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[?]MPATHY EXTENDED MR. O'HALLORAN "Grief Shared By All" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
IMPATHY EXTENDED MR. O'HALLORAN I' * Grief Shared By All' Tbe sincere sympathy of the a]^Harliame-]lary Labor Party is 'j^Eendfid to Mr. R. B. OUaJloran, H1U4 in Us reaeait loss of a by letter from the Stecre of the Party, Mr .R. Caii Iear Bob, — I write on behalf of Parliamentary Labor Party to ey to you the sincere sympathy rery member in this, your time rrow. fe sincerely trust that you will re some comfort from the know J that your grief at losing such iter is shared by all colleagues, a wide circle of friends from all s of life.'
OBITUARY L.A.C. Jim Hunt [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
OBITUARY &nbsp; L.A.C. Jim Hunt &nbsp; Blayney and district residents were grieved to hear on Satur- day morning that L.A.C. Jim Hunt had passed away. He had been a patient at Wagga Hospital for several weeks, and had been on the dangerously ill list. Jim, who is survived by a widow and three children, was a very pop- ular Blayney resident, and general regret is expressed at his death. The funeral took place at Wagga on Sunday. A more detailed report will ap- pear in Friday's issue of the 'West Macquarie.'
Mrs. Mary Charlotte Briggs [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 20 September 1944
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mrs. Mary Charlotte Briggs &nbsp; A well-known resident for 35 years &nbsp; of Millthorpe died in the Base Hospi- tal, Orange, at the age of 56 years, in the person of Mrs. Mary Charlotte Briggs, who was a native of Byng, and had ??ing for several months. She was &nbsp; &nbsp; ?? respected by all who knew her. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Deceased leaves a sorrowing husband, Mr. Edward Briggs, of Millthorpe, and her. family, viz., Edward, Henry, &nbsp; ?. Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Reilly &nbsp; &nbsp; Millthorpe) and. Mrs. Abbott (Syd- ney), also 15 grandchildren. Sisters and brothers are Mrs. Davidson (Byron Bay), Mrs. Griffith (Mullion Creek), &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mrs Unsworth (Mullion Creek), Sid &nbsp; &...
Should PoliCe Get One? TRAVELLING PER[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
Should Police Get One? TRAVELLir- I PER ; I When travellii.j, I are issued, four -, ? out— one each for . ' i:. I the owner or dr-, , I and tiie issuing j H The Permit Offict ' H plicate copies, and . ' H his own book. H Should the Police H Department of Agri- ing into the questioi A letter from the j at last meeting G; Board advised that s, was proposed by the abolish the copy m? Police. The Board w: press an opinion as Police copies of perm sent to the Police b- , . „ - cers. ' : °® ONLY 30 PER ( t:Xt Dir. C. L. Glasson sai.; j;.. jj,. , about 30 pep cent, cr ? ?? ' v It was practically imp.-.s?;:, »:10re sesg the actual numhr'.' 15 He moved that the D. atlMSCd that, in tho - ^ 100 per cent, of copies .. . ? ? 5 Police but throughout v. trict only 30 per rcn! rver were sent. '1' ? The motion was poc' ? ... q. M.'Kerzie and carried.
Fruit Crop Losses [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
Fruit Crop Losses ,1 An abnormally dry season with many severe frosts, bas 1 ( havoc among fruit orchards 1 n-,spc£ Young district. Thc seasons for the cherry crop at present 50 percent, of last year's crClP0l jmii fruits to suffer damage are (-1° r nectarines (reduced 50 per ' j]ll0n cots a complete failure, while ?- ' q have suffered a 90 per cent. l°s,i ? p chards on high ground have heavy losses. No damage is to prunes at present. Peaches ana l nectarines have only suffered light')
Clothing Factory [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
Clothing Factory ' Vf 'J11.3/13™5 tor the establish mcin of a c'oihng factory in its muni cipality ha\e ban referred to the De velopmer.t and Information Bureau of the Ointment of Labor and Industry is°ter U,1'SL's;irlc'' thc appropriate Min mrni f'yiscd the Fedeial and State members icr the irea. The Minister wouM 'l i dlims °f Broken Hill would b- kept in mind and placed be ment ''ofT* int^c,tcd in the establish ment of future ciothing factories United Kingdom personnel arc aD proximatdv two out of three of the casual.^' nf Tm0'Wealth and EmPire casualties. Of those who have 'iost their hves abont 80 per cent, or four out oJ T^e we' from the United Kinedom. DsrtnnnT™ lnc'udes, as well as service rhTn ^ nnn Dmcrchant sailors. more than 56,000 British civilians killed in German air raids.
