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WORKED IN GERMAN SUGAR FACTORY Ex-Blayney P.O.W.'s Activities [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944
WORKED IN GERMAN SUGAR FACTORY j Ex-Blayney P.O.W.'s j Activities j j i | Pti9. J. E. Moss, an ex-Blaymey | resident ( and now a prisoner of war in Germany, worked in a ?German sugar factory. In a letter to his sister, Mrs. L. Jarman, of Bathurst, he related that j he only stayed in the factory a while. I He was now back in camp. He saysj^Hat he has been, in three camps suit landing in Deutschland' from Italy. ('Deutschland' ia the German name for Germany). Pte. Moss also mentioned that Red Cross parcels were coming in regu larly. Mrs. J. E. Moss, his mother, is re sident at Lyndhurst, and her son is well-known throughout these areas. Pte. Moss' home town was Blayney. An intimation from the Red Cross Bureau for Wounded, Missing and Prisoners of War recently advised that Pte. Moss had been transferred from Italy to Stalag VIIIA., Ger many.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944
IT. J. Brady, Carcoar icensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman and Estate Agent. icome Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator, i DISTRICT AGENT FOR: 1 COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. J (All Classes ol Insurance). . WILCOX, MOFELIN, LTD.: Faraour 'Tri-Kos' Drenches ana . _ Licks (Stocks on Hand). ? DANGAR, GEDYE & MALLOCH LTD. (All Classes Farm Machinery). ? ^ FAMOUS 'dyCLONE' FENCING AND GATES. ^LYDE ENGINEERING COY. LTD. ^arm Machlgifery; and Duplicates). N. J. BRADY, Licensed Agent Bo* No. 2: Thnna-R CARCOAR
Desolate Wake Of The Bush Fires BARE & BLACKENED PADDOCKS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944
Desolate Wake Of The Bush Fires BARE & BLACKENED PADDOCKS The path of the bush-fires which raged through the Garland Gallymont-Neville districts on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week is clearly mariced to-day by a scene of desolation. A blackened waste stretches as far as the eye can see, fences are left hanging or have collapsed, the carcases of sheep lie scattered about and trees stand grim and gaunt. The Captain of the Neville Bush Fire Brigade (Mr. Alf. Collins) told the 'Chronicle' yesterday that every thing was now quiet on the bush-fire front. The fires were out and land holders were busy adjusting the damage as fa i4 as they could. 'There is a great deal of fencing destroyed— many miles of it — and this will take a lot of repairing,' Mr. Collins &dded. Narrow Escapes At Gallymont NO HOMES BURNT BY FIRES (From our Correspondent). Gallymont was one of the threatened centres in the fierce fires which raged thorugh tiie district last week. Fortunately, although t...
CORRESPONDENCE. Blayney's Water Problem SOME COMMENTS ON THE BLUE HOLE SCHEME (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944
[?] i&ayney's Water ^ : ? ? Problem SOME COMMENTS ON THE ? BLUE HOLE SCHEME (To the Editor). ? Having- read the report of the Blayney League meeting I branch, appeared in last week's 'West wass somewhat sur. I'EsnsL* t «E. CrltiCism of tfie above water I -ch^e * pro^L^r H?le m Vu safe for h.,^ T 016 water %k tteJ* should no^bf1 lonsumption' proviso *2 hLrV (^ticism # «* the whoie evfr' 016 crux fe- -4^^j-,ace'' 1 4Ueve 1 3111 fiSlto that fthe Public ^.iSSSPtSSV^9 aJwa3# object to gfa&?.h«L g„ngyn?ed frfm an open °f 016 down obvious reasclns for this, SfllBl'*£?t readily cowifc to mind of P^ution by drainage frfom street - ; danger om pollution °5 seepage f\om septic IBSiS' ^^lled! ^ town danger of! pollution ' drinking- ifrom the s?v® ? the source S--f supply ^ r^^p^V© ' the town or tfe^elow it) ^^^M^^ontended. of course,! that the .a,ir - will rapidly kilfll germs exposed, but thisp conten nop carry much weifeht if it r ^at germs wilfl,. find a S'.y in sedge alongft...
BIG DAY PLANNED FOR MARCH 25 [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944
BIG DAY PLANNED FOR MARCH 25 AN exceptionally good prosramme is promised at the Hobby's Yards. Red Cross picnic races on March 25, includ ing horse and athletic events. After noon tea will be served and -a social tea willjje held from 7 to 9 o.m. Danc ing will take place afterwards until mid night. . Mr. M. O. Meek is' the honor ary secretary of the sports committee ar r^nging the function and it is anticipated liiwiiuwiuiiiib.
