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SALE OF BATHURST FACTORY TO PRIVATE FIRM? [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
SALE OF BATHURST FACTORY TO PRIVATE FIRM? QUESTIONED at the week-end as to wnether it was correct that the Federal Government was negotiating for the sale of the Bathurst factory to a private firm, the Federal Treas urer (Mr. Ch fley) said he was not aware of such a move. Mr. Chifley pointed out that all such proposals were dealt with by the Secondary In. dustries Commission, whose reports were considered by Federal Cabinet Final decision rested with Cabinet he added.
WHERE SHOULD HE LIVE? MR. BREEN'S PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
! WHERE SHOULD HE LIVE? MR. BREEN'S PROBLEM Should he live in Orange (elec toral headquarters), in Oowra (proposed home), in Sydney (with, its innumerable contacts) or in Canberra (seat of Government) ? 1 That is the problem of Mr. John Breen, Calare's Federal Member. In the course of a letter to the Cowra 'Guardian,' Mr. P. F. Lough lin, of Carcoar, makes some interest ing observations Mr. Loughlin, himself a former M.L.A. and State Minister, bases his letter on an article in the Forbes 'Advocate' on September 22, headed 'Breen, M.P., as a Soil Specialist, which dealt with certain remarks of Mr. Breen regarding the soil of the Lachlan Valley. However, we take from Mr. Loughlin's letter only those comments bearing on the subject of Mr. Breen's residence while parlia mentary representative for Calare. Inter alia, Mr. Loughlin says: I can understand the attitude of the Forbes paper to the proposed resi dence oi tne .f ederal Aiemoer, mi Breen, in Cowra. Cowra has a fine water supply, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
£410 PROFIT ON COWRA®'' RACES K Hie Cowra Jockey Club bus an.Hin announced that a profit oi £410 ^Htt- was made on thie recent Csp^Bd meefting. v This amount was cleared aft-, r pa\^Vra ing £282 in taxes, £300 in pi :-v and £80 rebate. This is the best result 'h- - Club has achieved for a nm :;!-or years and the Committee is ? forward to a prosperous ful\ ? IV PICKED UP LIVE SHELL : I'.OvH6 KTT.T.TT.n INSTANTLY ? SYDNEY, Sunday — Bruce land (12), Maroubra, was accid' killed by the explosion of a D7-m'ilHM| metre cannon shell today. The was spending the day at Long rifle range. He picked up the and dropped it. The explosicn killt^H him instantly. ; Cook BroS BLAYNEY K ANNOUNCE that tlie'y have Luxi) a|^Rg pointed by the Agricultural lX-pafll9 merit as ^Kt SOLE AGENTS 2N TH» CARCOAR DISTRICT* for receival of all Vegetables grown under contract wiVH the Commonwealth GovenK ment. Also Sole Agents for receival -H I ically grown Potatoes under tlH Government contract scheme. I ' I ; PULL ...
CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
CARCOAR . TOWN TALK ?Miss Jean Manning and Mrs. K. Manning have returned to Sydney I after an enjoyable week as the guests , of Mr. and Mrs- G. Manning. * * * Other Sydney visitors to return home, after a few days with Mr. and Mrs. W. Stammers, are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stammers. f * * Pte. Bob Dearns is spending leave at Carcoar. # w ?S Mrs. Dalian, senr.. is holidaying at Koorawatha. * * * Miss Betty Cheffins spent last week with her mother. Mrs. R- Cheffins. * * * Miss Mary Smith, Mr. J. Smith and Miss Hepworth are the guests of Mrs. Cheffins. ? ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
iHj[p.P. BOARD ELECTION I #To The Ratepayers of jl ® Carcoar P.P. Board. ; fJI DIVISION' 'A' - P T.inTRS and GENTT «EMEN , As I have had requests by many | W Batfepayers, and liave been nominated 1 *i '?'- as a Director of Carcoar P.P. Board to act in place of my late father, Mr. i E eg. Fagan, I submit my name to you , for No. 1 VOTE. If elected, I will spare no means v : for the care and advancement of the : , Board. My father served for 30 years. Except for a period of service in ' },. the R.AA.F., I have lived and work etf in. this district all my life. ? f , (Sgd.) W. K. FAGAN. 1* V 'Sunny Ridge.' Mandurama. j rnHE MONTHLY MEETING of the X : Lyndhurst Branch of the C.W.A. ' - will be held in the Memorial Hall, NEXT SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21st, j at 3 PM.— D. COBB„ Hon. Sec. PONT FORGET . . AUCTION SALE OF CARTS, SULKY-HARNESS, FURNITURE, &c. AT BLAYNEY. | Saturday, Oct. 21 - 2 p.m. . A/c Diking and Other Owners. . BIG LIST OF ARTICLES. li 'i ARTHUR CROFTS [? 'j 1 Ucemsed Auc...
