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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 9 February 1949

THIS SATURDAY MATINEE & NIGHT. LARRY PARKS, ELLEN DREW in— . ' 'THE SWORDSMAN.' Plus— WARNER BAXTER in— 'CRIME DOCTOR'S MANHUNT' Also Serial and Shorts. THE NEXT BLAYNEY STOCK SALE TUESDAY, 15th FEBRUARY. 70 Head Fat and Store CATTLE 3,000 SHEEP ENTRIES INVITED. BLAYNEY ASSOCIATED AGENTS ? ¥ ? CREEL PRICE & CUTTS HAVE ALREADY BOOKED 87 Head CATTLE, 1,000 SHEEP, including : 5 FAT STEERS, 2 years. 20 FAT HEREFORD & HEREFORD CROSS HEIFERS, 2 years. 9 Good Coloured STEERS, 3 years, forward to fat. 3 JERSEY HEIFERS, forward springers. 201 FAT XBRED LAMBS, Shorn. 20 WOOLLY LAMBS. 150 MERINO EWES, Sound mouth, Fat. 100 MER. WRS., aged. Oct. shorn, Fat. 140 MER. WRS., aged. Nov. shorn, Fat. 400 MER. MIXED SEXES, 2 tooth, Sept. shorn. Good woolcutters. Further Entries Invited. ? ¥ ? WHITE & MILLAR WiO Yard : 30 FAT STEERS. 12 PODDIES 270 CORRIEDALE WETHERS, 2 tooth, Sept. shorn, fat. 340 MERINO MIXED SEXES, 2 tooth, Sept shorn, well grown, an excep ? tionally ...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 9 February 1949

TOW m talk Miss Mary Fisher was kitchen tea at the CAV a ' r(* owindra, last week when ' c 60 friends attended the fu: ' Fisher is known to nmm- 1 ^ friends, having vis Vd i..- a-1 on a number of occasion- 11 Doortakings at Thurp ; ???? Band dance at Millthoi i r . to f37 There was a larr^- . .'T'.'111 two ouses transportins- d; — ?. Blayney and one from O: ? was supplied by Mrs. , orchestra, comprising r '- -, ' and saxaphone. Mr. Jr,r- Master tof Ceremonies n-, 1 Hodson was on the do.-.: ? , J dances were conducted W « Mr. M. Connolly h.n.; 1 out relieving duties nt -i , Street railway crossir-L ? days. A relief has hoc . v'( following the illness r-r ' jS Croucher. who is still ^.. ' Blayney District Hoppifn: * ¥ Leading teams in 'V ; Tennis Association's i-nr r - , Haddon Park (Division T- - ,' t, dale (Division n). A r.-- -f ferred matches have vr' r,v Pull details -will a)ipenr . isv A horse which knork^d out verandah ptost in front if ATr. Jackson's hairdressinp snlnn sul que...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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TENNIS RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 9 February 1949

TENNIS RESULTS 3£ ? ? Following are details of matches played in the Hardcourt Tennis Association's Competition last Saturday afternoon. Teasdale vs. Church of England. K. Kable and F. Mendham vs. R. Templeman and I. Dixcn 6-0; Miss B. Ryan and Miss H. Mendham v. Miss D. and Miss P. Dixon 6-4; B. Ryan and C. Dwyer vs. Whit2 and Kingham 6-0 ; B. Ryar. and C. Dwyer vs. R. Templeman and I. Dixon 6-0; K. Kable and F. Mendham vs. White and King-i ham 6-2; Miss B. Ryan and B. Ryan vs. Miss P. Dix'on and I. Dixon 6-2; Miss H. Mendham and C. Dwyer vs.j Miss D. Dixon and G. Kingham 6-1 ;| Miss H. Mendham and K. Kable vs.j Miss P. Dixon and White 6-5; Missi B. Ryan and F. Mendham v. Miss D. Dixon and R. Templeman 6-5. j Teasdale 54 (28 ) 82 games defeated! Church of England 19 (42) 61 games. Showground II vs. Allonby. B. Masters and G. Charles vs. F. Ewin and M. Hoadlev 6-2 ; vs. R. Price and B. Burton 6-1. K. Gresser and J. Smith vs. Burton and Price 6-3; vs. Ewin and Hoadley 4-6. Mrs. Charl...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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MEETINGS THIS MONTH DISTRICT AND RAILWAY FOOTBALL CLUBS [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 9 February 1949

