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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944

Cook Bros! BLAYNEY I .\.\X(jUi''X£ l!u:t tuey r.avt 'uten i-;)-B pointed by the Agricultural i^;....t ment as SOLE AGENTS IN THE CARCOAR DISTRICT for receival of all Vegetables grown under contract with the Commonwealth Govern ment. * ? # 41so Sole Agents for receival of ! )cally provra Potatoes under the Government contract scheme. FULL PARTICULARS SUPPLIED | ON APPLICATION. __| 'AH. Coffins LICENSED STOCK AND STATIONi AGENT. I Agency f«r Unit nsuran'1* -?''? I PHONE: NEVILLE * I (winchcombe) I VCARSOIj^/ I A Natural Attraction MMliE' I Winchcombe, Carson's work as sell- Vw?lPiiS§8ae§'^Sift- I ing brokers is so thoroughly capable ?gT^e^^^Il-SsS' I that successful handling of the clip fflWff^*^ '*%*& I for appraisement is certain. Their mmW$xZ-£$ --m& ' I experience, knowledge and judg- mBfflts$Sffl&Mm& I uient. are a never-failing force for TSsSmi&S&SSffiis I Wintiicombe, Carson ^Pp Winchcombe House, Bridge St., ftflMjfiffifiMtfra ^ '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944

£50 REWARD I *piE above reward will be paid for | . information leading to the convic i tion of any person or persons dama b' ?£'* '!!5e netting fenci'-&, interfer ing- with flood or netting gates or cutting or removing wire from any | of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE' I — |; After 40 Y&r.' Trading in mJi::. Carcoar ||g«w are stiU do™ ^,ur best to *ive r^ sanction (!*»*& Co ?i^M^ a°d Co.,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944

W MEMORIAM WILKINS.— In loving memory of my dear husband Charles Wilkins, who passed away on 25th April, 1942. ' ?. :!^« The passing years can never change My thoughts of one so dear. Fond memories linger every day — Remembrance keeps you near. — Inserted by his loving wife. IN MEMORIAM HIGGS— In loving memory of our darling mother, who departed this life, April 25, 1932. — 'Always remembered' by her lov ing family.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944

ON THE WAY ! To-day, wool, fat stock and produce from every I 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- ? ing that all consignments sent to their care are I marketed under the best possible conditions and ? receive expert, individual attention through all stages I of handling, storage and sale. I ^ PITT, SON AND BAOGERY LTD. I &^M^^Z~^^ WOOL3ROKERS I ^8PlTO*S^fejSF^S 4 O'Coi.-r«-;l Street, Sydney; Darby Street, Newcastle I jj^lS5^^^ B™ch Office: ^Boorowa.^ ? INVEST IN THE VICTORY LOAN I

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NEVILLE PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944

NEVILLE PARS The people of Neville extend their deepest sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. R. Cock on the death of their eldest son, Alf., aged 17 years, the report of whose tragic accident and death ap- pears in another column). * * *   I Mr. Vic. Vane is staying with his ?other, Mrs. Vane, senr. I - * I ?' ' ? ':'.Jblo and children arrived ?'?' -:u Sydney on Saturday last.

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MOTHER SEES SON CRASH TO DEATH R.A.A.F. Accident At Forbes [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944

MOTHER SEES SON CRASH TO DEATH R.A.A.F. Accident At Forbes THE mother of a R.A.A F. pilot saw her son crash to his death at Forbes last week. The pilot was Leading Aircraftman Edward Wil- liams, of Forbes. Williams and L.A.C. Lance Alexander McNamara, of   Moree, were killed instantly when their Wirraway aircraft crashed in the centre of the town. The pilot's mother, Mrs. Williams, saw the plane flying low over Forbes shortly before the crash. The aircraft banked sharply, turned and suddenly nose- dived into the business centre of the town. It burst into flames. When the   plane flew over Forbes Public School the pilot waved to students. The students, who thought the aircraft was on a Victory Loan mission, waved back. No one was in the immediate vicinity when the aircraft crashed. Forbes people were shocked by the news when it was known that the ac- cident related to a native of the town, states the Forbes 'Advocate.'

