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ENTRIES FOR KNOCK-OUT CLOSE ON AUGUST 28. No Football Matches At Blayney Next Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

ENTRIES FOR KNOCK-OUT CLOSE ON AUGUST 28. ? * h. No Football Malmt At Bhyney fteitSanfey. 1 -.' i k k'UESLL & iambi* of tetam, Ineladiiur Thla t- wa«^«v«aled ryesterAay by Mmm$^ imuA a reminder S^SwOobs clo»e next Sunday,

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

RECORD GATE Gate takings at Sunday's foot ball on Dakers' oval amounted to £30/17/-, representing the highest figure for many years! District League Secretary (Mr. Joe Pannowitz) sa«d it was the highest sum collected sjnce he had been interested in football in this It Is now thought that over £100 j will be available for distribution] amongst the four teams making the finals. Carcoar will receive half of the money, Lynman Reds 30 per cent and Blayney Railway and Barry each 10 per cent, j This money will be officially pre sented to the teams at the Footbal lers' and Ambulance ball to be held at Blayney early in October. The attendance at Sunday's game exceeded 600.

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

THE ROYAL GARAGE For Qmck and Dependable Towmg Service. K

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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TAXATION IS FORCING MEN OFF THE LAND. Views Expressed at Blayney Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

TAXATION IS FORCING MEN OFF THE LAND. ? * ? Views Expressed at Blayney Meeting. 1 tblnk the taxation burdens . placed on men «m the land is the reason why people are leaving the land.' This view was expressed bv Mr. IPerce Masters at a public meeting- at Blayney last week. It was addressed by Cp. J. P. Tate, Chairman of the [Cumberland County Council, who spoke on immigration and decentra lisation. Mr. Masters said some consideration should be given to relieving the bur den of taxation. ' 'We have it right here in .'our midst. Young men who go on the land can make a certain amount and then' they 'can get no further', he added, ' ACCEPTED FACT. Cr. Tate. said it was an accepted (fact that the less work some people I did the better they were off from a taxation point of view. The Incidence of taxation was such that it was forcing some men to con siderably reduce their efforts and others to remain practically at a standstill. SOME CONCESSION. Cr. 3Mb sati the 'question was whether the ...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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APPLICATION FOR £1000 SUBSIDY. Macquarie County Council Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

APPLICATION FOR £1000 SUBSIDY. ? as ? Macquarie County Council Meeting. Application has beon lodged for a subsidy of £1000 for the year 1950 from the Dept. of Local Government. This was revealed at last .meeting or tne Upper Macquarie Coumty Council, formed recently to deal with ^eradication of the noxious plaint Yass River Tussock. Lyndhurst Shire Council's delegates to the County Council are Cra. A. 'Amos and G. H. Blarfey. CROWN LANDS Following discussion on the infes tation of Tass Tussock on Crown tands, the Council decided to ap proach the Prime Minister, wfth a view to his receiving a deputation from the Council at some time when ne was visiting jsatnurst, to discuss matter* arising from the problem of controlling Yass Tussock, particular ly -on Crown Lands. Council decided to instruct the ?weeds inspector to inform owners who had only a light infestation of Yass Tussock that they must take immediate steps to eradicate the ?weed entirely, and1 when the weed was more heavily i...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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FOOTBALL. BLAYNEY DEFEATED SPRING HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

FOOTBALL. BUYNEY DEFEATED SPRING HILL. ?? ? '? *» - Blayney Bailway team proved too good for Spring Hill in a football match ptayed on Bakers' oval last Sundayj and ran out winners by five points to nil, Spring Hill Club was represented, by J. MoaJd, F. Dooley, B. Howell, P. Ginns, Lu Bottom, J. Harvey, P. Rap-. ley, A. Moad, A. Dittmar, R. Burns, | J, Fittman, K. Ginns and P. Schu bert . ' ! J. Masters, F. Woodford. C. Wood-. ford, L. Chapman, T. Ryan, M. Hil debrandt, C. Rudd, F. Davis. R. Davis, N. Ryan, 'K^ Ryan, J. Davis. I C. Cartwright and M. Mooney turned but for Railway. A change was made at half time; j Play was fairly even during the first half, m which period the only score of the match was registered, j From a scrum near the Spring Hill line the Railway half back Max Hil debrandt picked up and cut through two opposing players to score near^ the poste. Rudd converted. ! I After the interval the Sprjng Hilli men turned on some good 3/4 line! movements. A feature was the e...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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Young Players Should Benefit By Cricket Club's Decision BLAYNEY OUT OF ORANGE COMP. THIS YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

