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CREDIT IT TO YOUR OWN TOWN HELP BLAYNEY, CARCOAR AND MILLTHORPE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

CREDIT IT TO YOUR OWN TOWN HELP BLAYNEY, CARCOAR AND MILLTHORPE An appeal is made to resident® of Lyndrurst Shire to see that their loan subscriptions are cre dited to one of the three towns in i the Shire which have been allot ted quotas, inese towns are 1 Blayney,, Millthorpe and Carcoar. Mr. C. George, Commonwealth Loan Organiser for the Central-West, who is visiting the Shire this week, pointed out that some district resi dents banked in towns outside the Shire area — for instance, Bathurst, Orange and Cowra. Unless these resi dents specially asked that their sub scriptions be credited to one of the three Lyndhurst Shire towns, the money was credited to the town in which they banked.. All that was necessary, explained Mr. George, was for the subscriber to ask his bank manager to see that the subscription was credited to Blayney, Carcoar or Millthorpe. It was not necessary, Mr. George stres sed for the subscriber actually to lodge his money in the local town. Blayney's quota is £...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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NEVILLE PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

NEVILLE PARS A recent letter from AC1 Lindsay Devenish to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Devenish, stated that he did very well in an examination recently held, gaining second place in the Flight. Ke is now a Flight Mechanic. Visitors to Mr. and Mrs. Ken Goninan over the week-end were Miss Joyce Smith, of Wellington, and her fiance, L./Cpl. Bob Crockett, on leave from. New Guinea. Miss Smith is a sister of Mrs. Gonman. Residents from all surrounding towns attended a dance, organised by the girls of the Neville C.W.A. Younger Set on Friday night. The j hall was crowded, and all appeared I to be having a most enjoyable time. I Euchre was played, and a splendid supper was served. The amount of £27 raised as a result of the effort will go to the local Bush Fire Fund.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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KING PLAINS BEES WERE VICIOUS Were They The Ordinary Variety ... ? [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

wmmm WERE VICIOUS Were They The Ordinary Variety . . . ? Mr. V. Cooper returned home last week after having spent two days in Blayney Hospital. His sojourn in hos pital was the result of a bees' nest ing expedition. - Previously Mr. Coo per had assuned his rriends tnat he always started out well prepared, but this time it seems there must nave been a rift in his armour some where. Up to the present we have not been able to. ascertain from Mr. Cooper whether the bees in question were Italian B — s or just the ordinary va riety. Another who has been in the wars lately is Mr. Ron Death, who had his nose broken as the result of a kick from a cow. Mr. Death, who was help ing Mr. Norman Gardiner to break the cow in, was bending down to pick a rope up off the ground when the animal delivered the king kick , PERSONAL. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. F. Dudley on the birth of a son. Mrs. ^T. Konza recently spent a few days in Bathurst with her sister, Mrs. C. Hutchison.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

NUF SED ! After 40 Years' Trading in Carcoar we are still doing: oar best to give satisfaction Clark & Co LEAVE your order for the 'CHRONICLE' WITH US. Printed -and published by Ray mond James Neve for the pro- , prietors, R. J. Neve and Co., - Street, Blayney, N.S.W. I fW. J. Brady, Carcoar Uicensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman and Estate Agent. ? Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator. ? ' DISTRICT AGENT FOR: COLONIAL ilTOnftJAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. p im Famour 'Tri-Kos' Drenches and GAras; Y, Licensed Agent No; 2: T,bom a CABCOAR

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GARLAND SCHOOL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

GARLAND SCHOOL NOTES Despite the continued dry weather, the boys and girls at Garland Public School have succeeded in growing quite a nice crop of onions, beans (epicure and broad), tomatoes and potatoes. All except the tomatoes. are for sale, and are being readily bought up by the parents, who have first preference. The proceeds of the February sales were donated to Lyndhurst Red Cross. The pupils will decide at the March meeting of their auxiliary to what patriotic cause the proceeds of the March sales will be donated. The pupils and teacher wish to thank Mr. Dave Clark, of Hilltop. Garland, for his generous donation of bean seed and a bag of super. All the onion and tomato plants, as well as the seed potatoes were donated by the teacher. The tomatoes gown in the school plot are used entirely by the pupils to supplement their school lunches. Nothing is half so good as that pro duced by themselves. , These little Australians are cer tainly to be complimented on their achievement in...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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REMOVAL BY GARBAGE CONTRACTOR Dead Sheep On Freezing Works Land [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