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ALFRED COCK SUCCUMBS TO INJURIES 17-YEARS-OLD NEVILLE BOY'S STOICISM [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944

ALFRED COCK SUCCUMBS TO INJURIES 17-YEARS-OLD NEVILLE BOY'S STOICISM A very sad death took place at Blayney District Hospital on Sunday evening, at 6.30. This was the passing of Alf Cock, the 17-years-old Nevilie boy who was badly injured an a motor accident at   Neville on Wednesday last (as re- ported in last 'West Macquarie.'). The accident happened when the lad was riding on a jinker attached to a motor lorry driven by Mr. Reg. Kable. As he attempted to recover his hat, which had blown off, he ap- parently overbalanced, and went un- der the heavy vehicle, loaded with logs. He was in a critical condition when   picked up, and was immediately brought to Blayney Hospital. A me- dical examination disclosed very   serious injuries, and from the out-   set little hope was held out for his   recovery.   The unfortunate lad bore his suf-   ferings in a most courageous man-   ner. Desp...

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MOTHER'S BRIDAL VEIL WORN BUCK — PSALTIS WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 26 April 1944

MOTHER'S BRIDAL VEIL WORN BLACK — PSALTIS WEDDING Miss Anna Psaltis wore her   mother's bridal veil when she wed Capt. Denis Black, A.I.F., at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Dowling Street, Sydney, last week. Anna is the only child of Mr. and Mrs. N. Psaltis, of the Niagara Cafe, Blayney, and Capt. Black is the eld- est son of the late Mr. John Black and Mrs. Black, of Brisbane. Anna, who is well-known and popular mem- ber of Blayney's younger set, made a charming bride. Mrs. Arthur George, of Bellevue Hill, a lifelong friend of the bride, was matron of honor. Her husband carried out the duties of best man. Mr. Psaltis gave his daughter away and the Very Rev. Archiandr- ite Metrofanis Nicolaidis officiated at the ceremony. The church was crowded for the   ceremony and a number of Blayney people attended. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark, Mrs. L. An- ... (the former Miss Rita Oldham), Mrs. Ferguson, Miss Mary Price, Do- rothy Stonestreet, Bonnie Poll...

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GALLYMONT PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944

GALLYMONT PERSONALS Mrs. F. C. Howard has gone! to Syd ney to care for her daughter, Mrs. L. G. ? Harris, who has been in indifferent health of late. m * * A visitor to these parts recently was Miss Pauline Bright, who spent a few days with her people'. * * * After completing her term at Lecton ' Cannery, Miss V. Bright visited her par ents before proceeding to her next assignment at Bathurst. Mrs. A. Green returned to Sydney after a pleasant holiday spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Molloy. * . * » Mr. and Mrs. R. Fuller are home again after holidaying in the city. They were accompanied by their son, Tpr. R. Fuller, A.I.F., who has short leave after his service in the west. * * * Residents were happy to see Pte. M. J. Healey, A.I.F., about the district re cently, even though his stay was brief. As his homecoming coincided with our recent spell of wintry weather, no doubt 'Jury' yearned again for a spell of tropical heat. * * * Members of the Junior Red Cross conducted their seco...

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Mandurama Personals... [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944

Mandurama Personals.. . Mrs. O. Schmidst was taken ill onE Saturday last, causing her relatives mueh anxiety. However, some slight improve ment has since been shown. Her many friends hope she will soon be about again. ? _ Mrs. .C. H. Buck'iey arrived home on Saturday last after spending a holiday in the city. .t Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith, late of Gallymont, ? have bought a home in Mandurama, and have now taken up residence at that centre. * * , * Leading Seaman D, Batley, D.S.M., of the Royal Navy, returned to Sydney after spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Batley. ? # * * . Mrs. D. Grafiam, daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. ' J. Hargans, returned .to her home in Sydney after attending the funeral of her mother. There are »**bree other daughters 'left to mourn their great loss, Mrs. O. Denton (Rosebery) , Mrs. E. Pound (Kingsford) , and Mrs. E. Smith (Mandurama). Another daughter, Mrs. A. Tarrant, predeceased Mrs. Hargans some years ago. Mrs. Hargans is also survived by so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944

