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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

D.WA. STREET STALL, in Blayney Baby Health Centre, 'vSASt': s Jj, URDAjY, XPRIL l.—Mrsl E. J cock, Hon. Sec. THE COLONIAL MUTUAL ^ INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.' | THE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICE 74 PUT STREET, SYDNEY, N&W. . Efficiency and Integrity are the keynotes of this Company. fa consideration is the watchword. Prompt and ( honorable . i ? ;'|F Of all claims is the 'motUfc' / I, Represented throughout this district by — || W. J. BRADY — CMtCOAR . v.;.;!

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

CAM REED & SON I (late DAVE REED). Undertakers & Monumental I Masons. H Adelaide Street, Blayney. H 'Phone 60. ? Funerals Conducted Reverently H and Dignified. H Local Representative: ? Mr. Arthur Higgs I 'PHONE: CARCOAR 3. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Blayney's Big Conference Arrangements Well In Hand [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

Blayney's Big! Conference I Arrangements Well In Handl Blayney intends to - H forthcoming »griciiiltMr;'i coni ence worthy of the tow?t iuid dis trictL ? At last meeting of Bl.-yney v- -- A.gricultural Committee, was expressed that the will do much to promote a betur to. ing between the farmers ant1. : jov?r ment departments, leading ;';-v ^ co-operation between all c ?'?.?rfiC It is almost certain that ti;' c-- :: ference will be held on April 19, .1-' ' will be attended by farmers ajv.i c ? partmental officers for the purpose of discussing all matters relating to the production of foodstuffs in this dis trict. The past harvest will be reviewed, and experiences gained by all parties will be gone into with a view to eli minating mistakes and differences or opinion. Since the meeting, the honorary Secretary (Mr. C. I. Cook) has oeen in communication with Mr. Bullock (Director-General of Agriculture 1 and Dr. McMillian (Chairman of' thy Vegetable Seeds Committee), who have both signif...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET Barry vs. Wimbledon [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

CRICKET Barry vs. Wimbledon I Barry defeated Wimbledon, on Sun day, March 1, in a social match a Perthville. Scores : WIMBLEDON. H. Gold, c Gammon, b Toohey, o T Rawlinson, b Melville, 20; L. Shear ing b Melville, 32; P. Haley, b Mel ville, 3; O'Neill c McKenzie, b Toe hey,' 0: R. O'Brien, l.b.w., b Toohej 0; N. Caldwell c Gammon, b Toohey 7; T. Lonergan, b Toohey, 0; P. Glaz* brook, b Toohey, 19; R. Lewis, no out, 10; sundries, 6. TOTAL 99. Bowling: J. Toohey. 6—40; J. Mel ville, 4 — 53. BARRY. B. McKenzie, b Haley, 0: B. Mo: ville, hi Gold, 4; R. McKenzie, c da?', brook, b Morris, 9; A. Toohey, rui out 16; C. Gammon, c O'Brien, n Ha ley, 66; J. Melville, b Shearing, 15; J Toohey, l.b.w., b Shearing, 19; W Samoson b Shearing, 0; B. Toohcj not out, 11; N. Dowton, c Gold, b Ha cr ley, 1; E Neil, b Shearing, 4; sin tl: dries 6. TOTAL. 151. Bowling: Gold. 1 — 35; Haley, 3- -.'54 sc Shearing, 4 — 41; Morris, 1 — 13; Glazf o brook. 0 — 12. he ? ^ fa

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500 ATTEND HOBBY'S YARDS PICNIC RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

'OT ATTEND HOBBY'S YARDS PICNIC RACES Hobby's Yards Red Cross con ducted its first picnic race meet ing on Mr. W. Brown's course on Saturday afternoon, in conjunction with a programme of sporting events. The course was specially fnr the occasion, and over ? ? ? 500 people were present. They came from Lyndhurst,' Mandurama, Neville, Trunkey, Barry, Newbridge, Caloola, Tuena and other district centres. It is asticipated that about £160 will be cleared, this being twice the amount of tba previous best effort. The organisers are naturally very pleased with the result, and wish to ex press their thanks to all who assisted to make the meeting such an outstanding success. There we're many officials and other helpers, and it is doubtful whether any recent sports effort in the district has been conducted so efficiently. An interesting programme of sports events was staged, and, although the meeting was registered, it was impos tible to obtain the services of a book maker. It was considered t...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Happy Neville Function Bids Farewell To Rev. Tredinnick [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

