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Carcoar P.P. Board ELECTION TO BE HELD [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
tjareoar P.P. Board ELECTION TO BE HELD Tbree nominations have been ^ received to fill ithe vacancy in Division 'A' of the Carcoar PJP. | Board, caused by the death of ' ? Mr. R. J. Fagan. Those nominated are: ' BAKER, Colin Stanley, giazler, !.|, 'Lyndfield,' Burnt Yards. : k . ?n * n a xt !i JPAUAI'l, VVlUM&lil XVC1UI, 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama. : MACLEOD, Archibald, Clive, sta, , ,.,t tion manager, 'Stokefield,' # G&rcoflr & The poll will be taken on Thursday, 2nd November, at the Board's office at . £ Carcoax. _ I, Particulars relating1 to the election. ? ;*j| [j are advertised :n our business co3- .£! umns. ? y!ji ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
Carcoar [ Annual Show - In aid of Carcoar and Mandurama Red Cross Branches. TO-DAY (Wednesday) [ BIG AND ATTRACTIVE RING PROGRAMME. Trotting And Other Events Luncheon and Afternoon Tea Available on Ground. BLAYNEY DISTRICT BAND IN ATTENDANCE. $ GRAND BALL AT NIGHT | RITZ ORCHESTRA (Orange). }? '' Come Along and Enjoy Yourselves. ^ and Assist a Worthy Cause! I J. ELLERY, Secretary. | 'Phone 41. a !' ; _ ? ELECTION OF PASTURES i j PROTECTION BOARD - ,|T IS HEREBY NOTIFIED that the } . undermentioned Candidates have been duly nominated for Election as ?' Directors of the Pastures Protection I i Board for the Pastures Protection if District of Carcoar. Division 'A'. | That in order to decide .between such Candidates A POLL will be !? taken on THURSDAY, 2nd NOVEM BER, 1944, at the Pastures Protection Board Office at Carcoar, where the result of the Election will be declared. BAKER, Colin Stanley, Grazier, 'Lyndfield/' Burnt Yards. FAGANT, William Keith, Grazier, 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama....
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
| j RETURN THANKS I MRS. M. MOORE of Lyndhurst, and MRS. E. WICKS, of Habcrfield, and ? FAMILIES, desire to thank all friends for kind expressions of sympathy in ' their rccent sad bereavement. IN MEMORIAM SMITH.— In loving memory of my dear brother-in-law and our dear uncle, William Smith, who died on 8th October, 1943. Worthy- of everlasting remem brance. ? — Inserted by M. Heard. Daisy and Doris. if — '' IN MEMORIAM SMITH. — In loving memory of our dear grandfather, W. Smith, who passed away 8th October, 1943. Always remembered. —Inserted by his grandchildren and great grandchildren. Doris, Harry, Patricia, Charles, Anne, Ian, Ken and Peggy Fearnly.. IN MEMORIAM i SMITH. — In loving ' memory of our dear father and grandfather, W. Smith, who passed away October 8, 1943. Always remembered. — Inserted by Martha send Hugh Simmons and grandchildren.
Blayney Baby Health Centre OFFICERS ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
I Blayney Baby Health Centre OFFICERS ELECTED The annual meeting of Blay ney Baby Health Centre members was wen attended. Those present were: C. I. Cook, i President (chair), Mrs. Lovejoy, Mrs. I Burton, Miss Smith, Mrs. Price, Mrs. , Jones, Mrs. W. Harris, Archdeacon j Wignt, nev. jyicivinney, lviessrs. rt. I Muir, R. H. Clark (Treasurer), E. R. i Ewin, J Maloney, G. Jones, A. Moad, ! W. Harris and C. Price (Secretary), i The financial statement submitted ; ; showed a credit balance of £37/7/. A I report was also read, outlining the I activities of the Committee since the ! opening day on June 9, 1939. This ! disclosed that much valuable work | had been done, although few appeals j were made to the public owing to the I ' stress of war. | I Both reports were adopted. j APPRECIATION. I It was unanimously agreed that a record of appreciation be placed in ! the minutes for the untiring work of I attending the Centre done by Mrs. I ' s. Lovejoy, Mrs. R. Burton and Miss ; F. Smith; also...
