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BAN ON BURNING OFF THIS MONTH [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

BAN j ON BURNING OFF 'THIS MONTH A circular was received at last - meeting of Turon Shire Council fronl ! the Chief Secretary's Department, \ stating that all permits for burning | off in the shire have been suspended | until February 29. \ The. Chief Secretary also directed I that no further permits be granted. I

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEAD JAPANESE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

DEAD JAPANESE 9 A Japanese soldier lies dead in a fcxhole on a Pacific island. He wkg Idlled by U.S. Marines as they stormed ashore in an amphittiotis attack. . '?

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MODERN BUILDING FOR FORBES AMBULANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

MODERN BUILDING I FOR FORBES AMBULANCE! ? m A BUILDING acquired by FoibeM district ambulance committee v.^H opened as an ambulance station ;?'. sH ceremony at Forbes. Unveiling -.; aM commemoration tablet was perfi).'!::e:B| jointly by Messrs. J. P. Breen. M.H.P.B for Calare. and E. P. Dring, .M.L.aH tor Asburnham. The buildir.L\ -f former bank premises in L;ii!:!a:-| street, is modern and commodious. It I boasts a large casualty room o:. tfel ground floor, marked' by easy ;i ---:i from the street, and the rcs:-i:i«| of Superintendent. A. J. WhotierJ formerly of the Dubbo service i - c: I the upper floor. I

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NEVILLE PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

NEVILLE PARSi , Miss Jacqueiine ilary. of New C.ii donia. who attends school at Pov ;[] Point with Audrey and Billy Molloyj; ; is holidaying at their home, 'Sar:: - Park.' Mr. Reg. Riglesford, of Neville, .; ,an out-patient at Blayney Distii.J; riospitai, wnere ne is unaergomg .« course of treatment. During the week, Dawn Crama small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. m Cramp, tripped while playing on tr\ verandah at her home, and sustair.vf a sprained ankle. | Mrs. D. Drill and daughter HiV| have returned to Ganmain. i Miss Mary Chandler, of Neville :.| suffering a sprained wrist, which irfl suited from a fall. | Mervyn and Hazel Scott, chiki:e:§ of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Scott, havo a:i rived home after holidays at W.iliertai awang. U

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STREET CARN AT MANDURA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

1p STREET CABinH| * AT MANDURJUH ?'- T- Mandurama Comforts^^^H -.? _+ Auxiliary is holding a streetfl^H ./ j: a .'.landumara- on Saturday^^O ' ^ February 29. MH ; |% Afternoon tea and also a ^^| ?-I1 poultry tea will be served in^H tichnudfs shop. ^H -y §: KNITTERS NEEDED. ^H III; The Auxiliary is also urgen^H ||fc need of knitters to knit for the^H im on service. Will all those williiM il , elP kindly contact Mrs. C. A. fl te'M y or the hon- secretary of the^H ||# xiliary. J ^M

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Lyndhurat Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

: Personals j f A7arricKville, is at I Mrs. Thornton, of ju her nephew § present Holid^ngJ^ w ^ ft and niece *£? viJIo;vs.' Lyndhurst. r- beater at ilie ? |, service in New hJs parentBi j^. £ *?SS[ P O'Connor. His wife and I teby^on, of Orange, are *»u ~^- I ing- the break- # I »r« Alan Blake and son. Barry, I iat^Snt holidaying at Lynd. I. %L with Mrs. Blake's parents. Mr. I 1% Mrs. P. O'Connor. ^ § Congratulations to Mr. David t ui'ies on attaining- 81 years on Sun. ft f.,'v last. The old gentleman is still t-J 'Joying the best of health; is quite Is&ctipe and attends to all his own TRth Mrs. Hines, he journeyed to feron to spend his birthday with Waives. VBi * ? ? *k death occurred at Bathurst re SLof Mrs. q^JNeil, relic of the «^ W. Neil ol^topla (reported feof ^Su^^Eboto^ and Mrs. iraAfflKggu

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFflCS 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Efficiency and integrity are the kejpotes of this Company. Sympathetic oonsideratlon is the watchword. Prompt and honorable settlement of all claims is the 'motto.' Represented throurhout this district by— W. J. BRADY _ CARCOAR Tramp and Press the Bales brand them and consign in accord fince with the advice on the right. - That action consistently nrOves sound. p s Its soundness results from the thoroughness of the firms work ai selling brokers. Old in eJSnce but young in energy, they tfve Sch chent : full benefit of tif *PSS Sp. fie11 '^ baUUlin{? Of ^ -O '^ ^ v v ?» . \ . ? HI Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. Winchcombe House. Bri^at ar*n»y Branch at »«.__.