MEETINGS THIS MONTH DISTRICT AMD RAILWAY FOOTBALL CLUBS Two footban meetings will be held at Blayney during the last week of February. The Blayney District Rugby Foot ball League will meet at the Railway Institute on Thursday, February 24, to discuss plans for competition play during the 1949 season. All district Clubs are requested to send delegates. The Blayney Railway Institute Club, winning team in the Blayney District Competition last year, will bold a meeting on Tuesday, Februaiy 22. This information was released by the Blayney District Rugby Football League secretary (Mr. Joe Panno witz) at the week-end.

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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DANGEROUS IN WET WEATHER? MILLTHORPE ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 9 February 1949

DANGEROUS IN WET WEATHER? MILLTHORPE ROAD i I ' I think it will be slippery in waiter Wd dangerous to fast moving traffic.' This comment was made by Mr. C. I Cook at a meeting of Blayney Farmers & Settlers' Association when gravelling of the Millthorpe Road was being discussed. Mr. Cook toutlined action taken on behalf of the Association to have work suspended recently when wet weather made it such that vehicles were .bogged down in tKe gravel being put Ion the road. It was stated that some vehicles had been pulled through by tractor. SATISFACTORY AT PRESENT. After it had been stated that the road surface was satisfactory at the^ present time, Mr. Cook expressed the view that it would be slippery in wet weather and dangerous, for fast moving traffic. , Mr. Cook's action In contacting Lyndhurst Shire Council was en dorsed.

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 9 February 1949

.. £70 REWARD. ? i TOE ABOVE REWARD _ will be for information leading to the conviction of any person or persons seen in»car .driving in or out of 'HUjTON HOMESTEAD' any hour from 7 p.m. to 5.30 a_m. without headlights after entering Lane and Homestead Premises : also any in ' formation leading to the conviction tot any person or persons breaking, entering, vandalizing furniture, de stroying carpets, or stealing linen, etc., and petrol from same home stead. Type of car used and resi dence known. No lights on car dur ing moonlight on main road. Same technique used in 'Hilton' and neighbouring paddocks. FRANCES E. ROWLANDS, 'Hilton,' Mandurama (N.S.W.) JJTREET STALL «will be held at CARCOAR on FEBRUARY 26 1949. Proceeds for Ball Funds Donations will be thankfully received (Mrs.) M. KIND, Hon. Sec LARGE, Juicy, Sweet PINEAPPLE! For Sale. 10/6 a Bushel 'Case Add 5/- per case freight. — S. CHTLDS WAMllRAN, Queensland. fOUND : In vicinity of Blayne; Police Station, PAIR OF GLASSES Owner m...

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ORANGE COMP. TEAM IN HANDY POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 9 February 1949

ORANGE COMP. TEAM IN HANDY POSITION. With 4-80 in reply to Pinnacle Road's 148, Blayney has every chance of scoring a first Innings win next Saturday. When play opened on Dakers' oval Pinnacle batted and wickets fell at fairly regular intervals ' throughout, E. Muggleton and A. Bayliss bearing the brunt of the attack. Alan and Jack Toohey batted well, for Blayney and at stumps four were I out, the latter being unconquered with 24 to his credit. Three of the batsmen out were dismissed legs before wicket. Scores : Pinnacle Road. E. Fitzgerald, b Bayliss 6: T. Leed hatr. b Muggleton 3; D. Faulkner, lbw. b Muggleton 7; B. Barry, c Hil debrandt. b Toohey 59; K. Andrews, c Connell. b Bayliss 11: J. Lewis, c J. Toohey. b Bayliss 10: S. Baker, b Connell 6: L. Baker, not out 10; L. Lewis, b Hildebrandt 18; D. O'Shea, : c J. Toohey. b Hildebrandt 6 ; J. An derson. c C. Muggleton. b Muggleton 1: Sundries 10: Total '148. Bowling : E. Muggleton 3/42. A Bayliss 3/38, L. Hildebrandt 2/27. A. Toohe...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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CARCOAR [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 9 February 1949

