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STRAY GEESE ON MANDURAMA COMMON : OWNERS LIABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944
STRAY GEESE ON MANDURAMA COMMON : OWNERS LIABLE It would appear that owners j of straying geese on Mandurama UJTumon can be held liable for damage. Advice to this effect is contained in a letter to Mr. R. E. O'Halloran, M.L.A., Orange, from the Act. wil der Secretary, Mr. J. Cronin. as fol- ; low: — 'With further reference to your personal representations on behalf of Mr. N. J. Woodward, hon. secretary of the Mandurama (Golden Gully) Common, relative to the straying of geese on the Common, I have to in. form you that the Trustees are, in law, entitled to the possession of the Common and, if geese stray thereon and do such damage as might ordin arily be expected, the owner of them will be liable to the Trustees for the consequences and action may be brought by the Trustees to compel cessation of the nuisance. 'Alternatively, if the Trustees find geese doing damage to the grass or water on the Common, the geese may be impounded, and compensa tion sought from the nwner for the damage d...
CARCOAR'S GALA NIGHT Opening of Victory Theatre [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944
CARCOAR'S GALA NIGHT Opening of Victory Theatre ?Carcoar's School of Arts Hall | was packed to cayiacity on Sat. j urday night last to witness the' opening of the Victory Picture 'Theatre. The programme, selected for the j opening night was 'Ladies of Wash- i ington' and 'R.ose O'Grady.' the last named being released for the first time in Australia — truly a unique honor for Carcoar. The sponsors of the venture is Western Cinemas Ltd., and they are | to be compliment-cd on installing at Carcoar a picture theatre equal to the best in country centres. ' The spacious lounge chairs and the presentation of the pictures assures Carcoar of the best in picture enter, tainment. - uuring me evening, ,\ir. manning, on behalf of citizens, thanked „.^r. j Snider (one of the principals of West- j ern Cinemas Ltd) for making such a modern and well equipped theatre j available to Carcoar Mr. Manning's remarks were sup- I ported by members of the audience, I and at the conclusion, three cheers i pai...
BIG DAY AT NEWBRIDGE: RACES SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944
BIG DAY AT NEWBRIDGE : RACES SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY NEXT The races at Newbridge on Saturday next. 4th November, promises to provide one of the best day's sport yet seen in the district. There are six races to be compet- j ed for, and a commencement will be maae a.t Mr. Geo. Behn, the energetic secre. tary, assures us that there will be good nominations, and no shortage of bookmakers. Sydney races are to be broadcast. | Refreshments, soft drinks and ice cream will be obtainable on the ground, and there will also be a pub lican's booth. After the races, tea will be served at the Gladstone Hall, from 6 to 7.30 p.ro At nisrht a dance social is to be held, for which good music will be provided. Proceeds are in aid of Newbridge Church and Convent funds. The bomb load capacity of 1,000 miles range of bomber aircraft pro duced in Britain in 1943 was nearly 35,000 tons.
VETERANS IN BOMBER : "ROUGHER RIDE ON SHIP" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944
VETERANS IN BOMBER : ' 'ROUGHER RIDE ON SHIP' \ ___ *£ 'j Two Dubbo veterans flew for 25 ^ v uinutes on Friday afternoon as passen- | , *crs aboard the great Lancaster bomber. 'j They were Mr. F. B. Lark (84i) and Mr. A. Irvine (824). Both were de- « .f Ugh ted at having had such a remarkable | txperience. it was me. Lartts niw. flight, and asked by two representatives «-f 'The Dubbo Liberal,' who also ' -? ?vere aboard this remarkable R.A.A.F. plane, what the experience? was like, Mr. Lark replied, 'I have had many ? $$?. rougher ride aboard a ship in my day. It was a great experience. 1 enjoyed it ,;.f immensely/^ ? -Vf ; ? \j. g British Royal Engineers ^Transport) , * -- did most of the repair work at Cherbourg. j '1 f A dredging company with Britsh person- h nel and equipment worked under Ameri- ' can direction. This company will work If for the Americans in other French ports J in the United States zone as they are freed. ? More than 500 large and small U.S. automotive manufact...