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Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

Personal Items Mr. T. Millard is again on the sick list. ? i Mrs. H. Neil also had to seek medi cal attention during the week. Ptes. Clive Corse and Bob McDou gal are home on leave from the West, while Pte. 'Snowy' Jansen is enjoy ing » spell from New Guinea.

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£4163 GRANT TO ABERCROMBIE SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

£4163 GRANT TO ABERCROMBIE SHIRE npHE Main Roads Department has A agreed to contribute £4163 to wards a programme of works estim ated to cost £5788 on main and trunk roads within Abercrombie Shire this year. This information was received at Saturday's meeting of the council. The shire clerk - Mr. J. Edwardes) said that this -was the usual grant.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

1 E. J. Boji ! LYNDHURSW AGENT FOR V H. V. McKAY-MASSEYf \ HARRIS I | \ Lyndhurst-Mandurama A District \ MACHINERY, TWINE, OIL, AND k DUPLICATE PARTS ON HAND. ', I Phone 23 — Lyndhurst I CAM REED & SON P (late DAVE REED). |, Undertakers & Monumental I; ?$ , Masons. I ' Adelaide Street. Blayney. |j,' 'Phone 60. SI ' Fiinerals Conducted Reverently I ,' ? and Dignified. r ] * K-5 . Local Representative: [ Mr. Arthur Higgs II 'l 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. Wt ? jf; iVKF SED/ lifter 40 Years' Trading in Wk&K.. Carcoar 1 ffciwLare still doing our best to give fesf satisfaction iN^Co If JFJKkyw -FOT7B OBDER FOB THE Wif?2»W 'CHRONICLE' lf: -,. ?

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Mandurama Personals... [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

Mandurama Personals... Congratulations to Shirley Row lands and Helen Parker on their In: termediate Examination passes. Spending a few days in the City is Mr. S. Batley. * ? ? Receiving congratulations -are Mr. I and Mrs. H. Schmidt, of Mandurama, j on the arrival of a baby son. ? w m y The many friends of Miss Phyllis Willard, who underwent an operation in Carcoar District Hospital on Fri- . day last, hope that she will be soon ' on the road to good health. i Visitors to Mrs. Tom Coates, Man- 1 durama, are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coates. Mr; Tom Coates is at present visiting another district on shearing operations. - i ? ? ? i A ball, in aid of patriotic funas, is scheduled for February 25, at Man- ( Visiting relatives and friends in j the City are Mrs. George Breen ano, ,* family. .\ . ? ? ? ? ?? i Mrs. Jobson, who was recently dis- ' l charged from Carcoar District Hos- |. pital is much improved in health. -V.i Holidaying with her mother. Mrs, |y R. Hardman, is Mrs. Patrick. #? ? ? ? ...

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NEWBRIDGE Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

NEWBRIDGE Personal Items Friends of Mrs. Clarrie Newstead are pleased to learn that she is home again after 20 weeks in Blayney Dis trict Hospital. Now well on the roau tr- recovery, it is hoped the improve ment continues. A m a a Mr. Geo. Behn, of the local hotel, accompanied by his wife, has left for a holiday in the City. Mrs. Behn, snr., who since the death of her husband, has been holidaying with her son, has also returned home to Sydney. ? ? ? During the last few weeks a large quantity of wheat has been trucked from Newbridge siding. ? ? ? The dry spell still continues in the district. Some rain would be most welcome. (

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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PRE-WEDDING PARTY Happy Gallymont Function [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