CARCOAR ? ¥ ? Congratulations to Mr. Gordon Stammers on passing his postal ex amination. His appointment to an office will take place at an early dat«j. Mr. 15. G. Munro and family have returned from annual holidays spent o»n the South Coast Mrs. W. T. Clark is holidaying at Wollongong with her daughters, Mes dames Langlands ? and Bath, of that town. Mrs. Lou Howarth journeyed to Syd ney on Monday night last to seek medical attention for her small son, , v Morris. It seems the little chap will remain a patient in the ? Children'® . Hospital, Camperdown, for some tiraja. , | Carcoarites holidaying in Sydney rec- ^ ently stopped at St. Mary's to say =?' | 'Hullo' to Mrs. Johnson (once of , ... | 'Ashburton,' Carcoar). Mrs. Johnson ? | and Miss Todhunter are enjoying the | best of health and asked about all | in Carcoar. Miss Sheila Johnson, to doing V.A.D. work in Japan and likes ^ | it very much. !| | DEATH OF MR. RICHARD CLARK. Smnmitliir ta - nv+Wri aA to Mr. W. T. ' . i f dark -on...

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WEDDING McKEOWN—NEWIS. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 9 February 1949

WEDDING — ¥ — McKEOWN— NEWIS. The wedding took place on Jan. 15 at St. John's Church of England, Parramatta, of Del Grace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Newis, of Seven Hills, and Norman Samuel McKeown, son of the late Mr. B. McKeown, of Mandurama, and of Mrs. A. Costello, of Prospect. The bride wore a lovely frock of white moire taffetta, with lace yoke.   She carried a bouquet of white gladi- oli and tuber roses and wore a coro- net of orange blossoms over her tulle veil. The bridesmaids were Miss Betty Newis, sister of the bride, and Miss Margaret McKeown, sister of the bridegroom. Little Barbara Murphy, niece of the bride, was flower girl. The bridesmaids wore blue figured marquisette and carried bouquets of pink gladioli and blue delphiniums. Each wore pink rosebuds and blue tulle on their hair. The little flower girl wore pink figured marquisette and carried a basket of pink gladioli and blue del- phiniums. The duties of best man were car- ried out by Mr. Lawrence M...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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Millthorpe DEATH OF MRS. HETTIE EWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 9 February 1949

Millthorpe   DEATH OF MRS. HETTIE EWIN. The death occurred recently of a former Millthorpe resident, Mrs. Hettie Ewin. The funeral moved from Liamena to the Dunedoo cemetery after a service at St. David's Presbyterian Church. The late Mrs. Ewin was well known and respected in the district, evidence of this being the large attendance of townspeople at the Church and grave side. Rev. Spence of Coonabarrabran, performed the last sad rites. Deceased was formerly Miss Bent- ley, of Millthorpe, where she married the late Samuel Ewin, who prede- ceased her in 1928. She was 77 years of age. Chief mourners at the funeral were her children, Clarence William (Birriwa). Preston George, Leslie Samuel, Mildred Sarah (Mrs. Harold Home, Leadville), Reuben Edward, Annetta Isabel, Harold James, Nellie May (Mrs. Worth, Mudgee), Arthur John and Phyllis Ettie. There are 17 grandchildren. PERSONAL. Mr. Jake May has left to reside permanently in the City having at last procured a flat after a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

