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GERMAN P.O.W. CAMPS : BETTER CONDITIONS THAN THOSE IN ITALY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

GERMAN P.O.W. CAMPS : BETTER CONDITIONS THAN THOSE IN ITALY ACCORDING to letters now being re ceived from British prisoners of war who have been transferred from It- | sly lo Germany, camp conditions for I the most part are better in Germany than in Italy. 'We have a good supply of Red Cross parcels, which arrive much quicker than they did in Italy,' writes one man. 'We get more bread here and plenty of potatoes instead of the rice and macaroni.' Another says. 'Mail ! and parcels are better, as the' Germans seem far more efficient. We get one J parcel per week regularly, as opposed to one parcel per fortnight in Italy when we were lucky.' j Printed and published by Ray mond James Neve for the pro prietors, R. J. Neve and Co., 1 Adelaide Street, Blayney, N.S.W.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLAYNEY TO HAVE 'VARSITY LECTURES COWRA TO HOLD SHOW IN SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

BLAYNEY TO HAVE 'VARSITY LECTURES COWRA TO HOLD SHOW IN SEPTEMBER Otnvra Siiow Society unani mously decided at last meeting to hold e. Show in September next. j The only difficulty facine: the Ho- I ciety is arranging for pavilion ex hibits, as the munitions annexe has taken over the pavilion. It was suggested that the refresh ment rooms under the grandstand be used as a pavilion, together with an outside extension. or a marquee. J The Show will be held on Septem- j ber 12 and 13, thus placing it a week behind Young Show.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR P. & C. ASS'N : £34 RAISED IN PAST YEAR [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

CARCOAR P. &C. ASS'N : £34 RAISED IN PAST YE AR At th© annual meeting of Oar coar Parents and Citizens' Asso ciation! a resume of its activities since its re-format ion in July, 1943, indicated very satisfactory progi-egs. Funds raised from the juvenile dance, euchre parties, membership fees, donations, etc., amounted to over £34. As a result, text books, tools and other articles of equipment have been supplied to the school. Electric light has also been installed in the school building. A direct appeal was made to the people of Careoar to purchase a wire less set for the school. This has met j with a ready response, the sum of ] over £15 being donated. The Asso- | ciation expresses its thanks and ap- ! preciation to all those who have so generously helped. , It was pointed out, however, that ; this sum was not sufficient for the 1 purpose, but confidence was expres sed that the goal would be reached. Membership for 1943 was the high est for many years, and an increase in nu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Free Press; Free Speech "Above All [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

' Free Press; Free Speech ' Above All Arturo Toscanini, famed Italian-born maestro, studies the musical score of a film produced by the U.S. Government, at the piano in his home in the suburbs of New York City. Although he had previously refused to make a film for his own personal profit, the 76-years-old conductor appears in the motion picture presentation of Verdi's 'Hymn of the Nations.' because he believes that a world-wide showing of the great Italian composer's attack on oppressors will be a blow against fascist leaders. Once beaten by fascist thugs in Bologna because he refused to play the fascist hymn. Toscanini declared: 'Truth we must have at any price and freedom of speech, even if that price be death.' The U.S. Government is sending the Verdi film to countries overseas.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. H. D. BLACK'S VISIT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

MR. H. D. BLACK'S VISIT Sydney University lecturers are to visit Blayney at regular inter vals this year under the auspices of the Sydney University Exten sion Board. There will be a series of lectures, I the first being by Mr. H. D. Black (Jbecturer in Economics at the Uni versity and well-known radio com mentator) on Thursday, April 2/ j This lecture will be on 'The Current | I Scene.' I The public is invited to attend the I ! lectures, the charge for each being The Sydney Universitv Extension Board is making the lectures avail- ' able to Blayney at the request of the local branch of the Teacl;;i-s' Fed eration. The purpose of the lectures is entirely educational. The local promoters are interested in getting lectures on economic subjects, post war reconstruction, current events etc. The University makes its lecturers available for visits to country centres | where recognised bodies for promoting | educational matters are active. It is not yet certain where Mr. H. D. Black will le...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

Major-General Daniel I. Sultan of the U.S. Army has been appointed deputy to Lieutenant General Joseph W. Stilwell, Commander in Chief of the U.S. forces in China, Burma and India.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAPPINESS OR... RESIGNATION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

HAPPINESS OR . . . RESIGNATION Marry by all means. If you get a good wife you will become very happy; if you get a bad one you will become a philosopher — and tlvat is good for every man! — Socrates.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON ACCOUNT TAKES DOUBLE; TREBLE TO GAY SALLY IN TROTS Cowra Easter Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

