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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944
CARCOAR TOWN TALK Mesdames Marmin and Bennett, of Sydney, are holidaying at Carcoar. ? ? ? ? Mrs. H. Thorpe, of Icely Street, is not enjoying the best of health. ? ? ? ? Miss Mary Brcck, of the AWAS, has returned to camp after spending leave with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brock. » ? ? Mr. D. Howarth is at present spending holidays at Carcoar. » ? ? Miss Tuck, of Penhurst, is spend ing holidays with her sister, Mrs. N. Done, of the Commercial Bank, Car coar. ? a a Mrs. Lye, cf Canowindra, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Higgs. * ? ? Mrs. M. Prosper and children have returned home after spending holi days in Sydney. ? ? ? Mr. J. Lyons has been holidaying at Carcoar. * * ? Mr. and Mrs. Crane and family, of Orange, were recent visitors to Car coar on holidays. * ? ? Spending a few days' leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Man ning, is Pte. H. Manning. * * * Miss Jean Prosper, of the Tele phone Exchange, Orange, has been spending a few days at Carcoar with her parents. ? * *...
MORE NAMES NEEDED Women For Clothing Factory At Blayney [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944
MORE NAMES NEEDED Women For Clothing Factory At Blayney If Blayney is to enhance its cliances ; of getting a clothing fac tory, the names of more women and girls willing to work at it is required. At last meeting of the Advance Blayney League, it wai reported that three women, all experienced, had handed their names in. ] Letters from Messrs. Chiefley and I Beasley, Federal Minister, were read, j A building with 2,000 sq, feet was ; required. j Mr. Mallack (Secretary) said when ] he was in Sydney he learned that a new building had been put up at Gos ford. He was told that the firm would have done better at Blayney, because from Blayney the West and South could be conveniently served. The cloth was cut in Sydney and made up in the country. PERMANENT FACTORY. Mr. C. I. Cook: Would it only be a wartime factory? Mr. Mallick : No. I understand that the Gosford factory, with machines, etc. cost £18,000. No firoi would spend that much money for a war time factory only, and the Govern ment ...
Engineer Defended By Council Blayney Water Problems [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944
Engineer Defended By Council Blayney Water Problems Mi*. E. J. Johnston, who is In charge of the provision of the town water supply, hag been bearing the brunt of quite a lot of criticism. The water question in Blayney has been the 'main topic' since restric tions were enforced. And a number of rumors have been circulating round the town. Mr. Johnston, at last meeting of Lyndhurst Shire, said the latest he had heard was that water was be ing pumped from the Blue Hole which contained typhus. The Engineer was rather indig nant about the matter, and thought the person should be warned. 'We're not even, pumping from the Blue Hole,' said Mr. John ston. Cr. Innes (President) said that during the last war surface water was never used, a shaft was always sunk. And nobody died with typhus thIn answer to Cr. Cook, Mr. John ston said he maintained that the pump was doing over 7.000 gallons an hour. _ A motion, sponsored by Crs. Hooa and Amos endorsedthe actions of toe 'D' Riding counciHots.in ...
VERBAL EXCHANGE Warm Discussion At Shire Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 March 1944
VERBAL EXCHANGE Warm Discussion At Shire Meeting Councillors got into a rather heated discussion at last Lynd hurst Shire meeting. It all started over the resealing of Blayney's main street side strips, the total cost being £600. The President, C. J. A. Innes, sug gested that the contribution from the general fund be £200. Cr C. I. Cook wasn't very satisfied with the offer. He though the coun try peopleimade more use of the side strips than the townspeople. In his opinion the least that could be ex. pected from the general fund would be 50 per cent. His idea was 50 per cent, from the general fund and 50 per cent, from the Town Improve ment Fund. Cr. Innes then split the difference and made the amount £250. He mov ed that £250 from the general luna be allocated towards the bitumenous re-sealing of the sides of Adelaide Street. Cr. Burns said he though the offer was a liberal one and seconded the President's motion. Crs. Amos and Hood supported the idea. 'Country people certainly use ...