How Millthorpe Was Given Its Name TOO MANY "SPRINGS" CAUSED CONFUSION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944
How Millthorpe Was Given Its Name TOO MANY 'SPRINGS' CAUSED CONFUSION (By William Folster, in the Orange 'Advocate.') . I Hie name Millthorpe came into general usage in the year 1884, tout not with the entire consent of all the people of Millthorpe. No township in Australia can claim to have been known by so many names in so brief a time. 1 One of the prime movers for hav ing the name changed was T. S. Pearce, Esq. First known as 'Charley Booth's,' the settlement next became 'Grove Farm,' to be followed by 'The Grove.' which co-existed with the 'Cross Roads.' With the arrival of settlers it became 'Spring Grove.' Confusion existed and a new name was sought as is evident from the two letters subjoined. Many people had complained and late in the year 1883 a public meeting* was convened but little agreement Was achieved, though many names were suggested, both within the dis. trict and from other places. The let ter of William Mugridge, a Bathurst trader, humorously, but pointedly, re v...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944
Cook Brosl BLAYNEY t ANNOUNCE that they Dave we:: ap-R pointed by the Agricultural i)('P:irt'Mg ment as Hn SOLE AGENTS 3N THE*1 CARCOAR DISTRICT ?; for receivai of all Vegetable*^ grown under contract with» the Commonwealth GovenvH' ment. K Also Sole Agents for receivai Ijcally grown Potatoes under Government contract scheme. FULL PARTICULARS SUPPL#® V __ ON APPLICATION^ ? CAM REED & SON II (late DAVE REED). H Undertakers & Monumental !? Masons. IH Adelaide Street, Blayney' IH 'Phone 60. IH Funerals Conducted, Reverently ? and Dignilied. IH Local Repiesentative: IH Mr. Arthur Higgs II 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944
MINT MiRYS : BAKING POWDER | tlJoi/Ui qhoc&k can Aupply H \ f That's good news; j | FULL STOCKS of Aunt Mary's Baking t Powder are available everywhere. Be sure J ► to obtain this favourite Baking Powder, j | it has stood the test for over 70 years. i h There's no substitute for Aunt Mary's ^ I — there never will be I i The Sheep May Cut *fcll or otherwise in accordance with seasonal conditions. Shearing may be earlier or Jater than usual. Various factors can influence it. But whether the clip is light or heavy, is shorn on time or not, the words helow provide advice which is 'as good as gold' — Winchcombe, Carson (winchcombe ) Se'''s Br,'iers' Lt4 \ f, iMr/Nti / Winchcombe House, Bridge Street, \. vARbON Sydney. Branches — Newcastle, Tass, ^ ? . — Orange, Forbes, Bourke, Armidale. - ^ ^ __l _ __ __ ^ THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICE 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. CROP GROWERS! Protect yourselves against FIRE, HAIL, and LOSSES ......
Wedding HALL—RIDLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 November 1944
Wedding HALL— RIDLEY On September 9th, at St. Peter's Church of England, Neutral Bay, the wedding took place of Marjorie Mil- licent, second daughter of Mr. and &nbsp; Mrs. W. Ridley, of Garland, to John Joseph, eldest son of Mr.and Mrs. &nbsp; &nbsp; J. Hall, of Cremorne. Rev. Gees offi- ciated. The bride wore a gown of heavily beaded white flat crepe, cut on classi- cal lines, and featuring a long flow- ing train. Her fingertip veil, of hand- made Limerick lace, was held in place by a top-knot of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white hya- cinths and camelias. The bridesmaid. Miss Muriel Rid- ley, sister of the bride, made a pretty picture in a frock of sunset pink flat crepe and a head-dress of flow- ers and matching tulle. Her bouquet was of fuchsia colored tulips and mauve hyacinths and stocks. Sgt. Keith Hall, brother of the &nbsp; bridegroom, acted as best man. After a reception, where 40 guests were received by the bride's mother, wea...
TWO MEN ARRESTED AT BLAYNEY Remanded Till November 17 [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 November 1944
TWO MEN ARRESTED AT BLAYNEY Remanded Till November 17 Reference was made to JQie re sent shooting of l-r^ 'BjBjgiBald | Stuart Jones in Sydney^ iiatyMay- 'vfj jg ney Court on Saturday frWfe y' j Two men appeared'-!. vS&Bt&S 'Miy : ml I Frank Gillespie, J.P. -Jffi ? Wilson and J. G^ady had The charges were as '??fP' Donald Day (40), *- tariitfa vAttiforf Kip - having in custody three ;pp.jjS§^tyres and a carton of cigar etf&£r|feasonab. W'if' Jy suspected of having been stolen. ' George Humphries (39), , b6ipg an idle and disorderly person, having' in. sufficient lawful means of support. ? 'It is ridiculous to say I was in . M the car with Dr. Jones. . Everyone is knows that the third man was Rob- ,'|y '^y inson,' said Day. 'He is a different ';.v: ^jjp description to Humphries. I was with the doctor until midnight cm ;/ Tuesday.' ;; '-] The police asked lor substantial . Jj bail, stating that there were further - j inquiries pending. 'I Both defendants were r...
