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Lyndhurst Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
Lyndhurst Personal Items The engagement has been announc 1 Of Luna (AWAS), second dau. l,ler of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Evans, ? canowindra, to Bruce (AIF), third ,n of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hines, of 'The endows,' Lyndhurst. _ M A At the conclusion of the service St Emmanuel's Church on Sun iy morning last, the infant son of unner and Mrs. R.' Green was iristened Maxwell John. Gunner reen is at present home on leave ?om New Guinea. ? * * * I Mrs. C. Olsen spent the week-end |ere as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ft Hines. Mr. Olsen, who has been ft garrison duty in the south, has leceived a transfer. Charlie will be lenienibered here as one-time Post ftaster. I * * * I We regret to record that Mr. Jack Iflph is not enjoying good health. Bis condition is causing his relatives puch concern. I Mrs. F. Townsend has returned ome after an enjoyable stay in the Sty with relatives. * * * Mr. Vincent Hoad, of North Syd ey, paid a flying visit to the town hip last week to visit his uncle, Mr. ieorge Hoad, o...
Be Large Seed Production Centre Blayney - Millthorpe Bathurst Area [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
Be Large Settra Production | Centre j Blayney - Millthorpe Bathurst Area - 'It is my opinion that Blayney- _ - Millthorpe - Bathurst area will be- ; come one of the largest seed pro ducing centres in K.S.W-.' said Mr. W. Johns. Field Manager for Gor don Edg«U and Sons in Blayney. ?T — '' Mr. Johns was commenting on the possibilities which exist in Blayney dis trict. To him Blayney has a big future in the vegetable growing sphere. Mr. Johns likened Blayney to New Zealand. New Zealand was a long way ahead of Australia so far as vegetable \ production was concerned, but much of ; ': the land there was practically sand con taining no fertility at all. This had been built up with fertiliser and now it ^ was being sold for £ 80 an acre. ^ RAINFALL NECESSARY -1 'Where vou've eot the rainfall, tb« £! fertility of the ground can be built up,' ? said Mr. Johns. *P| Mr. Johns explained that before UK ? | ' war vegetable seeds were imported 'ftttib. .*^j New Zealand. ,, ^dj ' w^.s:iikm.aU^thB-L...
Female V.D. Cases On Increase DIRECTOR'S STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
Female V.D. Cases On Increase DIRECTOR'S STATEMENT The incidence of V.D. infection among women was increasing at an, alarming, rate, whereas among men it was on the decrease the Director of Social Hygiene ' (Dr. Cooper Booth) disclosed at Woodstock irecenlLy A stark increase in the incidence of V.D. had occurred in New South Wales in the latter part of 1943, mainly due to women, Dr. Booth de clared. Chief spreader of the disease was the 'amateur.' This type of girl was responsible for 90 per cent, of the cases of V.D. in the armed forces, he said 'The 'amateur' is not just the sin j gle girl. I say with regret that many j of the wives of prisoners of war and ! men in the services away from home i have given themselves to this way of I life,' Dr. Booth continued. Giving figures of the increase and decline in VD., he stated that in the depression years a distinct fall in V.D. infection had occurred in New South Wales. As the depression passed, the inci dence of the disease slowly incr...
