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FURTHER PROSECUTIONS P. P. BOARD'S DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 5 October 1949

FURTHER PR(»ECUTI0NS P. P. BOARD'S DECISION. Carcoar P. P. Board Directors decided on Monday to prosecute three more landholders fox fail tng to destroy rabbits. Mr. A. Cooley (Rabbit Inspector) reported : 'During the course of inspections carried out during the month a con siderable portion of the 'district we,- i covered. Rabbit infestation in some, areas has become very serious. 'DEPLORABLE CONDITION.' 'The condition of some p-rope.r- ties is deplorable. 'Very unsatisfactory work has been carried tout in some instances by partly digging out as the burrows are now being re-worked and are breed ing grounds. 'Fences in a number of cases are in a very bad state of repair and are baldly in need of attention. 'All travelling stock reserves in spected are showing rabbit infesta tion and require attention. REDUCE AREA. 'Some large reserves in remote j areas could receive .much ? better maintenance if they were reduced in area. 'At present it Is an impossible task to give full attention t...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 5 October 1949

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Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 5 October 1949

?; BO^^C^UfllGEv ? 4 FORCROWNING OF QUEEN. SSm SATURDAY. OCTOBER X!ll. leaving Blayney at I ii- pji-. AMENDMENT TO TROTTING PROGRAMME CARCOAR SHOW WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12. All Entries for the Trotting Races Will Close on THURSDAY, 6th Oct., 19(9, in lien of Friday, 7th Oct. Maiden Trot to read : 'Beginners' Trot,' for horses to be* assessed at 2L35 only. Carcoar Handicap to read : For horses to be assessed at 2.29 or bet ter- , Lyndhurst Flying Handicap to read: For horses to be assessed at 2.25 or better. Wool Exhibitors Please Note: Entries are to be in the hands of the Secretary on the day before the Show. RON HTNES, Secretary! TAXI CAB SERVICE Travel the road in a Fopd V8, For your appointment don't be late ; Rlng,''82D Night or Day, And service is sure to come your way; Mb trip too short, mo trip tcto f&r, So travel in comfort in a '49 car. For Service and Reliability D. LUCK'S TAXI SERVICE THOXE 82D. ORANGE HORSE SALE HONDAY, 31M OCTOBER. Next Sale Above Date. Owners are...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIREWORKS NIGHT PLANNED [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 5 October 1949

j FIREWORKS ! NIGHT PLANNED ? * ? Discussion was in lighter vein, in every sense of the itirm^ when Blayney Chamber of Coemmeroei members decided last week to conduct a Fireworks night during | j the Spring Carnival Celebrations. | it will be held on Monday, October i 31. the location to be selected. Despite the late hour membens were c_ «.qt*o frtrm itniriA wittioismR at- 1 ? tainingr a higher standard than that| set by many of our leading comedi-; ains. The idea cxf a Fireworks night em-j , anated from Mr. Stan Mallick. I PUT SOME LIFE INTO IT. ! j 'I think that would put a bit of, ! life into the Carnival,' he added. 'Wei j could arrange a bonfire as well if, necessary. We could allocate some , money and people could bring along:' crackers and we could have a jolly j good night', he added. j Sir. E. Mumford : I think there is| something iin that suggestion. j Other speakers favoured the ivlea, conduct of a Torchlight procession also being suggested. Mr. Mallick said he intended t...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 5 October 1949

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Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROCKING AT NEVILLE C.W.A. BALL. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 5 October 1949

FROCKING AT NEVILLE C.W.A. BALL. ? m ? (Contributed'). The sum of £58.5.5 was cleared as a result of the recent C.W.A. ball at Neville. A competitibn, guessing the name of the doll, yielded £5.2.6. The winner' of the competition was Mrs. Griffiths. I Some of the frocks were : Mrs. T. Sparke, floral taffetta ; Miss A, Bird, grteen moire taffetta ; Mra. J. Webster, shot taffetta; Miss E. Parker, pale blue net; Miss M. Pros per, blue crepe; Miss G. Bell, blajck taffetta skirt, with white lace blouse; Miss B. Sparke, white lace an-d net; Miss M. Eve, plaid taflietta; Mrs. M. Speers, hand painted rimrose taf feta ; Miss J. Cramp, white lace amd net over moire taffetta; Mrs. C. Cox, blue beaded crepe; Mrs. V. Melville, green taffetta. Mrs. K. Radbum, white marquis ette over satin; Mrs. R. Lobley, green corded crepe ; Mrs. R. Speers, pink floral satin; Mrs. J. Rowlands, pink lame lace over taffetta; '.Mrs. D. Colburt, American Beauty crepe; Mrs. M. Lees, black nylon marquisette. Miss M. Sa...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISS AUDREY MOLLOY CELEBRATES COMING OF AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 5 October 1949

