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TECHNICAL COLLEGE EXAMINATIONS District Passes [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

TECHNICAL COLLEGE EXAMINATIONS District Passes Following are district Technical College examination results - '.vorr.en's \ handicraft department ? : — j LVXDHIRST I Dressmaking. — Stage I — Pass: i Naven, Doris; Pratt. Xoek-r.e: Dav-.es. | Gertrude. Stage II — Pass: Bowen. ! Ridley. Muriel: Ridley. Doreer.: K no. Monica * ; i MAXDIRAM \ i Dressmaking. — Stage I — Pass; j Watt. Svhia. Stage II— Pass: Cole,' Elsie: Gurnev. Claire: Ccates. Xona: Smith. Elsie: Perry. Molly. Stage III. Grade A: Baker. Phyllis: Har ris, Patricia. MELLTHORPE Dressmaking. — Stage I — Pass: Locke. Lillian E.; Whiiey. Hilda Stage II — Pass: Bentlev. Mavis E. : Fiddock, Isabel L Stage III. Grade B: Webster. Lillian H Grade C: Webster. Lorna H. WOODSTOCK i Dressmaking. — Stage I — Pass: I Hill. Grace; Reynolds, Audrey, StageJ D — Pass: Goo-iacre. Nona: Kerr, j Betty; Maybury. Norma. J

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARRY HOSPITAL SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

BARRY HOSPITAL I SOCIAL i I he social and euchre party held mtly at Barry, in aid of Blayney ipital, was successful, and the itution will benefit by a consid ole sum. he euchre prizes were won by idames Toohey and Masters, who ded the prize, and by Mr. T. A. lock. The prizes were donated by i. T. Osborne.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEVILLE P.O.W.'s EXPERIENCES Bathurst-Blayney Mediocs Abroad [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

NEVILLE P.O.W. 's EXPERIENCES Bathurst-BIayney Mediocs Abroad Pte. Bob Gray, of Neville re cently returned pri^oner.of-war, has 'the greatest commenda-jon for the ofiicer-in. charge of the medical unit to which he was at tached — Major Brooke-Moore, of Bathurst. 'When we were captured, ' ^a.d Pte Gray, 'the Dc-ctcr v.- a.- ir. -.b'.rre of the Hospitai. ar.d the skilful c?er arions that he p-erfcrmed ear.-.-; i :or him from his German captors a repu tation of whic-r. any medico v:; ,:'d be proud. He was not only weil i.kri by all his men, but a n'.an who v.' as sreat y admired.' An instance of the old saving 'The world is only small after all.' ? was the experience of Pie Gray whilst- in Egypt on his way horr.e At a place called Sidi Bishi. he had occasion to fall out on sick par I ade, and the first to gree: him was 'Major F. O. B. Wilkinson, who, until j his enlistment, was a doctor in prac- j tice at Blayney. j It was Dr. Wilkinson who had ex- ] amined Bob when he enlisted in the ...

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100 YEARS OLD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

100 YEARS OLD Mrs. C. Haselden, well-known in Blayney, who celebrated her 100th birthday on Wednesday last. As reported in last issue of the 'West Macquarie,' Mrs. Hasel den is mother of Mrs.. W. J. Bar ratt, who -resided in Blayney for many years. The Haselden and Barratt families still hav# rela tives in this district. Mrs. Haselden. who is in re markably good health, lives at Woollahar, Sydney. The Rev. H.' C. Barratt, of Condobolin. and formerly a Blayney businessman, is a grandson.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

fARMERS & GRAZIERS »^OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY COMPANY, LTD. km* ; mm a o^eat country organkation WsBk: WHICH HAS PROVED INVALUABLE TO i PRIMARY PRODUCERS. j IS RECOGNISED AS A WORLD-WIDE NECESSITY of CA^H BONUSES TO ALL CONSIGNORS ^ acrt only proved an EFFECTIVE LEVER AGAINST I COSTS, IT HAS REDUCED SELLING 9E&0VKE LIBERAL ADVANCES AT BEDROCK INTEREST RATES ' 'Co-operative Marketing by Consigning Wool, Stock end j Produce to . .

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CORRESPONDENCE. CARCOAR P.P. BOARD OFFICE Suggested Removal To Blayney (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

CORRESPONDENCE. CARCOAR P.P. BOARD OFFICE Suggested Removal To Blayney (To the Editor). Sir, — In reference to the matter of the Carcoar P.P. Office. Mr. rAallick resents the charge that the Advance Blayney League was engeged in sneak-thieving. Well, the office is still located at Carcoar, yet Mr. Mallick admits that weeks ago the League expressed pleasure at the idea of the removal; gave an assurance that the work of the office would be facilita ted if transferred to Blayney;, and volunteered to assist in any way thatl would help the Board in making the tviAirA Tn T V/T*» W O IliPlr explains that his League did not en gage in sneak-thieving, but merely cheered along the actual perpetra I tors, and then flocked down to the slip-rails to help carry home the swag. The Blayney League's interference has been described as an act of cour tesy. A courtesy to whom? Certainly not to the Carcoar peo ple, who are quite pleased to have the P.P. office remain where it is. Yours etc., T. M. BYRNE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. H THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICF- |^H 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Efficiency and integrity are the kejpotes of this Company. Sympathetic oonsideration is the watchword. Prompt and honorable settlement of all claims is the 'motto.' Ti i Represented throughout this district by ? W. J. BRADY _ CARCOAR I ^ l ^ ^^'chcombe,Carson Ltd I ? Brandt at