MANDURAMA HALL DANCE GREAT SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
llANDURAMA HALL DANCE GREAT SUCCESS I The dance in aid of Hall funds, I held at Mandurama on Friday I night Jast|, was a great success. I The music was supplied by the liccadilly orchestra, and the floor ?as in excellent order. I The work of preparing tne noor pas in the hands of Messrs. Harry Rice and Dennis Knight, assisted by (Hisses Delia Knight and Jessie Fran Icis. The two young ladies were also joint hon. secretaries for the func tion and the success achieved was in no small measure the result of their efforts. The Hall Committee wishes to thank all who worked so hard in the hau and supper room.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
With toklck ue torte .... Every penny saved ia a direct contribution to the war eUort. W. do help the war effort ii we place our money in a Savings Bank account or ii we buy SA National Savings Stamps. thuTaVoSna unnecessary .pending. One page oi a National Savings StanlpboSk «JX? J^e. ' 'U/Il,^ook. wU1 P«k*«» « £10 Bond outright. ?%« US! required' '' 'CCePl6d ' * depO8it te ? £!tLy0Ur ^ee.book_an,d purchase your 5/- National Savings Stamps S££y«8£v£EBk or Money Order po8t OHice «« p-i7S5 SPEED THE VICTORY. m commoniuEflLTH snuincs bbiik NOTICE ~ A RS5^Dt°Ftf V' S? ** paid to the P«« °r persons giving ' A REWARD OF £50 will be paid for information leading to the conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire N«. ting on 'Coombing Park.' ec ANYONE FOUND TRESPASSING, Shooting, babbiting or Fishln* on 'Coombing Park,' will be prosecuted without reiptct to pe? ^DS' 20/4/'27. THE WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY LIMITED ^ THE FARMERS & GRAZIJERS CREAT STOCK RECORD AT HOMEBUSH Fo...
BARRY PUBLIC SCHOOL TESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
BARRY PUBLIC SCHOOL TESTS Following are the results of the March tests at the local school : — Class 9: B. Sparke. Class 7: N. Hildebrandt 1, B. Dover 2, R. Jones 3. Class 6: A. Roach 1, B. Toohey 2, P. Howard 3. Class 5: B. Hoadley 1, T. Roach 1. D. Chapman 3, C. Kable 4, M. Mas^rs 5, E. Roach 6. Class 4: A. Howard 1, M. Jones 2, W. Ryan 3. Class 3: K. Chapman 1. S. Bu!lo.'k 2, M. Ryan 3, T. Masters 4, R. Hilde brandt 5, S. Hoadley 6. Class 2: N. Kable 1, G. Graham Z, F. Kab'je 3, T. Roach 4, A. Kable 5, D. Stonestreet 6. Class 1: M. Sparke 1, G. Clancy 2, M. Hodson 3, R. Hildebrandt 4, R. Roach 5, R. Knapp 6, R. Ryan 7.
TRUNKEY PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
TRUNKEY PERSONALS It is understood that the marriage of Miss Lorna Cavan, of Padstow, and Mr. Leo Ryan, of Barry, will take place at Bathurst on Easter Saturday. Both are well known in Trunkey. Officers elected for the ensuing year at the annual meeting of the P. and C. Association on Saturday last, were: President, Mrs. A. Fletcher; vice-presidents, Mrs. W. Carroll and Mrs. A. Gould; secretary, Mr. M. Hunter; treasurer, Const. Gould. A credit balance of over £15 was re- vealed in the balance sheet.
GALLYMONT RESIDENT WEDS Ceremony In Sydney [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 5 April 1944
GALLYMONT RESIDENT WEDS Ceremony In Sydney A very pretty wedding was celebrated on March 4 at St. John's Church of England, East Sydney, when Beryl Jean &nbsp; only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fergesen, of East Sydney, was united in &nbsp; the bonds of matrimony to Leslie, second son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Howard, Gallymont. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The bride, attired in white embroid- ered satin with wreath and veil, carried a bouquet of frangipanni. She was at- tended by two school friends, Betty Pearson and Heather Martin, who chose blue georgette with halos to match. The giving away ceremony was per- formed by the bride's father. The groom was supported by his cousins, Messrs. Ron Wilkins and Charles Brierly. During the signing of the register, special music was rendered by the organ- ist of St. John's. The groom's gift to the bride was a pendant set with amethysts, and to the maids, white gold heavily studded dia- mante pendants. About 50 ...
