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Bolts Through Race Crowd: Thrills At Meeting ADIES HAVE ESCAPE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

®ts Crowd : ThrWs At Meeting ADIES HAVE I ESCAPE . ,.r -;n jtional incident oc le running of tbe 1 - Blayney Hospital . on Saturday last. ? h.j-v:s competing, owned jViviiUnam, of Barry, took hl'wlicn its saddle slipped and dis ked the rider. ybc animal crashed through the cty fence, and galloped amongst the which scattered in all directions, passed between two cars, on the run board of which were seated Mrs. r Riordan and her little daughter, js, Riordan, senr., Mrs. Purser, Mrs. I,n Welch and child. They were all g^cd down or brushed aside by tbe jixial 'ts Flight. jt was at first thought that some of sc were seriously injured, but medical iinination later revealed only minor jrics, principally bruises. Needless to all suffered severely from shock. After passing through the two cars, . horse continued its mad career to fence, then down the 'iane formed by Itcd cars. In its progress, it cannoned inst the rear of a number of vchi ; and knocked the tail light .off two cf m. At the en...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

IE SUCCESSFUL RABBIT DECOY Ri USE ALL THE YEAR iiOUiil*. In Greefl$ or Dry Seed, or Wet Weather. h this formula only half quantity poison is required, and Rabbits ' die on trail. SULT OF MANY YEARS' RESEARCH and EXPERIENCE ND £1 POSTAL, NOTE for trial ottle. Sufficient for large quantity f baits, and full instructions. L PARSONS 22 WEIL AVE., ENFIELD, SYDNEY. THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICF 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. .? Efficiency and Inters ty ire the keynotes of this Company. Sympathetic ?oufderatlon is the watchword. Prompt and honorable settlement «f all rfalmw Is the 'motto.' j Represented throughout this district by— W. J. BRADY — CARCOAR THE ARMERS & GRAZIERS GREAT STOCK RECORD AT HOSCEfUSH For the past 22 YEARS, the achievement of the 'F. & G.' in selling the GREATEST NUMBER of Sheep and Lambs Ik a performance which SPEAKS FOR ITSELF ? . ! 3ui'5 '.s iie Company's* Reputation for SECURING HIGHER PRICES and ITS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY PARTY I f ? ? J. M. Caldwell i i' ENDORSED I I FOR m^raCeS: 1. A Returned Soldief from World War 1. (He was al prisoner in Germany for 2 years) . 2. Prominent Member and Officer in V.D.C. 3. President of Canobolas Shire Council. r .4. A Director of Orange Base, Hospital for 10 years. 5. A Successful Farmer and Grazier in Orange District. 6. A Life-Long Resident of t tbe District. 1 I VOTE:— CALDWELL, J. M. tl] CUT THIS OUT AND SEND IT TO YOUR SAILOR, SOLDIER OR AIR FORCE £ RELATIVE OR FRIEND. Give Him a chance to know foe whom, to Vote. Every peony saved is a direct contribution to the war aflort. ^ ' Wa do help the war *1101111 wa place our »»»?* in a SaringjyjjW account, or if we buy 5/- . National Saving* Stamps. unnecessary spandina. One page oi a National Savings jmnjgggpwt. will contain enough *UmM -a) l«x us* a* a ^ej^ or^j^agwya a War Bond, while thetfjOl -faObk Ml purehaaji^ f 10 M»a|mquight. Single P|9'» °! ^ Get your iree book l^^^mvku*%our ^/- National...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

Carcoar District Hosptial TRIENNIAL ELEjppf OF DIRECTORS THE ATTENTION of Contributors to tbe New South Wales Country Benefits J Association, Central Western Zone, is. J hereby invited to the fact that if they j desire to be deemed Subscribers to the I abovementioned Hospital for the purpose of the'- forthcoming triennial election of , directors, to be held in July or August, *y44, they may do so provided that their contributions amount to not less than Ten (10) Shillings during the Hospital year commencing 1st July, 1943. It wfll be necessary for any such Contributor who wishes to be' enrolled as a subscriber to the abovementioned Hos pital to write to the undersigned not later than the 30th June, 1944, stating this fact and, at the same time, to for ward his Contribution Scheme Book as evidence of his right. If he is a member of a Group and has no Book, his ap plication must be accompanied by a cer tificate from his Employer stating the total of his contributions during the period...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

