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Popular Blayney Couple Wed Muir — Kingston Marriage [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944
Popular Blayney Couple Wed Muir — Kingston Marriage A popular Blayney couple, Miss Pauline Kingston and Mr. Donald Muir, were married at St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Blayney, on Wednesday after- noon. Pauline is the only daughter of Mr. and &nbsp; Mrs. W. P. Kingston, of Church-street, and Donald, who is better known as 'Chub,' is the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Muir, also of Church-street. Pauline made a charming bride in a lovely frock of tulle and lace. The frock, which was kindly loaned by Mrs. Stan Mallick, was made on simple but attractive lines. A heart-shaped neckline was trimmed with frilling and the sleeves were long and fitting. A diameate clasp was worn on the frock. A cut tulle veil, held in place by orange blossoms, was loaned by Mrs. E. Robinson, The veil was originally worn by Mrs. Robinson's mother. Pauline carried a bouquet of white roses, carnations, pink gladioli and other flowers. Miss Faith Clements, lifelong friend of the bride, was bridesmaid...
DEATH OF MRS. E. TOOMEY Former Newbridge Resident [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 29 March 1944
DEATH OF MRS. E. TOOMEY Former Newbridge Resident &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The death took place in St. Vincent's Hospital, Bathurst, recently of Mrs. Eugene Toomey, of George- street, Bathurst, and late of New- bridge. Deceased was born at New- bridge 52 years ago and was well- known and a highly respected citizen of that locality as well as Bathurst. She was a daughter of the late Mr. Phillip Ryan, of Newbridge. De- ceased is survived by her husband, three sons and two daughters. The &nbsp; funeral took place from the Catholic Church, Newbridge, to the Catholic &nbsp; portion of the Newbridge cemetery.
BARRY CRICKET Mental Hospital (Orange) v Barry [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
BARRY CRICKET I Mental Hospital (Orange)! v Barry I The above teams met in a social matB on the former's wicket recently, the ho: team winning. ^^ C. Muggleton, st Black, b Roxburgh J. Melville, st Black, b Roxburgh ? Jack 1 ooney, idw, d rvuAuuigii . . R. McKenzie, st Black, b Roxburgh A. Toohey, c Stein, b Roxburgh . R. Clancy, c Long, b Roxburgh . B. McKenzie, c Stein, b Clout ] Jas. Toohey, lbw, b Coudie .... W. Smith, c and b Coudie .... 2 B. Melville, run out ? E. Muggleton, c and b Roxburgh C. Dwyer, not out ? Sundries ? 4 Total ? 1 h Bowling: Privy 0/3 3, Roxburg 7/30, Clout 1/40, Coudie 2/20. RU! sell 0/22, Cork 0/5. MENTAL HOSPITAL W. Dewhurst, c Clancy, b Dwyer 6 A. Cork, b Muggleton ? 2 H. Stein, c A. Toohey, b Clancy 6 F. Black, st Muggleton, b Dwyer 2 K. Clout, c Melvil'ie, b Clancy . . 2 H. Coudie, c Toohey, b Dwyer . . 2 J. Russell, retired ? 3 J.. Privy, c McKenzie, b Clancy . J. Long, not out . . . .. 1 E. Smith, c Melville, b A. Toohey N. Roxburgh, run out ? J. Dr...
