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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
CARCOAR TOWN TALK Congratulations are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Castello on the birth of a son. Mrs. Smyte, of Crow's Nest, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Higgs. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Furner have re- &nbsp; turned after spending a very enjoyable holiday in Sydney and Orange. &nbsp; Miss Betty Hines, of Lyndhurst, has taken up nursing duties at the District Hospital. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. and Mrs. W. Hunt, of Orange, also Mr. Tom Kind and Doreen Kind, spent a few days with Mr. John Kind. Mr. Austin, of Molong, is at present visiting his daughter, Mrs. Charles Kind. &nbsp; &nbsp; A very successful juvenile was held on Saturday night last by the Junior Red Cross. The euchre prizes went to Mrs. C. Howarth and Mrs. T. Stammers.
WED IN SYDNEY Black - Psaltis Marriage [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
WED IN SYDNEY Black - Psaltis Marriage Miss Anna Psaltis, a popular mem- ber of Blayney 's fairer sex, married Cap- tain Denis Black, A.I.F., of Brisbane, at the Greek Cathedral, Dowling Street, Sydney, on Monday. Anna is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs. N. Psaltis, of the Niagara Cafe, Blayney. The ceremony took place at 4 o'clock on Monday afternoon. Mr. Psaltis journeyed to Sydney on Sunday night to be present at his daughter's wedding. A detailed report will appear in Fri- &nbsp; day's 'West Macquarie.'
Mandurama Personals... [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 19 April 1944
Mandurama Personals . . . ?ivr . JPte B. Gurney is spending leave at yji? Mandurama with his parents and i;.vv fripnds. . S';i'V : . * * ♦ fii?- Mr. ..Max Coy is again visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coy May jS |a«ttached .to the jstaff of the Rank Gf P ^ew South Wales In the Coonamble pjidistiict, i * * * Pi! . : Selby is on a* short holiday in i'V Sydney. ? *' '?* ... * |;V; ? FStiends of Miss Ruby Davis will be Pleased to learn that she is progress isi^ST. favorably following her . operation BBpfrSyriaey. ' . , . ; ? - \ Miss.M Hextell, after spending &nbsp; holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs C Hextell. has returned to her duties at the Children's Hospital. Mr.Ron Hextell after spending a short holiday with his parents and friends at Mandurama, has also returned to the city. &nbsp; Mrs. Bridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Coates, of Mandurama, ar rived on Friday last to spend a holi day with them arid her friends. * * * Congratulations to Mr. D. J. Knight o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
TjV-R SALE.— 'A' Model FORD. Good tyres; good hood and ap pearance, Running well. £60. Ap ply 'WEST MACQUARIE' OFFICE. THE FARMERS & GRAZIERS GREAT STOCK RECORD AT HOMEBUSH e past 2% YEARS, tfce achievement of the -F. & G* Ing tiie GREATEST NUMBER of Sheep and (Lambs ?erformanoe which SPEAKS FOR ITSEL.F . .( ! pmpany's Reputation for SECURING HIGHER PRICES. TS SATISFACTORY SERVICE that Stockowners continue their Valued Support from Year to Year! . CONSIGN TO THE GREAT COUNTRY ORGANISATION The Farmers & Graziers CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN INSURANCE & AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED. LICENSED AUGTl^ttEftfai^^t^^aiiflflWiaiiS^SS
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
DANCE WILL BE HELD IN AID OF THE BARRY CATHOLIC CHURCH FUNDS. AT BARRY HALL FRIDAY, APRIL 28th, 1944 Orchestral Music :: Good Supper CONCERT AND OPERETTA 'THE WILD ROSE' PRESENTED BY PUPILS OF j CONVENT OF MERCY TOWN HALL, CARCOAR MONDAY, 8th MAY, 1944 WORKING MANAGER required for property in Central West dis trict (cold country) thoroughly ex perienced in all farming, fodder crop ping, grazing and breeding-, etc., pre ferably in cold country. Knowledge required of usual farming machinery' : Apply, stating full* particulars of age and experience, with personal refer ences, if available, to WORKING \ MANAGER, C/- Country Press, 5 ' Barrack Street, Sydney. j UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES TO BE HELD IN THE Parish Hall, BLAYNEY ON FRIDAY, APRIL 28 AT 8 P.M. 'The Current Scene' (Lecturer: H. D. BLACK, M.Ec.) ADMISSION, 1/-. Members of the Public Cordially Invited. W. Dutton, President; F. Cartwright, Hon. Sec., Blayney Teachers* Fede ration. 'POR SALE.— Studebaker TOURER. Registered to 1...