ON ACCOUNT TAKES DOUBLE; TREBLE TO GAY SALLY IN TROTS Cowra Easter Meeting On Account completed a leading double wttiem he won the Cowra Jockey Club's Handicap at the second day of the Easter race and trotting meeting on Monday. He scored by a neck from the Wagga contended, Lemhurt, in the Easter Handicay on Sa-turday, and Kas again fancied candidate for to day. He had the race in his keeping throughout, and finished well' to de feat River Namoi by a length, with Bellarado two lengths away in third place. The winner started favorite, al though there was good support for thp other two p'lacegetters. Shovel, winner of the Maiden Han dicap on the first day, also completed a double by taking the opening evflnt. the Improvers' Handicap . Shovel was strongly supported, and at the finish nothing better than 2 to 1 was on offer. Rameo, capably ridden by Varley, defeated 'Blue Gala and Twofold in the Flying Handicap. The lastnamed started favorite at 7 to 4. Mary Mac, who finished second to ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIGIN OF THE NAVAL SALUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

ORIGIN OF THE NAVAL SALUTE After the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588, a naval tournament was arranged for the victorious Brit- i ish seamen and. at the reanest nf ! Admiral Drake, Queen Elizabeth con , sented to come down from London | and award the prizes. The officer in j charge of the arrangements proved himself to be one of most tactful men in history — he issued orders that 'on ! account of the dazzling loveliness of i her Majesty, all seamen, upon rer mg their prizes, should shield their eeys with their right hand.' Thus was born the naval and military salute.

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Should They Be Banned During Summer? : Gas Producers Cause Fires [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

Should They Be Banned ||| During Siammer? % Gas ??! Producers Cause Fires |[j ? V At the bush fire conference IS ' convened at Yass by Goodradig- iV ' bee Shire Council a proposal that j'-. the use of gas producers and steam *v lorries be prohibited during the ^ danger of bush fires period, was V'' V defeated by a large majority. ? ;,i ~ Mr. T. McAu'iiffe moved as a re- ' '-:r commendation from the Springfield- . i Tallagandra Bush Fire Brigade: ? | That the Government be ap- ; pratched to prohibit the use of gas producer units and steisa lorries ? ] during the period of dangw from' ' bush fires. ; He said that gas producers were not | always kept in proper condition, and j ; instanced local cases of the danger of ' them causing fires. ? Ine motion was seconded by Cr. . i. Archer. He said gas producers were prohibited in Victoria. ? : gj Mr. Taylor: You wiil never .set 'ifl your wool in Mr. Bridge '%4i^#ted that a ga§?|p^p- i ducer should have -a certificate of'-'^^^ * J at the begi...

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GOOD RAINS AT MANDURAMA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

GOOD RAINS AT MANDURAMA Rain that fell on Sunday last at Mandurama should do much to relieve j the present tank supply shortage at j this centre, writes our correspondent. Many household tanks were almost empty. Following the rain, Monday proved a very cold day, the tempera, j ture remaining at below 50 degrees : throughout the day. i

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WARTIME'S GREATEST SCOURGE— HOW TO AVOID IT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

WARTIME'S GREATEST SCOURGE HOW TO AVOID IT (By H. R. McWilliam). Inflation is a species of tax. the most cruel of all taxes. It bears no relation to ability to pay, it falis hardest on the poor and aged, on people who have passed the indus trial deadline. It penalises the thrifty, and encour ages the spendthrift, inflation un checked will put out the hearth tires of the remotest village. It strikes wantonly in all directions regardless vui. « loiico. ui ixi Jictd il in our power to prevent this menace. We can all play our part — that part requires of every citizen that he or she refrain from spending except on things of sheer necessity — only by cutting down on our normal expen- 1 diture can we hope to escape tne j penalty of inflation. What you save in spending you J should lend to the Commonwealth to assist in making a speedy end to the war. Your money is vitally needed to day to ensure Victory. It will be do ing a double duty if you place it in the 1st Victory Loan this week. See...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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SMALL OWNERS CAN ASSIST EACH OTHER: SHEARING OF SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

SMALL OWNERS CAN K? EACH OTHER : shearing of sheep Mr A. Fuller, MP (Hume) advises that small n^hb°^!| sheepowners can aswst ^ other in shearing their sheep. Mr. Fuller forwards the following information which he has re-*el^T® from the Minister for Labor and N tional Service (Mr. E J. Hall°^^; 'The Shearing of Sheep Regul tions provide that a person shall not (a) seek to engage, engage oi cause to be engaged a person to shear flock sheep; (b) offer or undertake to shear flock sheep; or (c) make an agreement for the shearing of flock sheep, unless within the prescribed time; without consent of Manpower. 'This means that there is nothing to prevent an owner shearing nis own sheep or making an arrange ment which does not amount to a binding legal agreement, with the neighboring owners, to assist each other in the shearing of their own sheep. I 'However, it is not lawful for farm hands to be e mployed in shearing I without the consent of Manpower au I thorities.'

