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

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Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURNT YARDS SCHOOL FOR YOUNGER SET. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

BURNT YARDS SCHOOL FOR YOUNGER SET. ? ? X ? Mr. Charles Cutter, Member for Orange, has announced that the Minister for Education has ap proved1 of the use by the Burnt Yards Younger Set of tho closed school building at that centre. Mr. Cutler recently asked the Minister to grant the use of the building in order that the Younger Set might extend its activities The Minister told Mr, Cutler that approval has been given for the use of the building provided it is kept clean and in a tidy condition, an'd the Committee accepts responsibility for any damage to the premises. Permission has been granted an the understanding that the building will be vacated immediately if re quired for school purposes.

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARCOAR TEACHER'S RESI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

CARCOAR TEACHER'S I ? EESIfit'1- I t l;' Mr I Omace, ttronrh tha iw*- 'J I %«kfttateder *-$ii «? ' -.-'^ I ?or -fae ewcttoa oi s nw ?? ? ^ I ?Wkh* ? Vendton have been called on * ' U al occaSloBfl by tte Minister for ? ucaticm,' but, until recently, n° - I Varies had -been received ? ****** ' .iiedWaa! Tenders have agato been ca»e m\ tte'*:finntoter--to.- dbae ^fVl Ofcortaay) 25th August, ''/.'^l Cuiieraald'ttaay that he !*J J tt ? of ; two tmlWers who were 1«»'- ? submit a^&fc Ibf the work A ? ,,4Be nlfi Jhat. jtollowing ws aV| h(s'.:hai^receIv€H assistance ^m ?fVeral-ibn^es and he , v ^ cx&m pleased vith the response aw» *? JM M to those who had gone °u ? their way to help is the »»tter ?

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIS SHOULD SOLVE THE PROBLEM! [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

THIS SHOULD SOLVE THE PROBLEM ! ? * ? Much controversy has taken place in Blayney and district this Reason regarding £he 'Play-thjv Ball' Rule in Rugby League. In an effort to elucidate the position Referee Ted Boys, of Lyndhurat, con tacted the N.S.W. Rugby League on fh« mutter. Their ruling has been received, and reads as follows : Question : Has the ball to hit the ground before either players can play same with their feet ? Answer : Yes. Question : Tacklefl player 'A' gets ap to play the ball without delay. Player 'B' kicks the ball before it touches the ground. Answer : Penalty against 'B' player (Note : Referee should wait to see it 'As' side gained an advantage)*

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CELEBRATED 90th BIRTHDAY. Mrs. Buckley Guest of Honour. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

CELEBRATED 90th BIRTHDAY. Mrs. Buckley Guest of Honour. Mrs. Buckley, of Girraween, for I many years resident in Mandur- ! ama, and previous to that inBlay- j ney, celebrated her 90th birthday \ on Sunday, 14th August. j Present on the occasion were her six daughters, Nell, Alice (Mrs.j Caldwell), Jessie (Mrs. Regan), Madge (Mrs. Cram). Bertha (Mrs. Haierh),' and Leila (Mr* Fahl), and two sons! Herb (Mandurama) and Prank1 (Giraween). , { Also in the happy gathering were! nine grandchildren, and two greatj grandchildren, together with one', daughter-in-law, three sons-i'nrlaw, ! one granddaughter-in-law and one; grandsoni-m-law. , . | MANY LETTERS OF \ CONGRATULATION. j The grand old lady, who retains allj her faculties and is as .mentally alert as ever, was the recipient of num erous letters and telegrams of con gratulation and some from Interstate}. Among her gifts for the day was a beautiful posy Of flowers from the President' and members of the East ern Suburbs branch of the C.W....

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spoonfeeding Did Not Build This Country" [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

Spoonfeeding Did Not I Build This Country' ^m Australia can produce nurses, lawyers, and medical ^fteat. Hie immigrants it needs are not those who have ^?d be spoonfed, but people who can start with the basic ^Biings in life, and know what to do with the land we can Hive them. ^Brhis continent was made by Cr. ? ^M P. Tate, Chabfman of the ^Kmberiand County (Council, dur- i ^me the course of an address at j ^?aymey dealing with immigration '? ^Kd dleeentraUsatioxb. ! ^?b believes that representatives of| ^K district should be sent overseas; ^?landpick immigrants from Great! ^Hain and America./ ' (See separ ^B report in this issue), ^?waking of the drift to the City, ^?Tate said he realised that Sydney ^?Id wake up slowly to the need' to ?» the drift. ^^m. believe the only way to do ^^Bething 'about this drift to the City ^?ocal action. I believe that there ^^Bothing that can act so quickly as' ^Hal Government,' he added) ^H PRESENT SYSTEM. . ^?r. A. B. McDowell (Shire Clerk) ^^?ed wh...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GALLYMONT MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