You Have Exactly 10 Days IN WHICH TO RELEASE THE Stranglehold OF National Socialism AND Bureaucratic Influence by Changing your Government on May 27 Vote [1] \ Gardiner The Endorsed Country Party Candidate The New South Wales Parlia ment has already delegated a Substantial Portion of its rights and, powers to the Commonwealth for Five Years after the war, and perhaps forever DON'T let them delegate the balance IT'S UP TO YOU ? Labor In their window dressing: — FORGE! SUCH THINGS as the shocking' 'administration of the CHILD WELFARE DEPARTMENT: t|be failure to reform LUNACY LAWS;' fie many scandals and blun- ' ders associated with '4h£ 'POLICE ADMJNJ$TRATJOM; the ANARCHY at, the STATE -^|^TTOJR$.; * the MILK MUDDLE— and these a^ onfy ! a few of the outstanding examples of Government inaction and inepti tude in $ie past, tljree years. ARE YOU GOING to let them keep the PRESSURE UP until such time that, you have nothing left except SLAVERY under a BUREAUCRATIC ' GOVERN ME^ ? End jt now...

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BOY RABBITERS FRIGHTEN HORSE [?]ULKY CAPSIZES AT WOMBEANA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

BOY. RABBITERS I FRIGHTEN HORSE rULKY CAPSIZES AT WOMBEANA I Recently a sulky containing two istrict residents was capsized at /ombeana siding, between Blayney nd Milltborpe, as a result of the orse taking fright. Ir. and Mrs. Watson, gatekeepers at Ifcbeana, were driving into Blayney in ?sulky, owned by Mr. L. T. Nicholls, I were crossing the narrow embank |t leading to the siding when two' is suddenly appeared from behind kc nearby blackberry bushes, where L were rabbiting. ? I [The horse swerved suddenly, and the ky toppled down the steep incline, king Mr. and Mrs. Watson with it. kunate'iy, neither of the occupants, nor horse, was injured, but the sulky i badly damaged. 'DANGER SPOT.' \t the May meeting of Lyndhurst re Council, at which he described the dent, Cr. A. Amos (Milltborpe) said embankment was only 1 2ft.' shoulder shoulder. It was the only ' ip!iet to, mbeana Siding, and was dangerous, knew the Shire, had a lot of work in I pit of it, but human life was valii [e and s...

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"THE WILD ROSE" Delightful Carcoar Concert And Operetta [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

'THE WILD ROSE' Delightful Carcoar Concert And Operetta The pupils of the Convent of , Mercy, Carcoar, presented an excel- j ? lent concert and operetta, 'The Wild Rose,' to a large and appre ciative audience in the local hall on Monday nieht last. i The curtain rose to the strains of j 'God Save the King.' 'Swinging Along To Victory' was then stirringly render ed by the combined schools, Lynette Doyle and Barbara Savage, two tiny tots, leading their respective groups in true mi'iitary style. This itemi was both popular and spectacular. Mrs. R. Cassidy's rich voice was he'ard to advantage in 'By The Waters of Minnetonka,' and in response to con tinued applause, she feelingly sang 'The Indian Love Call.' A very high standard of proficiency was reached by the Junior verse speak ing class, who artistically delivered bnow In Town' and 'The Daffodils' Lull aby.' Miss G. O'Mally's rendition of 'Bird's Song At Eventide' was exceptionally pleasing as was her encore number, 'To Music. The sp...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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[?]IRGE CROWD AT [?]ARRY WELCOME HOME Gnr. A. Cheney Honored [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

IaRGE CROWD AT BARRY WELCOME HOME I-. , r~£r 'j Gnr. A. Cheney Honored Despite inclement weather, a large crowd attended the social at Barry . on Thursday night last, in honor or Gunner Alan Cheney. Dancing was enjoyec to excellent mu sic provided by Misses Sparke and Che ney and Mr.. H. Roach. Mr. P. Hilde -;andt made a capable M.C. . Eulogistic speeches concerning the guests 'many fine qualities were made' by Messrs, P. Masters, H, Roach, Gun 'er Briggs, P. Hildebrandt and H. Cork. Gunner Cheney suitably responded, Jid thanked those responsible for regu krly^sendi&g parcels to the soldiers. ?An e*cellent supper was served by the ladies. v PERSONAL. ' Mrs.'iL Cheney and sons, William and Osrsr- „? 'l— ' ? die jnouuayiug iu » Mrs. Cork is spending the school va Cjtion 'Jft Orange, being the guest of her -ghter, Mrs. V. ,Kable. ' Mr. and Mrs, C. Dwyer have return from their honeymoon. To ,date, about I0U„ 'points of rain hjVe 'been' recorded at fearry during the (?Wt month. A...