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GRAZIERS' ANNUAL CONFERENCE Carcoar District Branch's Nine Resolutions [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

GRAZIERS' ANNUAL CONFERENCE Carcoar District Branch's Nine Resolutions The agenda paper for the annual Graziers' Conference, to be held during March, will contain nine resolutions submitted by Car coar District Branch. Mr. H. R. M. Pigott will be the local delegate, this being the 15th occasion in which he has seived in that capacity. The resolutions were adopted at the annual meeting of the Branch, held at Mandurama on Wednesday last, and are as follows: USE OF TIMBER. (1) That an amendment of the Forestry Act be sought to provide that, where a person is the holder of two or more series of blocks, he be allowed to use timber from any of these blocks free of royalty, for the construction of fences, yards, wool sheds or any other buildings used for the purposes of his business on all or any of these blocks, and not only the one from which the timber is taken, as at present obtaining. WATER CONSERVATION AND IRRIGATION. (2) In order to make available in creased areas of land for soldie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

T. G. STAMMERS f AUCTIONEER ' % STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAR SI Sales conducted in Any Part of the District : j Agent For: — '](?; Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. . J Insurance Compan- DOMO SEPARATORS ? . . /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

IlHERE TO BUY THE I 'CHRONICLE' L CHRONICLE' is cn sale at the I wing Newsagents: iiMRS. HEALY, Blayney. W. CLARK. Carcoai. C. J. LEABEATER, Lvndhurst. ^IRS„ ROSSER, Blayney. J. C. AMOS, Millthorpe. -C. H. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. MAY 8 DEVENISH, Neville. W. H. HILL, Woodstock. -LY PLACE YOUR ORDER, as int restrictions necessitate a ;T LIMIT ON THE NUMBER CTRAS PRINTED.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

AUSSIE ] Pictures 1 LYNDHURST j SATURDAY, FEB. 12th [ JOAN BENNETT and LOUIS ] ? HAYWARD in 'MAN IN THE IRON i MASK' (By the same author as 'Count of j Monte Chris to) . And: GENE AUTRY at his best in 'DOWN MEXICO WAY' i 'FIRST AID' (a Pete Smith) tO-A Other Selected Shorts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

I W. J. BRADY - CARCOAR H Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman H and Estate Agent* ? Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator. H U DISTRICT AGENT FOR: COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. (All Classes of Insurance). WILCOX, MOFFLIN. LTD.: Famou: 'Tri-Kos' Drenches end Licks (Stocks on Hand). DANGAR, GEDYE & MALLOCH LTD. (All Classes Farm Machinery) FAMOUS 'CYCLONE' FENCING AND GATES. CLYDE ENGINEERING COY. LTD. (Farm Machinery and Duplicates). I W. J. BRADY, Licensed Agent Hf I Box No. 2 : 'Phone 8 All. Collins LICENSED STOCK AND STATION 5VQENT. Agency fo^ Unit 'nsurance Co. NOTICE !j A REWARD OF £150 will b)e paid to the person or persons givir Information that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAI 'S3 ? ING SHEEP from 'Coombing Park.' §? A REWARD OF £50 will be paid for infom'.ation leading to tl j )\ M conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Ne H ting on 'Coombing Park.'' - H ANYONE FOUND TRESPASSING, Shooting, Rabbiting or Fis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

14,000 CASES OF FRUIT ' PROM NEWBKIDGE? TM3TVVEEN now ,cv.l May. n is «- i pecte-i. H.OOO c.-vifs c£ fruit '''-'iU be railed away :rcc: Xewi»r.o£«. ' That quar.titv v t ^ th-- inti mated yield of W.v.'srd ; orchards at .v.t

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MORE PRIZEMONEY FOR COWRA J.C. MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

' MORE .PRIZEMONEY FOR COWRA J.C. MEETING ; The Cowra Jockey Club has de cided to hold a race meeting on Easter Saturday and Monday, and to increase the usual prizemoney. This j was decided at a meeting of the ' C.J.C. Seven races will be run each ' day — five flat races and two trotting : events. Prizemoney for the first day j will total £145 and the balance will j be distributed on the second day. i

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RECORD COWRA MUSTARD CROP Praised By American Expert [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

RECORD COWRA MUSTARD CROP Praised By American Exuert 'rpHIS- is the greatest mustard crop I have ever seen,' declared an American expert as he watched the harvest of the 60-acre crop of mus tard on Mr. Phillips' property out side Cowra recently. The harvesting af the heavy crop presented a very real problem, because Australia had no machinery equipped to deal with such an undertaking. Finally, after one or two machines had been tried, a decision was reached co press a lit tle Allis Chalmers Allcrop Harvester into service from the Cowra Agricul tural machinery pool of lease-lend and other machinery. Even this would have failed, too, had it not been fcr the ingenuity of a pool ope rator, Mr. C. E. Sharp, who cleverly adapted the machine to do the job by ingenious contrivances specially devised for the purpose by himself.