GALLYMONT MAIL SERVICE. The Federal Member for Catexe, Mr. John Howse, has taken up with the Deputy Director of Posts asri TrfwmSn* a request from Gally m^tProg««- A«n. for a review Of £?.«« of times for the arrival and ^tare of mans to and itom ^STtorwarted to tb* Deputy t^^U^Ta letter off the subject fran

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEATING STOVE FOR SPRING MOUNT PUBLIC SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

HEATING STOVE FOR SPRING MOUNT PUBLIC SCHOOL V Mr. Charles Cutter, Member for Orange, has been advised by the Minister for Education that a heating *tove is ix- be Installed at the Spring Mount 8chooL The order was placed following Hr. Cutler's twpwrf that heating facilitiee be provided and action will «.- j._i._ «.«. hova it fastened as soon as delivery can be obtained. i The Minister told Mr. Cutler that he was not able to obtain release of galvanised iron for use on outbuild taes at Schools and suggested that the Parents and Citizens* Assn. ex plore the possibility of obtaining al ternative material for the erection of a woodshed.

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

TOWNJTAL J ReV. Eric Mortley. -f ?. ^| Missionary Society, v.jh ','.', %t,^| of absorbing interest .. Le'n Sl^H C. of. E., Carcoar. to--v, -l' *\^H day) night. It is h ?--;„,- ',. :','' '^iqH attendance. ''? kJ^M Mr. and Mrs. Hen— ?? - , ^| Water Street, are at tv v.. :!! ^M ney, where Mrs. Ma.--v.. [ in ^^M seeking medical attent'V- tt^H Mtf. Ian Rickard. of v, .? b^b| was admitted tc\B!~v, -' rf:t|f!^i| Hospital on Monday f(,- : ,.!'s!'t*^B He is now sho-v\-in? ; ? , . -°t^H friends will be pleased *, ? ''Oni«^H Mr. Ray Gardinor. r,f ? r . pH staff, who has been ?r. ?;; ?-'r'j:''*1^H Polona, has co.mmi?ni--er! .....'', ^H days. ''? * * * H Miss Betty Pitzpatrvr;- - .- 0^ .^B Street, has taken 3 j,,-.^- - ^,'^?1 N'. Brlggs' store, A*3p1,':.- H * ¥ v, ? There was n parti-v1 ? ,.t j^M tendance at last wk'- ,.(.-,„ J^pj Blajmey Parents nrtn p ' : ??? ^ ^ '^B when opportunity vaq ?-?? . . . '-,TpW well Rev. J. McK'nnov p ,, ^H leaves shortly for Oilirn'--. Tho^B In attendance includorl...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OLD STORY! REMOVAL OF PINE TREES AT INTER HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

AN OLD STORY ! i REMOVAL OF PINE TREES AT INTER HIGH SCHOOL. An old story in a new fitting is the present position concern ing Hie pine trees fat Blayney Inter Hign School grounds. They have been there for more years than most P.. and C. mem bers care to remember. Represen tations were made to the Dept. ofj Education as far back as ten | years ago, to have them removed. It was first thought that a con tractor might be asked to pay for the privilege of removine: the trees because of the value of the timber in them. However this was ruled out after explanation. SOME REMOVED Thpn a contractor was obtained and he did remove a few of the trees but had to curtail operations hi order to carry out work on a cottage in the country. Last week's meeting of the Assn. was informed that the latter work had now been completed amd the home was occupied, but so far no more trees had' been dug up. Rev. J. MejKinney (Pres) : It has been, draperlng on for a long time and shonH be flnalisedj 'I think we...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO BE HELD AT CARCOAR THIS YEAR'S RAILWAY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

TO BE HELD AT CARCOAR ? v ? THIS YEAR'S RAILWAY PICNIC. Arrangements are well in hand for the Bailway Picnic which this year is to be held at Carcoar on November 7. A most attractive programme of sports is being arranged and this should add greatly to the enjoyment of the Iday states the Bathurst 'National Advocate'. Something that everyone will miss from the programme this year will be the absence of that veteran run ner Mr. Ell Farnsworth, who has announced that he will not be a competitor, Eli has a record that may never be equalled hi picnic events. He commenced running and won his. first race when a lad of twelve and has been competing in races for over sixty years. He has won over ISO races and- has won prize money to the sum of £480, truly an amazing amount for races of the picnic type. 'TITANIC STRUGGLE' On the last occasion the .Railway picnic was held he won. the Old Buf fers race after a titanic . struggle with another veteran Mrt J. Knight, of Cowra. It .was thought that...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nominations To Be Called For Two Competitions TENNIS ASSOCIATION'S ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

