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OBITUARY Mrs. W. Harvey, Millthorpe [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

OBITUARY Mrs. W. Harvey, Millthorpe Mrs. W. Harvey, senr., of Milhhorpe, passed away at the Base Hospital, Orange, on Sunday evening last. Deceased, who had been ailing for several weeks, had lived in the Byng and Millthorpe district all her life. Her husband predeceased her some years ago. She is survived by a family of 14.   Sons are: Will, Stan, Cecil, Les, Russ, Ray, Mick, and Harry, and daughters: Mrs. Howarth (Byng), Mrs. Carr (Or- ange), Mrs. Cole, Misses Dolly and Mary, of Millthorpe, and Mrs. E. Bur- nell, of Blayney. He had also heard that a small move had been made to prohibit the sales li stiyc.ij'.i.ie. 3d. A 100 'Lots ot iMiople think that rab- , bits are more economic than slieep. We'll probably he getting iW. a hundred on them scon ' wrily ooniuij^iited Dir. Z. JL. (ilasson, Mr. A. Cooley (Rabbit Inspector) mentioned that rao::its were worse in other districts. Mr. Trevitt: The rabbit-proof fen ces were put down about 20 years ago. They aie just starting...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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[?] Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 25 January 1944

      Personals Sympathy is extended to Mr. P. Mor- ris, of Lyndhurst, on the death of his   mother at Orange, on Thursday night last Deceased, who was 87 years of age and a native of Ballart, had been ailing for some time. i * * ?» ? J- rs. T. Crncy Jnd cbfjdrrn .ire -it pro nt holida ing in Orange .ij the guests of vIts. Line ,iy Marks. i * * —* Jfcl. Ber; Cant and L./Cpl. Keith C.nf wish ,) thank the local Comforts lupd for cs.ntcen orders recently received. ' Hhey are much appreciated. ' the boys ? rite. A recen Bathurst visitor to Lymi- i hurst was Mrs. Johnson. She was the guest ol ; cr friend, Mrs. W. Toshack. 4 * * 'mpi W. Bolton, accompanied by Mrs. BcSltbn, is visiting the City.. While there he will seek medical attention. * ^ * Mrs. R. Cobb and daughter, Bar bara, arc on holidays in Sydney. * ' ?* v ' Holidaying at Bathurst, as the guest of hei sister, Mrs. R. Bcurke. is Mrs. W. I cabeater and her three children, fr-'m '...

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Mandurama Personals... [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

Mandurarna Personals . . . Mrs. Lumme, of Burnt Yards, is home again after holidaying with her daughter in the City. I « * * After spending the school vacation ? with her sister at Woodstock and I friends in Sydney. Miss May Steer has | returned home. Mrs. J. J. Pearce. of 'Angelon;^'' ; has returned home following holidavs : in Sydney as the guest of her sister. * * * i Misses Bessie Whalan and Joy Hut ? chin spent the week-end with Mrs. ? Wbalen, of Mandurarna. * * * Miss Mary Shcaban arrived home last Wednesday after spending a holiday wiib . friends at Narromine. * * * Mr. Lindsay Carney is cn holidavs in the City. On returning home he will ; take up relieving porter duties at Blay I ney. j * * * Pte. W.. D. Douglas has returned to i Sydney. { ♦ * * I Congratulations to Misses Ailcen Shea ! han. Dorothy Shcaban, Zita Shcaban, Rita Buckley, Peggy Burke and Beryl Hanison on their passes in the recent Intermediate Examination results. Also to Master Bill Shcaban and Patricia on I t...

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BURST YARDS PERSONAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

BOWT YARDS PERSONAL *- ITEMS Baker, of Orange, is spending cf his annual ho'iidays visiting He is the guest of his bro R. H. Baker, of 'Lyndfield.' ?iajffljgf Audry King has arrived at 'Bgp|H#fards to take up duties at the iK a few days visiting her daugh ® son-in-law at Wyalong, Mrs. T. Bgan has returned home, gtt * r , fe'.Joan Ellery, of Sydney, spent a lays here at^Mr. and Mrs. J. Ellery's * * * ra R. Lumnie is home a^ain after E who has been in ill-health for K week or so. will soon be restored