Trunkey Pars [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
Trunkey Pars Miss Josie Stiff j.s off work with 'a poisoned hand, * * * Mr. and Mrs. C. King left Trun key this week, en route to Gosford, where they will take up residence. * * * Sergt Don Ridley, accompanied by his wife, is spending the balance or his leave in Sydney. * * * Mr. T. Sunderland is home again following a long illness. He is now much improved in healthy ? More than 20,000 Allied wounded were flown by R.A.F. Transport Com mand from France to England from D — Day to September 15.
CAMPING AND WATER RESERVE GRANTED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
CAMPING AND WATER j RESERVE GRANTED 1 A camping and water reserve area on the Cowra-Darby's Falls Road has been granted Carcoar P.P. Board. At Monday's monthly meeting of I the Board, a letter was received from the Department of Agriculture to this effect. The communication sta ted a survey had been completed of an area of 4 acres 7 perches with a view to its acquisition and establish ment as a camping and water re serve. It was further advised that the Crown Solicitor was proceeding with aeiion in regard to the purchase, and when finality was reached, the area would be notified under control of Carcoar P.P. Board.
Carcoar Show To-Day RECORD EXHIBITION ANTICIPATED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
Carcoar Show J To-Day RECORD EXHIBITION '9 ANTICIPATED ':-W\ I Splendid entries have been j received in, all sections lor Car- 1 | ooar Show to-day (Wednesday), . reports the Secretary (Mr. J. (. EHeiy). ? - Ring events should be most attrac- ? ; tive, as there is a big- list of classes ; ; for hunters, trotters and novelty ? j It is anticipated that there will be , a big array of sideshows, a feature that helps greatly in brightening up a Show. Blayney District Band will ( be in attendance, and render a mu sical programme during the after norm I Catering arrangements are in the v hands of Red Cross ladles, and lun- A it, cheon and afternoon tea will be ',1 available on th6 ground/ V £-?: At night a Kali ^Wll jbfe held iii the , j; Town Hall. Music Will be suppited ,;f by the Ritz Orchestra, from Orgulge. , . v| ! Proceeds of the day are In sua of Carcoar and ^:'| j funds, and vf having an en3oJjk]tae}d%3f,',wiri 'ife . ^'sj| sisting a moist' ae&fc&Viiijj ciuise. ; '...
Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
JLyndhurst Personals Mr. C. Wilson has arrived home to engage in local shearing. * * * Mr. and Mrs. P. O'Connor at pre sent have their daughter. Mrs. A. Blake, and small son Barry, staying with them. * * # Mrs. Price, of Newcastle, spend a few days at Lyndhurst with her bro jther and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 1 R. McMullin. * * * The street stall on Saturday after noon next will be in aid of the local C.W.A. Gifts of fruit and vege. tables, or other donations, will be ap preciated. * * , * Alter spending leave witn nis wire and children, of Lyndhurst, Mr. R. McMullin has left for Dubbo, where he will be engaged on work for the M.R.B. * ♦ * Mr. Noel Howard, of Bathurst, was a week-end visitor to Lyndhurst to see his mother, Mrs. O. Howard. ? * * Another week-end visitor was Mr. Ron Muggleton, of Dunedoo, to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Muggleton.
Pit Ponies Condemned [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
Pit Ponies Condemned An officer of the R.S.P.C.A. has issued an order condemning all pit ponies employed at the Western Main colliery, and the mine has been closed down until further notice, says the Litheow 'Mercury.' The ponies were examined recently and it was discovered that they were all suffering from sores or injuries. The officer was of the opinion that they were unfit for work. The mine, it is expected, will be opened again short, ly, despite the severe shortage of horses fit for pit work. It was stated that the manager had found the greatest difficulty in securing horses j to replace those now in the pit. West- ! ern Main, a comparatively small mine | in the Portland district, normally produces about 150 tons of coal a day.
