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

THE BEST INVESTMENT YOU CAN MAKE VICTORY BONDS Pay Good Interest Are Always Safe Are Always Saleable * ? / GET READY FOR THE VICTORY LOAN Make cut advance subscription mow. or bay 5/- National Savteat Straps. PY.t.32 FOR SALE U OEED WHEAT — Bordan, Ford and ° Fjedweb. SEED OATS — Algerian and Belah. Graded and dusted, or ungraded. Free from noxious weeds. .' Prices on Application ( BAKER BROS. M %nd£ield, BURNT YARDS., ~|g £50 REWARD THE/ above reward will be paid for information leading to. the convic tion of any person or persons dama ging iwire netting fencing, interfer ing \vith flood' or netting gates or cutting or removing wire from any of tfie fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE.' I R. J. FAGAN, 'Si nny Ridge,' Mandurama. i £ook Bros BLAYNEY ANNOUNCE that they nave been ap pointed by the Agricultural Depart ment as ( SOLE AGENTS IN THE CARCOAR DISTRICT for receival of all Vegetables grown under contract with the Commonwealth Govern ment. Also Sole Agents for receival of locally grown Pota...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BORN AT CARCOAR 82 YEARS AGO Late Mrs. Sarah Merrin [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

BORN AT CARCOAR 82 YEARS AGO Late Mrs. Sarah Merrin There passed away at her resi dence, Frost Street, Orange, an old and highly respected resident in the person of Mrs. Sarah Louisa Merrin at the age of 82 years. The deceased was born at Careoar in 1861, her maiden name being Me Guinness. She had resided in Orange jxui indny years, hier late husband, j John George Merrin. predeceased her I by two and a half years. She is sur | vived by a family Of ten children. 19 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Four grandsons are serving with the A.I.F. Mr. James jMcGuinness. of Bendick Murrell, is the only surviving brother. ? Deceased and her ' late husband conducting a baking business in i : Lord's Place Orange, and subsequent- ? . ly retired to their late residence in '? Frost Street in 1926.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"GREAT WORK OF RED CROSS" Patriated P.O.W. Expresses Gratitude [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

#SpEAT WORK OF ?,'.-. v'S: RED CROSS' aKtriated P.O.W. IBB Expresses Gratitude ^^B|l. Wilkins, of Canowindra. who ^^^Bly returned to Australia after ^^Hghd a half years in. a German ^^H&camp, was a visitor to Gally ^^Hffrecently as the guest of his ^?Kpifrs. F. C. Howard. ^^HpWilliams was originally taken ^^flnilj|r in Greece but managed to ^^Enljlp'i only to be recaptured. RHSffllliHiversation with our Gally |P||i|iSfrrespGndent. Pte. Wilkins said ^^|^^pis main wishes was to make ?m6W||fj£ihd express gratitude for the ?a^tjfjrjork of the Red Cross. ?gjgjhpugh Geneva, each week during HH£period of captivity, a parcel was ^HraKid, containing milk, meat, but ^^^nfscuits. sweets and cigarettes. ^^?Kf should not be difficult to re ^HHnvhat such items mean to men ^^^Bee camps,' he said. ^^B Wilkins added that the grati ^^^Bof the men for the Red Cross ^^^?k serve as some recompense for ^^Hpiany unselfish silent workers ^^Hjhat cause.

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MRS. OLIVE NEIL, CALOOLA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

MRS. OLIVE NEIL, CALOOLA The death occurred in Bathurst District Hospital of Mrs. Olive Neil, of Caloola, at the age of 79 years.   The deceased was well known and   highly respected in the district, hav-   ing lived here for many years. Her   husband predeceased her by six months. The funeral moved from Messrs. Cam Reed and Son's parlors for the Church of England, Caloola, and aft- ter a service, for interment in the adjoining churchyard.