Young Players Should Benefit By Cricket Club's Decision BLAYNEY OUT OF ORANGE COMP. THIS YEAR Bhyney Cricket Chb members decided at die annual ?eeting lust Saturday night not to play in the Orange Dis trict Cricket Asa's competition daring the 1949-50 season bat to affifiate with the Blayney District Cricket Assn. This in ton wifl affiliate with the Western Districts Cricket Council. The annual meeting of the Blay- ? My Asm. has not been held yet ' »ttt It |s authoritatively stated 1** It wffl Join the Western This move will give Blayney play ere greater opportunities to take part in Inter--district games and should be of immense benefit to the younger fry. INTER-ASS?!. GAMES The Western District Council allo cates a specified number of infer lAasociation matches each year. In the past, when Blayney has bean Sinliated with Orange, only those players taking part in the Orange competition were eligible for selec-j Won in the Orange Assn. team. !T*to meant that BTayney's rep resentatio...

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

$v^ y/ — and your baking results will be delicious ^| / too when you use only pure Aunt Mary's ^| Baking Powder. Aunt Mary's gives that ^| ''even-rising' action — the secret of ?!l ^| good baking. ^H (tiini ttiattp I BAKING POWDER I Ask for all the Aunt Mary's Pure Food Produce ^H TAKE IT EAST AT- I SINCUIRS CAM Popular Carcoar Rendmoos H PETERS' ICE CREAM H FBOZBX DBINHS ? TOBACCO, CIGARETTES ? BEFBIGEBATED SMAUCMXlM FRUIT AND VEGETABLES H CAKES. H 'Phone 93 : : Boil CARCOAR. I Agents : McFarfawPs ? Dry Cleaning, &»*? JOSEPH HINES & m Stock, Station, Real E*kfl General Business Agerf» ? Atrfkmm Vak^B MANDUKAMA ? ?phoote ?». oFF**B I A^nts for-Llfe *''£,? eml tosuranee, Cooper VJ AWA Radiolas, ^uWJ2SB -VawSgSI FARMERS & GRAZIER! D»ri^ 1^ iW^Si*^ .^ Tfc. F.* G, « « ''? wtmwl 1«W «d «wt for tipwp^H W* . ? «i|

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

WHENINCARCOAR Dine At Tk« Penguin Inn Safe W. M. JUPF, Proprietor. WE gFMr SBUXiLGOODS 1 Cooked Msafe Now Obtainable. HIGH-CLASS MEALS AT ALL ? HOUB& ? Travellers SpedsBjr Catered For Cakes. Light Befreshments, Soft Brinks, FroU ?od VugtUhltm Sapper m Saturday Night* ! ?.?irtii ft ' TnmpbMt Bo«t and Shoe

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

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

CAB8 KBKtf SKlMJat«rrB»fIO-r SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 Matinee and Night. DANNY KAYE in— 'THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MnTY.' Phis— 'ARTHUR TAKES OVER' Also 'Monkey Time News' (Short) ntpteffli- ???. ?.