PRE-WEDDING PARTY Happy G-allymont Function A pre-wedding evening was ten dered Miss R. Bright, at the local hall on the 10th instant, when friends assembled to express their good wishes. Mr. F. C. Howard voiced the sen timents of those present in wishing the guest every happiness in the fu ture. Miss Bright was for some time in charge of the local post-office, and until recently, was attached to Cowra postal staff. Mr. Howard asked Mrs. A. M. Lynch to make the presentation, who, on handing Miss Bright a sum of money subscribed by friends, said that with the gift went sincere wishes for her future happiness and prosperity. Mr. E. Fuller responded on behalf of his fiancee, expressing pleasure at the kindly thought that prompted the gathering. During the evening dancing was indulged in to music supplied by Mrs. T. Simes.

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CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1944. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1944. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. St. Stephen's, Mandurama, 3 p.m. St. Paul's Carcoar. 4.30 p.m. Preacher, Mr. R. Brill. (The Rector, Rev. E. T. Pearce, is on holidays on the South Coast).

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GALLYMONT Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

GALLYMONT Personal Items Residents are pleased to see Mrs. 'J. Healey home again and about her usual round of duties, arter her ill ^less of over two months last year. * * * Looking extremely well after their holiday, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Molloy and sons, Peter and Paul, have re turned from the City. They were ac companied by Mrs. Molloy's mother. Mrs. Green. j * * * ! Mr. T. Sims, of Bondi, was a visi tor to Gallymont over the week-end to be present at the wedding of his brother-in-law, Mr. E. Fuller. Also home for the ceremony was Miss E. 'Fuller. AW.AS j ? * ? * * I At the usual monthly meeting of the local branch of the Comforts \ Fund, Mesdames A. M. Lynch, H. iEright, A Moss, R. Fuller and Miss IT. Healey packed and despatched eels for local men in the Forces. * * » | Mrs. T. Johnson and son Kevin, have returned after holidaying with friends in the Orange district. j * * * In letter to his parents. Pte. M J. Healey, of a Northern battle station, expressed gratitude for parcels ?...

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Bowls BLAYNEY LOSES TO BATHURST PENNANT COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

Bowls BLAYNEY LOSES TO BATHURST PENNANT COMPETITION By a mai-gin. of 91 points to 54, Bathurst City Bowling Club defeated Blayney Club in the pennant coiEpetition, on Bat hurst green last week-end. If figures mean anything, Bathurst had a very easy win, but Blayney put up a gocd fight, and considering its players were playing away from home and on a green less familiar to them than to their opponents, they did well. Scores : B. Bl. H. Gillard, G. Davies, G. I Brooks, L. Lindsell ? 41 J. Graham, J. Frapi, H. Stin son, G. Cheney ..... ? 18 R. Jenkins, A. Amey, G. Bed. | well. L. Long .... ? 15 R. Hicks, M. Connolly, S. I Kable, C. Allmark ? 25 W. Tinsley, S. McGuinn, R. Lloyd, E. C. Murray ..... 35 R. Muir, F. Hough, R. Gray. B. Austin ? 15 Totals .... ....? ? 91 54 VISITORS WELCOMED. i At the tea adjournment, Mr. E. C. Murray (president Bathurst City Bowling Club) extended a welcome to the visitors. He hoped Blayney I players were enjoying their game, and would benefit by the experie...

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PNEUMONIA IN SHEEP THREE OUTBREAKS IN CARCOAR P.P. AREA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

PNEUMONIA IN SHEEP THREE OUTBREAKS IN CARCOAR P.P. AREA 'Disease outbreaks during the month were varied, but not very numerous.' Mr. F. E. Trcvitt (Stock Inspector) reported that at the February meeting ci' Carcoar P.P. Board. The report .-.dded: There were three outbreaks of pneu monia in sheep on widely separated holdings. They were considered un usua'i for this time of the year, and she re is probably a gcod deal more pneumonia in young sheep throughout '.he district than is realised. Several holdings were quarantined for keds. A peculiar sickness in horses, the cause of which was not determined, was re ported and investigated. In that it at tirst involved eight draught horses, it was looked upen seriously.. There have however, been no subsequent cases since those originally reported. 'An outbreak of Pica (wasting dis ease) in cattle, was investigated. This outbreak involved 60 cows and ca'ives, recently introduced to we aiscnu irum Ccbar, and 80 per cent, became af fected. Worms...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

