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JAPANESE SHIPS ABLAZE AT TRUK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

JAPANESE SHIPS ABLAZE AT TRUK Smoke billows from two burning Japanese ships, as enemy vessels try to scatter ia the harbor of Truk to escape the attack of carrier-based planes of a powerful U.S. Navy task force which attacked the Japanese, stronghold in the South Pacific on January 16 and 17, 1944. American, flyers took a toll of 23 Japanese ships sunk, six probably sunk and 1 1 more damaged, in addition to 201 enemy planes destroyed and more than fifty damaged. — U.S. Office of War Information Picture.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hitler's Oil Threatened [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

Hitler's Oil Threatened Rumania's Ploesti oilfields are endangered by the swift Russian advance, whitb has now extended across the Pruth River. Hitler draws a large part of bis fuel from these fields. Here is a scene taken during tbe recent raid by American Liberators on Ploesti, when heavy damage was done to the refineries and other installations.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Country Politics How C.P. Developed Country Killing FURTHER EXTENSIONS PLANNED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

Country Politics How C.P. Developed Country Killing FURTHER EXTENSIONS PLANNED COUNTRY killing of stock has been stimulated by Country Party policy in the past, and fur ther development in this direction is aimed at in the future. During the Country Party 3 last term of office new meat woiks, . were established at Bourke, Ten terfield, Grafton, Casino, Taree N'immitabel and Wallangarra— representing the greatest step forward in country killing ever achieved by any Government. Three of the new meat works were established by co-operative companies which the government backed financially. Country killing was stimulated generally by the provision of proptr railway facilities, refrig eration trucks etc. while the Meat Industry Act was amended to do away with the charging of inspection fees at Homebush on country killed meat. Further Objectives The Australian Country Party platform, as brought up to date at the recent annual conference, in cludes the folowing planks: — 'The encouragement ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rain Badly Needed [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

Rain Badly Needed Very dry weather stilL prevails throughout the locality. Rain is badly needed. So far indications of the drought breaking are slight. During the past three months only 195 points of rain have been registered.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

| T. G. STAMmI$S i ? Al/CTIONEER I STOCK AND STATION AGENT I j CARCOAR i ? ... i i '' ? Sales conducted in Any Part of thf . j ! District i| ? Aeent For:— . . J I Farmers' and Settlers' Co-ot-. ;.'?. [JM i Insurance Compan- '.-. ?*::''^S| ? DOMO SEPARATORS .,^M ! . . ? ? 'i-m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

? WHERE TO BUY THE ? -CHRONICLE' j ^| -THE CHRONICLE' is en sale at the | H following Newsagents: . I ? MRS. HEALY, Blayney. | ? W. CLARK. Carcoat. i ? , c. J- LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. ? I ' MRS- ROSSER, Blayney. \ ? j C. AMOS, Milltborpe. I ? C H. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. S ? MAY 8 DEVENISH, Neville. I ? w. H. HILL, Woodstock. ? ? v. P- COLLINS, Newbridge. i ~M KINDLY PLACE YOUR ORDER, as ? ? ncusprint restrictions necessitate a ? I STRICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER i I OF EXTRAS PRINTED. J

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SAVE "FANTASTIC" TRAVELLING BY CHILDREN BUS SERVICE NEEDED FOR BLAYNEY SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

SAVE 'FANTASTIC' TRAVELLING BY CHILDREN BUS SERVICE NEEDED FOR BLAYNEY SCHOOL I Why shouldn't Blayney Public School have a bus service? ? Why shouldn't the children in the outlying centres have the benefit I of a secondary education? I Blayney P. & C. Association discussed these questions at last I meeting. Members see no reason why this idea should not be I brought into being, and is rather determined that something will I be done. The meeting decided to make further representations. I The districts such as Barry, Neville/I I etc., would be serviced by the bus, and I the children brought into Blayney School. I At the moment, children wanting a I secondary education are travelling to I Orjngc and Cowra. The distance and I hours, in the Association's estimation, are I fantastic. j I It was thought that if Blayney did ! I secure a bus service, the status of the I school would be raised. The enrolment would be higher and the facilities greater. I The bus service scheme cropped ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