WHEN GERMANY FALLS CR. AMOS EXPECTS LIGHTS TO BLAZE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
WHEN GERMANY FALLS 1 CR. AMOS EXPECTS LIGHTS TO BLAZE i When Germany falls ... I Cr. j Arthur Amos, of Millthorpe, I brought up that intriguing, and perhaps almosf immediate, pros pect at the September meeting of Lyndhurst Shire 'Council. Cr. Amos wanted to know about the light restrictions, which were still being imposed. 'We will want, and must expect, a big celebration in all the Shire town when Germany finally cracks,' he said. 'We will want to turn on all the lights full blaze. It is time the restrictions were lifted.' Cr. Amos added that apparently the coal position was the biggest factor nreventine the liftine of the restrictions at present. However, on the night Germany's fall was cele- | brated, it was only to be expected | that the restrictions would not be observed. 'BEFORE NEXT MEETING!' 'It may happen before next meet ing,' he declared. 'We do not want [ to be caught without any prepara tions on the part of this Council.' The matter of lighting arrange ments for the 'bi...
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK The wedding took place at town on Saturday last of J eldest daughter of Mr. anfJ^'k' Dixon, of West Blayney. and Jack, youngest son of Mr. and son. of Berrima. A community c6ncert, heW at Blayney Convent schoolroom on Su - Mi'srsss. audience. * * * Mr. Cloyd Rudd, who has been working in Sydney for some time past, has now been aPP®®t!fn.'? position at the Blayney Abattoirs. * * * Mr. Jim Grainge, of Adelaia Street, has been on the sick ^. suf fering from a bad throat After a couple of days in bed last week is now much improved. Pte. Lionel Mooney, son of Mr. sr.d Mrs. Harry Mooney, of Oiurcn Street, is spending leave with his parents after some months' service in New Guinea. Pte. Barney Darling returned at the week-end after a few 'lays at Blayney as the guest of Mr. and Mis. j Jack Abbott, of Hill Street. * * * | ! Mr. Arthur Moad. of Adelaide j Street, returned on Saturday, afttVr a ViSit to the family home at Harris Park. tap cdI Lawton Kable has r®' ?' il- ?ini...
SHEEPSKINS FIRM [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
SHEEPSKINS FIRM Winchcombe Carson Ltd. report: ? | Good competition ruled for all descrip- I nons of sheepskins at the past weekls aydncy sales, prices remaining firm ? Best threequarter to full wool merinos 7°^ n ?} d to 12d Per Ib- ordinary, 7 id to 9U, two-third wools. 7i d to 9d half wools 6d to 7}d. third wools' ?£ V3 .'d' quarter wools Hd to' 3*d lambs 4d to 8d. Best threequarter! to full wool crossbreds. medium to fine quality, sold from 7\ d to 9 id. ordin- 1 ?ryc j utC!f 8d' two' third wools 5fd to 8d, half wools 5d to 6 d d. third wools 3d to 5d. quarter wools Id tn id, lincolns 3 id to 6 id. Pelts realised from id to 2 3d per lb. Appraisement figures for hides, calf skins and yearlings were unaltered.l Quotations: Country heavy hides 5fdl to 6 U per lb medium 51 d to 6fd. j 8 ii i j t0 ^ ' best country calfskins -1 to 12id per lb., cuts to lid, faulty to j 9*d, best country yearlings to 10id perl £:? cuDts ld- fault-' to 8 Id, p'ius the | Hide Board bonus of five per cent...