CARTRIDGES TO BE RELEASED Statement By W.A.C. Executive Officer [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
CARTRIDGES TO BE RELEASED Statement By WAC. Executive Officer A NUMBER of articles that, since the commencement of war, have been practically unprocurable will be available to country people in the near future. This was revealed by the Chief Executive Officer of the War Agricultural Committees (Mr. C. G. at Woodstock. Mr. Crane said that for several weeks factories had been able to fulfil all country storekeep ers' orders for cartridges. B wire less batteries would in the near fut ure be released for civilian use, he said. 'It would not be long before v/eFding gases will be supplied to country towns and man places out side these towns,' said Mr. Crane. The considerable difficulty experienced when obtaining horse shoes should vanish soon as large quantities of them have been released from the Army and factories are again making horse shoes, he said. 'Subsequently a large sum om money has been grant ed for the production of horse shoe nails, Mr. Crane revealed. 'Although the position ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
'POUND in Tucker Street, Blayney, ?^ TAILBOARD of Motor Lorry. Owner may have same f rooi MRS. iLOWE. W. J. Brady, Carcoar Licensed Auctioneer, Stock and Property Salesman „ and Estate Agent. Income Tax and Insurance Consultant and Valuator.^ DISTRICT AGENT FOR: * -OLONIAL' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. ??';: Classes of Insurance). , ?WU.-COX MOFFLIN, LTD.: Famour 'Tn-Kos' Drenches and U:ks (Stocks on Hand). i-'-'U-iGAR, GEDYE & MALLOCH LTD. f , ?? Ail Classes Farm Machinery). _„, i-'AitOUS 'CYCLONE' FENCING AND GATES. I CLYDE ENGINEERING COY. LTD. I (Farm Maejiinery and Duplicates). W. J. BRADY, Licensed Agent I Rnx ISTn 9- 'Phmift R OARCOAR WAR I^AN RALLY WILT. ™AKE PLACE IN THEAVRE BLAYNEY TONIGHT (WEDNESDAY) IN CONJUNCTION WITfeE THE USUAL PICTURE PROGRAMME. MR. COLIN GEORGE, Dis trict Loan Organiser, will address the gathering. Two active servicemen, WO1 FOSTER BROWN, M.M. and j WO1 LITTLEFAIRS, both j of the R.A.E., will be present. BLAYNEY BAND WILL RENDER A PROGRAMM...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
[?] The enemy is ^fe, cracking. I've dtfUl signed (£ '3P twice for Mf 'Onceforcash Jjg^. from savings ^B Once again by XsJjL 'Orn .flHP! mcome- |HKg| You could ,^3ft National /MP, M t*tve bought a bond, few* but what's . -I find saving *^^^b hard ' my 4, ^H) bond came K Cg^^ from a liB '' ^B^andpaymy -* Vtg deposit and l^llk instalments ^jlK^k with them* Every one of u» lias someone in the Navy, Army or Air Fftrce ?^a son, Juisband, father, brother, sweetheart or friend. Speed die hour of their triumph. Hasten die wonderful day when they'll come marching home with colours flying. Invest all you can in Victory Bonds for cash— buy more out of income by instalments. Every penny counts. BUY 5/- NATIONAL SAVINGS STAMPS Get them at any Savings Bank or Money Order Post Office. Paste them in the free 5/ National Savings Stamp Book. Use them to pay a deposit or ' instalments on your bond. PENNANTS WON FOR LOCAL LOAN lj^^3^BftL^^^__ form so that your subscription is K^HH^H^^^^^^^^^EHHMmL cred...
MILLTHORPE £516 For L.M.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
MILLTHORPE £516 For LM.F. The total income this year so far f- the Lord Mayor's Fund is £516, it w. reported at last meeting of MilUho-i Patriotic Committee. Bel The secretary reported that the rccc'J,. sports held for the Comforts Fund imp suited in a profit of £151/17/11. D*h to an amount collected beforehand, *Z0B Is to be forwarded to the Lord MayorB Comic its Fund. ' ^t Mr. Amos, president, thanked '^W members of the committee and also 'hoM who assisted to make the afternoon sucB a sue (is. I A special, vote of thanks was pass™ to the Orange, Blayney and Millthor« bands for their assistance. I METHODIST FAIR I The annual Methodist fair which t(m lowed the harvest home' services, was befl in the Methodist Hall. The followi« ladies were in charge of the various sta'M Flowers, Mrs. Willis; sweets, MisB Evans and Fiddick; drinks, Misses DoiB thy Evans andj i om« day; cbildreB stall, Misses Wiw .ir.o \ivy, fancy *- jM Mrs. Willis; calp.i, Miss Ecjvcr ani 1--9 Gay; refreshments, Mrs....