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BLAY[?] TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

[?] The serious illness of Mr. R- H Ewens, of 32 Brunswick Street, Or ange. and late of 'Hearlstone, Man durama, is causing his wife and fam ily grave concern. * * * The Rev. J. McKinney left on Mon ! day to attend the N.S.W. General Assembly of the Presbyterian Churcn. Rev. C. R. Harwood, of the Methodist Church, has kindly consented to noia combined services with the Presby terians for Sunday, May 21, during the Minister's absence. * » * The Hon. C. A. Kelly, Minister for Health, was amongst visitors who at tended the race meeting at Blayney on Saturday. Spending a few d v Mr. and Mrs. T. } Street, Blayney, b -. Burchell, of Chats wt.. . Craig, of Linafield. yesterday afternoon. * As will be seen sue, the annual an j ney District Ban , Friday night, 19th i: „ of the nuz'ing is Mi „ in Adelaide Street, anu _ 0 commencement, 8 p.m. Member would appreciate a large attendant: of the public at the meeting, and thu give encouragement to the organisa tion. The Band has done a splendi- jo...

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LEND-LEASE F[?] FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

LEND-LEASE f00fl| FIGURES) ? The U.S. War Food has reported that I IS- food^H eries under Lend-Leise for^^H totalled 11,488,000,000 P0U^^H about double 1942's deliver^^H 5,730,000,000 pounds. ? Chastity is like an isikel; melts, that's the last ov ' Billings. ,

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SMOKERS, BEWARE: WATCH THAT TIN! [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

SMOKERS, BEWARE : WATCH TffiW TIN! A corre^pondentwrites to an' exchange warning smokers to be wary wihen ' buying tobacco in ,/ tins. ? ? ? ' ; 1 He declares that 'hJ* recency ^purchased for 3/_ a tin of what w£ls purp^i'ted to contain1 two ounces-, of ? ready . rubbed fine ? cut and' which he found to contain , about 'an ounce the remniants : of cigarette' butts', arid ' which - %ad t-een carefully collected antf ' tinned. The ashes of the cigar ette ends were plainly visible on examination. ?

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Mandhurama Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

Mandurama Personals Mr. L. Carney, who has been relieving porter at Mandurama railway station, left for Sydney on Wednesday night last, ' to which centre he had been transferred. j * * * | Mf. and Mrs. S„ Bel'l and family left for Sydriey last week to attend the wed ding of Mr. and Mrs. C.' L. Ridley's daughter. * * 1 Mrs. A. Quince, accompanied by her son, Rojr. dau^ht£c, ' $ecj& 'and ' small., nephew, John! Ko^ebo^toip, left for! Sydney on Friday last spend a holiday with relatives and friends. * * In a Letter to the local Comforts Fun4v Sgt.-Maj. Neil McGlashan extends thanks foif parcels received. * * ' y » Sei^t Gopsta,bJe McGpvern, with Mrs. McGpvern ano daughter, is on annual leave in the City. * ' * * Ml- Payne, Stationmaster at Mandu : ra,ma, is spending annual leave with ( relatives and friends in Sydney. Master Ken Cardow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cardow, arrived home last week to spend a holiday with his parents and friends. Mr. ^nd Mjrs. T. Ryan and daughter -are WMB...

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LEFT NAME ADDRESS: BURGLAR OBLIGES AT LITHGOW [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

LEFT NAME AND ADDRESS : BURGLAR OBLIGES AT UTHGOW A I^OTE found on the premises of , John. Herbert. Uatcheldor', auctioneer, of 1 64 Mainrstre'et, Lithgqw; following a robbery there led to' the' ?rres( of Wil liam Alfred Morris arid his . subsequent appearance before Mr. R:. S.o'iling;, P.M.. at the Lithgow -'police court this week, when he was- committed for trial at Bath'urst ? Quarter .Sessions. The . note had Morris' name an$i working address on it, and police alleged that he acci dentally dropped it- while burgling the store. The . robbery took place on the night of May 1, and on the following da«y Morris was charged with breaking, entering and stealing. It is a'lleged that he took 231b. of rabbit skins, valued at 5/- a lb., and a sum of money to the value of £6/19/11 — the latter mostly in coppers.