MISS AUDREY MOLLOY CELEBRATES COMING OF AGE. ? at ? The Wootahra Golf House, in Its i beautiful setting of lawtas and gardens, wae the scene of a bap* -1 py, gathering1 on the ocqMton of a ? party to celebrate the oonhg of , ^ age of Miss Audrey Molloy. M The parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H, v; Molloy, of 'Derry Park', Mandurama,/ ^ I || with therr aaugnier, wiiga, wno was . i ^ enjoying annual holidays from fflurs- ^'| Ln^ 'dutio? nt Sr Vincent's Hospital, ... motored down for the event. y, i| MANY GUESTS || Guests to the number of one hun dred included family, friends from ;[| Molong. Cainowindra, ^landurama and '.v \ |? Bathurst and school friends of days ' ;s. : | at St. Vincent's, Potts Point. It was j A pleasing again to see Mrs. R. Fagan' '..'.^, 1 1 looking extremely well after a if cent illness, amd a happy family link i was supplied by the presence of a great uncle and aunt. Mr. atld Mrs. ? ftp M. Molloy. of Manly. Audrey looked very dainty in a ,. w| beautiful frock of aqua la...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. KELLY OVERLOOKED PURPOSE OF LETTER? [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 5 October 1949

MR. KELLY OVERLOOKED PURPOSE OF LETTER ? There have been further devel opments In connection with the scheme to havie an Agricultural High School established at Blay ney. Following the Aug. ji*eeting of the Chamber of Commerce a letter was despatched to the Minister for Health and Member for Bathurst \mi. v^. j-- . rw.e«yj. xms asKea Mr. Itblly to irdicate what would be the requirements for an Agricultural High School. He replied that he would be glad to make inquiries and would ap proach the Minister for Education (Mr. R. J. Heffron) about the pos sibility of having a School establish ed here. Mr. Everitt commented that at ' the Chamber's Executive meeting it was stated that Mr. Kelly had over^ looked the purpose tof the letter and further correspondence had been sent. There had been no reply to this. SUPPORT PROMISED Mr. Everitt added that, as suggest ed at the previous meeting, he had contacted various district residents in connection with compiling data as to the suitability of ...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gallymont [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 5 October 1949

Gallymont ' ?? ? t ? Friends of Mr. H. J. Molloy .will regret to hear that he has had a long period of illness and is now an inmate of Gloucester House. Sincere wishes go to Harry for a speedy recovery and return home. ; The welcome news has been re ceived that Mr. C. Piatt, who recently , met with a most painful accident, has now neen cnscnargea rrom f rinae Alfred Hospital. Clarrie is a son Of Mr. and Mrs. W. Piatt, of 'Orchard * I Vale,' Gallymont. September brought the fifth fall X of snow for the year ton the night of 24th. Evidently it was a heavy fall j'} for, though preceeded and followed i j! by heavy rain, there was a depth of ij an inch at 7 am. said the hills C)ax- '' ? ried a covering untH midday. fc ? The rainfall stands at 495 points ft ; for September in twelve falls, bring- | i ing the total for the year to 1973' | '? points. |

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY THOMAS VINCENT SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 5 October 1949

OBITUARY   THOMAS VINCENT SMITH. After a long illness the death oc- curred in the Blayney District Hospi- tal recently of Mr. Thomas Vincent Smith, of Lyndhurst, at the age of 71   years.   Deceased, who was born at Neville, was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith, who were amongst the early settlers in the Lyndhurst dis- trict. The family later moved to Carcoar and finally settled at Lynd- hurst about 60 years ago. In 1910 the late Mr. Smith married Miss Gertrude Chesher, of Gally- mont, who still survives. There is also one daughter, Mealie (Mrs. Jim O'Leary, of Cowra).   Besides one brother and one sister,   who predeceased him, four sisters are   still living, being Connie (Mrs. Trathen, Bondi), Mary (Mrs. Mar- shall, Seven Hills), Hilda (Mrs. Ben- son, Canley Vale), and Ethel (Mrs. May, Bondi).   After a service at the Catholic   Church, the funeral then moved to th...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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