Poor Wheat Outlook [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
Poor Wheat Outlook Faced with the worst season since the beginning of the century, farmers in tlie Cowra districts must prepare for an all time low wheat yield, store condition stock and an acute short age of water, says the Cowra 'TJUQr/liflr ' Mftntr forryiurp that tbeji will be fortunate in ob- 1 taining three bags of wheat to the acre, compared with the usual average of eight bags. Wheat plants loss than a. foot high are beginning to ear. This should not occur until the crops are several feet high. In addition the plants are spindling (growing in one stalk) instead of stooling (branching). This is the principal reason why the yield will be so low as each stalk generally bears j an ear.
CARCOAR P.P. BOARD FELICITATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
CARCOAR P.P. BOARD FELICITATIONS Prior to commencement of busi ness at Monday's Carcoar P.P. Board meeting, Director R. Morrison, who was unavoidably absent from the Sep tember meeting, complimented the Board on its selection of Dir F. C. Rowlands as its chairman, i They had made a wise choice, com mented' Dir. Morrison, ^who also thanked fellow directors tor his own appointment as Deputy Chairman. Dir. J. Hill, away from the pre vious meeting, also added congratu lations to both officials, and remark ed that they had a good team.
Clothing Factories [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
Clothing Factories country clothing factories had come to stay, the Minister for Sup ply and Shipping (Mr. Beasley) said at the opening of k clothing factory in Goulburn. Mr. Beasley said that, cinr»A tTlP nnmrYinniirftnlfi, nrvirprn. |ment had decided 16 months ago on j a decentralisation plan for the cloth, j ,ing industry, 99 clothing factories | | had been established in country j '? towns. There were 41 country cloth ing factories in New South Wales, ! 40 in Victoria, ninp in South Aus tralia. six in Queensland, two in Western Australia, and one in Tas mania. By the end of 1944 the clothing factories of Australia would have produced more than 50 million woven garments, 301 million ; machine-knitted garments, and 30 I mill:on pairs of socks and stockings. J These figures covered only civilian i requirements.
Wedding Winnell-Pittman [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
Wedding Winnell - Pittman &nbsp; A pretty wedding was solemnised at the Methodist Church, Orange on September 31, by Rev. Almond, the parties being Monie, youngest daug- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Pittman, of Spring Hill, and Private J. Winnell, only son of Mrs. and the late Mrs. Win- nell, of Wagga. &nbsp; The bride looked charming as she entered the church on the arm of her father, attired in an angeline frock. Miss Dawn Dooley, as bridesmaid, &nbsp; wore cream marquisette. Norma Bumell, as flower girl chose pink taffeta. Mr. J. Pittman acted as best man. After the ceremony about 50 guests were received at the Bestyette Cafe by Mrs. Pittman, mother of the bride, who wore crepe silk with hat to tone. The wedding cake was &nbsp; made and decorated by Mrs. G. Ginns, and the usual toasts were hon- ored. Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Davis, sis- ter of the bridegroom, journeyed from Wagga to attend, Mrs. Winnell &nbsp; &nbsp; being unable to attend owi...
BOY SHOT Distressing Accident At Carcoar [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 11 October 1944
BOY SHOT &nbsp; &nbsp; Distressing Accident At &nbsp; Carcoar A tragic death occurred at Carcoar District Hospital on Fri- day last when a well-known Car- coar boy, Hugh Simmons, passed away as the result of injuries re- ceived in a shooting accident. The lad was the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simmons, old Carcoar residents, and was 11 years of age. On the Wednesday afternoon pre- vious to his death, he got a pea-rifle from his home with the intention of shooting a magpie that had been troublesome in the locality. Having difficulty with the bolt, he placed it on the ground with the bar- rel pointing towards his body. Ap- parently, the bump released the catch, as the weapon immediately exploded. The bullet passed through a belt he was wearing and came out his back. He was immediately taken to Hospi- tal, but despite the best of care the ?d could not be averted. The funeral took place on Satur- day afternoon, interment being made in the Church of England...