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ROM CREEK yney Girl [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

i : . j '-hCy Civ 'ROM CREEK I:- yney Girl ► - '- sily have been a ' li'J.' v .-.*owly averted at ''fe-K A ^ Caves (near ' ru .» ' i- days n%o | A ? . ? — ? omprisbing several (.a-. -t i , ad made ths trip 1 iv- : t. afternoon a num j r - . -.u -s decided to have 1st. ;r , the pools of the 5 dren was the in ? l-~- r. and Mrs. Tom ' . id 4 years. She - . from the gather !s mother noticed / h surface in deep j tickly raised, and - .. r«t' - .'''.'j- ; . -ne of the party, f vliediately plunged in, fully cloth f^jEtend effected a smart rescue. |Ihe child, strange to say, suffer i'l&io ill-effects from, her immersion 'M recovered very quickly. The in ^lt caused a shock to those con. d. but. the old adage, 'all's well . ends well' aptly applies to this ;

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CYCLIST BEATS TROTTER AT COWRA SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

CYCLIST BEATS TROTTEK AT COWRA SPOUTS rpRE sporting controversy which has been circulating around town as to which is the faster, a trotter or a bicycle, was decided at Cowra Band Sports Carnival. The cyclist won by half a wheel, says Cov^ra 'Guardian.' The race was between Lawn Wilkes, noted western trotter, driven by trainer Jim Ryan, and Max Burnett, one of Cowra's fastest cyclists. Al fVi /mi n-V- K/-»fU nAryinatitnrc ctflrtpH ? ? — from scratch, Burnett was hanui capped to a certain extent, having participated in several races during the day. Lawn Wilkes took the lead at the start, about hauf a length in front of Burnett, who was slightly to the outside of the trotter. They con tinued in this position until reaching the far side of the track, where Bur. nett took advantage of Lawn Wilkes's lead and drew behind the horse, using it as a windbreak. Com ing around the turn for home, both trotter and cyclist maintained a steady pace. After rounding the bend and with a couple of hund...

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IS NOW IN EXISTENCE CENTRAL TABLELANDS COUNTY COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

IS NOW IN I EXISTENCE CENTRAL TABLELANDS COUNTY COUNCIL I ? r- Hie Central Tablelands County £. Council, to control the Central £ Tablelands Water Scheme, is | now functioning I The proclamation setting- up the I- County Council has been issued, and lithe first meeting will be held at g Canowindra to-day ( Wednesday) to |j elect a Chairman and a County Clerk. | The County District comprises the F Shires of Lyndhurst i Blayney — Mill- I thorpe — Carcoar ) , Waugoola (Cowra pi y v UlfiUTit L,!* DUICC V v cuiu HiUITiV ? VUQal I -f i — Eugowra ) . Lachlan (Condobolin i;i'v | district) and Goobang (Parkes «*is. i !: t trict) and the Municipality of Gren / i fell. f The County Council will comprise LfltKo delegates from the six constitu | P ent councils. Lyndhurst Shire mem |.! \ hers are Crs. J. A. Innes (President) *5 ' | and W. Bums (Vice-President). p|; I I BIG STEP FORWAKD. i The establishment of the County M Council means that an important step .a- 4 forward has been taken towards a...

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RED CROSS SERVICE IN FORWARD AREAS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

RED CROSS SERVICE IN FORWARD AREAS COMMISSIONER Haywood reported to Red Cross on his return from New Guinea that the service through out all areas had been greatly improved, partly because cf the appointment of ad ditional representatives to forward areas, coupled with a fairly regular flow of supplies. Senior representatives were carrying the service right to the V.iit R.A.P's., and consequently Red Cross service was rendered practically from the uiiic a i.iaii wab wuunutu, inruu^ij various staging points, right into hos pital. Service in the New Guinea area included distribution of handicraft work and comforts, library service and ward visiting. Daily picnics and launch par ties arranged by the representatives. Everything possible was done in ord--r to alleviate the tedium of patients and recreation huts were being built.

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JACK TEMPLEMAN A P.O.W. Family Receives Word After Two Years [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 February 1944

JACK TEMPLEMAN \ P.O.W. Family Receives Word After Two Years Good news was recently receiv. ed by the Tempteman family, of Hillston when ftey hari a letter card from their son in Burma. Pte. J. J. Templeman. The note stated that he was well, and. as a prisoner, was working for 10 cents a day. This was the first advice that the family had received concerning their son since the fall of Singapore, and as a lengthy period had elapsed they had only slender hopes that Jack had survived. The news, therefore, was very welcome indeed. Pte. Templeman is well-known in Blayney, having been a frequent visi tor to the home of his brother, Mr. Bill Templeman, of Blayney postal staff. Jack Templeman was a member of a military brass band, in which he played the bass, having previously held the position with the Hillston ! Band Prior to embarking for overseas, i the Band was stationed at Bathurst. ; and on one occasion journeyed to Blayney to help with a programme of music at a cricket match, and al...

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