Was Decendant Of Pioneer Clergyman Late C. St. Clair Johnson, Coombing Park Manager [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
Was Decendant Of Pioneer Clergyman Late C. St. Clair Johnson, I Coombing Park Manager Mr. C. St. Clair Johnson, manager of Coombing Park, Carcoar, died within a few hours after being at tacked with a paralytic seizure on Tuesday afternoon of last week. Mr- Johnson, who was speaking from the Coombine Park offir.p to Mrs. Hope at the homestead, sudden ly collapsed in the middle of the con versation and was found lying on the floor in an unconscious condi tion. He was taken immediately to the District Hospital. He passed away about six hours | aiterwaras witnout regaining con sciousness, his wife bejpg at his side. Dr. Cass, who was called in imme diately to attend Mr. Johnson, warn ed Mrs- Johnson that the end was in evitable. The late Mr. Johnson was the third son of the late Mr. R. H. Johnson Bank Manager, of Sydney, and some 40 years ago married Daphne, the youngest daughter of the late Mr James Todhunter, of Wattagoona Station, Cobar. j There were two children of the mar riage. Th...
LYNDHURST PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
LYNDHURST PERSONALS I L.A.C. Ray Drady, R.A.A.F., son of Mr and Mrs J Drady, of Garland, was operated on for appendicitis at Car coar District Hospital, on Saturday last * * * Mrs. Stammers, senr., is at present rot enjoying the best of health, and has been confined to her room for the past few days. * * * At present spending a holiday at 'Rising Sun,' as the guest of her friend, Mrs. R. Hoad, is Miss M. Hol den, of Sydney. * * * Mrs. W. Leabeater and her two children of 'The Willows,' left on Saturday for Bathurst, where they will spend a few days as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Burke. * * * Mr. J. Cant, of Young, and one time resident of Barry, spent a few days here last week as the guest of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. Hines. He visited the Carcoar Show and was delighted to meet many old friends. * * « Mr. Chris. Hibbard is at present a patient in the Cowra Hospital. * * * The many friends of Mr. W. Bol ton will be sorry to learn he is a pa tient in the Carcoar...
CARCOAR GROUND "A GEM" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
? CARCOAR GROUND 'A GEM' Carcoar is famed for its* showground. Nestling in sylvan surroundings, along the Belu bula River, it presents a charm ing appearance- It is circled by stately trees which at this sea son of the year look their t*estfc. W1U1 surnwiimiii^ iinio w ' ? ^ iqg ithe prtatty picture. ^ No .more fitting scene ? v carnival could be found part -xf the State — vfeifcoi enraptured by its beauty. * Typical of most showg ??? ? is the presence of dnslt, bi coar is exceptionally free - ' - ^ /' regard. Moreover, spectafc u:v; afforded a perfect view ?. ring events by a natural | stand, a feature tfiat not | showgrounds possess. «!
SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
SHEEP Farmers' class: Ewe, any age. Me rino: R. G. Rowlands. Breeders' Class (Merino). P., A. and H. Society Cup, Pen of three Merino ewes: Greylands Pty. Ltd. Walli, 1, Baker Bros. (Burnt Yards) 2. Ewe, any age, fine: Greylands Pty. Ltd 1, Baker Bros. 2. Ram, any age, medium: Grey lands Pty. Ltd. 1. ' Ram, any age, strong: Greylands Pty. Ltd. 1 and 2. Ewe, any age, with lamb at for/.: j Baker Bros 1. Ewe, any age, medium: GreyiaiKis Pty. Ltd. 1, Baker Bros 2. I Ewe. anv aere. strone: Grey'an'ls Pty. Ltd. 1, Baker Bros. 2. Ewe, 1943 drop, strong: Baker Br?s. Ewe, 1943 drop, medium: Greylands Pty. Ltd. 1 and 2. Ram, 1940 drop: Greylands Pty. Ltd- 1, Baker Bros 2. ' Pen of 3 rams: Greylands Pty. Ltd. Champions: Greylands Pty. Ltd. Open Class (Merino). Ram, any age: Greylands Pty. Ltd. Ewe, any age: Greylands Pty. Ltd'. 1. Baker Bros. 2. Romney (Open Class). Ram, any age: J. B. and G. C. Gor don 1 and 2. Ewe, any age: A. Saundry 1 ard 2. Pen of 3 rams, 1943 drop: A. Saundry 1. Pen of 3...
