miss Kath Steer and Master John Steer; chorus by children, 'Jesus Bids Us Shine,' 'Hear the Pen nies Dropping'; ? solo, Miss Barbara Cobb, 'What More Can I Say'; Solo, Mrs. G. Winterbottom, 'I'll Walk Be side You' (encore) ; solo, Mr. A. Pirie, 'An Old Violin,' 'Bless His House'; solo, Master John Steer, 'Smiling Through'; solo, Mrs. E. Doust, 'Sing Along ; duet, Kelvin Doust, vinceiu Steer, 'The Long, Long Trail' ; solo, Mrs. Doust Senr., 'Tit for Tat'; musi cal duet, John and Vince Steer (piano and violin) ; solo, Mr. Steer, ' Danny Boy': recitation, Barbara Cobb: duet, the Wilson boys (accordion and piano, with Miss Wilson singing) : final song by chi...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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WOMEN'S C. of E. GUILD FORMED AT CARCOAR [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

WOMEN'S C. of E. GUILD FORMED AT CARCOAR A recent meeting of ladies at the Rectory, Carcoar, decided to form a Ladies' Guild. These present were Mrs. Hylton ' Blazely, Mrs. T. Stammers, Mrs. Tom Furner, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Manning, Mrs. Handcock and Mrs. Pearce. Apologies for non-attendance were received from several ladies. The Rector in opening the meeting, explained the need for the help of. the ladies of the parish, and gave parti culars of the activities of a women's guild. Following discussion, it was deci ded to form a guild for St. Paul's, Carcoar. The Rector was elected pre sident, Mrs. Pearce, deputy president. and Mrs. Blazley, treasurer. A sec retary is yet to be appointed. A further decision was that a work ing bee be formed at next meeting to renovate the church for Easter, and all church women are invited to as sist in this work, and to attend the meeting at the Rectory later. Meetings were arranged for the first Thursday in each month.

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BLAYNEY-CARCOAR HOSPITALS BENEFIT Operations Of H.B.A. Scheme [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

BLAYNEY-CARCOAR HOSPITALS BENEFIT Operations Of H.B.A. Scheme Blayney and Carcoar District Hospitals (in common with other hospitals) obtained increased collec tions as a result of the operation of the Hospitals Benefits Associ ation. This is set out in the first annua Ire port of the Central Western Zone of the H.B.A. Constituent hospitals are Baradine, Binnaway, Blayney, Bathurst, Carcoar, Condobolin, Coolah, Coonabarabran, Cowra, Gilgandra, Gre'nfell, Gulgong, Katoomba, Lake Cargel'lico, Molong, Mudgee, Nyngan, Orange, Parkes, Peak Hill, Quandialla, St. Vincent's (Bath urst), Sofala, Tottenham, Warren, Wel lington, Wyalong, and Yeoval. BLAYNEY-CARCOAR FIGURES The local figures given for the first year are: — Gross collection under old fund, B'iay ney £215/18/6, Carcoar £313/10/;; gross collection under H.B..A., Blayney £543/7/9, Carcoar £411/1/6; gross increase, Blayney £327/9/3, Carcoar £97/11/6. Net collection under old fund, Blay ney £182/14/7, Carcoar £265/9/3; net collection...

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"NOTHING CAN STOP SATURDAY HALF-DAY" Countrywoman' s Fears Groundless? (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

I 'Nothing can stop I SATURDAY HALF-DAY' Countrywoman's Fears Groundless? (To the Editor). gir, — 'Cherry,' of Lyndhurst, puts the case ol the country woman in re spect of the Saturday halt-holiday. No .one can doubt her sincerity, and if the facts she mentions should ap ply. with Saturday closing, I am sure the Advance Blayney League would be the last to suggest any change. It would be the League's last thougnt to penalise country women. It is indeed a vexed question, yet. perhaps, not strangely, Saturday closing seems to have become popu lar with all sections of the commu nity, rural and otherwise, where it has been applied. People readjust themselves to the new conditions, and these conditions have, by experience, been found to be not irksome at all. 'Cherry' claims that Saturday closing would pervent her from see ing the pictures on a Saturday night, but if any other day — say Friday— ?Were made the main shopping day (as a result of Saturday closing) it would be found here, as e...

