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Death Of Trunkey's Grand Old Lady NOBLE WORK PERFORMED Tribute To The Late Mrs. R. Kirby [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

Death Of Trunkey's Grand Old Lady NOBLE WORK PERFORMED Tribute To The Late Mrs. R. Kirby (Contributed). There passed away recently after a long term of suffering, at the great age of 79 years, one the most highly respected old ladies of the district in Mrs. R. Kirby. Born near the Abercrombie Ranges, where her father had the care of thousands of acres of property, the late Mrs. Kirby, as a young girl assisted her father and brothers in attending to the many calls of farm life. Many adventures befell the family during these years, not the least of which were several encounters with bushrangers. Later, as the district became more populated, the family moved to near Trunkey, where the deceased lady married, and for a number of years practised as a nurse, later to become one of the most liked and experienced maternity nurses of the district. Good roads and motor cars were unknown and the risks of travel most hazardous. Mounted on her favorite horse, no night was too dark, no track too n...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mandurama Personals... [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 22 March 1944

Mandurama Personals . . . Congratulations to Lieut. and Mrs. McAndrew, 0n the birth of a son at Acton House, Canberra, on March 17. Mrs. McAndrew is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bourke, of Man- aurama.   Mr. Ben Barden is receiving con- gratulations on attaining his 84th birthday. The old gentleman resides with Mr. and Mr. F . D. Cobb, Nun- cham Park. * * * The Red Cress Ball, held recently, was a great success, considering the short time at tneir disposal, Uii. Ked cross ladies are to be compli mented 011 tneir great en'ort. j* * * Miss Neta Coates arrived home on Thursday last to spend holidays wiui parents and frienos. * * * Mr. O. Owens, after spending a j short holiday at'Manilurama, return ed to Sydney during the week. While here he visited quite a number 01 01a friends and relatives. * * * Mrs. Selby, who has been an in mate of Carcoar Hospital for some time, arrived home last week. * * * Following a short holiday with relatives and friends at Goulburn, Mrs...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

CANCELLATION THE AUCTION SALE, advertised to take place at Mandurama, on Saturday, April 1, on account Mrs. Carney, HAS BEEN CAN CELLED. T. G. Stammers, Auctioneer CARCOAR 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 Poison is required, and Rabbits die on trail. » RESULT OF MANY YEARS' RESEARCH and EXPERIENCE SEND £1 POSTAL NOTE for trial bottle. Sufficient for large quantity , of baits and full instructions. L. PARSONS, 22 Well Ave„ ENElELD, SYDNEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

TAX INSTALMENT DEDUCTIONS Employers are reminded that amounts of wages, salary, etc., paid on and after 1st April, 1944, are liable to tax instalment deductions. Deductions should not .be made where the amount paid in respect of any week (or part of a week) does not exceed £2. The existing scale of deductions will continue to apply. Certificates of Exemption issued to employees will automatically ex pire on 31st March, 1944. Employees are reminded that fresh declarations should be madr . regarding dependants wholly main tained as at 1st April, 1944. In the absence of a fresh declaration, employers will not allow rebates of tax instalment deductions. The necessary forms will be available at aU Post Offices by 24th March, 1944. j. 'W, HUGHES, Federal Deputy Commiisioner of Taxation, 14 Castlereagh St., Sydney.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

RETURN THANKS MRS. WELLS and FAMILY. 'Rose Hill, Mandurama, wish to thank Re latives and Friends for telegrams, cards and floral tributes in their sad bereavement.

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ASSISTANCE WANTED Blayney C.W.A. Street Stall [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

ASSISTANCE WANTED Blayney C.W.A. Street Stall Blayney Baby Health Centre, \Mhich was opened oil June 9, 1939, and sponsored by a smaJi committee of men and women has fiUed a great need -of Blay ney and district mothers and ba bies. The small committee has not ap pealed to the general public for help since its inception, but has just work ed quietly by itself. The time has arrived when the public is asked to help a street stall to be held on Ap ril 1, and runi by the C.W.A. DONATIONS. Acknowledgment is made of dona 4-is\ncf r tn f h/a efoll ? A/Tr Roy Clark £1, Mr. S. E. Vidler £1/1/, Mr. S. Mallick 10/, F. Smith and Son £1/1/, Mr. G. Peters £1/1/6, Mr. W. J.udd 5/, Mr. George 2/, Mr. R. N. Eason bag of, wheat, Mr. C. Cook 1 bag wheat, 1 bag potatoes. Mr. Bembrick £1/1/, Muir and Sons £1/1/, Mr. Erie Ewin £1/1/, Mr. C. Price, fat lamb, Mr. T. Quigley 5/.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRUIT TREES WITHER AT LYNDHURST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

FRUIT TREES WITHER AT LYNDHURST (By Our Lyndhurst Correspondent) Storms have passed over this cen tre and light falls were recorded last week. he landowners are anxiously wait ing general rain, and several of the nvr*h o of a Viatm Yiari f r»arf to keep their fruit trees alive. The trees are showing signs of withering. Ow ing to the dry season, t'her-; will oe practically no winter vegetables in this district.