GREAT ART TREASURES CAREFULLY HIDDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944
GREAT ART TREASURESl CAREFULLY HIDDEN I WASHINGTON— The 'Mona Lis.;' I 'Winged Victory' and 'Venus ci= I Milo,' three of the great art treas- 1 ures of the world, are so carefully I hidden that only a score of persons,® j know their whereabouts, Coniimanaei I Claude Scheffer. curator of the Fremh | National Museums told a Unite;, | Press correspondent in London. | 'The Germans tried to get tiic j Vichy group to bring them back f i their home in the Louvre, 'promising they would be well cared for, but th.j government refused.' Scheffer sai-i 'Not even Marshal Petain knwv. where they are now. Undoubtedly will be years before art objects French private collections, and t!:i- smaller French museums which hnve been looted by the Germans, will he traced and recovered. Many undoubt edly are permanently lost.' Long before the invasion, French museum officials worked feverishly, removing thousands of the most valu able paintings, statues and archaeo logical treasures in Paris. Trusted men wh...
Mandurama personals... [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944
I Mandurama pefsonals . . . II ^ coates returned to his unit r cqVuj-day last after spending leave f-tli llis Parents- relatives and [ c j. Woodward, accompanied l c daughter, Heather, after spend. a short holiday with his parents, ,uia Mrs. N. J. Woodward, fam friends, returned home by car |n \ionday last. 1,1 * * * A.fter spending the Easter vacation i'tli his parents and friends, Mr. C. f.anc;s returned to Parramatta on [oiiday night last. * * * Visiting his son, L.A.C. Willard, is jj. A if Willard. I^lr. O. Owens, after spending the Paster break with relatives and ! riends, returned to Sydney on Sun- j V night last. # ^ | Miss Marie Burke, of the 'Daily ? lirror' staff, spent the Easter holi iays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I E Burke. * * * Mrs. Leslie, accompanied by her ion, Brian, is spending a short holi lav' in Canberra. ♦ * * Mr. and Mrs. Aub. Quince and fam Jy are spending a holiday with Mr. ind Mrs. A. Quince. * * * Messrs. C, Schoefield and T. Coates lave left for Bo...
Country Area Being Sacrificing To City Interest:Dring, Lab. Member, Hits Out [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944
?Country Areas Being Sacrificed To City Interests s Dring, Lab. Member, Hits Out j Mr. E. P. Dring, Labor mem ber for Asftburnham, who has been a consistent crusader for decentralisation, again recently protested in the legislative As sembJy against the large-scale retrenchments in country indus trial staffs 'while city undertak ings wei-e allowed to carry on ?undisturbed.' He added, 'like a bolt from the blue, the master hand of the big in dustrialist overseas is suddenly going to crush the life out of the industrial development that has taken place in | our country towns.' Mr. Dring said this retrenchment was taking place because the pres sure had now been eased in regard to the urgent demand for munitions. j Members would be alarmed to know ! that the threat of dismissal was over shadowing the country industrial workers. The cut was being made only in country electorates. It show ed that the discrimination that had been shown down the years — that of aenying to the country dwelle...
SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME Easter Handicap To On Account [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944
SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME! Easter Handicap To On I Account I ? I The consistent On Account defeated ?] the Wagga horse, Lemhurt, and I; Bellarado in the principal race, the I Easter Handicap, at the first day I; of the Cowra Jockey Club's racing ?] and trotting carnival on Saturday. ft There was a record crowd in attend ance, and the' secretary (Mr. N. Ryall) after checking through past figures sai J he was convinced it was the best Easter Saturday meeting at Cowra for many years. The gate takings totalled £320. Jockey Locke rode a winning doiiM his successful mounts being Acquamore and Gay Romero. The former stored at 7 to 1 in the Improvers' Handicap, and Gay Romero came home full c* running in the Progressive Handicap. Gay Sally won the trotting doubk. defeating the favorite Lawn Wilkes in convincing fashion in the Club Handi cap, last event on the programme.