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

|^K juJWiI-^„, mm\ 1IPP -»**? H fHOfe i nHHk' F ? He's Wearing ? four Wool! ? In the air, on the seven seas, and on the battle-fronts of a ? world at war, Australian wool is making a vital contribution ? to the victory of the United Nations. ? Stock and produce grown on Australian soil are also serving H on the food front at home and abroad. ? Pitt, Son and Badgery are proud to continue in war as in ? so many years of peace, their association with the growers ? ud producers, and to maintain long-established standards of , ' tt individual service in handling, storage and sale. ? Pin, SON AND BADGERY LTD. ? ' WOOLBROKERS ? „w. . V '. 4 O'Conncll Street, Sydney; Darby Street, Newcastle, lijn ty' ';*? i Branch Office: Boorowa. H Licensed Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

SPECIAL FRIDAY, 4th FEBRUARY, 1944 — ai z r-rv,. jHARP FURTHER PROMPT ENTRIES ARE INVITED. A Limited Number of STORE CATTLE will also be Offered. NORMAN C. BELLAMY & CO., Auctioneers, COWRA Australia is producing record quantities of food. Why, then, must we at home make up our minds to get along vith a little ? :M less? ''ill Because record quantities of food MUST be earmarked for f. war — for the people of Britain, ? /jl for our armed forces and those # j| of our Allies. '^Jgj Pood is one of the most im portant weapons. Lack of 'Si food can be as fatal as lack of |S munitions. Don't expect the 3S| men in the front line to make JM all the sacrifices. You can help la to bring Victory nearer by playing your part on the I Home Front. mnn /s A highway tUUiJTO VICTORY Issued by C'-Jocalth Food Control. F.to.n .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

BriCTORY LOAN Ukhis patriotic way! 8A»CLS _, . . ? ^^^HnnAMean^ j This is the new 5/ | Stamp now available ^ Wbit 1 ' ? at any Savings Bank, | or Money Order 1 ? This the National i I Savings Stamp Book, j ? Each page has room i I for 8 stamps which j I f&y a deposit or an | | instalment These are Victory fj^^BK y ^ Bonds. If you have HB Jtf saved £10 in stamps JSH^v T y before the Loan MBtt y/ m opens, make an ad 9H| vance subscription. Lend all you can. «| These are the things H your bonds will buy InBhllii^b^ — equipment, arms, supplies. Make an advance^ subscription

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"CAN'T BEAT OLD BLAYNEY" Digger's Cheery Letter [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

'CAN'T BEAT OLD BLAYNEY' ? Digger's Cheery Letter Sapper Jack Holden. A. I F., well- J£i known Blayney boy. takes lif- .M cheerfully in an advanced comba: Jilfj Writing to a Balyney friend, humorously refers to the 'jungle ju:t. mm some of the boys try to brew. -. cnes that drink it,' he s^ys, 'haw . j® pretty rough time — bospi:al cases 1 limes. They don't wc-rry about -f1 times.' I He adds. 'You can't beat old B.. I ney, and thCj^atts beer. But I d- f drink beer now..' % The Diggers have earned some rc.: 1 ations for themsslw. j' r- rci'.ilr of ; j capture of some Jap. hcrscs. Race n ... ings are held at time. But Jack h.. : had a bet since leaving Australia— h taking soldiering seriously. j Jack's biggest regret :s :hat. dui : moving on, be had leave behind his r 1 tive boy, who always wanted Jack ' i tell B'layney friends about him. j (

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Again We WILL BLAYNEY GET ITS FACTORY? [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

We Lsk ? ? » i i f ILL BLAYNEY GET ITS s FACTORY? II ? Blayney residents were particular y ' interested in the announcement few days ago that 50 clothing actories are to be opened in coun rv districts within the very near uture. But they would be even more in 3 ted in an announcement that of the factoriees would be lo l at Blayney. Any scheme of de rtptralisation which gives all the pjns to the big centres will not be (fry popular amongst the residents if the smaller and middle-size towns. There may be limitations in the way ] any big tactory being established in ! yney — water, housing, etc.. are prob- I ,s ip be surmounted. But there should | noi, limitations whatsoever in regard fi.uich establishments as clothing fac iafr which do not make any exces z&jfemands on water, housing, etc. If Tgi are difficulties, WHA f ARt: ijjj&yney hasn't got its clothing rac nor a promise of one. as yet. But Kadvise is — keep plugging away, and N'jinay be surprised what will materia...

