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TO RECEIVE ATTENTION Trunkey-Rockley and Newbrige-Rockley Roads [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
TO RECEIVE ATTENTION Trunkey-Rockley and Newbrige-Rockley Roads 'Since the last meeting the RD4 tractor has been engaged ? on the Rockley Common Road, which was just completed, said the acting en gineer (Mr. R. T. Hole) in his re port to Abercrombie Shire Coun- i cil. He said it was proposed to utilise the tractor to round off the turn at the junction of the Rockley-Trunkey Road and the Rockley -Newbridge Road, so j as to give traffic an easy turn between jNeworiage ana i runicey. The' tractor would then go to the Rockley-Newbridge Road for the install ing of 1 0 pipe culverts. The report continued: 'The power patrol has been on M.R. 252, Perth ville, towards Burraga, and is now be tween Rockley and Mount David Junc tion. It is proposed to grade M.R. 25 2 to this point and then grade the road to Mount David. The Main. Roads Department has supplied a foreman to assist in preparing S..H. 6 for the sur facing to be done shortly. Quite a fair amount of work will need to be done. 'The po...
NEEDLEWORK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
NEEDLEWORK Baby's set of knitted articles: Miss Neta Harris 1, Mrs. W. Gainsford 2. Knitted lady's cardigan: Miss Thel ma Wood 1, Miss Yvonne Southwell 2. Knitted outfit for child: Mrs. C. C. Howarth 1. Wool rug: Mrs. N. S. Done 1, Mrs. M. Denton 2. _ Prettiest woollen cushion: Miss T. Wood 1, Mrs. H. Connolly 2. Three knitted articles: Mrs. M.Den 1 TTw n C! til V, Vic O IUJ'. 4., iUlOO UXia tJllllSVO Hand-knitted bed jacket: Miss Una Stubbs 1, Mrs. C. Secombe 2, Miss Rita Harris, H.C. Gent's knitted pullover: Miss Neta Sheahan 1, Miss Rita Harris 2, Miss Thelma Wood H.C. Hand-made baby's frock: Mrs. M. , Denton 1 and 2. Duchess Set: Miss Vida Stubbs 1, Mrs. M. Denton 2, Miss R. Connolly nna Miss P. Baker, H.C. Embroidered apron: Miss T. Wood 3, Miss Rita Harris 2. Collection of fancy work: Miss Vida j Stubbs 1, Miss T. Wood 2, Miss R Harris and Miss R. Sheahan, H.C. I Most useful article, costing not more than 1/: Mrs. J. Ellery 1. Supper cloth: Miss T. Wood 1, Miss D- Connolly 2, ...
DETAILS SOUGHT ON COUNTY COUNCIL PLAN Abercrombie Shire Follows Lyndhurst's Lead [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
DETAILS SOUGHT ON COUNTY COUNCIL PLAN Abercrombie Shire Follows Lyndhurst 's Lead The president (Councillor Hackney) reported to Saturday's Abercrombie Shire Council meeting that T uron Shire Council had asked Alderman Morse, | Mayor of Bathurst, and himself, as the sub-group representatives on the Mitchell Regional Council,- to convene a meet ing of representatives of the councils mnrnn'.prl t Hicrncc tVi© /^ocJ Kil i f-tr forming a county council. The councils were Abercrombie, Bath urst, Lyndhurst, Oberon and Turon and the county council was to cover the area in which they operated. Councillor Hackney continued that, after discussing the matter with the pre sident of Turon Council, it was decided to call a meeting on November 1 8. Lyndhurst Council had since asked for detai'is of the functions it was suggest ed the counrv ronnril wnnlh rnnfrnl A similar inquiry was received from Ob eron. Abercrombie Council decided to defer consideration of ' the matter until the next meeting. It...