Lyndhurst Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944
Lyndhurst Personal Items Sgt. W. Black spent the Easier vacation at Lyndhurst as the guest of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mi's. A E Beer. * * * Mr and Mrs. A. Muggleton are at present on annual holidays. They ex pect to spend a few days in Sydney , ^ * * * Master Trevor Melrose, of Rock dale was the guest of his grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Emms, at 'Fairview,' for a few days. * * * News is to hand of the Tom Ma loneys, one-time residents of Lynd hurst and now of Lidcom.be. Mrs. ba loney, who is not enjoying the best of health, joins with her husband in sending Easter greetings to then many friends. % * * L.A.C. Ray Suddull spent a f to- days leave here recently with his mother,. Mrs. M. Suddull.
War Casualties In Empire [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944
War Casualties In Empire CANBERRA, Wednesday. — Em pire war casualties in the first four years of the war were 667,159, of which 387,996 were British troops. 109.800 Indian troops, and 74,338 Australian troops. Figures of battle casualties to all ranks of the armed forces in the British Empire in the first four years ' of war (excluding deaths from \ natural causes), made available by the ; United Kingdom authorities, were issued last night by the Prime Min ister (Mr. Curtin). The colonies suffered most heavily after Britain, India and Australia, with 25,786 casualties. New Zealand : suffered 25,717 casualties, South | Africa 23,825. and Canada 19,697. I Figures for the Empire are: — j j Killed. 158,741; missing. 78,204; wounded, 159,219; prisoners of war. i 270,995. Total casualties, 667,159 J Figures for the United Kingdom | are:— Killed, 120,958; missing, 29,469; Wounded. 93 622- nrisnripra nf ! 143,947. Total. 387.996. j Figures for the Dominions and col : onies (killed, missing...
Talent Hour Semi-Finals BLAYNEY-MILLTHORPE ARTISTS SHOULD POLL WELL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944
Talent Hour Semi-Finals BLAYNEY-M1LLTH0RPE ARTISTS SHOULD POLL WELL Both Biayney's and Millthorpe's representatives in the 2BS talent hour semi-final on Thursday night last did very well, and should be well in the running in the final count of votes. Miss Zelma Bamgarten (Blayney) sang 'Home Sweet Home' in fine' voice, while Rex Templeman (Blayney) rendered 'Silver Hair and Heart of Gold' very entertainingly. By request, | Rex also sang 'In My Khaki Ensem j ble,'' which song was composed by his | mother. ! Marie McKcnna and Barbara Phelan represented Mi'ilthorpe, and created a most favorable impression. Other semi-finalists were: Isma j Wearne, Stan Gibbons, Margaret But' [ rows, Bert Lamrock, Tommy Garah, Drv. Colin O'Keefe, Sally Kleoster and I Tommy Crenorme (all of Bathurst) ' (and Joan Arnaudon (Gilgandra). RESULT TO -MORROW The, voting wTIT be anrfounce3'* to-'° ~ morrow (Thursday) night.
MILLTHORPE Methodist Harvest Festival [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 12 April 1944
MILLTHORPE Methodist Harvest Festival On Sunday, 26th March, the an nual Harvest Festival Services were conducted, (he Rev. Lickiss, of Bath urst, being the preacher at both ser vices. Miss J. Wilson, also of Bathurst. rendered two delightful solos. The Fair, which this year took the form of 'an opportunity' shop, was opened on the following Tuesday af ternoon by Mrs. A. R. Hawke, of 'Pendarvis,' Byng, who praised the ladies for the great deal of work they had put into all the artic'ies for sale on the stalls, and the artistic way in which the hall had been decorated for the occasion: she also fittingly re marked upon the help of the menfolk, who are often overlooked in such functions, but nevertheless do a good deal in helping the ladies. i | Rosaline Corner presented I j Mrs. Hawke with a posy of flowers. \ j Also present on the platform was ; Army Chaplain Viney, who has been j over four years with the 'boys.' In i a bnef ralk. he told how the' A..C.F. j parcels are welcomed. I T...