Nominations To Be Called For Two Competitions TENNIS ASSOCIATION'S ANNUAL MEETING Blayney District Hard court Tennis Assn. has decid ed to call nominations for two competitions this year. The most important will be the mixed doubles event, to be conducted along similar lines to last year. The second competition is a Me.ns' Sun | Entries for both close on Saturday week, September 3. with the secre tary (Mr. Jack Thwalte). When teams are (nominating the1 raises of all players it is proposed to register must accompany the en try'. Entries will be accepted' only hi writing, .and in accordance with competition Rule 2. which states : 'All players registered with the said Association .must be bona-fide residents within the boundary of the Association, which is 18 mHes from Blayney Post Office, nearest traffic able route, for at least one calendar month. Clause (2) That the radius for Competition or Cup Play In the Blayney district flhall be 15 miles from Blayney Post Office^' After nominat...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

BiAYWEY SPECIAL CATXll^PPPSALE TUESDAY, 6^h,SEf^EpK. 250 Hca^l -rf SriTJE 2500 SHEEP BOOKED p DATE Further Entries Invited OUTSIDE BUYERS ASSUBED. Pan IMaOs Lasvj BUYNEY^IXX^ ^ STATION Owing- to the ce«J. strike, the Kay ney P. aaA C. Aasn. jd|t .^not- go ahead wttto Its: jlan^ 4*anus:l{tca\ and' dtttrlot tsstdeota f or ionatlorai towavis the iSeooft*'* typewriter fund The taavmsr T»fll i» conunenced shortrs. , i

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS ASSN. IN SOUND FINANCIAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

TENNIS ASSN. IN SOUND FINANCIAL POOTim Blayney District Hardcourt Tennis Assn. finished the 1948-49 season with a credit balance of £45/4/7. This was revealed in the report of the treasurer (Mr. C. Crosby) sub mitted to Friday night's annual meeting of members. The Assn. was re-iormea last year afier being in recess for the warj period. The committee commenced the year with £27/13/9 and primcipal Income was from teams' entrance fees and registration of players. These totalled £18-18-0. During the year tournaments were conducted for the Hospital Younger j Set and Hospital Ball committee. The amounts handed over were £12-7-0 and £S-3£-0 respectively. Mr. Crosby was commended for the; manner in which the report was drawn up.

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. JOHN REED PRESIDENT; JACK THWAITE NEW SECT'Y [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

MR. JOHN REED PRESIDENT ; JACK THWAITE NEW SECTT Those in attendance re-elecjbed Mb*, John Beed as President for ' another tt^Ptn and Mr. Jack Tfrwalte Wps appointed secretary. Other officials are : Patron. Mr. S. M. Hood; Vice Presidents, Messrs B. Lyle amd F. Cobb; treasurer, Mr. Cy Crasby; committee, Messrs. C Lamb. T. Oates, R. Eason, C, Cook. A. Lloyd' and K, Grosser; Auditor, K Gresser. The President (Mr. Reed) suomit ted a verba£ report on the activities of the Assn« during the preceeding twelve months. WORK APPRECIATED Mr. Lyle, as Vice-president, spoke, of the very excellent job Mr Reed I had done both aa President and1 secretary of the Assn He had overcome many obstacles to keep the Assn/ functioning smoothly. Messrs F. Cobb and G Brain sup ported Ihe remarks made. It was resolved that Mr. Reed's work be ' recorded .in' the minutes/ This .motion was carried' by accla mation. COMMENCE SEPTEMBER 17 Members decide that ' entries ? for -he 'Mixed Doubles oompeti ttola ? shonta...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL CUPS PRESENTED GROUP VICE-PRESIDENT IN ATTENDANCE [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