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ROMNEY MARSH SHEEP Mr. A. Saundry's Purchases [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

R0MNEY MARSH SHEEP j Mr. A. Saundry's Purchases Mr. A. Saundry, of 'Glenarvon,' Mandurama, recently added 23 Rom ney Marsh sheep (rising 2-tooth) to his stud flock. The sheep cost him well over £100. He also has on his farm 100 ewes and three rams (registered), rising 3-tooth, of excellent breeding. Mr. Saundry has sold some of the progeny at £4 per head. The breeding is Gamboola blood.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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U.S. Forces Invade Marshalls [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

U.S. Forces Invade Marshalls ? Bodies of Japanese soldiers litter the beach on Namur, an island in the Kwajalein Atoll of the Marshalls, as U.S. Marines storm ashore following a heavy bombardment of the Japanese by planes and ships of a powerful U.S. Navy task force. U.S. soldiers and Marines completed the occupation of Kwajalein, the largest atoll in the Central Pacific Marshalls, and killed 8.122 Japanese soldiers, against a loss of 286 Americans, iri the first week after U.S. landing operations started oh January 31, 1944. — U.S. Office of War Information Picture.

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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

CARCOAR TOWN TALK L.A.C. Len and Flying Officer Be^e Cassidy spent a few days home on leave. ♦ * * Mr. H. Simmons, who has been an inmate of the District Hospital, has now been discharged. * # * Master Louis Howarth, who was also an inmate of the hospital, has i received his discharge j * * * The dance and euchre party, which was held on Saturday night, in aid of the School of Arts was very success ful, the sum of £6/14/ being cleared. nne eucnre was won uy mi a. xa. Fearnley. A guessing competition was won by Mr T. Furner. * * * There was a large congregation at the Methodist Church on Sunday last when the Rev. Tredinnick conducted his farewell service. It was his last ? service at Carcoar before going to | Wellington.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

Cook Bros BLAYNEY ? ANNOUNCE that they have been ap pointed by the Agricultural Depart ment as SOLE AGENTS 2N TH CARCOAR DISTRICT for receival of all Vegetable grown under contract wit the Commonwealth Goverr ment. Also Sole Agents for receival i locally grown Potatoes under tl Government contract scheme. FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIEI ON APPLICATION. £50 REWARD '^'HE above reward will be paid f information leading to the convi tion of any person or persons dam ging wire netting fencing, interfe ing with flood or netting gates - cutting or removing wire from ai of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE R. J. FAGAN, 'Sunny Ridge,' Manduram (wiNCHCOMBE ) VCARSON^7 A Natural Attraction Winchcombe, Carson's work as seU ing brokers is so thoroughly capable, fcT that successful handling of the clip for appraisement is certain. Their experience, knowledge and judg ment are a never-failing force for Winchcombe, Carson iS^r - Winchcombe^House, Bridge St., ? Branches— Yass, Orange, Forbes. ^ — . J

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School Derby For Blayney To Be Launched Shortly [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

School Derby For Blayney To Be Launched Shortly A school derby is to; be launch ed in Blayney almost immediate ly in connection with the First Victory Loan. The competition will enlist the sup port of school children of Blayney and district, and will be divided into two sections — boys and girls. To the child In each section, influencing and obtaining the greatest number of loan applications from March 28 to May 9 the following prizes will be award ed: First Drlze. war savings certifi cate (value £1), second prize, 10 war savings stamps (6d. each) complete with folder; third prize, five war sav ings stamps, complete with folder. In addition, the child winning the first prize will be decorated with the Blayney War Loan Committee's blue riDoon. PRESENTATION AT MATINEE. Presentation of the prizes will take place at a matinee in Theatre Blay ney on a Saturday afternoon after the loan closes. When the person concerned makes his application to the bank he is ask ed to advise his banker of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METHODIST FAREWELL TO REV. TREDINNICK ALL DENOMINATIONS PRESENT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

METHODIST FAREWELL TO REV. TREDINNICK ALL DENOMINATIONS PRESENT Friends of all denominations from surrounding districts at tended the farewell given Rev. E. Tredinnick by the Methodist con gregation on Friday night. The function was held in the Metho dist Sunday School Hall, Blayney. Mr. J. Hoadley occupied the chair. In his speech he made reference to Mr. Tredinnick's fine work during his term as Minister for this Circuit. Speakers were Rev. Hazelwood (Spring Hill), Rev. Dillon (Mill thorpe),, Mr. A. U. Hill (Church Trus tees) Mr. W Dnttnn fRIamov Pnh. lie School), Rev. McKinney (Presby terian Church), Mr. Arthur Crofts (friend of the Minister), Mrs. D. N. Short (Sunday School), Miss Peggy Hill (Study Circle), Mrs. W. A. Par ker (Church Aid), Mr. Roy Clark (Methodist congregation). In her address, Mrs. Parker spoke of the fine work done by Mrs. Tre dinnick in connection with the Church Aid. She made a presentotion to Mrs. Tredinnick and her two chil dren, Margaret and June. Mr. Roy...