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OBITUARY MR. ALFRED TUCKER, CARCOAR [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

OBITUARY MR. ALFRED TUCKER, CARCOAR The death occurred at the District Hospital, Carcoar, on February 10, of Mr. Alfred Tucker, of Box Hill, Car- coar at the age of 87 years. The late Mr. Tucker had resided at Carcoar practically the whole of his life. His wife predeceased him by 17 years. Surviving members of the family are: Leo (Parramatra), Stan (Hawkesbury River), Freda (Bath-   urst), Lawson and Mamie (Carcoar) and Kelso (A.I.F.) A daughter and one son predeceas-   ed their father. After a service at St. Paul's Church of England, the cortege left for the Carcoar cemetery where the remains were laid to rest. Archdeacon Wright, of Blayney, officiated at the graveside.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MILLTHORPE DEATH OF MRS. M. E. BENTLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 16 February 1944

MILLTHORPE DEATH OF MRS. M. E. BENTLEY Mrs. Mabel Edith Bentley, wife of Mr. S. Eli Bentley, of George Street, Millthorpe, passed away at the Base Hospital, Orange, on Thursday last The late Mrs. Bentley was well known and highly respected, and her death will be mourned by a wide cir- cle of friends.   Besides her husband, three child-   ren, Doris, Shirley and Oswell, are   left to mourn their sad loss.   Her father, Mr. C. Hazel, three sis- ters, Mrs. Lock, Mrs. McKeown and Mrs. Bell, and three brothers, Wal- ter, Mervyn and Les Hazel, also sur- vive. The funeral which was largely at- tended, left the Methodist Church at Millthorpe on Friday afternoon, the remains being interred in the local cemetery. Mr. McGrath had charge of the arrangements.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LARGE ATTENDANCE Handicraft Demonstration At C.W.A. Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

URGE ATTENDANCE tandicraft Demonstration At C.W.A. Meeting A large number cf enthusiastic j idies — C.W.A. members and visitors i -gathered at the Diggers' Hall, Blay- l ey, on Saturday afternoon for tne j andicraft demonstration given by I iaihurst C.W.A. officers. j Mesdames Sullivan and Rudder ! ere the demonstrators, and those : resent were most interested. I Afternoon tea was served. Blayney C.W.A. is now into the O's with its membership. | The meeting, which was held be ore the demonstration, decided to ? old an opportunity stall at its meet ings.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

lii. \YJVEY TOWN TALK Hales, of Concord, is a , -'iayney. He is the guest of ' V r Mrs V. Boardman, pro '? the Exchange Hotel. Mr. ' , his eighties, but takes a jst in current afairs. ? * * * rfoffitt, a member of t.»e nt leave with his parents, ;rs Moffitt, of blayney, ,/eek-end. * * ? t is drawn to an adver n this issue of the £50 /; ; ; , arS) to be held at Blayney ? V. ay.' February 24. An ex gramme is promised, head ?ral leading radio personali d art'sts wishing1 to take iked to be at Theatre Blay- ; - on the date mentioned. * * * | Cramp, 9-year-old daughter j 3 Mrs. Horace Cramp, . of j met with a painful accident few days ago. The little girl jump from a tank stand , and slipped er on her ankle. She was later jught to Blayney Hospital, where j examination disclosed a bad break. wne is now an inmate of the Hos ai where the injury is receiving » necessary treatment. * * * Gm-s. Ern Lowe, Geo. Cowen and , s Bryant, who have ben spending j tve with their parents at Blayney, , te...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

Cook Bros BLAYNEY ANNOUNCE that they have been £P' pointed by the Agricultural Depart ment as SOLE AGENTS 2N THE CARCOAR DISTRICT for receival of all Vege*^ grown under conUvcf * the Commonwealth Ce ment. Also Sole j Agents sor -'-- r,'v' v; f»cally grown Potatoes andc Government contract scheme. FULL PARTICULARS SUPFLir1' ON APPLICATION. CAM REED & SON (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. ^ Local Representative: Mr. A^ur Higgs 3- ? ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METHODIST NOTES Newbridge and Carcoar Harvest Festival [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

METHODIST NOTES Newbridge and Carcoar Harvest Festival The Harvest Festival Service, ii connection with the Method!: Church, will be held at the Nct bridge Hall on Friday night next, s 8 p.m. An address appropriate to the « casion will be given, and Miss Zelffl Bamgarten will be the soloist. The sale of gifts will take plao following the service. The Harvest Festival Service a Carcoar will take place on Sunda; afternoon next at 3 p.m. in the Pres byterian Church. There will be n' sale of gifts, but a special thanks giving offering will be received. The usual services will be hel l a1 Blayney on Sunday at 11 a.m. ant 7.30 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Big Crowd At Cycle Meeting 30 RIDERS IN BLAYNEY CLUB'S RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