f^fj&s, I- G. SINCLAljB %Gpf ^ GENERAL STOREKEEPER V ^wfefl THE BRIDGE STORE, CARCOAR. Tel, vli (Large Stocks of Groceries, Pro dace, Hardware, Ootk^H and Mercery, Drapery, Softgeods, Footware A! ways A\*mH For Quality Goods and Keen Pri-^ Try , ^B ' THE BRIDGE STORE ? CASCd; «£. B ,fr«i,— — - — ???..??..????????''»?????—???»?'???»' -».-~ »»^^,. , ... m -.^^B'1 Wonderful New Ideas m WONDERFUL NEW ROOMS SEEM TO SPRING UP B WHEN YOU HAVE A ? H New Floor of Linoleum I SEE OUR WIDE RANGE OF THRILLING NEW DESIGNS ! \ | I Murray and Crawford I SUMMER STREET. I Telephone 147 ORANGE Telephone 141 ? HILL & CROFTS I STOCK & PROPERTY SALESMEN, AUCTIONEERS, VALUATOR and GENERAL AGENTS, BLAYNEY. 'Phone No. 5 Day or KjfcB DISTBICT AGENTS FOB :— ^M AUSTRALIAN FERTILIZERS L.TD.— Fertilizers. Stocks on HulH H. V McKAY, MABSEY HARRIS PTY. LTD.— Famous High Ona^H Machinery.' — ' Duplicate Parta Stocked. H COOPER ENGINEERING CO^-Sheep Shearing Machines. M Famous Sheep Shower. ? ...

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WATER PIPES FOR COUNTY COUNCIL DELIVERY UNCERTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

WATER PIPES FOR COUNH COUNCIL ? ¥ ? DELIVERY UNCERTAIN. The Minister for Building M*. terials, Mr. W. B. Dlckson, dow; not hold out much hope of the Central Tablelands County Coun cil being- able to get supplies -of water pipes. He states that there is a shortage of pipes and the policy of the manu facturers is to send the pipes where thfiv will dn the ereatest eroodi for the greatest number of petople. This means that- the majority of pipes are going to Sydney's densely populated areas. Mr. Drckson sua-^rested that perhaps the Council, murht. import the neces sary piping. At a recent meeting of the Coumr ty Council, held nt Cowra. the Chair man. Cr. J. A. Innes, claimed that political pressure was Vising brought to bear fo have the pipes sent to Sydney, and that the country areas vtpvp b^inc fvoze.n out. Mr. P. J Oahill. Member for Young, took the matter up with the Minister for Building Materials. LETTER FKO1VT MTNTSTER. H« Tcceived the followins: Tetter from Mr. Dlckson. last wee...

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Shires Should Hand-Pick Immigrants AUSTRALIA NEEDS 10 MILLION NOW! [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

Shires Should Hand -Pick I Immigrants AUSTRALIA NEEDS 10 MILLION NOW ! l^H ? ? ? I ? AH Shires throughout the State should examine their ^?potential and decide how many immigrants they could ^?absorb into their own particular area. To obtain the people ?required a 'representative of the district shouM be sent to Hthe United Kingdom or America tc hand-pick immigrants. ^B This, claims Cr. J. p. Tata, ' ^Kliainnan -of the Cumberland t ^Bounty Council, is the way to ' ^Hvercome the drift to the City in. ^Biustralla. He maintains that ^Kresent immigration is a , mere ^Hrickle and that Australia needs ^?O million niore people — of the ^Htgbt type — ^Immediately. n ^H-r Tate addressed a. public mee' f ^H at Blayney on Wednesday, He ^Hg introduced to those present b-, ^K Deputy President, of Lyndhurst ^Bro Council -Cr. L. Htll-. ^ ^^Vhose in attendance were Rev. R ^^?T, Messrs. M. B. Commlns, E. S ^^nwer, C. I. Cook. E. Mumfordi. L ^?^Everitt, A. B. McDowell G. Peters ^H Whitelegg, H Carrol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

»^0PKfe SAW LOOK AT TJUf, MEN f WfmSBfA DRY-CLEANED AND FKE«» J m^** * BLAYNEY 0RY CLfiANERS :: i^^... ? ;,;MMffr?ffs?ffMMM.M:y4 wBmmm

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£2675 TO BE SPENT ON BLAYNEY BATHURST ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

£2675 TO BE SPENT ON | BLAYNEY - BATHURST ROAD \ Approval has been given to a : grant of «875 for maintenance : works on State Highway tfo. 6— ; : » the roaoVay to Blayney. \ \ ' The schedule was dealt with at ; Abercrombie Shfre Council meeting ? on FrMay. i ? The grant is made in accordance |. ?;i with the Department of Main Road's |?/ general comditfcms of assistance to & Councils. m The allocation is : 1 State Highway No. 6 — Mid-Western Highway, from Bathurat City boun dary to* Lyndhurst Shire boundary. 14 miles. This involves £2675. which . is broken Into various Items of main- . . tenance. Including: shoulders, drain- , age and trees, repairs to guide ana j .-. fender posts and signs. r-art redeck- ; ; mg of Evans' Plains Creek Bridge | ; and resheeting. f : Council accepted under the usual « j term*. I ' ENGINEER'S REPORT. | | The following work had been | i carried1 out daring the pdsfctmonth, j reported the Shire Engineer (Mr. j Highways -Pavement failures were S h...