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THOUGHTS — AND MORE THOUGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

THOUGHTS — AND MORE THOUGHTS I I No man has a good enough mem ory to be a successful liar.— Acra. ham Lincoln. poss-s^r* is at tirst wrS.™Th,heBiM.8° d0W' UP°° y°Ur t:'''a'tS 18 0l''Jience 10 nothing else but a great aptitude for patienge. — Buffon I would rather sit on a pumpkin !f dj3aye lf a11 to myself, than to be rSiau a velvel cushio11- — Henry And some modern ones: A thing of beauty has joy rides for ever. I v, '^lfcrr & kind of party where they | burn the scandal at both ends. Some men are born great Some men achieve greatness. And some just grate on you.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

THE- . !? FARMERS & GRAZIERS \ GREAT STOCK RECORD AT HQMEBUSH For the past 22 YEARS, the achievement of the T. & G.' wA§ in selling the GREATEST NUMBER of Sheep and .Lambs -,^i is a performance which SPEAKS FOB ITSELF . . ! . , | Such is the Company's Reputation for SECURING HIGHER 3PRICRS and ITS SATISFACTORY SERVICE that Stockowi^ers / - ' continue thfeir Valued Support from Year to Y^rlv - - : CONSIGN TO THE GREAT COUNTRY ORGANISATION The Fattiiers & Graziers ; CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY COMPANY UMITED.* j UCENS^AUC^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

I WHERE TO BUY THE 'CHRONICLE' 'THE CHRONICLE' is cn sale at the following Newsagents; 7 ~ ' HEALY, Blayney. CLARK. Carcoat. ?EABEATER, Lyndhurst. . ROSSER, Blayney. AMOS, Milltborpe. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. - £f DEVENISH, Neville. . HILL, Woodstock. . COLLINS, Newbridge. PLACE YOUR ORDER, as restrictions necessitate a .. LIMIT ON THE NUMBER RS PRINTED. T. G. STAMMERS AUCTIONEER STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAR ? 0 ? Sales conducted In Any Part of thr District ; -! .. . Agent For:— - ? . -..||| Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. Insurance Companj . ' ' DOMO SEPARATORS

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Land "Destroyers" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

Land ' Destroyers ' British self - p FP.Pjjjf d_ .105-rn.m. ^ tank destroyers 'of the Allied Fifth Army in Ita.y

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Poor Attendance At Blayney's Victory Loan Rally : £900 Subscribed [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

I Poor Attendance At Biayney's Victory Loan Rally 5 £900 Subscribed The attendance at the First Victory Loan Rally, held in Blayney Theatre on Wednes day night last, was most disappointing. The Blayney Band was in attend ance, playing outside the hall before the rally and during the course of the evening. The renditions were much appreci ated. The rally was presided over by Mr. B. il. Riordan, in the absence of the President ol tne Patriotic Committee, 1 Jr. R. H. Clark. An interesting programme of films an loan from, the Department of In formation was displayed, shewing the ivoncierful work being carried out in England; the great strides made in Australia, and scenes from the front line areas in Australia and New Guinea. 'I HAD A SON.' The finest film of the evening, '1 Sad A. Sen,' was enthusiastically re vived by the audience. This film, vhich was splendidly produced, par layed the gallantry of the hghcmg orces, and the sacrifices made by he parents of the lads who are fighi :ig ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

Cook Bro; BLAYNEY ANNOUNCE that they have been gi pointed by the ,.A r ment as SOLE AGENTS ] ' \\ CARCOAR }j{ RiC i; for receival o' -i Ve^e^.L,(e grown under ontracl w the Commonrv^alth Gov*.»n ment. Also Sole Agent* fir iv^va* Fically grown Pt-v- , ,nv:el- ( Government contra.. s^ienic. FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIED ON APPLICATION. £50 REWARD TTHE 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 gates or cutting or removing wire from anv of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE ' i R. J. FAGAN, 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama. CAM REED & SON (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney. 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. Local Representative: Mr. Arthur Higgs 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944

(winchcombe) VCAiiso^y A Natural Attraction Winclifonibe Carson's work as sell ing brokers ,s so thoroughly capable, that successful handling of the clip ioi jjppraisement is certain. Their tmli experience, knowledge and judg 'rowel'16 w 'ever*failinS force for ^f|| Winchcomde, Carson ^IjPif Wincliecmbe^House, Bridge St., Ml Branches — Yass, Orange, Forbes. —

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