BEES DYING AT TRUNKEY ONLY "MIRACLE CAN SAVE THEM" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 November 1944
BEES DYING AT TRUNKEY ONLY 'MIRACLE CAN SAVE THEM' Apiarists axe experiencing a j most adverse season at Trunkey. j Mr. J. M. Ryan, of Blayney, who j was for many years a beekeeper at I Trunkey, and an Inspector of Apiaries i in the Agricultural Department, paid a visit there a few days ago, and, in l an interview with the editor of the I 'Chronicle,' stated that, unless a l miracle happened, there would be ' heavy losses in apiaries in that dis- 1 trict. j This was due chiefly to the drought | conditions now prevailing, and the | fact that there were not any soaking I rains during the winter months. 1 Bees that were almost in swarming condition about the end of Septem ber have now ceased breeding, and are merely a handful of bees, crawling to the bottom of the cells for the last drop of honey. There is no ground flora of any kind, which, in normal seasons, sup ply Dlentv of nollen and sufficient honey for breeding purposes. j There is a good flowering of hill I apple tree, commonly...
WILL TAKE OVER ON JANUARY 1 C.T. County Council and Local Water Schemes [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 November 1944
WILL TAKE OVER ON JANUARY 1 C.T. County Council and Local Water Schemes The Central Tablelands County Council will take over full control of the maintenance and management of existing water supplies at Grenfell, Canowindra, Blayney and Lake Carqellico as from January I, 1945. This was decided at the County Council meeting at Canowindra on Wednesday last. The meeting also dealt with tenders for the Goolagong — Grenfell section of the scheme. There were present: Councillors J. . A. Innes (chairman), W. Burns, F. C. Rowlands, P. W. Richardson, C. Mc Carron, L. G. Noble, G. A. Berry, L. W. Carey, R. G. Medcalf, R. Living stone, W. W. Ingrey. The Acting County Clerk (G. Callinan) and Con sulting Engineer (G. I. Davey) were also in attendance. Councillors Bragg and Phillips, of Burrangong Shire, attended the meet ing for the purpose of discussing the proposed extension of the scheme into Burrangong, Waugoola and Weddin ouiies. * Acting County Clerk's Report. The Acting County Clerk presen...
LYNDHURST WINS BY 159 RUNS Cricket Match At Blayney [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 November 1944
[ LYNDHURST WINS BY 159 RUNS Cricket Match At Blayney The cricket match, Lyndhurst vs. Blayney, played at Blayney on Sunday last, resulted in a win tor the former by 159 runs. Scores were: BLAYNEY. R. Clegg, lbw., b A Prosper ? 6 w. ^uau, c ana d f rosper ? z C. Hahn, b A. Prosper ? 5 A. Lloyd, lbw, b D. Ferson ? 9 J. Evans, st. O Tate, b D. Ferson 13 W. Smith, not out ..... .... ? 22 R. Moad, b R. Hood ? 18 T. Francis, c., b R. Hood ? ? 9 C. Searle, c., b R. Hood . . .... .... 1 B .Lyle, b R. Hood ? 0 G. Nixon, c., b D. Ferson ? 2 H. Jenner, b R. Hood ? .... . . 0 Sundries ? 7 Total .... ...j ? ^ ? 94 LYNDHURST. J. Kingham, b J. Evans ? 16 N. Hibbard. c C. Hahn, b W. Smith ? 0 M. Fuller, b W. Smith ? 5 A. Prosper, c C. Hahn, b W. Smith ? 16 R. Hoad, c W. Smith, b T. Fran cis ? 21 D. Ferson, b R. Moad ? 21 J. Emms, not out ? 80 A. Smith, b J. Evans ? 14 ? ? — , b W. Smith ? 48 ! M. Lees, b B. Lyle ? 0 E. Ulph, run out ? 25 Sundries ...j ? ? ? 7
REHABILITATION OF SOLDIERS Blayney R.S.L. likes New Zealand Scheme [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 November 1944
REHABILITATION OF SOLDIERS Blayney R.S.L. Likes New Zealand Scheme The rehabilitation of returned servicemen is a subject ih whicli Blayney Diggers have a decided interest. Speaking at last meeting of the local sub-branch, President W. Johns said the New Zealand schime great ly appealed to mm. Mr. Johns read portion of a speech given by a New Zealand rehabilita tion liaison officer i:i Sydney recent ly. This disclosed that N.Z. service men were deriving much benefit from the scheme that had been in operation in that Dominion for some time. | Digger Erie Ewin said it appeared to him that there were tco many or ganisations trying to do the work. It was, he considered, a matter for the League to take in hand and speak for 'the boys.' The League had a knowledge of what was required. j Digger A. U. Hill spoke in support. The R.S.L., he said, must take a firm j hand and see that rehabilitation was placed on a sound basis. 'HCO Jttlg. Digger Tom Francis (Secretary) stressed that a parochia...