REMOVAL BY GARBAGE CONTRACTOR Dead Sheep On Freezing Works Land The Shire Engineer. Mr. G. S. -jterty, presented the following report to last meeting of Lynd hurst iShire Council Bush Fires. Council is asked to approve my ac tion in sending Council's Chevrolet motor lorry to convey men to Neville district to fight bush fires. Council s employee, C. Walton, was in charge of the lorry. A motion of approval was carried, j [ J Country Freezing Co. The matter of dead sheep on the Country Freezing Company's land at Blayney has had attention, i. have been informed that the company has promised to forward plans for an in cinerator; but pending the construc tion, arrangements for the removal oi dead sheep by the Garbage Con tractor have been made. Noxious Weed. The Stock Inspector, Carcoar P.P. Board) was interviewed, but could not remember where he haa seen the Galvanised Burr rererrea to in ms re port. Engineer, Railway Department , Inspection. i ! An inspection was made by Engi neer Allen...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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THREE CASES REPORTED Infectious Diseas In Blayney [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

THREE CASES REPORTED Infectious Diseas In Blayney Recently, three cases of scar let fever were reported In Blay ney. So stated the acting Health Inspec tor, Mr. G. Gerty, in his report to last meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council. Mr. Gerty mentioned that all pa tients were residents pf the town of Blayney. Notification was .forward ed to the Board of Health as requir ed. 'No other case of infectious dis ease was notified,' said the Inspec tor.

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Country Politics After the War Country Party's [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

Hntry Politics After the War Buntry Party's ? Realistic Policy II might have been expect ed, Country Party policy iting to the post-war re ustment period is essen |y realistic. In this it dif ! from much that is now Ibnating from Uovernment Ekesmen, both Federal and [te, who are clearly seeing the war emergency a glor ia opportunity to sneak in lig instalment of advanced sialism by the back door, lot of the irresponsible nonsense ; is being: talked well merits the re of A. P. Herbert, the Editor of don 'Punch,' wlio concludes lour ive verses of very pertinent dog j] with this choice sumriiary: ^ won't it be wonderful after the [war — Lr the war — after the war? ILithI; off at four. jr liio war — after the war. Kv. Ti t work at all if we find it a Jkhv : re won't be no rich, and there won't be no pore beer will be better, and quicker and more — why didn't we have the old wa-er before?' ic recent Country Party Conler , however, had no illusions about Immense problems ahead, and the :y...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

£50 REWARD 'JpHE above reward will be paid for information leading to the convic tion of any person or persons dama ging wire netting fencing, interfer ing with flood or netting pates or cutting or removine wire from anv of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE' R. J. FAGAN, 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama. Cook Bros i BLAYNEY ANNOUNCE that they have been ap pointed by the Agricultural Depart ment as SOLE AGENTS 2N THE I CARCOAR DISTRICT for receival of all Vegetables growp under contract with the Commonwealth Govern ment. Also Sole Agents for receival «f ically grown Potatoes under the Government contract scheme. FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIED ON APPLICATION. CAM REED & SON (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney. 'Phone 60. Funerals Conducted Reverently and Dignified. Local Repiesentative: Mr. Arthur Higgs 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. \ ? ; ? j What will you do with YOUR MONEY AFTER THE WAR? Short of fighting and other essential war-time tasks, there's one best ...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Lyndhurst Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