Big Crowd At Cycle Meeting I 30 RIDERS IN BLAYNEY CLUB'S RACES Sunday's races under the aus pices of Blayney Cycling Club attracted a team of 30 riders — which must be near a record these days. Keen interest was taken in the events, there being at least 250 spec tators along the route and at the finishing point. Bathurst and Cowra riders partici pated. Results: Five-Mile Open Handicap (trophy valued at £1/1/, 1st; 7/, 2nd; 3/, 3rd): L. Nairn (Bathurst), 1; R. Stevens (Bath.) 2; Shipley (Bath.) 3. Fastest time, L. Nairn (13 mins.) Ten-Mile Event (Mallick's open or- j der to value of 30/, 1st; 10/, 2nd; I 5/, 3rd.): R. Stevens (Bath.), 1; C. Haynes (Bath.). 2; Shipley (Bath.), 3. Fastest time, R. Green i(Blayney), 31 mins. Mile Sprint (trophy, 15/, donated ty Aub. Clark): R. Hobbs (Cowra), 1; R. Green (Blayney), 2; H. Ros ser (Blayney), 3. POINTS SCORE. The position of riders in the Psal tis' Point Score Cup is: V. Jones 18, J. Thwaite 16, W. Jackson 10, H. Ros ser 6. M. Kingstone 6, ...

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Mandura[?] Personals. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

Mandurcit i4 PersGtu Holidaying with Woodward, of Nar Joyce Peters. » ♦ Pte. Laurie Gurne camp after speudinj parents and friends * * Mr. W. Gurney, s tim of a very painfv ly when the sharp ii using slipped, inflac to his hand. * * Miss Phyllis Will Mr. Arch Willard, h from Carcoar Distr many friends are j about again. * * Mr. R. B. Ferric. s: nage.- ,.j Bank of N.S.W. has hia brot ,-?» ,^5v. ing with him. * * * The mother of Mrs. H. Bu; :,r of Somers, Mrs. Kirby, vho has ,r,tr' holidaying with her daughter, conveyed to Carcoar Hospi; ]rs' week. Latest advice is that she still far from well. » ♦ * Pte. Col. Francis, son of Mi anc Mrs. T. Francis, has return rrj to camp following leave with Jus par. ents and friends. ♦ ♦ * Mrs. Batley and her guest k-u on Saturday night for Sydney, where they will spend a holiday. * ? * Everything is in readiness for tiie Patriotic Ball to be held on Friday next. A good time for all is assured.

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[?]ay Solve The Mystery? [?]RIVES DEFECTIVE? [?] To Probe Blayney Water Shortage [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

{?ay Solve The Mystery? tES DEFECTIVE 1 ! To Probe Blayney fater Shortage §e drives, which help to ney it's water supply, ^re they the cause of the ortage — or contributing jjflgPfaguld soon know. An inspec IcnpnwiyV'be made of these drives, nd If attention is needed it will ue iven. A motion to this effect was passed t last: 'meeting of Lyndhurst Shire buncU. i The Water restrictions in Blayney avfl^been openly discussed, and in ainfe-acaaes are a very sore point. |J[fi|pBlectrical Engineer (Mr. E. L. tfngK|u) submittea a report on the |BKj|wapply question, full particu ^HH^rhich will appear in the Cook asked Mr. Johnston ^^H^^ught an inspection of the ^^Hptdvisable. The shafts may filled in by flood. I^^Hllinston said he had not blockage since his term !^HH||y. Mr. Johnston woulu not or 'no' to Cr. Cook's ?^mSBire water was being pumped ipKHHBghf 'time than in 1938. PEOPLE'S CURIOSITY. moved that an inspection Hjtttf&j^It might satisfy the curios people. Attention shculd ^...