AUSSIE Pictures LYNDHURST Thursday, April 6, 1944 PRESTON FOSTER in— f 'Secret Agent Of Japan' and GEORGE MONTGOMERY in— 'COWBOY AND THE BLONDE' Saturday, April 8, 1944 GARY COOPER at his best in — 'PRIDE OF YANKEES' and CESAR ROMERO in— ? 'DANCE HALL' MATINEE 2.30 P.M. Easter Monday, April 10. ? ' JON HALL in— 'HT CARSON' and CHESTER MORRIS in — v '5lRL FROM W&$ COXJNTRY* / THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE :» IN.SURAN.CE COMPANY LTD. * THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFnCF . * . 74TP1TT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. ? . : 'r r' ' ' ' ? ' ? ., ; '? - - Efficiency and integrity «re the kejpotes of this pampMgy. .gyin*m1lie$tt oonsiderttion is the TR-aichword. Prompt and bbpratte setttetiteiR «f all elalms Is the 'mottol* Represented throutnbwt ttib district by— ? ?? ? - ^ W. J. BRADY — CARCOAR

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

Cook Bros 1 the ? BLAYNEY 'f' fullj ? to t. ANNOUNCE that they have been aj ?^ pointed by the Agricultural Depart teri£ ment as Uiey SOLE AGENTS 2N TH1 °[c£ CARCOAR DISTRICT a the for receival of all Vegetable ^ grown under contract wit this the Commonwealth Goverr ^{J ment. I v« Also Sole Agents for receival woldi fjcally grown Potatoes under tmretu: Ciovernment contract scheme. Iseas FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIElMw. ON APPLICATION. ? Kite £50~REWARD lue1 f£«HE above reward will be paid fq for information leading to the convic and tion of any person or persons rtama of t ging wire netting fencing, interfer pire ing with flood or netting gates o fult cutting or removing wire from an; dre of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE.' S(J R. J. FAGAN, J , T 'Sunny Ridge,' Manduraml tfea( ? . . ' ' eiio ' ' ? ' ? ' G (winchcombe) *' VCARSON^y I? A Natural Attraction SMlr^ JE Winchcombe, Carson's work as sell- ^raP$S§!iSfl§S§j!&- ltlai ing brokers is so thoroughly capable wffi'^M^iWz%k'- lG;n tha...

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Solution To Marriage? [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

Solution To Marriage? Friends often asked Marie Cnrelli why she never married. 'There is no need,' she would reply, 'for I have three pets at home which together an swer the same purpose as a hus band. I have a dog which growls all morning, a parrot which swears all afternoon, and a cat which comes home late at night.''

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

I CAM REED & SON I (late DAVE REED). H I Undertakers & Monumental H I Masons. ^J I Adelaide Street, Blayney. H 'Phone 60. H I Funerals Conducted Reverenu:~B and Dignified. * ? I Local Representative: I Mr. Arthur Higgs I 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. I

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Mandurama Personals... [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

Mandurama Personals . . . The many friends of Mrs. John Hargans will regret to learn that she is an inmate of the hospital. * » * Holidaying in Sydney is Mrs. J. Peters. * * * Mr. and Mrs. H. Willard are holi daying in the City. They are accom panied by Mrsj Willard's mother, Mrs. N. McGlashan. * * * Miss Jessie Francis is visiting For bes to be with her sister who is in hospital. *- * * Miss Betty Goodfellow was a visi tor to Mandurama last week-end to visit her mother, relatives and friends. * * * Miss Jacky Francis has taken up duties at Cowra Post Office.

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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

CARCOAR '' TOWN TALK Miss Thea Clarke has returned to Port Kembla, after spending holidays with her parents. * * * Miss Valerie Livermore has also re turned to Mo'iong, after spending annual holidays with her parents. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burns are here to spend the Easter holidays. » ♦ * The sum of £4/1/1 was taken by the Australia Day held last Saturday. * * ? Mr. and Mrs. Bon Commcrford and family have taken up residence in Car coar. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Lowe, of the station house, are at present spending annual * * * holidays at Portland and Sydney. At present on leave is Sgt. Arthur Stammers. Printed and published by Ray mond James Neve for the pro prietors, R. J. Neve and Co., Adelaide Street, Blayney, N.S.W.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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MODIFIED LIENS SYSTEM TO BE INTRODUCED Statement by Minister For Lands [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

MODIFIED LIENS SYSTEM TO BE INTRODUCED Statement by Minister For Lands jWTHEN rccent'iy travelling through the ? VV country the Minister for Lands, Mr Tuily.- states that he had brought under his notice the hardship inflicted on some setters under the present sys tem of liens. Mr. Tully states he has looked into the matter and has decided that liens in futuie are only to be ask ed for where arrears exceed two years' commitments. The liens to be taken are not to exceed oi,c-third of the gross proceeds of one year's commitments plus 10 to 20 per cent, of a year's commit ments, whichever is the less. The ad ditional 10 to 20 per cent, is to be applied in reduction of accumulated ar rears. Where a settler is producing wheat and wool the lien will only apply to the predominating activity and not lo both. The Minister further points out that under the new Conversion Act a settler's annual land commitment will in most cases be reduced to a half which will operate in his favor by further re...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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When Winter Comes... Blayney School And The Coke Problem [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