Personal Items I Mr. Roy Leabeater is at present a patient jn Carcoar District Hospital suffering from' a poisoned fing-er * * * Mrs. S. Weaver and her two child- ! ren, one-time resident of Lyndhurst 1 arid now of Condobolin, spent I Mrs . T DoTber1'6 ' ^ gU6StS 01 * * * Harvest Festival services for the Presbyterian Church will be held next Sunday in the Memorial Hall An wmrhel^a0^11^ ^ VegetaMeS * * * | */rThf technical classes resumed at i Mandurama on Thursady last. ten students enrolling for the coming ' year. ° ? * * * | Mrs. C. Curtin, of Bathurst visited I her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. F. Davis, at the week-end. ! * * * i Another visitor to Lynahurst over the week-end was Mrs. Walker and j her small daughter, of Bathurst. i They were the guests of Mrs C Da. | vis. ' j * * * Cjl. Jack Kinghorne ,RAETC. re- . turned, is at present spending leave ' with his father, Mr. C. K. King- ! horne at 'Coonumburrah.' I * ?» * Sympathy is extended to Mr. R. Kirby. of Garland...

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[?]ALLYMONT PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

I^llymont [ersonals Ia^. of Neville, recently 11 to his daughter, Mrs. H. Leu Howard left for Sydney Pf how ° Present at the wed. bant Tsrf °n' Leslie-- Les is in the turned f!£' 1 'f? on]y recent irom Northern waters. who has not been e-3 fn ,e; cf health, has been k medical advice.

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One At A Time [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

One At A Time Early in life Will Rogers learneil the lutulity of worry and fear. BtH said that he found that the only wajM tc true happiness and* contentment ? was to take ud each dav's tasks witm confidence and cheerfulness, and &HH down at night with no lingering worry or concern. One day, a pessimistic friend dofr^| fully inquired, 'Will, if you had not^H £8 hours more to live how .would spend them?' ^B The cowboy philosopher laughtei^B and replied, 'One at a time.' ^B

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Whitmee—Done [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

Whitmee — Done I A wedding of interest to Carcoar friends was celtbraU-i atkH Methodist Church. Orange. wiieH Miss Marion Whitmee. eldest ter of Mrs. Whitmee and the 1: i; il'H S. Whitmee, of Kite Street, tl'QC TYIOV»*-;Ar4 +yv T«Viv. T^v-, »» AUOi 1 1CU IAS JT LC UU1UL U*JLLtj. son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Done, - Cat- H coar, who recently returned frocH New Guinea. H Misses Nance Done and LeonitH Whitmee attended the bride. TfeH reception was held at the h Mrs. Whitmee. ?

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V.D.C. PARADE AT BARRY AND BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

V.D.C. PARADE AT I BARRY AND BLAYNEY I I 'D' Coy., 26th Bn, V.D.C parade at the following centre ; ^ Barry, Thursday, 9th March. ' p.m. Blayney, Saturday, 18th Marc 8 p.m. (N.C.O.'s Class). fl .tslavnev. Sunria.v i«th March 1 a.m. (Coy. parade). t. Mobile training instructors i» 3 tendance at each parade. „ Al! issued .303 rifles and bayonei to be carried.

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A CHEER-UP LETTER HOME BLAYNEY BOY'S VERSE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

A CHEER-UP LETTER HOME BLAYNEY BOY'S VERSE The following verse, by Fred Nelson, RAAF, New Guinea, to his (mother, Mrs. W. Smith, Tri bune Street, Albury was publish ed recently in the 'Border Morn ing Mail' (Albury). Both Fred and his mother are well known in Blayney. Although the bombs are falling, And shrapnel fills the air With its whining and its whistle, As it damn near parts your hair. Though the ack-ack is a-blasting, And it's raining steel tonight, But don't worry about me, Mum. I'm going to be all right.' Tho' the island's full of dysentery. And malaria reigns as king; You're sure to get blood poisoning From a scratch or anything; Dengue's waiting round the corner. So the outlook isn't bright. But don't worry about me, Mum, I'm going to be all right. The boys are full of scurvy. And tinea is very free; Every one has a heat rash, And the boongs all have T.B. This letter to console you, I'm writing here to-night: So don't worry about me. Mum, I'm going to be all right.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