DISTRICT WEDDINGS Fuller—Bright [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944
district I WEDDINqJ Fuller — Bright I St. Matthew's Chu: Mandurama. was the K ding cf considerable i:. mont friends, when Gaiij!^B daughter of Mr. and _\: was married to Robeu ; n est son of Mr. and Mrs;. ? VJ Both the young prd,,;:,' ? parents are well-knov, r.' ine lush. The church was zai rated by friends of during the ceremony. V presided at the organ. ' The bride, attired . over satin, wearing a %, -l''? Mrs. Billington. of Cuv : charming as she enu-rc-,; on the arm of her fat:v quet consisted of a sh- -?'-,'Q,I-^B donna lilies and carnat'-.;- ';-'^B Miss B. Bright, wear ! ,^B over taffeta, and carryir _ . ' ^.'.'.^j^B of dahlias and roses. ? . bridesmaid. 9 The duties of best n:s:: ried out by Mr. W. Ful'.. After the ceremony. -L}. ,.;e;,^B were received at the Morr; . by Mesdames H. Bright ; p p^^B ler. Mrs. Bright chosc ;; v -?-^B tume with accessories t ;.;r.j(]^B Mrs. Fuller was gowned C.'^B hlnrU npppssrsries. Ven. Achdeaccn Wight. , rt.H formed the ceremony, pro.-. break...
Mandurama Personals... [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944
Mandurama Personals . . . t j Miss Ida Goodfellow has taken up ! residence in Orange. * ? * * i The many friends of Mrs. M. J. j Molloy, who is at present in Sydney j undergoing treatment to her ears, I will be pleased to learn that she is i making favorable progress. I * * * Sgt. W. Gurney. following leave ; with his parents and friends, left on Monday last to rejoin his unit. * * * A week-end visitor to Mandurama j was Miss Marie Burke, daughter of j Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Burke. I * * * Mrs. Cardow is not enjoying go»d health at the present time. The hope is expressed that she will soon oe well again. I Mrs. Bloomfield and daughters re- | turned to Sydney on Saturday last after spending a holiday with parents and friends. Mrs. Bloomfield's niece, Patricia, accompanied i.er. * * * Miss 'Jacky' Francis left for Canc windra on Saturday last, where she will take up duties at the Canowin dra Post Office. She has been on the staff of the local P.O. * * * The condition of Mrs. Selby is caus...
SOMETHING WILL BE DONE Soil Erosion At Carcoar [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944
SOMETHING WILL BE DONE Soil Erosion At Carcoar Pernaps something ?will soon . be done about the soil erosion on the river bank at Carcoar. A letter from the Minister for Public Works, before last meeting ot Lyndhurst Shire Council, stated that the Department would make its dis trict engineer available providing the Soil . Conservation Commission would also make its man available. An apolgy for non-attendance .from Cr. A. H. Denton at last meeting was accepted by Council. Cr. Denton was busy fighting the 'red terror,' which was raging. in the district at that time.
FORMER CARCOAR RESIDENT INJURED IN SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944
-FORMER CARCOAR RESIDENT INJURED IN SYDNEY Mr. Vincent Barrett one-time resident of Carcoar, now , living a,t Stanmore (Sydney), recently met with a very painfull accident. j When riding home from work on a bicycle, Mr. Barrett was following a van which suddenly came to a stand still. Unable to stop his machine in suf ficient time, he hit the back of the van. In putting out his hand to pro tect himself, Mr. Earrett broke a window in the back of the van, which cut his wrist very fcady. He was ad mitted to Royal Prince Alfred Hospi tal.
PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER WEDS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944
! PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER WEDS Lyndhurst Shire President's (Cr. J. A. Innes) eldest daughter was married recently, and Coun cillors at last meeting extended congratulations. 1 Cr. A. Amos mentioned that Cr. In nes' daughter had been married, and suggested that a letter wishing her all the best for the future be sent along. He said that she was an excellent type of girl and was highly thought j of. Her husband was in the forces, ! and she was carrying on with her nursing profession. A motion, sponsored by Crs. Amos and Burns, that a letter be sent, was carried. Blayney Federal Member, Sir. J. B. Chifley (Federal Treasurer), was in town on Saturday. He met many of his constituents., and Mr. Chifley gave his personal attention to each. He also was waited on by representa tives of the Advance Blayney Lea- j gue, including the Secretary (Mr. Stan Mallick ) , concerning the sug gested clothing factory for Blayney. Mr. Chifley promised to again take up the matter. * * * J Mrs.- A. Vincent (ne...
[?]AN INTO TIN OF BOILING WATER BLAYNEY CHILD SCALDED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944
INTO TIN OF BOILING I WATER I blayney child SCALDED I Fay Letondeur, -6-year-old dau iter of Mr. and Mrs. Vic. -tondeur, of Blayney, suffered very painful accident recently. ie child collided with her sister, -ara, who was carrying a tin of ^?n g water, ana me contents ^^Eshed over her chest and neck, ^^?furtunately missed her face. ^^Bijuries sustained were very pain |^B,but Fay, who is now an inmate ^^felayney District Hospital, is mak good progress, and snculd soon oe to return home.