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Lyndhurst Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

Lyndhurst ! Personal Items! Miss A. Smith spent the week-end I here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Smith. ' * » * Pte. D. Ulph arrived home on Sat urday morning last to spend leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ulph. * * * Mr. Jack Wright, of Burnt Yards, spent last week-end here as the guest of his sister, , Mrs. W. Leabeater, at 'The Willows.' ? ? ? ? Another visitor to Lyndhurst is Mrs. Albert Emms and her small son. Michael. They' are the guests of Mr and Mrs. W. Emms, of 'Sion Hill.' ? ? ? The Catholic ladies of Lyndhurst are leaving no stone unturned to TnairA the forthcoming concert a huge success. Artists from Blayney and Cowra will be in attendance.. Seats may be booked. The proceeds will go towards paying expenses at the Catholic Ball, to be held in May. ? ? ? ? We are pleased to see Mr. Roy Lea beater home again after his trying time in the hospital with' a bad fin eer. Ray is still unable to resume duty.

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IN THE NEWS AGAIN Blayney Bowling Club And A Mower [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

IN THE NEWS AGAIN Blayney Bowling Club And A Mower Blayney Bowling Club seems to be getting itself into the news lately. This time , it is all over Lyndhurst Shire Council's petrol mower. At last meeting of Council, the Clerk (Mr. G. Callinan) reported that he had been informed that the Coun cil s peuroj. mower naa oeen in tne possession of Blayney Bowling Club for a very considerable period, ana that it had been used regularly the Club. He continued that the machine cost Council £46/5/2 in 1938, and as it had had very little use by the Council, it should realise its cost in consequence of the increase in prices. It was recommended by the Clerk that the machine' be .offered for sale, and that any loss sustained should I be charged to the Club for hire. ! Mr. Callinan explained that he was unable to discover who authorised the Club to take possession I Mr. Callinan told the Council that Mr. Black (President of Blayney j Club) said \ the mower was not being I used. | In answer to a qu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

? .. ? n I Cook Bros ST | ' BLAYNEY S ANNOUNCE that they nave been ap I'- pointed by the Agricultural Depart r* . ment as ? ? SOLE AGENTS 2N THE T CARCOAR DISTRICT for receival of all Vegetables grown under contract with the Commonwealth Govern ment. , Also 'Sole Agrents for receival of locally g-rown Potatoes tinder the I Government contract scheme'. BFULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIED . ON APPLICATION.

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NEWBRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

NEWBRIDGE After the usual Methodist service, conducted by the Rev. Tredinnick, at | Newbridge last Friday night, -the op Iportunity was taken to say farewell ?well to him. A small $resentatioh was made as a mark of the esteem 'in which the Rev. 'Tredtnnick is held at this centre, I Mr. and Mrs, Irvine Hood and daughter. Aim; are at present on holidays. 7 ^ | Blayney District Hospital will benefit appreciably from . efforts i.. staged by Newbridge people. Full details . will ? %ppears in me 'West ; Macqutttie.'

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WEDDING CLARK—STAMMERS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

WEDDING CLARK— STAMMERS A quiet wedding of interest to Car- coar residents was celebrated at Blayney Methodist Church on March 16, at 8 p.m., when Vera Lilian, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Stam- mers, of Carcoar, was married to Sgt. Cecil William Clark, of the RAAF, second son of Mr. Clark and the late Mrs. Clark, of Carcoar. Rev. E. Tredinnick, of Blayney, performed the ceremony. The bride was given away by her father, and attended by her sister, May, and the 'groom's sister, Rennie. Mr. Matt Bamgarten acted as best man. During the signing of the registrar, the organ was played by the 'groom's sister, Mrs. Bamgarten, and a song, 'I'll Walk Beside You,' was render- ed by Miss Zelma Bamgarten. After the ceremony a reception was given by the bride's mother at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bamgar- ten.   The happy couple later left by train to spend their honeymoon in Sydney.

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Inquiry Into Girl's Death INQUEST OPENS AT BUYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

Inquiry Into Girl's Death INQUEST OPENS AT BLAYNEY Approximately 16 witnesses will give evidence at the inquiry into the sudden death of Miss Edith Mary Batty. The opened at Blayney Court yester- day. The late Miss Batty, who took ill on February 24, 1943, and died short- ly after, was 17 at the time of her death. She was employed at the Ro- yal Hotel, Blayney. Det.-Const. W. Williams, of Orange,   who is in charge of the investigation, with Detc.-Sgt. J. Gordon (C.I.B., Drug Squad, Sydney), Sgt. F. Forge, of the Police Prosecution Staff, at- tending to assist the Coroner, arrived in Blayney on Monday afternoon. Sgt. Cox, Blayney's Police Chief, commenced inquiries into the case. Mr. Nichols, of Messrs. Dawson, Waldron, Edwards and Nichols, is appearing for Mr. J. Moloney, chem- ist, Blayney. The drug company con- cerned in the case will also be re- presented by counsel.

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