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New School Teacher's Residence Needed At Blayney P. & C. TO MAKE REPRESENTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

?few School Teacher's Residence I Needed At Blayney ?P. & C. TO MAKE REPRESENTATIONS ? rf Lydhurst a™ Co^cUand BUmy Chamber of Lm |« m maW ^-~+tmi to the Dept. ,f Ea»cati»n to ? a «w ;,cl,oo! eachers' residence erected at BlaW ??e mstxcv was c ? ? ?. ? Lssed at ^?August mocttnr; . er jneni ^B were infaintt^d -?: , t a teach ^Bad been transferred from ??hey and his residence was ??kvallable for the deputyhead ??W to be appointed here. ??ts stated that difficulty was ??Experienced in obtaining ac ??feation for the new teacher ??2 view of the position he was ???cvould most likely be a piar |Hn. . I . ??E LAND AVAILABLE ^B 1943 the Dept of Education ??h a block of land in Osman ?? This was acquired for the ?ft of erecting a new resMence ??far (nothing has been done. ?? J. McKinney CPredL) 8aid he ?H know whether other Schools ?? State were having the same ??ty with staff as Blayney. ?M struggle and struggle and ??get reasonably well establish ?? then someone gives us a push ?ft-...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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G. EWENS WON ROTHERY TROPHY LYNDHURST RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

G. EWENS WON ROTHERY TROPHY LYNDHURST RIFLE SHOOTfflG Shooting was below tfce usual good standard when the final round of the H. Rothery trophy wop fined lit Lyndhunst. O, Ewens easily led to win the trophy while G. Winterbottom flniah ed with a good shoot to fill seooud place, after counting out J. Healey. j, CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP HONO0BS ?? TO JACK EMMS !Bbe Club ChamptoswHp «fc» | tenmluated, resulting in an , eaar 5 wta for J. Boons by 19 potato:. | He finished with the good eeor* of | 899, with W. Smith runner-up . with f 580: ' i I Scores : j ' 500 600. ITcpi 'PL | R. Hoad .v .... 38 35 ,«i 794 | G. Winterbottom 88 36 S 78 I J. Emnw ...... 38, 35 4J TTJ 1 O.Kmn* .. .. ..34 3« 7 77 §. J.,1?, Smith .... 37 83 T, 7T § J-3Mey :... ..86 ?*?.. 5t .TO I' ?? ? ' ' a .PtiflSlfi^ I ?

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Carcoar's 5-2 Win To Take Football Premiership LYNMAN REDS GO DOWN FIGHTING [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

Carcoar's 5-2 Win To Take Football Premiership LYNMAN REDS GO DOWN FIGHTING Excellent backing up by Bill Simmons, which put him over in the comer for a superb try, provided the margin by which Carcoar defeated Lymnan Reds in the gran&iuial of the Blayney District Football League's competition on Dak ers' Oval last Sunday afternoon. / Carcoar won by five points to two and Simmons scjored ?H his team's points by also landing: a weH judged field goal mid-way through the second half. The biggest crowd for many years witnessed play. Right throughout it was anybody's game and in the closing stages, the Reds thrtfc-quarter line functioned perfectly and players were almost over on two or three occasions. THE! TEAMS Mr.j Con Abbott, of Blayney, was referee and the teams were : Carcoar: O. Furner, A. Smith, L. Kind, H. Simmons, W. Simmons, R. Lloyd. R, Maloney, E. Smith, I* Trudgett. G. Bright, K. Ktnd, J Moore and Ben Lowe. Tjynnian Reds: G. Prosper, W Barnes. J. Radburn. R. Carney, ...

Publication Title: Blayney West Macquarie
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SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 29 ACCROSS [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 29 ? AtXROSS 1. Restricted 7. Bogues 13. Receptioo M. Noted Navigator 15. Sluggithaew 16. Creed 17. French city 18. Kingly 19. Plot of groaaA 20. Abash 21. High 24. F«m«k ruff 25. Tootb 26. Bone 28. Sweetheart 31. Whet 34. IndigMt 37. Mineral . 39. Like an aps 41. Dishof h«rb» 42. Error ' 43. ImRatt . / 44. Coins t» 45. Couftumed 46. Host cherished 47. Ropes DOWN 1. Shearer 2. Ofkindeys 3. Jlean 4. Earn 5. Favourites t. End of life 7. Kingdom 8. Mark 9. Oi&iraien- w*rk 10. Lady's-maid 11. Endemic . . 12. Starry 22. Ascertain 23.' Abundant 26. Abashed 27. Yellow broom 29. Transgress 30. Slushes It. Kupret* opinion 33. Chemical 15. OccnrreBe* 3fc. Resided 37. BW 38. Afterward 40. Rodent .41. Fat SOLUTION - NEXT WEEK tNSWEK TO CROSS* OH I1 I No. 28 ? -,-, I