[?]UNCIL STILL MISSES OUT Machinery For Lyndhurst Shire [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
rUNCIL STILL MISSES OUT (Machinery For Lyndhurst Shire Wo power ,gradei'S are yet avail Kle for use in Liyndhurst Shire. pie Department of Main Roads ad Jed last meeting of the Council that | Allied Works Counc 1 had releas la limited number of power graders the Department for re.conditioning B rp.Rnlp to S?liire and Municipal incils. t was further stated that of the i batph of machines released all i been already allocated, and Lynd '-st Shire's application had been no for consideration when further ''lvnes became available. ? ?;:- .. ana
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
Your taxes pay the interest | on Government Bonds Are you getting !271£2r? ' of your ,\W : taxes back? — j Smart peoplt pat all tliey'vr got into government bonds pt°plc 'arry theii money around in their pockef- or 'n tearots anc^ n:at ; si'- jS tresses. If thc\ put that tnoncj into bonds, thev would gel j . interest on it. But f/ier don't, 'i0 f'ic- ^e'r tLl l1JV mterest tc - host smart 'fj\c*s u-r*. who do j Sound fov2s*K?eni . . . patriotic, toe i, ' ; ] You i-n'i nc.it tlii vtruiii1 \' :i !i -r\ i'.ui: ai* invtsimetu ; ' foi every f. 1 0( ? ?. i -i. 'i 1-ulJ eel £i 'i 2/r ?. jvc-f\ six iiiL'ntiis .i!sd t f i c. iii'1' ,:'d ycjiiis tUiii will o; | ,cp:«i(! to von m fni! 'J a day's pay- -and yov | ; don i work to t-ain it. - :- So don't keep any money at all around the house 'i You lose^y it and so does your country and so do tli- | troops. ' Before you do another tiling today u'o to your hank j saving bank, money order post olhce or -.torkh.-ukfi ; Fill in an application for as b...
[?]enies City Favored [?] Home-Building [?]INSTER WRITES TO [?]NDHURST SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
Ienies City Favored (l Home-Building »IHISTER WRITES TO v^DHURST SHIRE COUNCIL I, ; a recent meeting Lynd Shire Counc.l protested ... i a cousid*'— Me disparity ? armitted for ?me-building, article ap. ;- press. .. i ught forward 'v.iia at the Oct'-- | ...,6 ui the Council from the rer for War Organisation (Mr. I [-.iian), through Mr. J. B. Chiftey, [ r,.., advising that he had had in ?jes made and had given the mat v^ry careful consideration. He ried to give an assurance that con r to the opinion expressed, no rimination existed with regard to amount permitted on buildings in itvy and city areas. D enable his Department to bet admmister the regulations con ling private building, the amount 1400 was adopted as a general fe, and not as an absolute limit either country or city areas. Per i for greater amounts were issued ases where justified by the num of persons to be housed or local jmstances making construction s unduly high. le severity of the present restric 3 was appreciated, bu...
ANNUAL MEETING THIS SATURRDAY C.-M.-L. Patriotic And War Fund [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
ANNUAL MEETING THIS SATURRDAY C.-M.-L. Patriotic And War Fund The annual meetlmg of iCarcoar Mandurama-Lyndliurst and Dis. trict Patriotic and War Fund is scheduled for this coming Satur day. To take place in the Memorial Hall, Lyndhurst, at 3 p.m., a full attend ance of the public is invited. Despite the steady advance of the Allied Armies, in the words of Aus tralia's Minister for War, heavy fighting yet remains for our own for ces, and it is expected that citizens generally will continue to assist in every possible way the men who are called upon to make the sacrifices.