I Ull I W ? UUI ? In the air, on the seven seas, and on the battle-fronts of a world at war, Australian wool is making a vital contribution to the victory of the United Nations. Stock and produce grown on Australian soil are also serving on the food front at home and abroad. Pitt, Son and Badgery are proud to continue in war as in so many years of peace, their association with the growers and producers, and to maintain long-established standards of expert individual service in handling, storage and sale. *J% ? PITT, SON AND BADGERY LTD. '^^H*^^^^ WOOLBROKERS WMOWJHi!^S?$;' 4 O'ConncIl Street, Sydney; Darby Street, Newcastle. ?fflM^3im§P«^ Branch office: Boorowa ^BH^ajSsi^^ licensed Auctioneers, Slock and Station Agents Ti jSmLi iiiii IIIIIIMTI^ MlHW— 1

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Dangerous Outbreak Halted At Cree [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

Dangerous Outbreak Halted At Creii A fire which broke ou: on '*? property of Mr. Perry TV!^ 'fl East Guyong (near Milliborpt '? «'? Monday afternoon, was hrou?t!« under control some hours lj'cr H Mr. Taylor said that fortunau!' **? was halted at a dry creek n'--'- i:H ?been fought by about 50 *o]0rM including members of the Mii'lllC« ? ushfire Brigade. I 'It was beaded at the tinn' in *? direction of Rock Forest, and n*« have swept nearly to tbe oUlSM « of Bathurst but for running -» ? the bed of the creek'. sa'd ZM Taylor. 'There is much ''? country ahead.' I He said that the fire spread i!°^M property to tbe adjoining lan° 1 1M Tom Gordon, and then veered 'c M his holding. About 300 to ^M of grassland were destroyed, t-ul ^M Was onlv ef a minor nature JB fencing was destroyed, and a 'i jm of stock were believed to have p« ? i * i'ifl Mr. Tay'ior paid tribute to »' M fighters, saying that they foUg '''*#? ly to bring it under control. .^S ac the creek to keep it in hano * m was hal...

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[?]T. Knock By Lloyd ops Blayney's Score [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

[?] ?fe Knock By B Lloyd ?? 'rops Blayney's ? Score BvHP' layney on the first inn ??Hp! - ial game at Bathurst |H|:i; A. Lloyd scored 47 not HSHfi ?? '. icitors while best Loco ?|^H&,;:- . Blandford (5-19).. ^^Hk- '-,' took 7 for 53 for Blay. ^?|i-7, f- st innings: C. Quail, c ^^^Kra, b \Jr. Cole, 7; A. Kingham, ^^H-n. 0; R. Clancy, c Moxon, b ^|RiJi29; J. Toohey, c Moxon, b Al HBp|2; C. Muggleton, c Franklin, ?pLaaW 4; A Lloyd,' not out, 47; W. ?SffiBFranklin, b Blandford, 5; C. BpiljHiBlandford. 0; J. Muggleton. i^HBandford, 6; B. Marshall, b IgJi^Hp 0; B Lyle, b Blandford. 0; ^?g Total. 118. Bowling: N. jj^^H/33, G. Cole 1/11. T. Allison ^^^KBensley 0/20 C Blandford ^HfCole 1/10. ^^?gijwst innings: G. Cole, b Mug ^?Hp; S. Cole, b Smith. 13; T. ^^H|,b Muggleton. 13; L. Hollier, ^^Hgleton, 3; S. Franklin, c Lloyd, ^Hmeton. 29; R. Stewart, b Mug. ^Hp!3; R Brett, b Muggleton. 6; ^Hpford. Ibw b Muggleton, 0; R. HRr not out, 11 ; T. Allison, run HRKjf N Moxon, c Kingham, b Hli ...

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