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PROVES SUCCESSFUL New £450 Fire-Fighting Pump [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

PROVES SUCCESSFUL New £450 Fire-Fighting Pump j A public demonstration of the I effectiveness of the new JE450 ! water pump, loaned the Waugoola Shire Council by the State Govern | ment for the purpose of fire fight ! ina. oivpn at fnwn on rhp banks of the Lachlan River. Rumors had been circulating that the pump was not suitable for bush fire fighting.. Anyone of this opinion who a witnessed the display should have b.'J quick to change their mind. t The machine operated perfectly. ; Three hoses were nnached .tc rj pump and three streams of water sh j into the air with such power that tv i men were employed on each hose j prevent it from getting c ut of contn i — 'Cowra Guardian.' , ?% I

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BLAYNEY BAND'S APPRECIATION Help By Townspeople [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

BLAYNEY BAND'S APPRECIATION Help By Townspeople At the usual weekly Blayney Band practice on Friday night. Mr. J. Parker, who organised a Satur day night social, in aid of Band funds, handed the profit, amounting to £4/4/ to the Secretary (Mr. Thompson) . The Bandmaster (Mr. H. Diblcy) commended Mr. Parker for his work on behalf of the Band, and the President (Mr. R. Clark), in a complimentary refernce, said he was pleased to see the townspeople assisting in such a man ner. Mr. Parker, in reply, said he hoped to be able to organise another func tion for the Band in the near future. A vote of thanks was accorded Mr. Parker by acclamation. ? i

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LYNDHURST. OVER £20 REALISED Successful Church of England Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

LYNDHURST. OVER £20 REALISED ! Successful Church oi England \ Dance The annual Church of England dance j at Lyndhurst on Australia Day night was well patronised. ! Seventy-seven dances were present, and 1 the music supplied by Miss M. O'Brien, 1 pianc and saxophone, was most appre- : ciated by the dancers. Ticket office receipts, with donations J added, is expected to show a profit of ! over £20. | The Committee desires to thank all j who so generously assisted with the . supper arrangements. j

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FOUR CHILDREN UNDER 14 YEADS 65-Years-Old Lithgow Miner [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

FOUR CHILDREN UNDER 14 YEADS 65-Years-OId Lithgow Miner /^LTHOUGH 65 years of age a re *' tired mine-worker has four child ren under the age of 14 years and is experiencing difficulty in receiving a pension for them. This was revealed i at a meeting of 60 retired mining in j dustry employees held in Lithgow. It was pointed out that retired mine : workers with children under 14 years of age should receive an additional i8/6 a week above the customary I £3/5/ for each child within that cate I gary. In this particular instance the j man has been paid varying amounts I and has now been required to refund about £60, it not being considered that he is entitled to the additional I amount.

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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

BLAYNEY TOWN TALK Friends ate extending to Mr. and Mrs. Gee-'. Cowan, of Lane Street, West Blayney, congratulations on their wed ding anniversary, being celebrated this week. This well-known Blayney cou ple, we understand, have been 29 years married. * * * Mrs. Stammers and John, cf 'Box Hill,' Carcoar, have returned home after an enjoyable holiday in the City and at Lithgow. * * * Mr. Bernard Townsend. of Syd ney. spent the weekend in Blayney with his wife and family. * * * Miss Hazel Leabeater has returned to Lyndhurst after a holiday spent with Miss E. M. Kind, of Adelaide Street, Blayney. i * * * Mrs. Templeman, with her son, Rex, is visiting Sydney. Mrs. Wilcox, the former's mother, also made the trip. * * * Mrs. B. Graham, of Adelaide Street, has had her mother staying with her. She has since returned to her home in Sydney. * * * Mr. John Robinson, of Orange, was in Blayney over the weekend. He vis ited his fiancee. Miss E. M. Kind. * * * Mrs. Lynch, of Carcoar Street, who is ...

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STAND AS U.C.P. CANDIDATE King's Plains Man [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

STAM) AS U.C.P. CANDIDATE King's Plains Man Lieut. A. K. Gardiner, A.I.F., weii-Known iviaigs plains resi dent,. iiony stand tiie endorsed canoiuace at tiie lorui coiming State election to contest liathurst seat (which includes j-iayney and the aorthern por tion oJf Lyndimist fcehire. It will be the first occasion tor many years that an endorsed man has stood in the Bathurst seat, the present holder of which is the Minister ior Health uvir. C. A. Keliy, . Labor). Previously the U.C.F. re frained from contesting the Bathurst seat owing to its election pact with the U.A.F. (now the Democratic Party). This pact no longer exists. Decision to contest the seat this time was reached at a meeting of uie Bathurst U.C.P. branch on Friday, convened by Mr. R. C. Webb, leader of the Bathurst district U.C.P. group. The nomination for candidature of Lieut. A. K. Gardiner, of King's Plains, on service in another State, was favorably received by the meet ing, but a final decision was deferred until ...