Council Will Help LAND [?] BLAYNEY B.H .[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
Council Witt nip LAND F? BLAYNEY B.H . ^NTRE Tlie Director f Education (Mr. J. G. McKenzie) wrote to bst meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council in reply to Council's let ter of May 24. addressed to the Manager of the Resumed Porper. t es Department, regarding the old school site at Blayney. The Department of Eld j cation h stated, was prepared to surrender the L&r.d.' Department, for dedication as a baby health centre, the area shown on attached sketch, provided it was fenced without cost to the De partment's satisfaction. On acceptance by Council, under seal, of the conditions, the land would be made available for immediate oc cupation pending formal dedication by the Lands Department. (The area in question is in Church Street, adjoin.ng the Memorial Hall. It has a 40ft. frontage, and w'dens t0 80ft. at the rear, with a depth of 200ft). Cr. Cook (President of the Baby J Health Centre Committee) explained the position in regard to the land in ' question, also the intentions in r...
APPROVAL GIVEN FOR ALTERATIONS Carcoar School Of Arts [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
APPROVAL GIVEN FOR ALTERATIONS Carcoar School Of Arts Lyndhurst Shire Council at last h . [ t fripiftfing approved of additions - j-| and alterations to Camsoar School I. of Arts building. jj The Acting Health Inspector (Mr. Gerty) recommended that the; appur t I cation be granted, and this was en- | dorsed. ' * I The application was made bjjjg-jMes- ( J srs. Snider and Dean, the T j picture theatre proprietSiS? ® ?'???;£ p| NO INFECTIOUS DISEASES. ' *'? - | Mr. Gerty reported that no^ jtafec^ ,, , * | tious diseases had been notified ^ ing the past month. General hea«3» i conditions within the Shire were good. ; |£ |
Complaint To Carcoar P.P. Board QUARANTINING OF SHEEP AT BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
Complaint To Carcoar P.P. Board QUARANTINING OF SHEEP AT BLAYNEY At the October meeting ol Carcoar P.P. Board, a letter was read from J. B. Gordon, on be half of G. C. and J. B. Gordon, of 'Glengowan,' Moorilda, ,n re.' ference to the quarantining of sheep at Blayney saleyards. The communication read: 'We sent a consignment of 340 uorneaaie noggets to the special stock sale held at Blayney on Sep tember 30th from our 'Trellawarren' property, three miles from Blayney. 'After the sheep had been draft ed for sale they were inspected by Mr. Trevitt (Stock Inspector), who claimed that* the sheep were infest ed with keds. The inspector would not allow the sheep to be offered for sale, quarantining them, and also the holding on which they are now pad docked. 'In fairness to ourselves, and all other stockowners in the Carcoar P.P. district, I refer this matter to the Board, as I consider it a grave injustice to all concerned in the pas l ? j ? _a_ - i UVJ.U.A muuouj Ul Wic v-»exL*j;UelI UIS...
RED DUST STORM ENVELOPS DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
RED DUST STORM ENVELOPS DISTRICT One of the most dense dust storms experienced in LyndhuiESt Shire district for many years, occurred on Monday of tiiis week. 'Hie sky was completely over cast and visibility was, in some , Jocahtaes, considerably restricted. ? filch IrOllmvinMi ? . 1 ^.1. J ras'aent reports that at the height of the storm ttie anea was practically in dark ness. The dust extended for many miles. At Bathurst, the visita tion resembled a hieavy fog, simi lar tin density to (that experienced during winter months.
COUNCIL WANTS ROAD Land Board's Request [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
COUNCIL WANTS ROAD Land Board's Request Lyndhurst Shire Council ait last meeting agreed to offer no objection, to land on the Carcoar. j Blayney road being used for a travelling stock and camping re serve. The Acting District Surveyor (Mr. Massie), Land Board Office, Orange, ' intimated that it was proposed tlikt an area of land on the Mid-Western Highway, between Carcoar and Blay ney, near Mr. W. Burns' property, be notified as a travelling stock and camping reserve. The Highway had been deviated at this locality, and it was proposed that j the old road be enclosed and included j in the reserve. It was desired that ; Council should advise if it had any | objections to the proposal. j ROAD WANTED. Engineer Gerty explained that the road provided access to the sand de pot. and was needed for this purpose. Councillors decided to accede to Uie request but not to have the road en closed. J
NEVILLE PARS C.W.A. Members' Gift To Mrs. M. Toole [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
I NEVILLE PARS C.WA. Members' Gift To I Mrs. M; Toole At a meeting of Neville C.W.A., | ? Mrs. R. Speers, President, on behalf I1' of all members, presented Mrs. M. d j Toole (nee Cartwright) with & beau- | | tiful wall mirror, in honor of her re- | | cent marriage. jjl Mrs. Toole, in responding, thanked , IS all and hoped she would still be able to attend meetings, despite the fact J|| that she now lived some distance '!$|1 from the town. * * * 81' Successful Dance iff A most successful danfce was con ducted by the C.W.A. on Saturday t|Sj night last, to fa'fle funds for soldiers' vm hampers. Winners of the itovelty JK dance were Beryl Devenish and Kevin j B Radburn, the euchre prize winners be- ? ing Mrs. Chalker and Mr. M. Lassey. 'v; 9 ! Personal '1 I Mr. and Mrs. G. Devenish spent the *n ®y^ney to see their son. 'v-'Si «? «;iArthUr ^svenish, who Was in ' the City for a few days. ^*$$8 Neville was well represented at the Carcoar Show on Wednesday last, and one cannot help...
