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Gallymont Personal Pars [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

Gallyinoet . Personal Pars ? I An enjoyable evening was held re cently at 'Willow Vale,' the home «E Mr. and Mrs. K. Molley, when friends assembled to tender felicita tions! to Mr. J. Toohey and Miss M. [Molloy on their approaching mar Tiage. The sentiments of the gather ing 'were aptly conveyed by Mr. K. finimuy* j- ai. xwuvy - Bald that one of their treasured; memories would be the evening spent , at 'Willow Vale.' . Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. F\ Bright, is making a good recovery after a period of illness. Miss T, Healey is visiting Carcoar, 'Where she is^tfye guest of her sister, Mrs: T. Hargans. Friends of- Mrs. E. Fuller, who is fan inmate of Carcoar Hospital, will , toe pleased, to learn that she is mak ing satisfactory progress following an ' appendix operation, ,! Robert, younger son of Mr. and {Krs. K. Molloy, is home again after being a patient in Carcoar Hospital jdue to an attack of bronchitis.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

CARCOAR TOWN TALK Miss Peg Daly has returned to c^*nnsct- after holidays at Katoomba. CpO. Bill Brady, RAAF, has -re- turned to camp after leave spent at Carcoar. ,'A week-end visitor to Carcoar was atoss Betty Brady. r Mrs. C. Kind and young son, Noel, have been holidaying with Mrs. Kind's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Austin, of Molong. ' During the week, Mr. John Kind, from Tokio Radio, heard a message from his son, Pte. Kevin Kind, Kevin reported that he was well and had received correspondence and parcels from the local Red Cross.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STEAM STERILIZATION AND CENTRAL HEATING. Improvements For Blayney District Hospital [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

STEAM STERILIZATION , AND CENTRAL HEATlSfG . Improvements For h District Hospital' Steam sterilization and heating are to be imade:A--ailtoUblB-M^Ef'| , to Blajmey Distifct Hospital. last meeting of^Um Health (Mr. C. A. . Members expressed 1 th'elr

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MILK FOR COWRA BEING BROUGHT FROM SYDNEY Dairy Farms Closing Down [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

MILK FOR COWRA BEING ! BROUGHT FROM SYDNEY Dairy Farms Closing Down So 111 .lily dairies in i!k- forbcs-Covvrj j area have closed down because ? ; i r 1 owners are swiichiny to [at lamb rais ing and vegetable growing that milk is 1 being brought from Sydney. In the past six months five Coxvrj dairies have ceas ed production ar,d a dozen dairv ianncrs aiong the low -lying valley have sold their dairy herds.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 2 August 1944

Lyndhurst Personals Mr. and Mrs. R. McFawn, of the Garland Gate House, are receiving congratulations on the birth of twin boys, which arrived at Carcoar on Friday last. Sgt. Bob McCloskey is at present               spending leave at Lyndhurst with his father, Mr. J. McCIoskey. Bob is home from New Guinea. Also home on leave is Miss Leila   McFawn. Leila is the guest of her   parents at Garland. Mr. F. Anderson arrived from Syd ney on Friday last to accompany his wife and son home. Mrs. Anderson has been holidaying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cant.  

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROFIT OF £12 Blayney. R.S.L. Branch Benefits [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

PROFIT OF £12 ill Blayney, R.S.L. Branch ^jl Benefits | Blaymey Returned Soldere' I Branch share of the profits from | the recent picture entertainment, 1 'Sons Of The Anzacs,' amount. , j I ed to £12. This was disclosed in the balance sheet submitted to the monthly meeting of members. ij Several of those present comment. ? e^ favorably on the excellent sup port given by the public. i President W, Johns said he had j been informed by the people in com- j trol of the film that the returns at i Blayney had been the best so far ob- r tained. A vote of thanks was accorded to Mr. Passlow (Proprietor), Mr. M. ?' Bamgarten (Manager) and the Theatre Blayney staff for their as sistance; also to the Junior Red Cross girls for selling programmes.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

INjii v ? NEWS A dance, conducted by the CWA on Saturday night last, in aid of An zac House, was a great success. ' * * SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. Results of the recent examination conducted at Neville Public School are: Intermediate Class: Joan Mc Gregor 1, Gordon Lobley 2, Ray Las sey 3; 8th class, Malcolm Cock 1 Jim O Brien 2; 7th class. Beryl Devenish 1, Jack Radburn 2, Patricia Hunt 3. 6th class, Peter Sandry l, Doris Brooks 2. Marjorie Collins' 3- 4th class, Margaret Speers 1, Bruce Rad burn 2, Lilian Sandry 3; 3rd class, Tan IfpHrPtrnr 1 ? 9.nH nlnnn m ? 1 viclod, xuny Bird 1. Mervyn Scott 2, Shirley Speers 3; 1st class, Alan Mitchell 1, Mary O'Brien 2, Brian Bird 3.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY DOG WINS AT ROOTY HILL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