When Winter Comes . . . Blayney School And The Coke Problem 'What is Blayney Public Scohol ! going to do for coke this winter?' That Was the cry which echoed at Wednesday night's annual meeting of Blayney P. and C. Association. There are two stoves in the assembly j nail, and they both only - burn coke. And coke is frozen! The question was — what were they going** to do? The meeting was not to be beaten, and thought the best idea was to start making representations to get some coke'. Mr. Con Abbott '. moved that a letter be written to the Government asking them to supply coke. to the schools. Mr. W. Harris seconded the .motion which was carried. The answer is eagerly awaited, and the Headmaster, ' staff ' and - schoolchildren ar hoping that it will be a favorable oe- '

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"Ha'penny Reasons" Advanced Removal Of Carcoar P.P. Board Office (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

I 'Ha'penny Reasons' Advanced Removal Of Carcoar P.P. Board Office M (To the Editor). pf!. Sir, — I can assure Mr. Hailstone that IH I did not know before, and that I am Wf astounded as a ratepayer to learn now, jv; ' that the Board accepts the responsibility f' for conveying departmental officers from ;?- their hotel at Blayney to Carcoar and back. As things go, Carcoar has rather a pood railway service from Sydney { and these officers who visit here T from the City should be expected to ad i just their itineraries to the railway timc i fable as other people have to do. | Now that trjc matter has been men ^ tioned, what do these City officers have %? to do when they 'frequently come into 1 ' the district'? The Board functions under an Act of Parliament, a capable secretary at [ tends to the administrative side, and a ; high'iy qualified stock inspector looks af ter the field work. Under the circum stances, one wonders why the Board finds it necessary to find conveyance for pe'r .. ...

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Advance Blayney League Meeting Postponed [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

Advance Blayney League Meeting Postponed The Advance Blayney League meeting scheduled for to-night has been postponed. Further particulars of the meet ing date will appear in a later issue.

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GALLYMONT LADIES RAISE FUNDS FOR RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

GALL YMONT LADIES RAISE FUNDS FOR RED CROSS p&ffiAt ;& meeting held at Gallymont on mmm'.'M. attended by Mesdames A. Wmjfo':$. Johnson, J. Nobes, F. Bright Kfflj&mf&$ T. Heeley, it was decided that gb^^sibn of Mr. C. Green's dearing WSsS^WfBp^ * presented an opportunity ^^^c^unds for the Red Cross. Accord 1 nRl^¥fternopn tea will be suDolied on Illppigajnes T. Johnson and F. Bright jMgoo^to tour the locality and ob

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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TRUNKEY BUSH FIRE BRIGADE "STAND BY" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

TRUNKEY BUSH FIRE BRIGADE 'STAND BY' Trunkey Bosh Sire Brigade 'stood by' on Friday afternoon last when a dense pall o£ fimoke appeared in the east from a bush fire touxnkag -dose to Bunago. Although Burrago is quite some distance by road from Trunkey, it is not so distant direct line. However, advice was received that the flames were under control.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CR. J. M. CALDWELL TO CONTEST ORANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944

CR. J. M. CALDWELL TO CONTEST ORANGE Cr. J. M. Caldwell, Presi dent of Canobolas Shire Coun cil, is nominating as a Country Party candidate rftff We 'Orange electorate at the forthcoming State elections. Cr. Caldwefi's family is one of the oldest in the district. He is an ex Digger of the 1914-18 war. He was elected to the Shire Council in 1942, and became President 18 months later. Orange electorate embraces a sizable part of Lyndhurst Shire, including Millthorpe, Carcoar, Mandurama and Lyndhurst. The sitting member is Mr. R. E. O'Halloran (Lab.), who displaced Mr. A. U. Tonking (then Chief Sec retary). Mr. Tonking wil'i re-contest the seat again as a U.A.P. (or Demo cratic) candidate, so a triangular con test is assured. The other half of Lyndhurst Shire (including Blayney) is in Bathurst elec torate, the sitting nvember being the Minister for Health (Mr. Kelly). It is probable that Lieut. A. K. Gardiner will stand as a C.P. candidate for Bathurst, A Democratic candidate will also...

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