Happy Neville Function Bids Farewell To Rev. Tredinnick A large gathering attenaed the Ne ville Hall on Monday night, March 20, for the dual purpose of saying fare well to the Rev. E. Tredinnick and his wife and buying goods which were collected after Sunday's Harvest Fes tival in the Methodist Church. Several items were given by local and Blayney folk. The Brabham sis. ters, Miss Zelma Bamgarten, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Lyburn, Misses Marjorie Collins Beryl Devenish, Doris BrooKS ana Master Max Collins sane various numbers. - ' Rev. Mr. Tredinnick recited two poems and was also the chief char acter in three sketches. In one sketch «e and his friends were supposed to wTv,1'3 of the local fire brigaae, «+ ?ir game of cards proved too interesting for them to leave in onler ~ 'Kentucky,' Neville School or Mr. Bill Dowsett's place. 'ieiourth for the night J S1® Neville 'pub' was f: ,^1S time the story was an entirely different one. Cards were scattered m all directions in one eager rush to sav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

I To-day, wool, fat stock and produce from every ' corner of the State are summoned to serve the cause of Britain and her Allies, and to meet Australia's war-time needs in food and clothing. Pitt, Son and Badgery Ltd., are vitally playing their part in ensur- i .£ ing that all consignments sent to their care are y marketed under the best possible conditions and ! receive expert, individual attention through all stages of handling, storage and sale. PITT, SOS AND BADGERY LTD. WOOLBROKERS 4 O'Consnil Street, Sydney; Darby Street, Newcastle. Branch Office: Boorowa. Licensed Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents NOTICE A RfcWAED OF £ 150 will b)e 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 tin conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Net ting on 'Coombing Park.'' ANYONE FOUND TRESPASSING, Shooting, Rabbiting or Fishing on 'Coombing ...

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SEVILLE PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

WNEVILLE PARS ffigy§|r.' Jim Gray has returned to Or ^MOg'^ after holidaying in Neville. ®||g|r.MaxOats, of Sydney, is spend Bjpjglnis vacation with his father, Mr. rallpppce Vane has been discharged j^pimi jthe Carcoar Hospital. BiM&raon* Loble v Sf-n of Jw.r anrl Mrs j^ffl ljobley, has been in hospital, l|||||re Jie had his leg stitched after 8H8aBrig-;it ' with' an axe. ' Mrs. McGregor have re mMsd-v'from- Sydney where they j^^^b^en- visiting Mr. McGregor's Sykes, senr., have with their daughter, arrived from Welling BpMpSaftlPday last to visit her son. ?^^^^apigiiter, Mr. and Mrs. K. BflfiljgVwair^a general exit from the Jast, when the Hobby's Yards to attend a race meet ing' held in aid of the Red Cross.

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Blayney Bowlers Compete In Championships [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

Blayney Bowlers Compete In Championships I Blayney bowlers were visitors to 5* Bathurst for the Western District i'J Championships. I* Other Clubs represented were Batb urst. Orange, Lithgow, Blackheath and I With the singles only to be finalised, | Katoomba Club who has annexed the ; [ pairs and fours, is given every chance j' of securing a 100 per cent, victory. In- the pairs championship, Blayney |v defeated Blackheath in the second round, j:, 24-21, but .in -the final had to strike [ 1 its colors to Katoomba, who established P- a substantial lead. early in the game. The j' final scores were 26-20. At one' stage , the scores were 8-2, in favor of Katoom ^ ba, who, however, were only three in front after the second last end. Mr. T. Black, President, on behalf of ; Blayney Club, congratulated Bathurst bowlers on the success achieved in - staging the tournament, j Bathurst stages these events very ' sa^ Mr. Black. 'I am sure al'l Siting bowlers have thoroughly en !f«i$6yed themselve...

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Australians In Ramu Valley [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

Australians In Ramu Valley Ramu Valley, near Mene Hill, well forward in the Finisterres, officers and men discuss orders as a patrol prepares to move out into the jungle to make contact with the Japanese. — Department of Information Picture.