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Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

Lyndhurst Personals Mr. Paddy McFawn, cf Garland, left on Sunday night for a holiday in the City. * * . * Mrs. B. Rogers, was the guest of Mrs. j J. Davies over the holiday week-end. I * * * Another visitor for a few days last j week was L..A.C. Tom Leabeater, son I of Mr. and Mrs. Leabeater, of Orange. | I Mr. Alan Prosper was a visitor tc Orange last week-end as the guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr .and Mrs. L. Leabeater. * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. Emms are at pres ent holidaying with relatives at the Mountains. They were accompanied by their daughter, Beryl. * ♦ * Holidaying in Sydney with freinds, is Miss Monie Kind, of 'Wattle' Farm. ♦ * * Recent visitors to the town as the guests of Mr. and .Mrs. E. Dcncr were Mr. and Mrs. McKenie, of 'Bcthungra.' I Mr. B. Doust, of Camden, and Mr. and | Mrs. Payne' and family, of Cargo Public i Schoil. I * * ! A pea-threshing machine, under the management of Mf- Ncwham, is at pre sent operating on Mr. Roy Rowlands' property at Lyndhurst. * 1

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Giant Flying Boat's Flight [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

Giant Flying Boat's Flight A Washington message states that a 70-ton Martin Mars liying boat, of the type seen above, has crossed from San Francisco to Hawaii in 13 hours 18 minutes. It carried a crew of 15, 20 passengers and six tons of cargo. The Martin Mars is capable of carrying a cargo of more than 15 tons, or 150 men, and has flown non-stop' more than 4600 miles. It has a wing spread of 200 feet, and its two-deck hull has the cubic capacity of a 14 -room house. Each of the ship's four engines develops more than 2000 horsepower.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

T. G. STAMMERS AUCTIONEER STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAR ? ? ? Sales conducted in Any Part of the District Agent For: — j Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. Insurance Comoan- - . k DOMO SEPARATORS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

I IV «£RE TO BUY THE I ; 'CHRONICLE' . s — — ? , HRONICLE' is cn sa'.c a: the I .(?n . . Newsagents: | . HEALY, Blaynev. | XARK. Carcoa:. j LEABEATER. Lvndburst. v.- .. ROSSER. bh AMOS, Millti-rp:. I 5 i : BUCKLEY. Mandurarna. ; ?- 8 DEVEN1SH. Neviiio. j . \ HILL, Woodstock. ' ?. PLACE YOUR ORDER, as ,1 restrictions necessitate a i ' ' 'MIT ON THE NUMBER ... 5 PRINTED.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 1 February 1944

W. J. BRADY - CARCOAR Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman and Estate Agent. Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator. S DISTRICT AGENT FOR: COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. (All Classes of Insurance). : /- WILCOX, MOFFLIN, LTD.: Famour 'Tri-Kos' Drenches and . Licks (Stocks on Hand). , DANGAR, GEDYE & MALLOCH LTD. , (All Classes Farm Machinery). FAMOUS 'CYCLONE' FENCING AND GATES. | * 4 CLYDE ENGINEERING COY. LTD. (Farm Machinery and Duplicates). W. J. BRADY, Licensed Agent L Bo* No. 2: 'Phone & CARCOAR Alf. Collins LICENSED STOCK AND STATION AGENT. Agency fcjr Unit nsurance Co. PHONE: NEVILLE 24. THE FARMERS & GRAZl£ItS | Go-operative Grain InsHranci and | Agency Company Limite | THE FIRM THAT REFUNDS THE WHOLE OF 1-^ .j! SURPLUS PROFITS TO PRIMARY PRODUCERS. JOg THIS IS THE 'F. & G.' METHOD OF REDUCING ? /l SELLING CHARGES i 4 CONSIGN WOOL. STOCK AND PRODUCE TO TOUR OWN ORGANISATION—-^ .|ggr The 'Farmers & Grazier...

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