Recruits Wanted For A.T.C. Mobile Unit Shows Films At Blayney [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
Recruits Wanted For A.T.C. Mobile Unit Shows Films At Blayney Blayney was visited on Tm.:.:.., j by the Mobile Recruiting P: rtv c tbe Air Training Corps, R ' j led by S/L. MacPhillamy. connection with the appeal cruits a very interesting pr ?. of films was shown at the Blayney. The films dearie 'showed t . of the Empire spin' the ? . strides made in connexion wit ?..-?, pire Air Training S ??heme and the sue cess which has attended the efficien; training methods, both for air crew aiu: ground staff. One particularly interesting fih.i showed the preparations secretly made by Germany before the war, the occupation of the Rhineland, annexation of Aus tria, subjugation of Sudetenland, ami finally the conquest of Poland, all c- which followed direct statements mad; u™ r^orm?n\r rhat snrh action would niv be taken. FILMED BY GERMANS ' The effect of tbe film was en hanced by the fact that the actual scenes in Poland which were de picted were filmed by the Germans themselves, and the bruta...
C. of E. Parish of Carcoar GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
C. of E. Parish of Carcoar GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES. St. Paul's, Carcoar, 8 a.m. Ante Communion. St. Stephen's, Mandurama, 11 a.m., Litany and Address. Church of Emanuel, Lydnhurst, 3 p.m. Commination and Sermon. Carcoar, 7.30 p.m., Solemn Litany. — E. T. Pearce, Rector. Saturday, 10 a.m., Children's Ser vice, Carcoar. Women's Guild meeting will be held on Thursday, April 6 T/ie Guild will meet at the Church early in the afternoon for the Easter spring clean, then proceed to the Rectory for tea and business. All church women are invited. A military policeman on a train was making methodical inspection of each soldier's pass and finally came to a young private travelling in a compartment with a grey-haired lady who was obviously his mother. 'Let roe see your pass soldier' said the M.P. ' ' 'That's all right, officer,' said the lady. 'He's with me.'
SPLENDID MEMBER OF SCHOOL STAFF Mrs. Ralph Pollard Leaves Blayney [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
SPLENDID MEMBER OF SCHOOL STAFF Mrs. Ralph Pollard Leaves Blayney At the public farewell to the Rev. E. Tredinnick last week, op portunity was taken to say good bye to Mrs. Ralph Poilard. Mr. Pollard, who is the local C.P.S. , has been transferred to the relieving staff. Cr. Cook said that Mrs. Pollard had been actively associated with the Public School. On behalf of the citizens and pupils of Blayney and district he wished the Pollard family all the best. Mr. Dutton, who responded on behalf of Mrs. Pollard, said she had been a splendid member of the staff and the , school wou'id definitely miss her. i. Rev. Tredinnick also wished Mr. and Mrs. Pollard and daughter Bon every success in their new surroundings. Mrs. Pollard has already left for Sydney. Her husband and daughter Bon will join her at a later date.
Annual P. and C. Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
Annual P. and €. Meeting At the annual meeting of Burnt Yards Parents and Citizens' Association, office bearers elected for the ensuing year were as follows: President, Mr. A. Roweth; Vice-Presidents, Mrs. C. S. Baker and Mr. C. Southwell; Treasurer, Mr. C b. Baker; Secretary, Mrs. C. Southwell. It was decided to hold a school picnic late in April, arrangements for which will be finalised at next meeting.
POPULAR LYNDHURST RESIDENTS HONORED Farewell To Mr. and Mrs. Reg Steer And Family [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
POPULAR LYNDHURST RESIDENTS HONORED farewell To Mr. and Mrs. Reg Steer And Family On Saturday afternoon last, a public send-off was tendered J\lr. and Mrs. Beg. Steer and family in the Memorial Hall, at Lynd, luirst. When the guests of honor entered the hall a dainty posy was present ed to Mrs. Steer and Kathleen by Mrs. E. Doust. Mr. E. Doust acted as chairman and during the afternoon representa tives of public bodies tributed the de parting guests. Those who spoke were: Miss Beer, on behalf of Lyndhurst Red Cress; Mrs. O'Neil (Catholic Church); Mr. P. Morris (Railway); Mr; Fiddy (townspeople); Mr. J. Bell (Recrea tion Tennis Club). All expressed regret at the depart ure of Mr anrl TWre Aruir At the conclusion of the speeches, Mr. Doust, on behalf of the general public, asked the guests to accept, as an appreciation of their services, a sum of money with which they were asked to purchase something for their home. Mr. Steer fellingly responded. He would always remember his friends I...