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WAY FOR BLAYNEY NURSES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

feLATfNE^ NURSES (Biy 'Scribe') foundations of th*3 new domestic ^quarters at Btoyney i';':. District Hospital give an indica tion of ttie modern home which '? ' is being' provided for the comfort of the domestic staff. iirhinfl £iVCl^ .LUVUCXU LUaVClUCUVC VT''v.. can be built in by the contractor has been arranged for, but these can only WHIffi.-:-- help if comfortable furniture is 'in- staued. ?fggpV' The Board is faced with the prob lem of providing £100 for necessary furniture and looks with confidence H»|| to the generosity of the public to pro ?Bi vide this necessity. HR) A subscription list, is already open |H8|, and subscriptions may be lodged with lH|| the Chairman, Mr. E. E. Ewin. |j|[ use of cow. Mat ' Pending the arrival of the Hospi tal's own cow, we are grateful to Mr. IMarsden for the use of his cow, but it is noticed that the feed isi fast/ dis appearing. Perhaps some kindl^.uls. posed country resident has a surplus of suitable hay or chaff. Any small M IBM* a, gicat...

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A.T.C. FILMS TO BE SHOWN TOMORROW NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

A.T.C. FILMS TO BE SHOWN TOMORROW NIGHT The public is invited to attend the presentation of films, inciu- J ding 'Nazis' Strike,' to be shown ^ at Theatre Blayney tojnorrow night (Thursday). J-C Tbe films are under the aus~ v' J. pices of the Air Training Corps.

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WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

WOOL SALES 1 Prices obtained at Winchcom.be, Carson's Sydney wool appraisements last Friday, included: T. C. Hackney. Buckburraga comeback 20|d, 20 Jd, 18d, xbred 20Jd, 19Jd, 181-J Imbs 15d. A. H. Denton Mandurama, crossbred lambs 14d. N. B. Purser, Blayney, lambs 1443, 133d.

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BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

BLAYNEY TOWN TALK Gnr. Harry Gerty is spending seve ral days' leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gerty. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ron Clark, of Bath urst, weekended in Blayney. Mrs. Collins and son. Gordon, of Ogilvie Street, returned heme on Sat urday afternocn after a fortnight's holiday in Newcastle. * * * Mr. Bill Death, of Ping's Plains, who underwent an operation to his arm recently at Blayney District He - pital, is now making steady improvr ment. * * # Miss Ara Logan, who had her ap-r pendix removed a while back, has re sumed work at the Niagra Cafe. Miss ; Logan spent a recuperative holiday in ' Sydney, and is now her old self again. , * * * I Blayney Diggers' Auxilary's 50/50 ! dance will be held in the Memorial i Hall to-night (Wednesday). The usual | good music and supper will be pro- i vided. j i Gnr. Os. Looley arrived on Monday morning to spend leave with his peo ple at Neville, it is nearly two years since this district soldier has been home, having been at a battle ...

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BURNT YARDS Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

Burnt Yards j Personal Items After spending a very enjoyable ! holiday on the Mountains, at Ratoom , ba, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Baker, of I 'Lyndfielc^' have now returned home. I Mrs. J. J. Harris, who recently un. } derwent an operation at Carcoar Dis l trict Hospital, is doing well, and ex lj fleets to be going home next week 1:; ena. ?If ? A letter has been received from Pte Sr. ; G. W. Healey, expressing his thanks ?| . ? and appreciation to the Comforts |f! . Fund for a parcel recently received. I i.. _ Miss Elsie Cole is at present spena . ing a holiday in Sydney. iv- . ? ? ? ? ? i'l

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Lyndhurst Personals And Pars [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