Minister Sympathetic Extension of C.T. Water Supply Scheme [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
Minister Sympathetic Extension of C.T. Water Supply Scheme | The Minister for Public Works has asked for details of the pro posed extension of the Central Tablelands Water Supply Scheme. A deputation, headed by the Presi dent of the C.T County Council (Cr. J. A. Innes) and the Acting Clerk (Mr. G. Callinan) recently waited on the Minister in Sydney. Introduced by Mr. Fred J. Cahill. M.L.A. for Young, the deputation Informed the Minister that the Coun cil was prepared to extend the water supply to villages along the Cowra Young - Koorawatha - Greenethrope - Grenfell railway lines, based on the costs set out by the Consulting En gineers, which provided for a Gov ernment subsidy of 18/ per capita per annum. It was asked that the Government approve of the extension on this basis. CONSIDERATION BY ENGINEERS. In his reply, the Minister expres sed sympathy with the proposal, and . asked the County Council to submit I details for consideration by Depart- j mental engineers. | Mr. Cahill inq...
OBITUARY MALCOLM S. J. HURST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 18 October 1944
OBITUARY MALCOLM S. J. HURST As announced in last 'Western Mac- quarie,' the death occurred on Wed- &nbsp; nesday afternoon at his ? &nbsp; Adelaide Street, of a well-known &nbsp; Blayney resident, Mr. Malcolm S. J. Hurst. The late Mr. Hurst had &nbsp; for a considerable time, past month had been coniir. cnfForinP' frnm I w. . and other complications. I - * peacefully. Mr. Hurst, who year, was a native was the youngest so and Mrs. John Hui dents of that City, was a bootmaker, wa a big way at Bathurst m h; -t days. Mr. Malcolm Hurst went to Syd- ney as a young man and, exce; . . : brief period in Sydney, ha.] . ;fl* there ever since. He was a hs - Vs ser for some years, but lak- .'..nj back to his trade as a waU h: at which he worked for a y period. He was a man of a very oui ?;.,.iten nature, but he was highly iw; ,, ,,„] and was extremely honest in In, ness dealings. Until failing health cu-tai' his activities, he took a prominc.-. ;)JVt in band affa...
[?]SERVE NO USEFUL PURPOSE" Central Western Confederation [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944
rERVE NO USEFUL PURPOSE' I Central Western Confederation ?Lyndhurst Shire Council, at Bit meeting, was asked t-o ex Hbss its views concerning the ?extral Western Confederation K Local (government Authors EpT A. Howell (Lithgow), secre K pro tem, Central Western Con I ration or Liocai government au- i [ties, advised that a meeting of | [ government authorities within 1 Mitchell Region, held at Orange i leptember 2, it had been decided [rite to Councils included in the federation and seek their opinion p its continuance or otherwise, r. Howell forwarded a financial anient of the Confederation, ring receipts at £195 and expen at £63/3/4, leaving £131/16/8 to efunded pro rata to member icils. He enclosed cheque for fcr Lyndhurst Shire. SF- Bums said there seemed to be Iiverlapping or simuar boaies ?. Cook's opinion was that the federation could serve no useful iOS«. motion against continuance was ied unanimously
CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 October 1944
Icarcoar ?own talk Ir W A- meeting, held on Satur. 'fternoon l^t. was the first for considerable time at Carcoar. ' s from Mandurama were pres '°/ very enjoyable afternoon was j . nnd it was arranged to hold ,ei meetings at Carcoar every » months. ^ ^ is a pleasure to see Mr. Fiddy (t again after being a patient in District Hospital. is Brady and daughter, Betty, of l'ickville, are visiting Mrs. Callen. I » Nell Loughlin is home on leave. Loughlin returned to Carcoar [ her daughter after hoi days lt in Sydney. » * * rs. E. Parker, and small son, is jaying with Mrs. N. Smith, at ng * .r * fter a very enjoyable holiday it at Carcoar, Mrs. Charles Moad returned to Parramatta. W *sf rt. Ron. Furner, of the R.A.A.F., returned to camp after spending e with his mother, Mrs. Ned Fur * * * r- Alf. Newham has returned to loar after an extended holiday relatives at Cowra. I * * I street stall, in aid of Carcoar j lolic Church Fete, was held in j Snider's Depot on Saturday af- 1 son last. The l...