CARCOAR J.R.C. STAGE JUMBLE STALL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944
CARCOAR J.R.C. STAGE JUMBLE STALL A jumble stall, conducted by Mis ses Colleen Howarth, Jean Howarth and Pat Fearnely, in the old shop in Naylor Street, Carcoar, recently, was most successfull. As a result a net profit of £4/6/5 has been forwarded to Junior Red Cross Headquarters, Sydney. Competitions were won by Mrs. Stan Higgs and Marjorie Furner. The three girls sincerely thank all persons for their donations and help in making their effort the success it was, especially Mr. Manning for the use of the shop. The J.R.C. hope to hold a juvenile dance very shortly.
Convalescent Village Planned For Wounded Returned Army Men [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944
Convalescent Village Planned For Wounded Returned Army Men TI/TR. George Patterson, chairman of the Social Service Committee of the Red Cross, has submitted to the execu tive committee a comprehensive plan, with drawings, of what is termed a convalescent village, for the postwar care of sick and wounded returned sol- ' diers. Briefly, the scheme provided fot the establishment of a village settlement for. 600 men with open air treatment. and various types of amusement, recre ation and education. It is a modern .conception, and has been referred by th? executive committee to national head quarters as a scheme worthy of consid eration for the rehabilitation of return ed soldiers of the present war.
LT. GARDINER'S NOMINATION U.C.P. CANDIDATE FOR LOCAL CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944
LT. GARDINER'S NOMINATION U.C.P. CANDIDATE FOR LOCAL CONTEST Lieut. A. K. Gardiner, of King's Plains, is likely to be the official U-U**. candidate to con test the Bathurst seat at the coming State election. As reported recently in these col umns, hsathurst U.C.P. branch con- jfi.S sidered Lieut. A. K. Garuiner to be I * the logical candidate tor the Party. §|B; At a further meeting last week, it «i.;jpp8K was decided to recommend endorse- %/fpsSS ment of the nomination of Lieut. Gardiner as a U.O.Jr*. candidate for the seat. This endorsement is likely to be given by the head body, unless, of course, the view is that the Bathurst seat would be too tough a nut to crack. As the U.C.P. permits multiple en- gs® dorsements, it is not impossible that E&S a second U.C.P. candidate may nomi- |§J|? nate, but the possibility is remote. If he stand — and friends seem to fSB think he will — Lieut. Gardiner will : ? |g|| make a formidable opponent for the |gjj sitting member, Mr. Gus. Ke...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944
THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICF 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Efficiency and integrity are the keynotes of this Company. Sympathetic ?onsideration is the watchword. Prompt and honorable settlement of all claims is the 'motto.' ? ? ? ta i Represented throughout this district by — W. J. BRADY — CARCOAR NOTICE A REWARD OF £ 150 will be paid to the person or persons giving Information that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL ING SHEEP from 'Coombing Park.' A REWARD OF £50 will be paid for information leading to th- conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Net ting on 'Coombing Park.** ANYONE FOUND TRESPASSING, Shooting, Rabbiting or Fishing on 'Coombing Park,' will be prosecuted without resofect to pei 20/4 ,'27. THE WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY LIMITED ^ NNS t . \ i ? T . WOOL T£Sg| ^ Tramp and Press the Bales jLjMfa brand them and consign in accord- j I ance with the advice on the right. » Its soundness results from the...
BARRY Large Crowd At Social [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944
BARRY Large Crowd At Social A large crowd attended the social evening tendered Pte Eric Hilde brandt on Saturday night last. Excellent dance music was volun tarily supplied by a number of j artists, whilst the duties of M.C. were j capably ' handed by Mr. P. Masters. Speeches were made by Messrs. P. I Masters, A. A. Cheney, H. Corlj and j H. Roach. CROPS HARVESTED. Most of the pea crops have been harvested. The returns, due chiefly to adverse weather conditions, were not up to expectations.
NEVILLE PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 23 February 1944
NEVILLE PARS Staying with Mr. and Mrs. Sid Mc Gregor are Mr. Smith and daughter, from Sydney. * * * Visitors to Neville are Mrs. Deven ish, senr., of Wellington, and Mr. and Mrs. Gosper and son Malcolm. Tney are staying with Mr. and Mrs. George Devenish, of Carcoar Street. Mrs. Devenish and Mrs. Gosper are moth er and sister, respectively, of Mr. -G. Devenish. * * * Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Col lins, of the Post Office. Neville, are Mr. Cawthorne and grandson, Reg, of Moree. * * * As a result of the recent election, Neville Public School captains are Joan McGregor and Gordon Lobley; vice-captain, Joan Collins and Allan Cock. * * * New office-bearers for the Neville Junior Red Cross Circle are Aileen Bird, president; Joan Cramp secre retary and Ellie Hunt treasurer.