BOWLERS' "DAY OUT" AT LITHGOW [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
BOWLERS' 'DAY OUT' AT LITHGOW Bowlers representing coimtty and metropolitan clubs were present in large numbers at official opening of the 1944 45 season for Lithgow Bowling Club on Saturday. The trip was worth while. Litn gow bowlers, with ifcheir ener. getic and popular president, Mr Ike Jones, succeeded in making the occasion a memorable one. Both on the green and in the club house everyone had a happy time. It is traditional of Lithgow bowlers to be given to hospitality, and this has contributed immensely to the popu larity which their club enjoys. The club was out to see that the visitors would get good games, and to ensure this the greens — three of them — were in perfect order. They were, to use an oft repeated expres sion, 'a bowler's paradise,' and it would be hard to find better any where. Only one feature operated against a perfect day — the weather. A more treacherously windy day could not have been experienced. Early in the afternoon the wind 'played the devil,' blowing...
FLOWERS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
FLOWERS Twelve pansies: Merle Kind 1, Mrs. T. Tarrant 2. Champion pansy: Mrs. T. Tarrant 1. Collection stocks: Mrs. H. Connol ly 1, Mrs. f. Tarrant 2. | Champion stock spike: Mrs. H- Con j nolly. i Collection cut flowers: Mrs. H. Connolly 1, Mrs. Cargill 2. Any other flower, not specified: Mrs. T. Tarrant 1, Mrs. Cargill 2. Iceland poppies: Merle Kind 1, Mrs. T. Tarrant 2. Variety of tulips: Mrs. Cargill 1, Mrs. H. Connolly 2. Collection anemone: Mrs. T. Tar rant 1. Collection ranunculi: Merle Kind 1, Mrs. T. Tarrant 2. Collection sweet peas: Mrs. T. Tar xai it j., merie xvmu i Collection lilac: Mrs. J. Court 1, L. S. Snider 2. Collection columbines: Mrs. Car gill 1, Mrs. T. Tarrant 2. Collection freezias: Mrs. H- Con nolly 1, Mrs. T. Tarrant 2. Best arranged bowl of flowers: Mrs. T Tarrant 1. Shoulder spray: Mrs. Tarrant 1. Best lady's spray. 15 years and un der: Mary Ridley 1.
FREE ADVICE—BUT NO CASH! Grant For Mandurama Common [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
FREE ADVICE— BUT I NO CASH! I Grant For Mandurama I Common I Mandurama Common trusteo want a grant in order to make . improvements to the ground — but all the Department of Land- can oiler is free advice! Minister for Lands Tully advisee last meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council, which made representati . on beha.lf nf thp trncteoc 'f-vtat h,-- re gretted there were no funds avail - bis to the Department from which a' advance could be made to defray cost of erecting a yard on the ;!i' mon for the purpose of musio -?n? stock and detaining tresr.j stock. However, the Mini^t^v r, rJ-1 Section 15 of the C . tion Act, the trustee rules as they though the better use of tli* or for raising an i upj such moneys as shou: ! b - . respect of the Comr: Under this section, the tru-^ could adopt a suitable rule view to making a levy to meet ti^ cost of stock yards. If the *lliP contemplated such a rule, the partment would furnish infovr.iati and assistance in framing a l-'!1!U1 ' rule- , cji. No co...
TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
TROTTING Maiden trot, 1J miles: F. Cranney's 'Don' 1, C. Hines' 'May Walla' 2. Mandurama citizens' trot, 1J miles: F Cranney's 'Snifter' 1, R. Leabeat. er's 'Royal Star' 2. Stokefield novice handicap trot, 1' miles: 'Snifter' 1, C. Hines' 'Cole Dust' 2. Carcoar all-comers' trot, IS miles: 'Snifter' 1, '®o!e Dust' 2. Novice trot, 1 mile: 'Snifter' 1, ' May Walla' 2.