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C.P. Candidate "Kicks Off" Will Wear Civilians [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

C.P. Candidate 'Kicks Off' Will Wear Civilians ' Lieut. A. K. Gardiner, C.P. can didate for Bathurst, opened his election campaign at Oberon on Saturday. He also visited Rockley and Burtaga. He was well received. Lieut. Gardiner is discarding his military uniform during the elections. 'It's three and a half years since I last wore 'civvies' and by now they probably won't fit me, he said. Lieut. Gardiner was six days travel ling from Western Australia, where he was stationed. Five nights he spent aboard a train, and at night he slept on boards in a military tent. As reported in Friday's 'West Mac quarie,' he sjiffered a setback on his arrival in Sydney on Thursday, his suit case being sto'ien from within a few feet of him on Central Railway Station. He was signing a receipt wiien ins, bag. which he had placed just behind him, disappeared. It contained some personal belongings, clothing and data relating to his campaign. His probable itinerary for the rest of this week is: Wednesday, ...

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Restricted To Roads And Streets LOCAL ELECTRICITY LINE SUBSIDY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

Restricted* To Roads Apd ?-**) ?- Street LOCAL -ELECTRICITY LINE? SUBSIDY . V 4 ft ? 1 Lyndhu'rtt 'Shire Council's deci sion to beaf up to £20 of. the cost of extensions for new electricity services does not apply to services across private property. It was decided at last meeting that the expenditure be confined to public roads and streets in tne loan rate area. The Electrical Engineer (Mr. John ston) had asked for a ruling in the mat ter. General opinion of Council was against Council bearing the cost of ex tensions across private land. Cr„ Innes (Pres.) expressed the view that the time was coming when Coun cil would have to ei;ect' 'lines and charge rental. 'DEAD-ENDS.' Cr. Amos did not favor the erection j of separate lines across private property. Such a scheme, he contended, would in volve too many de'ad-ends. The best policy would be to extend along roads. Finally, Cr. Cook moved, Cr.. Hill seconded, and it was carried, that the £20 expenditure on the Council's part be confin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

T. G. STAMMERS auctioneer v STOCK AND STATION AGENT Sales ? Ag^nt For: — Fatmers' and Settlers' Co-op. Insurance Compan- DOMO SEPARATORS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

il | !v-- CHRONICLE' is cn sale at tfo v- Newsagents: ilvi'RS. HEALY, Blayney. VJ. QLARK, Carcoat. C. j. LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. MRS. ROSSER, Blayncy. J. C. AMOS, Milltborpe. C. H. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. MAY K DEVENISH, Neville. W. H. HILL, Woodstock. V. P. COLLINS, Newbridge. INDi-V PLACE YOUR ORDER, 'as cwsprint restrictions necessitate a TRICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER F EXTRAS PRINTED.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

AH. Coffins UCENSED STOCK AND STATION AGENT. '# ? ? Agency for Unit nsnrsuvse Cfc PHONE: NEVTLIjE * ? I ? - ? ? ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

[?] HAUjO^ THfr IV , ft ,1 ^ ' FATHER, OF MOTHERHOOD \ I ^ VN| y. Endowment- has fod6htfok THIS 'BUILDING fOK MOTHERS' vk\ f Jj h OF OUR. FUTURE CITIZENS-. Jr Ih^V Baby is our Best EMlGRANT I BOAW-.WHICH WAS brtowt ' *« I BV A UAP-UCP.eovr HAS Btt« F/NALL'/ K.O.»BYTHE I tARooR Govt AS PROMISED BY ' 1;§ I IT Mao DOME-MORE DAMAGE TOTO fifUWERf -.nAh . j,#* , I «'**? M0TH -* black spot. ? : J ,,^1# , ? FOR TREW^EHT OFStD(KB^Hp|f|! HVOM A LARGE AREA. ' : MONEV SPENT HAS ;0WEjj^^Kg||^;' ';' ' FtTED '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

Dmer (to orchestra leader): Do y°« fver play anything by request? Delighted Musican: Certainly, sir. Dmer: Then I wonder if you'd be so gooa as to play a frame of dominoes until I've finished )?,.? * u Jones (to.,neigl t;w: . v*r tbe :: fence): 1 uri'dfemca.ud. oia mar .. c ; you have Brown ; reke. j Yes, replied th«.* neighbor. _ Well, said Jones, ff . r v I that occasionally. .1 »; '? ii^w his roller whenever y-m

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