And Pars The' many .friends of Mrs. V. Smith I* ?. iwill be sorry to hear she is not en t, djoying the best of health. Her dau ghter, Amelia, is at present home ky from Cowra to attend to her. kr ?' . ? ? ?»«-_ T.«ir T3/ill i c at nrpspnt Off I a*i_L . ocuwn- J — — - x ? work, suffering' from a broken rib, caused toy falling off a load of chaff. ?- ? ? ? ? ? I' Mrs Hirst has not been enjoying lb -the best of health and has had a few | ' ?' days in . bed. Is ' * * * I At present visiting her aunt ana ? mncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. Emms, at i?'.r 'Eairview' is Mrs. Mayberry, from 1 Dapto, South Coast. Mrs. Mayhem's j' daughter, Claire, accompanied her. ? ? ? v jlr Fred Fuller is another of our locals to be a victim of influenza, ana had to have a lew days in bed. We are glad to say Fred is now up and around again Mrs. Doust, senr., left last week to spend a fortnight's holiday with her sister at Summer Hill. Visitors staying1 with Mr. and Mrs. R. Cobb, at 'Burkeville,' are Mrs. Maloney, fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

Auction Gallymont SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1944 - Commencing at 2 P.M. / HAVINQ received instructions from C. F. GREEN, Esq., I will sell by Public Auction at the aboveme'ntioned property, Gallymont, SHEEP, CA1 ILfc, HORSES, SULKY and HARNESS, MACHINERY, ROTARY PUMP, PIPING and FITTINGS, GALVANISED IRON, «c. ' . ' THE FOLLOWING AREi INCLUDED IN THE SALE : 100 Sheep, 16 head of Fat and Store Cattle, Cows with Calves, 1 Saddle and Sulky Horse, 1 Saddle Horse, 2 Fat Pigs, Poultry, 1 Rubber Tyre Sulky, Sulky Harness, Springcart, Saddle and Breeching (new). ? 1 No. 3 Rotary Pump (nearly new), quantity Piping and Fittings;- Fanning i Machinery; quantity of Tools; 20 Sheets Galvanised Iron (almost new); ^ and sundry articles too numerous to mention. As Mr. Green is leavin gthe district, everything is! for absolute sale. T. G. STAMMERS, LICENSED AUCTIONEER CARCOAR — PHONE 41 DON'T GUESS —it's dangerous! Messrs. Cocksure, Complacent and Cant lo'se are a menace to the war effort. They confuse optim...

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HOBBY'S NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

HOBBY'S NEWS Pte. Clive Meek, son of Mr. a:iB Mrs. Norman Meek, of 'LyndfieldS arrived home last week from his ove:S seas station, to spend accumulated leave with his people. Clive has nofl served four years in the Army. I

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HOSPITAL FUNCTION AT NEWBRIDGE CLEARS £24 [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

hospital function AT NEWBRIDGE CLEARS £24 (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) The, recent effort at Newbridge in aid of Blayney District Hospi tal, proved a great success, and the Hospital will benefit to the extent of £24/10/. Mesdames Marshal Hood and Paul Glasson undertook the task of col lecting, .and very few escaped, al though I feel sure all donations were given willingly for such a deserving cause. A tennis evening- was also held last Saturday afternoon (March 18) on Mr Marshal Hood's 'court. The day turned out much better than was ex pected, and an enjoyable afternoon was spent. There were several visitors from Blayney, including Matron Gilmore and Sister Cass, of the Hospital staff Many close and exciting games were played. In a competition arranged amongst the players present. Miss Bessie Wil son proved the winner, very closely followed toy Mrs. Garland, Mrs. Short and Mrs. Haley, for the ladies, while Rev. McKinney was too strong for the men. A. very dainty afternoon tea was provid...

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QUIET WEDDING Robinson — Kind [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944

QUIET WEDDING Robinson — Kind A quiet and informal wedding was celebrated at the Methodist Church, Blayney, last night, when Miss Eliza- beth May Kind, popular Blayney busi- nesswoman, was married to Mr. John Robinson, of Orange. Rev. E. Tredin- nick performed the ceremony — prob- ably his last in Blayney. Miss Kind is the youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kind, of Lyndhurst, and the 'groom is the youngest son of Mrs. John Robinson, of 'Warrendeen,' Orange.   The bride entered the church in a   smart delphinium blue frock of a light woollen material. The frock featured long-fitting sleeves and a   plain bodice. The skirt was relieved   with heart-shaped pockets, with trim-   mings of the same material. The   bodice was trimmed with a type of frilling, and a blue and pink spray   was worn on the frock. Navy blue accessories toned with the outfit. Miss Kind carried a bouquet of c...

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