FOOTBALL CUPS PRESENTED ? as ? GROUP VICE-PRESIDENT IN ATTENDANCE On Dakers' oval last Sunday afternoon the Senior Vice-Pr«fl(h dent of Grcfip 10 (Mr. 3. P^ Jaegar) presented the handsome Citizens' -Cup to Carcoar — winners ?of the Blayney District Football League's 1949 competition. Carcoar defeated Lymman Reds 5-2 in the grand final. ?Mr. Jaegar said he was pleased to see so many people present and to note the enthusiasm the match had created. He observed that some visitors had made it a real dav out bv brlnew ing lunches and creating a picnic atmosphere. Now that sport had reached the ' Sunday stage people could well do that. ' After complimenting both teams ;, upon the manner in which the game I had been played Mr. Jaegar present- { ed the Cup to the Carcoar captain, | R. Lloyd. | The latter responded and compll- j mented Lynman Reds upon their play, adding that it had been any body's game throughout. Mr. C. I. Cook. President of the Blayney District League, presented the Railwa...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROVERS CRICKET CLUB NOT TO HOLD DINNER. Secretary's Statement. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

ROVERS CRICKET CLUB NOT TO HOLD DINNER. Secretary's Statement. Owing to the heavy expense Which would be taoomMJ, Rover's Cricket Cfa.b members have de~ dded to abandon their annual dinner for this year. ThlB was stated to-day by Clubj secretary (Mr. Bern Jenner) whOj added : ; 'The members would like to take) this opportunity to thank all their frUowers 'for the generous support which enabled them to have the best; seasons cricket since tne commence ment of the club. 'Special thanks .must be given to Mr. E. Mumford, who donated a first' class cricket bat for the member^ with the best batting average at the close of the season. HEADED BOTH AVERAGES 'Brian Anlezark, who ,has been one of the Rover's members since, «ie commencement of tl»e Club wasi successful in winning both the bat ting and bowling averagei. 'He finished with a batting aver age of 20.2 and a bowling average of 64. 'We would like tto extena our congratulations to Brian for such a fine performance* FLAYED TOT EVBEY GAM...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

fTCUBS — Spare &Kt&yri& tatfi ^ Tabes, Cyple Mgflfl *pecW^ Mai OffAVn SpcciaBy AftanoVff To. '1

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

|,l HARDOOOfeT THSN& ASSN. I; ' A .MIXED DOUBLES COMFETI ! 9Z0W «i| be conducted along' sfanilar 1 t? *° **** yeBr* Team (nominations j «M*»V tvltfa the undersigned on SATIV OTtDAT, SEPTEJHBEJJ 3rd, at 6 pjm. NOMINATION FEES. I Nominations are to be. in writing. [ 'When nominating each team must !' submit names of all players to be ' registered. Registration of team 5/-; | Individual plaj'ere 1/- each. | Men's Competition. I Nominations are also invited for a | Sunday Morning Menjs Competition. [ Conditions similar to above. i J. THWAITE, Hon. Sec* ? 'Phone Blayney 5 Government Notice. ; WAR SERVICE LAND SETTLEMENT [ NORTH WAKOOL ESTATE— DEMLIQUIN. p ' ? R ? ' ? ? % ATTENTION is invited to a notifl ?j. cation hi the Government Gazette of I 12th August, 1949, setting apart twelve [p (12) blocks on North Wakool Estate i Situated about 30 miles south easterly I from Moulamein for Closer Settler ^ aunt Lease, available exclusively to i Members and Ex-Members of the p , Forces. |...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JACK CONNELL NEW PRESIDENT BLAYNEY CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

JACK CONNELL NEW PRESIDENT * ? BUYNEY CRICKET CLUB. Mr. Jack Conmsll was elected President of Blayney Cricket Club nt tne annual meeting of members, held at tile Bailway Institute lasjt Saturday evening^ The reth-ing President (Mr. Alan Kingham) did not seek re-election. Present at the meeting in additiqn to those mentioned were Messrs. j- Toohey. J. E. Toohey, R. Clancy, L.. Hildebrandt, A. Bayliss, Cliff Thomp son. U( Ryan, E. Hardiman, G\ Kingham, B. Jenner, F. Benham and B. Lyle. Mr. Les Hildebrandt was elected secretary of the Club, replacing Mr. Bert Lyle, who also .did 'not seek re elerticn on this occasion. OTHER APPOINTMENTS. Other appointments were : Patron, Mr. F. ML, Hill ; Senior Vice-President. Mr. J. E. Toohey ; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. J. Buckley, It, Commms, W. Brown. C. Patrick, R. Mulr Snr., W. P- Toohey, P. Masters, A. Walkom, Sy MalHck, H Smith, A. Commino, G-. Behn. G. C. Gordon, P. Hildebrandt, J:, Costello, H. Carroll. P. Toohey, C. Alexander, Pj Cutts, A. St...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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