BLAYNEY DOG WINS AT ROOTY TTTT.T. The well-known Rlayiwy coursing enthusiast, Mr. Nortnan M Lowe, of Brown's Creek, had a 1 | well-deserved win at Booty ™ M on Saturday. '.;0 He was successful in winning tae.-WiJ Lord Mayor's Cup with his dog. Real'-, am fiift. v Vila - n The trophy is a handsome one, and ? ' ( in addition, Mr. Lowe receives £35 j prize moneyv . ] The owner, was present at Rooty A' Hill, and was personally presented with the prize. From reports, he ? ''J made a very able speech in reply. | Our congratulations to Mr. Lowe ' J on his success. H 4S

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BLAYNEY DIGGERS' BALL To Be Held On October 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

BLAYNEY DIGGERS' I BALL To Be Held On October 4 The date of the Diggers' Ball at Blayney has been definitely fixed for Wednesday, October 4. This was decided at the monthly meeting of the Sub-branch. The event is to take place at Theatre Blayney. President W. Johns reported that he had been promised a great deal of support from country people that he had came in contact with. The sub-committee appointed to make preliminary arrangements comprises Diggers W. Johns, H. Cox, T, FYancis and E. Ewin. It was agreed to allow the amount raised by the picture entertainment, 'Sons Of The Anzacs,' to form a nucleus of the Ball fund. This totals about £12.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WELCOME HOME TO PTE. CLIFF DAVIS Enjoyable Carcoar Gathering [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

WELCOME HOME TO PTE. CLIFF DAVIS Enjoyable Carcoar Gathering A very enjoyable evening was spent on Saturday night last at the home of Pte. and Mrs. Cliff Davis, the occasion being to welcome Cliff home after an ab i sence of 15 months, 13 of whifch were spent in New Guinea. Mrs. D. Davis, jnr., proposed the toast of Cliff's safe return, saying how pleased his many friends were to be able to gather together and welcome him back. She trusted it would not be long before all the 'boys' were being welcomed home, with the war won. Mrs. Davis's remarks were sup ported by Mr. W. T. Cla,rk, Mr. A Leak, Mr. J, Davis and Mr. T. Car roll. Each expressed pleasure in seeing Cliff safely reunited with his wife, children and many friends. « ? ? ? ? J v.. v*1i oongs were conLriDULeu uy an pre sent. | Mrs. J. Davis added to the pleas ? ure of the evening with some comic | sketches, the evening closing with a dainty supper and the singine of *Auld Lang Syne.' '

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Vast Peace Task In Europe [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Vast Peace Task In Europe A cable to Canberra from the British Ministry of Infonnation says it is estimated by the Allied Governments that there are at least 21,000,000 homeless or dis placed persons in occupied nUNMA This total includes people deported to Germany for forced labor, prison ers of war and men and women sent ir. concentration camps. In the Far East the) number of de ported and scattered Chinese is said to be something like 40,000,000. The message states that the bewil dering lists of standing committees which were formed when the first meeting of the UNRRA organisation was held last November have resolved themselves into bands of men who are making complete and thorough plans for every eventuality which may arise when the Axis-occupied countries are j liberated. i The European Regional Committee has appointed its officers and settled down to the tackling of problems in volved in the relief of Euron^i^^P divisions deal with agriculture fi VJH placed persons, health, ind...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Males Not In Their Element But They, Too, Enjoyed It, Nevertheless [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Males Not In Their Element ? ? ? m ? ? ? ? ? ? itimi i niif i rirtitiiiKiiiiiMn But They, Too, Enjoyed It$ Nevertheless (Contributed — By One of The Males) Much, interest is being centred on the forthcoming marriage of Miss Marie Molloy, of Mandu rama, and Mr. James Toohey, of Orange. Several Dre-weddine narties have been given in honor of this popular couple, and on Sunday, July 30. a few personal friends were invited to the bride-to-be's home, 'Myretta,' and privileged to feast their eyes on the beautiful trousseau, almost all of which has been designed and sewn by Miss Molloy herself. The atmosphere virbrated with ex. clamations and sighs of delight, em anating from the rooms wherein the treasures were displayed — sounds, most perplexing to the few males who had somehow wandered on to the premises, but quite understand able when, in company with the aforesaid males, this scribe was granted a view. A table of sparkling crystal and some pieces of rare china at once claimed the eye,...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

BLAYNEY TOWN TALK Mr. Clarrie Quail, clerk at Blayney railway goods shed, has resumed work after his annual holiday vaca tion. Cr. C. I. Cook left on Friday last for Sydney and the South Coast. Cr. Prtnlr Viqc on ~ C new 1LV/U U1C Ol health for some weeks past, and it is hoped that the change of climate will be beneficial. The monthly meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council has been fixed for to morrow (Thursday). Rainfall registrations at the Blay ney post office for the month of July totalled 159 points. This makes the amount registered at Blayney for the the eight months, 832 points Mr, Ray Sutton, parcels clerk at Blayney railway station, is at present on holidays. Mr. Tom Gibson was a visitor to Blayney over the week-end, staying with his mother, Mrs. E. Gibson, of Qsman Street. Tom is still employed in the railway department at Syd ney. Congratulations to the Miskell Sis ters (Barbara, Valerie and Pat), of Blayney, on their success in the 2BS Talent Quent, decided at Orange on Thur...