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Removal Of Carcoar P.P. Board Office Mr. Hailstone Replies (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

Removal Of Carcoar P.P. Board Office ? Mr. Hailstone Replies (To the Editor). Sir, — Mr. P. L. Loughlin contests my opinion that Carcoar is not a con venient place for the P.P. Board of fice. He asserts that, because a rail way line and good road pass through the town, and excellent banking and postal facilities exist, and the fact that you can get a 'quick one' (whatever tnat is), my statement is not borne out. I recognise that all the public fa cilities mentioned toy Mr. Loughlin exist, but I submit other considera tions come into the picture. Does Mr. Loughlin know that 'tie- ! partmental officers frequently come into the district and. stay a day or so? Does he know that, .because no accommodation is available at Car coar, an officer of the Board has to journey to Blayney each day to bring the officer over to Carcoar and return him to his hotel each night — a trip involving 36 miles, besides using up the time of the Board's officer? When the Board decides on a pros ecution, it is...

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Country Politics Education for Country Children S. Programme of Reform [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

[?] I Education for ^frythildren (? ?'s. Programme $1 Reform I., 1. 1: Australian Country - rty's policy on edu . ; ,_j matters aims to r J , oiintry children from r, of the unreasonable J''',,.;:,;.. ps they now suffer. ll't. among the party's ? .ire: — i. ? conveyance ? by 'bus to nearest school for all en unable to use the ????ova. ! bursaries through a re of the present arbi conditions regarding :ome of parents. - tantial increase in the ? subsidy for subsidised 1 . and a boarding sub ?... \ )r children above 12 ive to live away from home to continue their edu cation. (4) Assistance to parents in find ing buildings and furniture 1'or subsidised schools and for maintaining them. (5) Development of area schools in .-ipcommodate 200 or 300 c'ii:Mren in suitable country districts (with free convey in ?»? of children to them), win re boys and girls in addi tion to ordinary education w'likl receive practical in struction in agriculture, home science and the various trades, a knowledge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

AUSSIE Pictures LYNDHURST SATURDAY, APRIL 1, '44 WALTER PIDGTEON in: 'THE DARK COMMAND' | And: LLOYD NOLAN in: ] 'DRESSED TO KILL' § ALSO A Short Feature in Colors WITH GRACIE FIELDS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

AH. Collins LICENSED STOCK AND STATION AGENT. Agency for Unit nsurance Co. PHONE: NEVILLE 24. W* J. Brady, Carcoa^l Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman and Estate Agent. Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator. \J DISTRICT AGENT FOR: ??1^IAL R??'UAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. w (All Classes of Insurant*^) Famou-' 'Tri-Kos' Drench® GEDYE & MALLOCH LTD ? irrv,S.asses ®'arm Machinery). ^^U|'CYCLONE'' FENCING AND GATES. CLYDE ENGINEERING COY. LTD - ' (Farm Machinery and Duplicates). ' ' I W. J. BRADY, Licensed Agent Bo* No. 2: 'Phone S CARCOAR. .V ' s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

Al/CTIONEER STOCK AND STATION AGENT (( ITFEBT973 j Sales cwD$ucted in Any f toy°f the Agent For:— 1 Farmers' and Settlers' Coop Insurance Company ... DOMO SEPARATORS |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

WHERE TO BUY THE 'CHRONICLE' CHRONICLE' is cn sale at the Rowing Newsagents: ^RS. HEALY, Blayney* ur CLARK. Carcoai. C. J. LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. MRS. ROSSER, Blayney. T. C. AMOS, Milltborpe. C H- BUCKLEY, Mandurama. MAy « DEVENISH, Neville. \V. H. HILL, Woodstock, y p. COLLINS, Newbridge. KINDLY PLACE YOUR ORDER, as -snrint restrictions necessitate a CTRICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER OF EXTRAS PRINTED.

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Employees' Letter To Press Causes Stir At Council Meeting BLAYNEY'S WATER SHORTAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

Employees' Letter To Press Causes Stir At Council Meeting % BLAYNEY'S WATER SHORTAGE Should Council employees write to the Press concerning matters under control of the Council? Lyndhurst Shire Councillors debated that question at last meeting when some indignation was expressed over a letter on Blayney's water supply written by two employees and published in the 'Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle.' Majority opinion was that the employees exceeded their privileges. __ _ _ The employees (Messrs. Hancock ami Cieasy) made ccrtain sugges tions as to what they thought should be 1 1 one to give the town a larger wati.T supply. But Council did not seem to appreciate their ideas being mf-.dc public. It was inferred that if the recom mendations had been made through Council, things might have been look ed upon in a different light. The Clerk in a lengthy report thought that it should be made known to these men that they were servants of the Council and not the ratepayers. The general opinion was tha...

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