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SUCCESSFUL M'DURAMA STREET STALL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

SUCCESSFUL M'DURAMA STREET STALL The street stall held ,,at Mandu rama on Saturday afternoon last was well patronised. The ladies who had charged of the different tables left nothing undone to ensure a success ful function. Miss P. Anderson was secretary for the occasion, and valu able assistance and donations were received from surrounding districts.

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[?]ILLTHORPE'S NEW RECTOR [?]duction This Week [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

F THORPE'S NEW RECTOR Kduction This Week |r. A. R. Balchin is to bs in ed to the cure of souls in torpe on Thursday evening 34th of February, at 8 p.m 1938, the Rev. Balchin has ctor of the large parish of I Rev. G. de C. Thelwall, who apleted five years of service in -therhood of the Good Shep . charge of the vast district of , is to be instituted to the cure j souls in Stuart Town.

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FAREWELLED BY FELLOW WORKERS Mr. Rex. Thwaite Leaves Blayney [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

TAkEWELLED BY FELLOW WORKERS Mr. Rex. Thwaite Leaves Blayney Fellow employees gathered at the Exchange Hotel on Saturday afternoon to wish Mr. Rex 'lttwaite, one of Blayney's es teemed residents, 'bon voyage' anrj all the . best in his new sur Foundings. Mr. Thwaite, who is on the railway, has been transferred to South Bris bane. Thet ransfer means a promo tion. Speakers at the farewell were Messrs. Geo. Cartwright, Herb. Gold and Ray Smith (Railway) and Mr. Ted Walsh, of the Exchange Hotel. They wished him well and hoped that he would be happy in his new surroundings. All spoke in high terms of the guest, and felt sure that his presence would be missed in Blayney. Mr. Thwaite has been a resident of Blayney for about 14 years. He left on Monday for his new abode.

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TRANSPORT OF THE FUTURE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

{transport OF THE FUTURE An elongated view of the giant transport Mars flying boat, which recently flew from San f?rancisco to Hawaii and return. Before that a Mars flying boat flew 4375 miles from its base to Natal, in. Brazil.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEIGHS 6lbs. Giant White Turnip [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

WEIGHS 61b s. Giant White Turnip An outsize in white turnips, grown by a Blayney youth, is on show in Mr. N. Psaltis' Niagara Cafe window. The specimen weighs 61bs., and is certainly a giant of the white turnip tribe. Charlie Hicks grew the vege table at his home, 'Farm Lane,' Blayney.

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That Saturday Half-Holiday Blayney Still Trying "MAKE IT A SHIRE MATTER" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

That Saturday Half-Holiday Blayney Still Trying 'MAKE IT A SHIRE MATTER' Blayney advocates of the Saturday half-hoiiday are not letting up in their agitation. The Advance BJayney League has launched a fresh campaign, the objective this time being to make the Saturday half-holiday universal in the Lyndhurst Shire. Thrs would mean that it would apply not only to Blayney but to Millthorpe, Carcoar, Mandurama, Lyndhurst, Newbridge and Neville. It was stated at the February meeting of the Advance Blayney Lea- 1 gue that 60 to 70 signatqres had been I obtained on the second petition, but \ a few of the main business people j had retrained ironi signing. : Mr. Hough: Does it mean Uiat j three or four men can upset the de- ; sires of all the others? j The Secretary (Mr. S. Mallick): In , this case, apparently, yet. You must have a majority of the storekeppers. Mr. Jackson: The storekeepers must run the town. Mr. Hough: I understand the staffs ( want the Saturday half-holiday. | 'NEVER TRY. ...

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The "Firefighting Parson" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944

The 'Firefighting Parson' Blay-Carooar's Methodist min ister has a new title. The Rev. E. Tredinni ck is tnow known as the 'firefighting par son.' Mr. Tred., as he is popularly known by town and district folk, certainly did his bit towards halting the bush- I fire which threatened the district last I week. He spent Wednesday night fighting fifes at Neville, and helped quell a couple of smaller fires close to Blay ney. He was amongst the town bri gade members when, they assisted the fettlers in burning off activities at Horse-Shoe Bend, and was' also on the job at Gallymont. And we have all this on the au thority of Blayney's Bush Fire Bri gade Captain, Mr. Roy Clark. I

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