Holy Week Arrangements In Carcoar Catholic Parish [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
Holy Week Arrangements In Carcoar Catholic Parish The following arrangements will ob tain in Carcoar Parish of the Catholic Church during Holy Week: — Today (Wednesday) , April 5 : Mass at Neville at 8.30. April 6 (Holy Thurs day) : Mass at Carcoar at 7 o'clock. April 7 (Good Friday) : Mass at Car coar at 9 o'clock; Good Friday Stations at Carcoar at 7.30 p.m. Holy Saturday: No Mass. April 9 (Easter Sunday) : Mass at Lyndhurst at 9.30 o'clock. — Rev. Fr. T. Wisely.
BURNT YARDS Snake Causes Excitement [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
BURNT YARDS Snake Causes Excitement Quite a stir of excitement took place at the local school during last week, when the girls who were having their lunch near a bush noticed a large brown snake approaching them. Loud shrieks and screams attracted the boys' attention. Thev lost little time in availnig them selves of hoes, spades, sticks, etc. After several well-aimed blows, the children soon had the reptile rendered lifeless, after which what remained was duly laid to rest beneath a pine tree!
BLAYNEY RACES ON APRIL 22 GOOD PROGRAMME ARRANGED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
BLAYNEY RACES ON APRIL 22 GOOD PROGRAMME ARRANGED Blayney is looking forward to a gala day on Saturday, April 22 — a combined race and sports meeting is to be held. The event is being sponsored by Blayney Patriotic Sports and Race Com mittee, with Mr. Langley Hill as hon orary secretary. The locale will be' *~reei fnce s paddock, a quarter of a mile from Blayney on the Barry Road. The race programme (9 stone mini muu for all races) is: — Flying Handicap (first prize £5, sec ond £1, third 10/-). Hack Race (£3, £1, 10/-). Blayney Cup (£10 and Cup, £3, £1). 14.2 Pony Race (£3, £1, 10/-). The Victory Handicap (£6, £1, 10/-). Consolation Stakes (£3, £1, 10/-). Flag Race, Open (£1). Flag Race, Ponies ( £ 1 ) . The sports programme comprises 100 yards handicap, tug-o'-war, 100 yards stepping competition, throwing the broom (ladies), weight guessing of sheep, and other eVents to be arranged on the ground. ROCKLEY RACES At a meeting at Rockley a committee was formed to conduct a Number 9 rac...
BARRY PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
BARRY PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. T. Cheney Jnr. and family left at the week-end for their new home at Penrith, where they have taken over a dairying property. Mr. and Mrs. P. Masters' and\ Mr. and Mrs. P. Hildebrandt have returned from thpir holiday at Manlv. : Pte. D. Thorpe, who is in a Dental Corps in a northern State, has finished his leave, and left to rejoin his unit. Mr. Graham delivered an instructive and interesting address to members of the Red Cross recently. Mr. R. Faidefl is home after a few days in Sydney.
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK ? Members of the Advance Blayney League are reminded that the meet ing scheduled for to-night (Wednes day) has been postponed. * » * Mr. Roy Lang, engineer at the Country Freezing Company's Works at Blayney, has made a good recov ery from his recent accident. His badly bruised leg has responded well to treatment. * * * | Blayney friends of the Lowe fam ily will be pleased to hear that Miss Shirley Lowe has passed here tele phonist's examination at the Gosfcrci post office. Shirley is the daughter , of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lowe, former i Blayney residents, now of Gosford. ; and a grand-daughter of Mrs. A. Rose, Tucker Street, Blayney. Mrs. A. O'Neill and family, who re cently left Blayney to make their home at Merewetber, Newcastle, are settling down in their new surroundings. In a 'letter to a Blayney friend, Mrs. O'Neill mentions that Moira has accepted a position on the clerical staff of the B.H.P. steelworks. Pat is now work ing on the staff of the Co-Operative Soc...