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JAP. BREAK FROM COWRA CAMP. Representations for Gallantry Award. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

JAP. BREAK FROM COWRA CAMP. Representations for Gallantry Award. Representations are being made to offlojal quarters to have a Vic toria CMS* or George Cross awarded to one of the war's for gotten heroes— Private Benjamin Cower Hardy. Here for the first time is told what happened at Cowra prisoner of war camp on August 5, 1944. Hardy, aged 46, was killed when S.DOUI. XUUU «IH.piUJi:»e puonuwo v'. '«»» attacked their guards and stormed the barbed wire entanglements. Hardy was In his tent whan the Japanese, armed with baseball bats and: knives, attacked his Vickers gun and killed the two members of the crew. Hardy fought his way to the gun and threw the lock out of the reach of the Japanese. Without the lock the gun could not fire. . nte **» Uk* ?»»* *'*£? lateiy, but Mf ia-?tto* imdoabtedly s*ve* the Uvm «T huaOrmOn of ,..ol««» and cwnl^'v *? ' ?' ? ^©Bards kitted more -hari 200 pris oners, The Japanese deathroll, includ ed suicides and those who died of irotmte, 4&talWd m v ...

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FALLACY OF THE PRESS GAG PEOPLE CAN STILL GO ON TALKING. [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

FALLACT OF THE PRESS GAG PEOPLE CAN STIU GO ON TALKING. 'The idea that the suppression of newspaper comment during 70 boqrs prtoT to the close of the State election poll will enable people to sit down quietly and think without distraction. Is bas ed on a palpable fallacy.' Thus Mr. H. V. Budd, M.I1C., a 'Country Party memoer oi me uppei House, who is the only ne-wrepaper j editor in the State Parliament. 'ALL SORTS OF RUMOURS' The gag on the press would not stop people from talking, he added. They would be able to go on talking as much as they liked. Interested persons, some maliciously inclined, could spread all sorts of rumours. There would be no means of con firming or denying them, or overtak ing them, except by word of mouth. We should be back to the prim itive state In which, (without the printed word, people were swayed by mass hysteria, and feB victims of all sorts of evils. Km Budd recalled an incident in America recently, when an extraord inary panic developed among thous ...

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

BLAYNHf STOCK & STATION AGENCY PHONE No. 19 Debited Auctioneers, Stock and Property Salesmen, Real Estate Agent* and Valuator*. Busmess Premises : At Office of Messrs. Cook Bros., BLAYNEY. Fortnightly Stock Sales, P^JJJS an* Clearing-Out Sale* conducted . fffcta and wfcer© Tequfced. OTTLL STOCK OF BBQCHHMENTS JlfEjRP ROSE for -- flxb ROSE CAfEJ ? ?rnTTTiililMiiiB

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

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WEDDING DRAFFTN—PAUL [Newspaper Article] — Blayney West Macquarie — 24 August 1949

WEDDING DRAFFIN— PAUL. When pretty Joyce Paul became the bride of David Draffin at Spring Hill Methodist Church she wore a clas- sical gown of white crepe. Joyce was given away by her father Mr. T. Paul. Her frock had a scal- loped yoke of figured satin, and she carried a bouquet of white stocks and hyacinths. The bridf was attended by her two sisters, Edna and Jean, who wore charming frocks of pale blue lace. The frocks weve trimmed with blue marquisette, which also trimmed their picture hats. The bridesmaid carried bouquets of daffodils, pink canations and heath. Mr. Ray Flavel, of Victoria, and Mr Ray Walker, of Goulburn, at- tended the groom. Fifty guests attended the reception In the Spring Hill Temperance Hall. The Rev. Johnston was chairman at the reception, where a beautifully   decorated two-tiered wedding cake was a highlight in the wedding fare. The cake had been made by the bride's mother and iced by Mrs. G. E. Ginns, of Huntley. Mr. and Mrs. Draffin will ma...

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