THE OFFICIALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
THE OFFICIALS Officials were: — Judge, Mr. E. Taylor; Assistant Judge, Mr. L. Skene; Starter, Mr. W. McKenna; Assistant Judge Mr Y*' Judd, senr. ; Clerk of Course, Mr. T Skene; Clerk of Scales, Mr. ri. Stin- i son; Protest Committee Messrs. R. I Clark, H. Crofts and A Kingham: Saddle Clerk Steward Mr. B King ham; Bookmakers1 and Mustering Steward, Mr. T. Frape; Black Board Steward, Mr. A. Hamilton; Mounted ' Steward, Mr. Dick Luck, senr.; Sti pendiary Stewards, Messrs J, Robin son, senr., T. Walkom, j' Robinson junr.; Flag Race Stewards; Messrs W. Judd. junr. and T. Walsh; Gate keepers: Main gate, Messrs. G Glead. hill, G. Hardie, W. Monckton and Ned Ryan; pedestrian gate, Mr. T. Jones; First-Aid Officer. Mr a., nroves.
C.P. CANDIDATE FOR BATHURST Lieut. Gardiner Still On Military Duties [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
C.P. CANDIDATE FOR BATHURST Lieut. Gardiner Still On Military Duties Bathurst Electorate U.C.P. circles are proceeding with their Intention to run a candidate at the coining State elections. A meeting of the Bathurst Branch was held a few days ago, and plans I were furthered. Lieut. A. K. Gardiner, who has been nominated by the branch, is still engaged on military duties, but he expects to be able to cbtaia leave if he is endorsed as a. candidate for the seat 1.675 BLAYNEY VOTERS. The number of electors on the roll for Bathurst electorate is 16,605, the figures for each subdivision being: — Bathurst 9348, Blayney 1675, Buraga 329, George's Plains 559. Oberon 1273. O'Connell 979, Rock ley 480. £.- -.:~ 379, Trunkey Creek 807. Tuena 776.
WORK TO PROCEED Cowra - Forbes - Parkes Transmission Line [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
WORK TO PROCEED Cowra - Forbes -Parkes Transmission Line APPROVAL has been granted for, the work on the Cowra-Forbes- ' Parkes bulk electricity transmission line to proceed without delay. Tele- j phonic communication from Mr. j Breen, M.H.R., to the Forbes Muni-! cipal Council advised that Mr. Moss, Regional Controller of Electricity, had recommended the building of the Cowra-Forbes-Parkes line. Sir Harry Brown, Commonwealth Co-ordinator General of Works, has consented to the work being proceeded with at once, if the N.S.W. construction auth ority made application to carry out the work, Mr. Breen advised. Sir Harry Brown has also agreed to the money set aside for the building of the proposed transmission line be tween Forbes and Parkes being trans ferred for the preliminary expenses and survey of the Cowra-Forbes line
CORRESPONDENCE. REMOVAL OF P.P. BOARD OFFICE "Round the Mulberry Bush" Stage Reached The Editor. "Chronicle." [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
CORRESPONDENCE. REMOVAL OF PP. BOARD OFFICE 'Round the Mulberry Bush' Stage Reached The Editor, 'Chronicle.' Sir. — The discussion on the above subject has reached the 'round and round the mulberry bush' stage, and this is just the stage where newspaper discussions become ineffective and tiresome to readers, and where an editorial reminder about wartime space has to be thought of. My excuse for prolonging the discus- , sion now is to get the real inwardness of j the transport question, the importance of ; which Mr. Hailstone emphasises. Appar- ; cntly it was the main argument placed , before the Minister in the unsuccessful . attempt to have the office removed. j The P.P. Board claims that as no hotel accommodation is for the moment available at Carcoar, the stock inspector is obliged to transport visiting departmental officers from their hotel at Blayney to Carcoar and back. To my inquiry as to the activities these visitors engage in, I have received the very satisfactory (?) reply...
CANNERY FOR PARKES? Rich Agricultural Areas [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
CANNERY FOR PARKES? Rich Agricultural Areas TV/TR. E. C. Powell, District Agricultu ral Instructor, Parkes, who has been asked by Commonwealth authorities to report on areas considered suitable for the establishment of vegetable canning factories, met the representatives of a number of Parkes public bodies in the Council Chambers. Town Hall. Mr. Powell indicated that the rich river lands around Forbes were eminently suitable for the growing of vegetables, but the one doubt he had in his mind was the area of land that would be made avail able for such a purpose.
BARRY PERSONAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
BARRY PERSONAL ITEMS Gunner Alan Cheney, who has been in a Northern area for many months, is home on leave. Private Bern Chapman is another member of the forces enjoying home leave. L/Cpl. M. Sampson has returned to camp following home leave. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Toohey, of 'Toorak,' spent Easter in Sydney. The former has returned home but Mrs. Toohey and daughter, Leah', are extending their stay in the City. The secretaries. Misses Toohey and Cheney are working well to make the | annual Catholic Social on the 28th ! inst. a huge success.