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"DOUBTS OVERCOME" Progress With New Carcoar Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

^DOUBTS OVERCOME' ? tg, Progress With New Carcoar Hoi^ftal. The Minister Sm Health (Mr. C. A. K«By) has told M*^ Charles Cutler, Member, for Orange, that the Department of PnbBe Works has been tnstraeMf to proceed with the pteptaaMon «i **wWng ftrmfcigB Mi «pecttoa«OBS of tfae nwpoBat aew hiMqiHil at Car ?« m a m«kt« of m«i»y. ' Tenden wWibei tevftoi-f* soon as these are «omplel»t.. Mft culler -*&$#* that the work il fnchiaed In the Hospital Commis *otft Priority Programme. The IRtiMer mM that some delay had been «MUe3 by dtoubt as to the AlltabOHy of the sub-soil of the - »e leete* *fe : , , ? ' ' '' i flowever these had; been overcome an* the work .was to proceed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

LYNDHURST MOTORS fj FOR TOUR REPAIRS. ) || Modern Plant. ? ;? \ r ? ?; ;' COMPLETE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES. HJJLV. RADIO. . FERRIS CAR RADIO. AGENTS FOR AMPOI. PRODUCTS AUTHORISED | ? INSPECTION STATION1. | f OXY WELDING. I 'VESTA' EXIDE RATTERIES. I ! Alto Bruce Small Pty. Ltd. | Radio and Electrical Goods. y.

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MUST GET THE PEOPLE SHOUTING! [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

MUST GET THE PEOPLE SHOUTING ! i- ? 'Governments wiBl always (re spond to the clamour of the people. Politicians are prepare^ to listen, to shouting and it let my job to get the people shouting.' This was stated by Cr. J. P, Tate at a public meeting at Blayney when he expressed the view that the Fed eral Government would have to uuajn:v any pian to nave nana-picKed immigrants brought to Australia. Cr. Tate believes that a represen tative from various country districts should be sent overseas to select the immtgra'nts their area neetfs. (A detailed report of his address ap pears in another part of this issue. GOVERNMENT'S ATTITUDE. He was replying to a question by i Cr. L Hill (Chairman) who asked Cr. Tate whether he had any idea of the attitude of the Federal Gov ernment towards the proposal out lined. 'If one man kncelis at the Com m'onwealtb Treasurer's door he is re ceived politely amd given every con sideration, but he does not get very far,' said Cr. Tatel 'If we can engineer a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

Cook Bros ARE AGENTS FOR The Amalgamated Firms of MITCHELL & SHEARER Farm Machinery Manufacturers and die ALLIS CHALMERS TRACTORS The lines covered by this amalga matlon practically meets the needs of the Farming Community, and the Agents would welcome any inquiry from Farmers needing either Tractors or Machinery. All lines of INSURANCES — Fire Hall and Workers' Compensation. Big Stocks of Pea Vine Fodder. Super. and Mixed Fertilizers. COOK BROS. Produce Merchants, Blayney. 'PHONES : 19 and 101. £50 REWARD. THE above Reward win be paid *-** Information leading to the oonrlctton of any person or persons damaging ?wire netting fences, interfering with wood or netting gates br /jutting or removing wire from any of the fences om 'BONNY BJDSE.' 'Sonny Ridge.' Mandurama. PARSES, ot write for particular*.

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TRAIN SERVICES ARE BACK TO NORMAL. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

TRAIN SERVICES ARE BACK TO NORMAL. Train services reverted1 to rtor mal at Blayney as from last Monday. For the first time since the coal strike made restrictions necessary nearly two months ago, passenger trains ran daily .to and from Orange, Sydney and Cowra.

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