Prices Must Be Registered PEA-GROWERS' MEETING AT MILLTHORPE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 November 1944
Prices Must Be Registered PEA-GROWERS' MEETING AT MILLTHORPE ? I A meeting convened by the Mill thorp® Vegetable Growers' I Association for the purpose of fixing the rates of cartage of peas to the viners was held at Millthorpe last week. It was well attended by growers and carriers from Blayney, Mill thorpe and Spring Terrace. Brief particulars of the meeting appeared in the 'West Macquarie' on Friday. After lengthy discussion and argu ment, the following rates were agreed on and fixed for the operations of the coming harvest: Up to 2 miles, 3d. per bushel; 4 miles, 3Jd. bushel; 6 miles, 4d. bushel; 8 miles, 5d. bushel; 10 miles, 6d. bus hel; 12 miles, 6Jd. busnel; 14 miles, Yd. busnei; ib miles, t$a. Dusnei; 10 miles, 8d. bushel. Plus Id. per bushel loading fee. with a minimum of 7/6, the carrier to supply one man and the farmer one man to load. It was suggested that the Associa tion should take steps to have these rates registered by the Prices Com. missioner, but this did not fi...
BLAYNEY DIGGERS VALUE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 November 1944
BLAYNEY DIGGERS VALUE 'REVL:; Blayney Diggers m . I benefits of having an :i!)i--ial B gan to speak for reiii,,,,.., B diers. u ? The official organ , : t p, ,B ILA, 'Reveille,' has bv : restricted as to the nuini -,V1Wl!aB printed owing to the- ',.!°I1!eB tions. A letter to Uv ' \v,vp!v meeting of the Blaync-v l'.Io,,'1; Vised that it was now i' crease circulation owiii^ ,':t si; ^ relaxation in the re_i :,.ns new subscribers would Several Diggers pi,-, n the good work 'Rev, : and was doing for ex-.su: \ . . ;-.-L.n a a number of new subi..-..: . in their subscriptions t,- : . ;„.!,n.S Francis.
Mandurama Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 November 1944
: . - ? ?; ManduraMa ?* Personals'-Xi;.,-. — ' . ' B Two 2- tooth rams, .recently pu;. .-v -ji!- ' ? ed by Mr. James Fletcher, of So-.- i'-, mi from Mr. Arthur .Saundiy, of 1 H' avon, Mandurama, shoifi at S '''Mi Rowland's shed, tliif. week, re' f j a fleece of 161bs. ' * * * t ?! Mandurama crickett-. we.ro A'' what disappointed wi.ai una ? if secure transport to --Hvry f- Cup match at that cer.' . '('.?*- * * x . \ a j Pte. T. Rushton arrived ' Sunday last. He will spsnd hia -;eai. ' with his mother, Mrs. ushton rei tives and friends. \ * Another mt . * . home on leave of Mr. and Mr * Mis. S. Batl- . arrived home ii, ? _ =? last week-end, after spending | joyable holiday in the- City wj ? \ latives and friends. | -9£* ' -X' Mi*. Alf Newham, formerly ; dent of ine district for many ? r has returned to Mandurama ' J Newham is a keen cricketer, ant ? / to his departure, played wi1 -J.\: Carcoar team. Shearing is in full swing k.1. -.v ? ' | nyridge,' Mandurama. f | * * * ? |t The Red ...
[?]TION OF PEA CROPS [?]yney - Millthorpe Carcoar [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 November 1944
HT10N OF PEA CROPS »yney - Milithorpe - Carcoar Pjlhfi 'Chronicle' at the week bd - interviewed Mr. L. Skene, jfcsuLi arst Shire representative ?the Cowia D.W.A.C. and Blay K-Millthorpe representative Hbhe ISathurst Machinery Pool, ^?m».min(r t.lm stat«» of the nea ,ff in liis area. Skene stated that ail crops ? naturally, showing the effects ~ '^^He dry season. ^f^^Bwever, harvesting was now in ?M^^Bess in the Mandurama - Lynd. - Carcoar section, and crops -n^H fair to good. Showers of rain 'v^Hie right time had helped to brin° crops along. ^B the Cudal area, which was an ^Br district, crops had been a com ^He failure. ^fcthurst district crops were show. ,,i£^Hthe effects of the season, and the '^t^Brest would be very disappointing, the Blayney . Milithorpe - Spring .? so . son. .s.-v. had been A . it; r \vei\ ' ing reason - H ? ?:umers were it:- waiting for