TO BE SUBMITTED TO PREMIER McKELL LYNDHURST SHIRE HOUSING SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
? . ? i TO BE SUBMITTED i TO PREMIER McKELL LYNDHURST SHIRE HOUSING SCHEME The questiosi of the Govcrn . inent financing a progra-mmei of home construction as a local gov ernment project, recently sub mitted, by Lyndhurst Shire Ooiu» cil, is to be placed before the Premier (Mr. McKell). Information to this effect is con veyed in a letter from the Minister of Local Government and Housing (Mr. J. McGill) to Mr. O'Halloran, M.L.A. The letter reads: In response to your personal re presentations on behalf of the Lyna hurst Shire Council, I desire to thank you for placing; before me the reso ; lutions carried by that Council re i garding the question of amendments ; to the Local Government Act and also the question of financing a pro \ gramme of home construction as a lo cal government project. j I shall bring the respective mat | ters mentioned by you under, -the no j tice of the Premier, as head of the i Government of New South Wales.
NEWS SCOOP THAT FAILED : £150 PROVED STUMBLING BLOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
NEWS SCOOP THAT I FAILED : £J50 PROVED! STUMBLING BLOCK I ? ?/* Moscow correspondents at the L-mn' Lenin lay seriously ill knew ti^t^ lie died the censors would stop ^9 r from sending abroad the news *?, some time. However, one bn^J American journalist conspired w». his employers' office in London ^1 send when Lenin died a telegram a«*J mg' for £150. When the Rustfm^ leader passed away the censorslM? did retard despatches and the Ai^ff ncan, cabled!. for the £150, but his -H' fice cabled back that tie was oV^m drawn and not entitled to anott^B? advance. It had forgotten the ccV and lost a world! scoop!1 H|
SATURDAY CLOSING MAY COME : BUT NOT JUST YET! LYNDHURST SHIRE COUNCIL TAKES NO ACTION [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
SATURDAY CLOSING MAY COME: BUT i NOT JUST YET! LYNDHURST SHIRE COUNCIL TAKES NO ACTION Saturday closing may be made universal in time, but it should not be introduced during wartime. That opinion was strongly expressed by some councilbrs at the April meeting of Lyndhqrst Shire Council. It was contended that, under present conditions, with shortage of labor, petrol and . ? iti.it ??? tyres, country people would be unduly penalised. Council adopted a motion that the Council take no action in making the question a Shire matter, as suggested by the Advance Blayney League. The President (Cr. Innes) said, as ?' councillors knew, he was not present at the previous meeting, when the question was considered. He believed the com ment was made by the Deputy-President (Cr. Burns), that it was not a Council matter, Cr. Burns: That is so. It is a State' matter. Cr. Innes: I take the same view. I wou'id like to hear Cr. Amos's views. He is a businessman. Cr. Amos: It really is a Blayney mat ter, b...
NEWBRIDGE Personal Items [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
NEWBRIDGE I Personal Items I ?1 The children of the Public ::.:-.. ;Wr have reformed the Junior rial '....s^t branch. The following officers ..\ieB;] elected: President. Jean SStnV: -e^B presidents, Jean Hamer, Gladys J'oe^K and Anne Hood; secretary anil Uvas-Bs urer, Merle Collins. The chikirerMi have decided to begin a collect!: :i ofHj; Id a week in aid of their iur.;i.--. HiV. ?. : Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Gibbs areHlli Mrs. Frazer. Mrs. Gibb's ? ^Buy and Mrs. J. McLaughlan and ciaugh-BDi ter. Bit . * * ? ?voi , At present on the sick list is Mp.-kiB n Keith Jones, with an abscess r :? aBl' tooth. This has caused his i;:i- toHo:i swell considerably, necessitating me^Hfe dical treatment. Bl ' * * * ^K a FIRST FALL, OF SNOW THIS '. : \BB j The first snow of the year i .: -B' Sunday night last, the surrou::-.ingH hills being covered next morning. ^R-c;
ANXIETY AMONG STOCK OWNERS FEAR OF WINTER DROUGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944
ANXIETY AMONl STOCK OWNER! FEAR OF WINTER I DROUGHT I The absence of rain and the afl vent of cold weather are cjusinH anxiety among district stockowncfl that drought conditions will prevafl in the district this winter, and nH fodder will be obtainable for siockfl Director R. C. Webb said r, I meeting of the Balhurst P.P. H that a drought was far more sovorcH stock during winter than in .sunuH The position was bad already, buiH was not too 'late yet for rain to b'H benefit. H A gloomy note was evident in H report on district conditions procnH by che Board's stock inspector (.? J. C. iieardwood) . Since the las: me ing there had been very little, ii * change for tl:e better, he said. Some rain had fallen, but this 1 been generally light, though i;M areas received satisfactory falls from point ol view of replenishing surf water supplies.