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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

AUSSIE Picture? I lyndhurst / / SATURDAY, FEB I If you v/anr a good laug:. V CANOVA will give it to ' V 'SCATTERBRA. v 1 also jf.' RALPH BELLAMY ^ 'GREAT IMPERSOKTf i

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT STOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

DISTRICT STOCK Sales at Winchcombe. Carson's Homefcush auction last Thursday in cluded : — A. E. Ridley. Carcoar, 60 shorn xbred suckers 19/, 55 wethers 17/11; A. H. Denton, Lyndhurst, 110 xbred ewes to 18/8, averaging 17/11; C. Davies, Lyndhurst, 117 xbred suckers to 16/3, averaging- 13/6: T. W. Tos hack, Lyndhurst, 8 steers to £16/15/. averaging £15/4/9, 1 cow £13/1/, 1 heifer £11/16/; G. Winterbottom. Lyndhurst. 2 steers to £16/5/, aver aging £15/16/; J. Emms, Lyndhurst. 1 steer £13, 4 vealers to £9/19/, aver aging £9/9/9, 4 cows to £7/16/, aver aging £6/17/3; A. C. Cant, Lynd. j hurst, 1 heifer £11/16/; Mrs. J. Dav- i ies, Lyndhurst, 1 cow £6/19/; R. S. j Cobb, Garland, 2 yearlings £6/5/. I ===== !

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POTATO PROSPECTS Not Too Bright [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

POTATO PROSPECTS Not Too Bright Outlook for potatoes in this State is not nearly as bright as it was a few months ago. The coastal crop, early in the scascn, was expected to yield at least 45,000 tons. Some estimates placed it as high as 55,000. Blight, however, so affected most districts that, with 90 per cent, of the coastal crop now harvested, it is doubtful if the total yield will excccd 30,000-tons frcm 11,500-acres againsi a similar yield from 9,655-acres the pre vious year. The inland crop for which contracts have been signed for 20,000-acres against 17,000-acrcs last year, has had an excellent start on the northern table lands, but, in other areas, hot, dry wea ther has affected growth. — 'Farmer and Sett'ier.' .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLOTHES FOR WAR VICTIMS Junior Red Cross Assisting [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

CLOTHES FOR WAR VICTIMS Junior Red Cross Assisting ^HE British Red Cross Society has accepted an offer from the Aus tralian Society to forward a supply of reconditioned clothing to relieve hardship among war-sufferers over seas. The Junior Red Cross of New South Wales will be responsible for | assembling and packing its quota of i children's essential garments. Per ; mission is not yet given for the sending of new goods, but gifts or ; children's clothes, outgrown of re conditioned, of a quality worthy to be included in the limited shipping s;.acc available, are urgently needed at Junior Red Cross Headquarters. 2nd Floor, Red Cross House, 27 Jamie son-street, Sydney. Special Junior Red Cross labels, entitling senders of parcels to quarter rates on the New South Wales Government Rail ways, will be available to those who write for them to' the above address. Official receipts will be given or senf for all parcels on arrival.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wife Charges Husband DOMESTIC TURMOIL AT BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

Wife Charges nusband DOMESTIC TURMOIL AT BLAYNEY 'He kicked me and I fell into the gutter!' This, however, wa»- only one part of a display of fisticuffs by hex husband alleged by Mrs. El sie Hammond, formerly of Blay ney ana now residing at rorua«u, i in Blayney Court when she charg ed Cecil Hammond, railway em ployee, with assault. Hammond denied the charge and declared that his wife fell while rushing at him in a fit of Hysterics. Not satisfied beyond all reasonable doubt that defendant had laid hands 1 upon his wife, Police Magistrate Thornton dismissed the case. Mr. B. R. Riordon appeared for defendant, and Mr. W. R. L'Estrange for complainant. Mis. Elsie Hammond said that on November 28, 1943, she went to a ^dance at the Pavilion, Blayney, with : a girl friend , about 10.30. Between that time and 12 o'clock she returned ' -&(}me twice to see her children, ^f ^'When. the dance was over, I ' ' c|flne home and my husband was f- Tnerg. tie had got in through the wm ; dofr,?...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLACK SPOT IN APPL[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

BLACK SPOT IN APPii : 'J'Hr: N'.S.W. apple crop, which nibed so well up to a few i; | aito, has had a setback in scvera! . tricts. The trouble, said Mr. H. I-.: i^ot. special fruit instructor, was spot, brought about by excessive! conditions. Around Hartley, wht: Ci-oos are very heavy, the Granny aiiti Delicious varieties have been nficnco'. However, Mr. Broadfot ? chred that despite this sctback then j stiii be a big crop to harvest. A!:.-; coital varieties are reaching consu::' bur the main crop will not beg:: few in ti'il next month. 'It is ur \ t i-ate th;r in a good season apple i chards should get this black spot. g continued dampness is favorable to m ana at the same time the state ci 1 ground prevents the spraying rl from doing their job.'' Mr. BroajJ added. S