MARCH HORSE SALE Date to be Advertised In these Columns Later. LIMITED NUMBER OF ENTRIES ONLY WILL BE ACCEPTED. NORMAN C. BELLAMY & CO., - Agents, - COWRA. ADVANCE BLAYNEY LEAGUE THE MONTHLY MEETING of the Advance Blayney League will be held at the Soldiers' Memorial Hall on FRIDAY, 10th MARCH, at 8 p.m. Important Business. S. MALLICK, Hon. Sec. WANTED EN BIAYTSTEY: BOARD ' WITH PRIVATE FAMILY — Four Nights and Five days weekly by YOUTH, working in office. Goes home week-ends. Character vouched for by employer. — Apply 'WEST MACQUARIE' OFFICE.

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Rain Wanted at Gallymont February Departs With Severe Frost [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

Rain Wanted at Gallymont ? February Departs With Severe Frost With the advent of Autumn. are centred on a good dov/npour j rain to replenish water supply ;t'jf provide winter feed for stock, v.'-1® our Gallymont correspondent. JL Rainfall for the past 111 4-«-v AM1.. OA nninte V auiuujitcu iv xjitxy uu As a parting 'kick,' gave us quite a severe frost. w sounded the death knell for the qi.v plants that had survived the weather.

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OBITUARY MRS. ANNIE RUBY BULLOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

OBITUARY MRS. ANNIE RUBY   BULLOCK After a lengthy illness, the death     occurred in the Orange Base Hospital on the 2nd inst, of Mrs. Annie Ruby   Bullock, at the age of 59 years, a   well-known and highly respected re- sident of Blayney West. Mrs. Bullock, whose maiden name   was Catley, was a native of Bath- hurst, but had resided at Blayney for   the past 19 years.   Her husband, the late Mr. William Bullock, was in business as a carpen-   ter at Blayney for many years, and   predeceased her by 11 months. Deceased was an inmate of Orange Base Hospital for some weeks prior to death, and little hope was held   for her recovery. She had suffered   from anaemia for a long period, but   internal complications developed to   cause the end. The late Mrs. Bullock is survived     by...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Death At 71 Years Well-Known Mandurama Resident [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

Death At 71 Years Well-Known Mandurama Resident One of Mandurama district's best known residents, Mr. Thomas Wells, passed away in Carcoar District Hos-   pital on Thursday last, at the age of 71.   He was born at Mandurama, and spent his lifetime in the district. The late Mr Wells had been ailing for some time. In addition to his   wife, he leaves a family of three sons and three daughters: Charlie (Wood-   stock), Hector (A.M.F.. Darwin),       Claude (Mandurama), Agnes and Rose (Hazelwood) and Mrs. J.   Wright (Burnt Yards). A daughter, Mrs. Stubbs (Bella) predeceased her father four years ago. The funeral took place on Friday to the Church of England portion of Lyndhurst cemetery. The Rev. E. T. Pearce officiated at the church and read the committal prayers. Messrs. Cam Reed & Son carried out the mor- tuary arrangements. There was a large attendance of re- latives and ...

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Lived 77 Years At Trunkey LATE MRS. MARY KIRBY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 8 March 1944

Lived 77 Years At Trunkey LATE MRS. MARY KIRBY After a lifetime of 77 years in the Trunkey district, the death occurred on Saturday, at Carcoar District Hospital, of Mrs. Mary Ann Kirby. The late Mrs. Kirby was born at Trunkey, and was well and favorably known throughput the district. Two sons and four daughters sur- vive — Robert (Garland), Thomas (Chatswood), Jane (Mrs. J. Radburn, Trunkey), Isabella (Mrs. Carroll, Trunkey), Clara (Mrs. H. Burke, Mandurama) and Olive (Mrs. Lea- beater, Orange). The funeral took place at Trunkey, the Rev. H. McDonald (Mandurama) officiating at the church and grave- side. There was a large cortege, rela- tives and friends from many parts of the district attending. Messrs. Cam Reed and Son handled the ar- rangements.

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