Forbes Mail Now Stops At Millthorpe Lyndhurst Shire Council's Request Succeeds [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
ForbesMailNow Stops At Millthorpe Lyndhurst Shire Council's Request Succeeds 'In order to provide some measure of relief at Millthorpe, and to bring this centre into line with Newbridge and other places, the Railway Commissioner has arranged, as from 29th August, for No. 60 Forbes Mail to stop at Millthorpe when inquired to pick up or set down passengers.' j So writes the Minister for Trans port (Mr. M. O'Sullivan) to Mr. C. A. I Kelly, M.L.A. for Bathurst, and Mir . ister for Health. I Mr. O'Sullivan's letter continjo.s. i 'I am referring to your personal representations on behalf of the I Lyndhurst Shire Council regarding | | the train service from Millthorpe and Newbridge. I 'The Commissioner for Railways, with whom I have discussed this matter, now advises me as follows: I 'Both Millthorpe and Newbridge have the convenience of a day ser , vice on three days a week (Wednes days, Fridays and Saturdays), and ! a night service on three days a week ; (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ...
NEWBRIDGE PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
NEWBRIDGE PARS — i Pte. Jack Larnach has arrived j ! home on leave after an absence of two years. * * -s ' Pte. Brian Bennett left during the week to rejoin his unit. The wedding of Miss Rita Ash croft and Mr. Woods took place in the Church of England on Saturday, 23rd instant. ? & # vf* Mrs. E. Mackay lias returned home after an enjoyable holiday in the City, * * * Miss Dot Kervin is at present spending a short holiday in Sydney. ?«? * * A meeting of the P. and C. Asso ciation will be held in the Public school to-night (Wednesday) at 7.45 o'clock. I == ? .
NO OBJECTION BY WAUGOOLA SHIRE P.P. Board's Request For Railway Gates At Woodstock [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
NO OBJECTION BY WAUGOOLA SHIRE P.P. Board's Request For Railway Gates At Woodstock Waugoola Shiis Council will offer no objection to railway gates being placed on the line about ai quarter of a mile from the main, railway gates at Wood, stock, to further shorten the stock route there. The existing stock route provides for stock to be taken through rail- I way gates about half a mile the other side of the main gates. This proposal would shorten the stock route at Woodstock by some I miles. ; Carcoar P.P. Board referred the j matter to the last meeting of the Waugoola Shire Council, asking the Council to co-operate with them. The Board will have to approach the Railway Department and ask that the work be carried out, and it is anticipated that the Department, if j it agrees to the request, will ask the Ii-tKJCXL U ILT tJO-y LUC LUOl ui LUC WUin. Cr. J. T. Goodacre moved that the Council co-operate. I Another motion, however, was to J the effect that the Council offer no | objection to...
FELL DOWN RAILWAY EMBANKMENT Mr. Era Croucher Injured Near Carcoar [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
FELL DOWN RAILWAY EMBANKMENT Mr. Em Croucher Injured Near Carcoar Alighting from a train to link a coupling on one of the van that had broken away, Mr. Em Crou cher, of Cowra, sustained pain, ful injuries when he fell on the permanent way and rolled down the embankment. TIia miolian AA/i««MMAi4 thP x iiw iiuomdi^ uuciuicu iicai k|v outer signal at Carcoar, and Mr. Croucher left the train to make re pairs. After receiving medical attention to his hip and one leg, he was al lowed to proceed to his home, British steel proved- its toughness when a Morris 1939 model car was recently blown into the air by the b'iast of a fly ing bomb. The car turned over several times and landed on its roof but, thanks to the' quality of the steel used in its con struction, the body did not collapse and
FINE CROP OF HAY AT MILLTHORPE FROM RED CLOVER STAND [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
FINE CROP OF HAY AT MILLTHORPE FROM ! RED CLOVER STAND After being sown wiHi wheat, and grazed from the autumn of 1943 to October, a fine red clover stand on Mr. P. A. Kingliam's property, 'The Wattles,' Mil-- thorpe, yielded, in December last, 34 tons 14 cwt. of baled hay from 17 9/-ros j The clover was sown with wheat ! on fallow ground during the secnd ! week of^April, 1942, at the rate of i 3 lb. of clover and 60 ib. of wlieat to the acre, sowing being done by means of a combine. The ground was afterwards worke.1 I w'th light harrows. The wheat was j gr.ized off by sheep in August, and later stripped, the straw being loft I as cover for the clover. I A top dressing with super at the rate or ± cwt. to ine acre was ap- i plied in September. The clover was grayed all the autumn of 1943 and on till October. It was cut in December, and al lowed to dry for three or four days, and then passed in to bales, 17 aijrea yielding 34 tons 14 cwt. of baled hay. It now promises another good cro...