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VALUE OF BEEF TEA CHALLENGED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

VALUE OF BEEF TEA CHALLENGED In the book 'Don't Belieye Jt,' A. A. ^ Thomen, M.D., Lecturer in Medicine at the New York Univer sity, writes: 'Beef tea contains so little nourish ment that six large cups-ful have less food value than one slice of bread. The reason is that thp nnairish ing parts of beef are not soluble in water. 'Beef tea is therefore nothing more than colored water flavored with what are termed beef extrac tives — that is. the meat substances which are soluble in water, but. which have little food value. A much ad vertised beef tea, 'specially designed for infant and invalid feeding^,' con tains only one calorie per ounce!'

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New Talent And Bright Singing Blayney Community Concert [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

New Talent And Bright Singing Blayney Community Concert Still new talent and brighter singing was heard at Sunday night's community concert at Blayney Convent School, when a large audience eintered into the | singing with true community spirit. ! A new note was sunded by Eunice Ryan, when she enter the cowboy field, to Pat Smart's guitar accom paniment. The change was apprecia ted, and showed that Eunice can sing cowboy as well as popular num bers The Miskell Sisters showed us how they secured their place at the 'Tal- ent Hour,' when tliey sang 'The Mis souri Waltz' in delightful harmony. No wonder these girls were in the money — they can really sing. A new voice, in Doreen South, was a surprise and a very pleasant one. Doreen is a dark horse, and will be heard again. Betty Bamgarten was in good form with 'Somebody Else is Taking My Place' and 'Jealousy.' We welcomed a duet by Dusty Dowley and Mick Mooney. They were nervous but sang well. Tiger arrived late, but put his numbers over...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"WASTE OF MONEY": LADIES TO INQUIRE INTO FOOD CONSUMPTION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

'WASTE OF MONEY' : LADIES TO INQUIRE INTO FOOD CONSUMPTION Aid, F. W. Spicer, M.L.A., 'hit the roof' — and rightly so — at the meeting of Parkes Municipal Council when a letter was read from the De partment of Health asking the Coun cil to arrange accommodation for two lady officials, Mrs- Sides and aims vjaruiner, ror tnree weeks wnue they were on what was described as a 'food consumption survey.' It wa? stated that the ladies would visit various homes and inquire into what was being eaten. 'That is the great est waste of time and public money by the bureaucracy that I've struck,' declared Aid. Spicer. 'I move that we send a copy of the let ter to Mr. Breen and ask him if he is in favor of this waste of funds,'- 'Parkes Champion-Post.'

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Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Lyndhurst Personals Pte. D. Neil, AASjlWS, spent the week-end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Neil. Mr. and Mrs. J- Robinson, of Blay ney, are at present at Lyndhurst, at ending to Mr. Robinson's orchard. Miss Edna Leabeater has returned to Blayney after spending the week end at Lyndhurst. At present home from Hawkesbury Agricultural College is Master Denis Ferson. He is spending the break with his parents, at 'Harold Park.' Miss Meg. Boys and Miss M. Kind are visiting Condobolin, where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. Weaver for the Show festivities. Mrs. J. Gannon, accompanied by her daughter, Rita, journeyed to Sydney this week to spend a holiday with relatives.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHEEP MISSING AT [?]OBBYS YARDS [?]WNER OFFERS £50 REWARD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

JHEEP MISSING AT WOBBY'S YARDS |oWNER OFFERS £50 I REWARD I Sheep -have been found to be ImlSBtag from the Hobby's Yards ?property of Mr. William Janes ? (Moecild&) over recent months. ?In all, Mr. Jones estimates that 30 Ma-i are missing-, believed to have Sen stolen. .?Mr. Jones is taiung measures uj 'Mai with the matter, and he is of fing a reward of £50 to anyone Bving information leading to the ?nviction of the culprits.

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Cuts Link With Country Party F. & S. ASSOCIATION NOW NON-POLITICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 9 August 1944

Cuts Link With Country Party P. & S. ASSOCIATION NOW NON-POLITICAL i The Fanners and .Settlers' As [ sociation. at its annnal confer ence in Sydney, decided to can cel its affiliation with the N.S.W, Uountry Pai'ty. The decision, which ends an asso tiduun xcLdiiug ou yecU.fi, WttS recLUll ed after a secret debate. A motion that conference go into committee while the resolution was being con sidered was agreed to after heated discussion. The Farmers and Settlers' Asso. ciation originally was responsible for the formation of the Country Party. The decision to break off af filiation ? was reached by a majority but the voting was not announced. In a subsequent statement, the president of the F. and S. Associa tion (Mr. B. Cole, of Molong) said it was considered that better help I could be given to Country Party by individual members, and the move would benefit the party as w^ll as the association. Mr. J. Smith* of Urana, one of the leading supporters of the re solution, said- af...

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