THE DAY THE GERMANS CAPITULATE BLAYNEY DIGGERS WILL CELEBRATE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
THE DAY THE GERMANS! CAPITULATE I BLAYNEY DIGGERS I WILL CELEBRATE I Blayney Diggers have 'their ? plans well laid for the day the I Germans fling in tine towel. I Preparations are well under wayB for the proposed smoko to be held inl the Memorial Hall at night. I At last meeting of Lyndhurst SiiireB Council, Secretary lom lucnaru!™ wrote on behalf of Blayney subH Branch inviting the Councillors t.-i at-H tend. ? President Innes' hope that smoko would take place soon wasH heartily endorsed by all Council lors.H and it was unanimously agreed to cept the invitation. Hj
HORSES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
HORSES Blood mare: B. Garlick 1, E. Gar lick 2. Pony mare, over 13 hands: B. Gar lick 1, F. R. Edwards 2. Pony mare, 13 hands and under: Mrs. Fitzgerald 1, Phil Young 2. Pony gelding, under 14.2: F. R. Ed wards 1, P. Young 2. Maiden light hack: R. Fuller 1, F Whiteney (16 entries). Gent's hack, to carry 14 stone: F. Whitney 1, R. Marshall 2. Gent's hack, to carry 12 stone: B. Garlick 1, R. Fuller 2. Pony hack, 12.2 and under: F. R. Edwards 1, Mrs; Fitzgerald 2. ' Pony fiacl?, over 12.2 and under 13.2: B. Garlick 1,.E. Garlick 2. Lady's hack: B. Garlick 1, R. Ful ler 2. Boy or girl rider, under 9 years: M. Drady, C. McFawn and Phyllis McFawn, equal, 1; Margaret Whit ney, Frank Drady and Rose Ashton, equal 2. Galloway, over 14 and under 15 hands: E. Garlick 1, R. Marshall 2 Pair hacks: R. Fuller 1. F. Whit ney 2. Sulky turnout, horses over 14.2: R. Marshall 1, J. Britt 2. Harness horse, over 14.2: R. Mar Harness pony, over 13.2: E. Garlick 1 and 2. Pony sulky turnout, under 13.2: Mrs....
Second Victory [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
Second Victory LqJ 'Make Your Loan an Axi-. r I (With good interest, too). * roiH The president and executive ? Bathurst sub-branch of the R.s s A°f V urge members of the Returned s i'1'® League and citizens generally their savings in( the Second v,U:::. SB 60 that we may make the a' and prevent them from again 8r0i 'lives and homes, as they have ,- violent savagery unparalleled j'n ''i1- President Roosevelt has doesn't matter who fires the f but it is who fires the last l'' counts.' The Axis bought, tbro!^'1 robbery and subjection of their , the means to fire the first shot. \°Up'( us, with willingness and eagi the means to fire the last oh..,.. .:' 1 that counts. 10 There are three great armies i tralia — those who fight on ihc 'V i field, on the sea, and in the a;. ; Jf' who produce and forge the v..Vnun war; and lastly, ourselves, v.!m ?-- S j 1 nrom our savings ana eagerness to ,jKf forever the enemies' capacny ;o' r' war on us, will provide thoiV i'.Cro™J strike the wounded an...
Prize Winners At Carcoar Show Letters to the Editor HARD LABOR FOR LIFE Putting Soldiers On Rabbit Land [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
Prize Winners At Carcoar Show Letters to the Editor HARD LABOR FOR LIFE v - - - Putting Soldiers On Rabbit Land I Sir, — Kindly permit me space to comment on a report appearing in a recent issue dealing with the report of a meeting of Carcoar P.P. Board directors, when apparently the rab. bit problem proved the main topic of discussion — so much so, that a mo. tion -was sponsored, reading: 'That, where the holder of any i ana js continually Deing convicted for non-destruction of rabbits by the Board, such holding be recommended to the Minister for Lands for resump tion for soldier settlement.' The above motion was unanimous. Jy carried. While I agree that drastic action is necessary to combat the rabbit menace, I fail to see why the said holdings should be recommended as being set aside for returned soldiers. I cannot think these gentlemen were sincere, if they think it a goodwill gesture towards the rehabilitation of our returned men, considering that these gallant lads sacrificed ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