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK Sgr. Dulcie Dolbell, of the AWAS, now in Victoria, has returned to her unit sifter spending leave with her people at Mallowgrove. She was ac companied by another member of the Forces, Dvr. Perce Ebzay. Also spending a holiday with the Dolbell's is Mrs. Ellington, of Concord who arrived on Friday. Mr. Ron Muir, of the Blayney mo tor firm of R. Muir & Sons, under went on appendix operation at Blay ney District Hospital on Friday night last. The patient is now making satisfactory progress towards re covery. 9 * * Mr. Ted Lobley returned home to Neville on Saturday after spending1 a week's holiday in Blayney. * * * Sapper Merle Cook, AWAS. was in town during last week. Merle spent leave with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Cook, of Adelaide Street. » * * Mr. Bill Naylor. a former well known Blayney resident, is renewing old acquaintances in town. He and his wife are the guests of Mr. ana Mrs. Sam Cook, of Brown's Creek. Mr. Naylor has been discharged from the A...
NEWBRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944
1 NEWBRIDGE I A very successful sale was held efently at Ferndale, Caloola, the pjpprty of Mrs. G. Wilson. The Ming- nas been leased, and Mrs. [Ison and her daughter. Miss June Ison, intend taking up residence nm Jsathurst. Wg conjunction with the sale, an flapfort on behalf of Newbridge patrio Hfi|;;funds, was made. Ladies from R^^ploola, who were in charge of the IHfigjenipon tea booth, worked very Sppli' In the vicinity of £27 was fffiBpEjiss Bessie Wilson also succeeded lm#aising £8/4/ ui a competition for MjBHiB sheep, kindly donated by Miss laiftjiiifi Wilson, and sold by Mr. Creel kfl||kce. realised £6/12/6 as they were Ijkpijkmated and sold on several occa of Mrs. Bern Baker will EMpfcfr'to learn that her father, Mr. Wffimr-who has reached the age of 85 HK&rs is not at all well.
MORE BLAYNEY BRIDES IN FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944
BORE BLAYNEY BRIDES I IN FEBRUARY I Blayney brides must have 'lflogtit shy' in January — there were no Blayney marriages. f However, there were eight births j 3 males and 5 females) and three I Ieaths (all males). j February saw an improvement in ; tie marriage position. There were i hree wedding ceremonies. Six births j 2 males, 4 females) and three deaths i 2 males, 1 female) were registered. |
ONCE A WEEK JOB Cleaning of Main Street Gutters [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944
ONCE A WEEK JOB ^pCleaning of Main Street Gutters B- Gutters in Blayney's main street should be cleaned once a week. This is the opinion of Cr C. I. Cook. ✓ He mentioned it at last meeting of iyndhurst Shire Council. r 'Rie Councillor asked that they be Bpffleaned once a week and, perhaps Kp|when the water position eased, the HEp gutters could be flushed. Bfe'It was explained that sometimes Kpjifae man who did the job was em KSflbved on other work. B|p_,Cr. Cook said that no matter what Blether job he was on, the cleaning of H||^tters weekly should not be let
BLAYNEY SEED CROP AFFECTED BY BAD SEASON [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944
BLAYNEY SEED CROP AFFECTED BY BAD SEASON ^TyRITING to the 'Western Times' regarding a statement published some time ago concerning seed pea crops in the Blayney district, Mr. C. I. Cook, honorary secretary of the Blayney War Agricultural Committee, points out that a misunderstaanding must have occurred over what he said regarding the causes of some failures among these crops. What he intended to convey was that the worst that might be laid against the Government that the' seed 'might not be acclimatised.' He did not agree that the seed was bad, and this seed sown alongside other vining peas w^s no worse as far as the crop was concerned, which indicated that the main fault was with the bad season. The' seed was brought from, America, because there was no alternative, as other usual sources of supply did not exist. The object of the Government was to put Australia in the position where it would have its own seed in future.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944
ILfre to buy the I 'CHRONICLE' bj- r; ;RONICLE' is cn sale at the lv . Newsagents: I *: . HEALY, Blayney. I CLARK. Carcoai. I ( .. LEABEATER, Lyndhurst. f ? ROSSER, Blayney. [ AMOS, Millthorpe. . BUCKLEY, Mandurama. 8 DEVENISH, Neville. ? , . . HILL, Woodstock. [IX V PLACE YOUR ORDER, as c-iri? restrictions necessitate a -jr LIMIT ON THE NUMBER j j . I AS PRINTED. |