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD.) THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICE j 1 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. 1 Efficiency and integrity are the keynotes of this Company. Sympathetic 1 consideration is the watchword. Prompt and honorable settlement ] of all claims is the 'motto.' ] ? E») ? ? ? ' Represented throughout this district by — i W. J. BRADY — CARCOAR N \ \ \ . ~ , WOOL TO -r^Ttl f\- Tramp and iMlf Press the Bales brand them and consign in accord- 1 »- &nce with the advice on the right.. »'( thoroughness of the tinn s 'worl^as ' jfefcr iBfll 1 K ' I Vr^e p';1 th?/'X-P^lenJ ' ill ^ J! | Winchcombe, Carson Ltd I Winchcombe House, Bridge St., Sydney. Branch at Ys ».i I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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British Wren Poses [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

British Wren Poses wam^D* t]rp£aI'of the Wrens of Biitain — the Women s Royal Naval Service. After tv/o months train Zt/r,a y SekCttd WfenS are capab,e of runn'ng small ab e a hora'^Welth'S' ^ Wrcns are «cognis- Z n J T,y. tl?e dlst,nctlve white lanyard worn round knifp J ,S£ purely decorativj- They carry a oumnc ^ °/ ** ,anyard- Their boats serve many

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BO[?] ATTACK Youth's Extensive Wounds [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

B0j ? ATTACK | Youth's Extensive Wounds Noel Dixon (.18.! was attacked * . by a valuable boar on his father s ? propefrty on the Collie road, near ' Dubbo. He suffered lour extensive wcunds to t^e jnside oJ J leg and was admitted to .a -private hospital at Dubbo. Wjven Dixon went to attend to the pigs which his lather has on the hold ing, he had to drive them, and whnc this was being done the boar, which has been dn the property for si:-, years, charged him. It knccked him to the ground and ripped his clothing ar.d the flesh ofl the leg before he was able to fight it off, get up and scramble irvo an outhouse near where he was wording. He called for help, and his lather and mother, Mr. and Mrs. C. Dixon, went to his assistance and got him to the homestead nearby. The father went out to clear the pigs away and the boar attacked him. He returned with a rifle and when the ani mal made a further attack he shot it. It continued the attack the chased Mr. Dixon into an outhouse. Reloading t...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. TRANSFER TO BLAYNEY Carcoar P.P. Office (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

CORRESPONDENCE. TRANSFER TO BLAYNEY Carcoar P.P. Office (To the Editor), Sir, — By its intervention in the mat ter of Carcoar P.P. office, the Advance Blayney League does not rcflect much credit on its own town. Leagues to ad vance the interests of given areas should aim at constructive work, in their own provinces, rather than at sneak-thieving the institution of other centrcs. The President of Lyndhurst Shire' I recently commented on the regrettable tendency for small centres to '.ose their business to larger towns. His words ought to be studied by the grab-alls of Blayney. A weak-kneed Minister lcr Lands some years ago transferred the Car coar Lands Office to Blayney, and that Minister was a member 'of an adminis tration which never tired of talking de centralisation. It will be. .interesting to see if Mr. Dunn is of a difierent calibre. The Directors of Carcoar P.P. Board, who have initiated the move for the re moval of the office to a larger centre, are also sticklers for decen...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN FRONT LINE [?] LAST JULY Lyndhurst Boy Write [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

IN FRONT LINE LAST JULY Lyndhurst Boy Writ; he ^ In a recent letter to his ^ :u Vlr. and Mrs. P„ O'Connor, L (. 1 ti? O'Connor states that he h; ?- ?; a good Xmas dinner, which cc : „- ud . I plentiful supply of ham, ? nrk-?.y ..cn O.'iier ao-:.'. -fc-'asr ?- I'm fce.-n ?? iv Gu.io.ti f-y. 1 h ?. . ? ? r''?f ir_V;t sincc las-! -1 ' us en vmjtc ? i;s n.'iv uv ;'io. ? ? . ? .j.v.-iuy r- I.!.- he O.T. » i ? ? ; - ?... iv-enc;,

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Transfer Of Priests Blayney & Carcoar Parishes [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

Transfer Of Priests Blayney & Carcoar Parishes Both Blaymey arw ? «??... ? K.C parishes are to i ? -«. priests in the near fuf V. Rev. Fr. Timothy Eviston, oi Carcoar, has been appointed parish priest of Molong, and Rev. Fr. Thomas Wisely, of Blayney, will succeed mm at uarcuar. I Blayney's new parish priest is Rev. Fr. Thomas Healy, who has been as sistant priest at Canowindra. Following a solemn Requiem Mass in tne Chapei of St. Stanislaus' Col lege, Bathurst, His Lordship, Dr. Norton presided over a meeting of clergy and announced various ap pointments and ; transfer among the priest of the diocese. In addition to those mentioned, the appointments and transfer included: V. Rev. Fr. Thomas Brosnan, Mo long, to be parish priest of Canowin dra. Assistant priests: Rev. Father John Scanlan. from Dubbo to Gulgong; Rev, Father Jere miah Healey from Cowra to Dubbo; Rev. Father Jeremiah Foley, from Gulgong to Orange. .Rev. 'Father Leo Grant (newly ordainied) to Bathurst. Rev. Fr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