WHERE TO BUY THE 'CHRONICLE' 'THE CHRONICLE' is en sale a* the following Newsagents: MRS. HEALY, Blayney. W. CLARK. Carcoai. C. J. LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. MRS. ROSSER, Blayney. J. C. AMOS, Millthorpe. C. H. BUCKLEY, Mandurama. ? MAY 0 DEVENISH, Neville. W. H. HILL, Woodstock. 1 V. P. COLLINS, Newbridge. KINDl. Y PLACE YOUR ORDER, as newsprint restrictions necessitate a STRICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER OF EXTRAS PRINTED. Ji | T. G. STAMMERS Jj auctioneer , STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAR -j; Sales conducted in Any Part of tne. v»jH| District ' Agent For: — Si Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op* lf| Insurance Company || DOMO SEPARATORS |$
HOME-MADE GOODS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
HOME-MADE GOODS Six custard puffs: Mrs, J. H. Green 1, Bonnie Graham 2. Chocolate sponge: Mrs. W. Lloyd 1, Mrs. Cheffins 2, Miss R. Connolly H.C. Cinnamon sponge: Mrs. J. H. Green. | Swiss roll: Miss R. Connolly 1, Mrs. W. Lloyd 2. , Six scones: Mrs. W. Lloyd 1, Bon. I nie Graham 2. Sponge cake: Mrs. J. W. Green 1. Coffee sponge sandwich : Mrs. W. Lloyd 1 Sponge sandwich: Mrs. W. Lloyd I, Mrs. J. W. Green 2. Three bottles honey: L. Reid and H. Angel, divide. Home-made butter: B. Connolly 1, R. Connolly 2. Heaviest hen eggs: Mrs. W. Henry I, Mrs. C. Wells 2. Home-made soap: Mrs. N. Lowe 1, Mrs. C- Howartli 2. Marmalade: Mrs. W. Gainsford. Jam: Mrs. C. Howarth 1, Mrs. Bar nes 2. Jelly: Mrs. H. Connolly. Assorted fruit in syrup: Mrs- W. Gainsford 1, Mrs. Snider 2. Tomato sauce: Mrs. W. Gainsford 1. Mrs. N. Lowe 2. Pickles: Mrs. H. Connolly 1, Mrs. Parnes 2. I Sponge Sandwich: Colleen Howarth 1. Scones: Colleen Howarth.
ROAD REPAIRS—AND. Nomination Form Requested [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
ROAD REPAIRS— AND . . . I Nomination Form Requested I There was an Intriguing post script to a letter from Mr. W. J. Drady, 'Lorraine,' Garland, re. ceived at last meeting Of Lynd hurst Shire Council* I^r. Drady stated that he had not j seen a Shire Councillor or a mainten- . ^»ce man on his road, and he was I Writing again to bring to Council's | otice the bad state of the road. J . nree chains near Millpost Creek were j ^ very bad condition. The P.S. read: 'Would you please end me one nomination form to ormnate a Councillor for the coming fchire election!' n,'A~fter 9r- Rowlands has explained t ® Ration, Council decided that the „? ° ' Riding representatives and En eer ghouid inspect it From every point of ?view, Carcoar Show, on Wednesday last, can be described as an outstand ing success. As reported in our associate pub lication, Blayney 'West Macquarie,' on Friday last, a record crowd was in attendance, with entries, despite the particularly dry time through which the district ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK. Bdr. W. A. Gates, T F-. is on 30 days' leave after tw- ears speii- m Western Australia. t is on to another station. ,,^s his wife, of Bathurst, At Gatt. ..as been spending porti- n ? ? ^ ^ c with his parents-in-1.; . '»? ana - Thomas Osborne, of I:'1 ,v = * The engagement is announced o Sylvia Margaret Evers, youngest d - ghter of Mrs. M. Evers and the late Mr. William Evers, of Oolong, to Raymond James, third son of Mr. an Mrs. John Neve, of 'Sunny J. omt, Buchan, Victoria ^ Included in Railway staff changes j this week appears the transfer of Mr. 1'. Brady, shunter. Goulburn, to Blayney. * * * Pte. Lionel Mooney spent the week-end at the home of his paren s, Mr. and Mrs. H. Mooney. of Church Street, Blayney. * * * Mrs. Doughty, of Osman Street, Blayney. is at present spending a j holiday in Sydney, but expects to re- j turn home about the week-end. j * * * j Mrs. J. Lobley and Miss A. Lobley, j of Neville, arrived home 'at Blayney | by train on Monday. They have...