Presbyterian Bazaar Successful LYNDHURST FUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
Presbyterian Bazaar^ Successful LYNDHURST FUNCTION The Presbytierian Bazaar, at Lyndhurst on Saturday last, resulted in a financial success. Held in the Memorial Hall, the stalls were well stock, and holders experienced no difficulty in dispens ing: their wares. Those in charge of the various stalls were: Produce, Mesdames O. Howard and Campbell; fancy, Mes dames E. Doust and W. Whitby; cooi drinks, Miss E. Howard; hoop. la. Messrs. E. Doust and W. Whitby. The afternoon tea and supper was j in the capable hands of Mrs. Mc Donald and helpers. A feature of the afternoon was the maypole dance, beautifully per formed by local children, who were trained by Mrs. C. Doust. Mrs. G. Fuller presided at the piano. | BEAUTIFUL. FLOWERS. There was a beautiful display of flowers, the judge, Mrs. Fitzhar. ; dinge experiencing difficulty in mak- | ? i ing her awards. Many beautiful plays of non-competitive blooms -v- re Y.'ffl ' on show . ; 'i |a Following were prizewinners . . , j|g Best six daffo...
Erosion Block Likely BLAYNEY - CARCOAR AREA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
trosion Block ikely ?BLAYNEY - CARCOAR ? AREA I The move to have a soil con ervation demonstration block stablished in the Carcoar-Blay. ey area has every chance of icceeding. yndhurst Shire Council has been hing the matter, and a letter was hand at the September meeting: vi H/Tv. T. W T-- ? _? uii . uiniLii, jTiujeui ivxan pr of the Cowra Soil Research ttion. ifr. Smitb advised that he had to id papers from his head office in meet ion with the proposed soil iservation demonstration area on p-operty of Mr. E. Patrick, on Caicoar Road, Blayney. Ls he was not entirely familiar h the site, the original sugges is having been made to the pre- j us manager, he would be pleased j the Council could advise him of Parish and Portion number, so t an early inspection could be de. Mr. Smith said. SELECTING SITE. 'lie Service was at present con. sring the matter of establishing sion control demonstration areas I )e worked from the Cowra centre. ' [ he had given some thought to advisability of est...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 27 September 1944
I WHERE to buy the I 'CHRONICLE' ??THE CHRONICLE' is cn sale »r the following Newsagents: MRS. HEALY, Blayney. W. CLARK. Carcoar. C. J. LEABEATER, Lyndburst. MRS. ROSSER. Blayney. T C. AMOS, Millthorpe. T. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. & DEVENTSH, Neville. . H. HILL, Woodstock. V. P. COLLINS, Newbridge. KINDlY PLACE YOUR ORDER, as newsprint restrictions necessitate a STRICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER OF EXTRAS PRINTED. ! T. G. STAMMERS AUCTIONEER STOCK AND STA1TON AGENT CARCOAR Sales conducted In Any Part of tljo n . District ? ' Agent For:— , ' Nfj Farmers? and Settlers' Co-op. *? - &5§S Insurance Compam . ' J'\ _?* ? ; ' ' DO»iO .SEPARATORS ,