I £50 REWARD ft ? 1 tHE above reward wil! be paid io? I information leading to the conviction a of any person or persons damaging |\ wire netting fencing, interfering with | mood or netting gates or cutting or | removing wire from any of the fences | ok 'Sunny ridge.' | 1 R. J. FAGAN, I 'Sunny ttiderfl.' Mandurarna. i-u^i ? — — |pj. Boys IIPffPURST for'. , MI^P^y-massey p^BTS^N HANd!D — ^B|U1,st

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURNT YARDS WOOL TO 22d. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

BURNT YARDS' vV jGL TO 2U During last week's Winchcombe, Carson, Syd \.-r. behalf of Baker Bros the f Top lines were as follows: . .£'? AAA e 21*d„ AAA h 19id, AAe 1 8 id, AA h

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MUST BE RELEASED IF NOT KEY MEN Shearers In Other Occupations [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

MUST BE RELEASED IF NOT KEY MEN Shearers In Other Occupations \ WARNING to employers that an | skilled shearing personnel in os- , sentiol industries, other than absoli.i.:. , key men. nui?'. be made available foi shearing in the coming season was given by the Manpower Director. Mr Wurth. Lists are also being prepar ed of accreditor itinerant and skilled shearers who are now in the Army, i and the Army will be asked to lelea-x | them wherever possible. 'These men j will then be available for shearing during the season and to be diverted to other rurc! and seasonal work during the off season.' said Mr. Wurth. Explanning his warning employers. Mr. Wurth pointed oiit that upon the completion of sheai ing, numbers of shearers gravitated to jobs of major importance, ami when they were required the follow- - ing season, employers were reluctant to release them'.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£2000 TO RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

JE 2000 TO RED CROSS MEN repatriated from Germany do nated £2000 to Red Cross funds when they arrived in Egvpt They re quested that their thanks and appreci ation be conveyed to the subscribers and L.J 1_ ?! ... wuu neiped to provide for their relief and sustenance in captivity, and stated that the money they jjave was an expression of their gratitude for the services given by Red Cross dur ing their internment.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Blayney, Barry In Cup Draw [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

Blayney, Barry In Cup Draw BARRY, Thursday ,_Blayney cric keters fielded their strongest combi nation in the latest O'Neill Cup match, and held high hopes of vic tory. C. Muggleton won the toss from J. iooney ana elected to bat. The open ers did not last long, but Clancy and C. Muggleton added many runs be fore being separated. After another 18 had been added Muggleton was caught. Smith came in and a fine partnership between him and Toohey put the score to 135. Moad and Smith added 39. The latter went for a big hit and was well caught by Dwyer. The other batsmen offered little resistance and the innings clos ed at 195. Jack Melville bore the brunt of the j bowling and was unlucky in not se- 1 curing more wickets. Barry team played for a draw. Al though W. Kable got few runs he batted very solidly and ma_e a drav, almost a certainty. B. Melville. B. and R. McKenzie. and A. Toohey also showed fine defence. Scores:— Blayney, first innings: C. Quail, b J. Melville, 4; A. Kingham, c Kabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

CAM REED & (late DAVE REEI Undertakers A. Monus Masons. Adelaide Street, Blav 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted R and Dignified Lvcal Rep: osentu' Mr. Arthur Hi 'PHONE: CARCOAR Cook Bi BLAYNEY :\a'N' 'LWCE tliat tliey nave i ; : i t t i. ? ; I :;y thy Agricultural ' :r.tn*L i;? SOLE AGENTS IN THE CARCOAR DISTRICT' for receival of all Vegetable {jrown under contract witf the Commonwealth Govert ment. Mso Sole Agents for receival ' icaliv frown Potatoes under viovernment contract scheme. FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLli ON APPLICATION.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

i-!li ? NOTICE - ' OF £150 will bfe paid to the person or persons giving jtr V? / , Information that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL IN(| SHEEP from 'Coombing Park.' ^ . 'j ?' ? _*'-s REGARD OF £50 will be paid for information leading to tht W04 , r' cbji^tton .--£ , anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Net ?|pY rvtl^^'.^Cbp^ing Park.'' ;? .^PTTONE'^FdllND TRESPASSING, Shooting, Iiabbiting or Fishing y* i 'CodttibinS Park,' will be prosecuted without resptect to pei a**;.- ,, v '? . 2mm. | , ^taW^^^^ORA^OMPANY LIMITED

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

N UF . SED ! ? After 40 Years' Trading in Carcoar «?«* nn- stil) dninir nur best to give satisfaction Clark,£?Co LEAVE YOUR OljiDER FOR THE 'CHRONICLE' I W ITH US.

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