f £50 REWARD 4' TTHE above reward will be paid for t iiiformation leading to the convic '. tion of any person or persons rtama )? ging wire netting fench-g, interfer ing with flood or netting gates or b cutting or removing wire from any ? of the fences on 'SUNNY RIDGE.' t R. J FAGAN, L 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama, f^. ? j . NUF SED! 'f . ? I; After 40 Years' Trading in p:. Carcoar I'r. [-' : we are still doing our best to give p. satisfaction faark&Co m OBAVE Y&DR ORDER FOR THE ||:. ' '?? ? *CHBOttIOLJE' g- ' ' WITH US. P ?' ????; .?? ' ' ? With tokick toe Mrte.... &; U, Jfuypimy M»ed ii a dii.ct contribution to the war effort. $/Xh. W« do Iwlp g* w«rj»flort U we pUc. our money in a Savings Bank I -M :\ ?cecmnt or if #T«J-»y 5/- National Savings Stamps. thSTaVoidSg 1:#- 1 'S}*6^^ ?P«J»5 On»E»»» »' ? National SaVings Stamp book fe.; * i- ? *^S,«*S^IJ*B0««*«?^P»1 -«) «o» us* as a deposit or instalnfenl on m* ?? ^^^^m^^h' accepied - ? d8pM» fc ? m£t- '?' ^i^or free...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944

RETURN THANKS TTARGAN. — Mr. J. Hargan and family wish to thank all the Mandurama and district people for their kindnesses to their mother during her long illness.

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CONTEST FOR BATHURST LIEUT. GARDINER JUST "GETS THERE" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944

CONTEST FOR BATHURST LIEUT. GARDINER JUST 'GETS THERE' Lieut. A. K. Gardiner, of King's Plains, got his nomination in for the State election Just in time. He sent it air mail from Western Aus tralia, and it arrived one hour be fore closing time on Friday last. Lieut. Gardiner is standing as a Coun try l-arty candidate tor the tfathurst seat. He will oppose the sitting mem ber, Mr. C. A. Ke'ily (Lab.). The 'Western Times' comments: — Lieutenant Gardiner is on his way | home, and is expected in Bathurst this week. His nomination was sent by air mail on Saturday, and passed through the hands of the censor. This is the first election for the Bath urst scat in six years, Mr. Kelly having been unopposed at the last State poll. 'We expect our candidate to get strong support from the town and dis trict of Bathurst,' declared the Country Party organiser (Mr. Heslehurst) after nominations were announced. 'A brief survey of the district has disclosed that support for Lieutenant Gardiner will b...

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HAVE NO POWER," SAYS COUNCILLOR INNES COUNCILS AND HOUSING SCHEMES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944

tiAVE NO POWER,' SAYS I COUNCILLOR INNES COUNCILS AND HOUSING SCrffiMES I If Lyndhurst Shire decided to start a housing project, it I tuld not proceed — it would have no power. J. A. Innes (President) declared! i last meeting of Lyndhurst Shire ? le Municipal Counci'i wrote asking ? ration in a request to the State B nment to determine what it con ? should be the maximum rate of ? t payable by home purchasers on I ? g loans, with, a view to the Gov I it granting subsidies to local gov I . :it authorities carrying out. housing I ::rs, such subsidy to be equal to the ?Serence between the rate of interest Bid by the housing authority on its Bins and the maximum rate of interest Byable by home purchasers on housing Bans. fl Ryde Council was preparing a hous Bt loan orosramme. it was stated, anti ? B appeared as though 3i per cent, pet Btfum was 'iikely to be the lowest rate B which money could be obtained on B'e open market. This was too high. B Cr. J. A. Innes declared that, until Be G...

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Spitfires' First Raid From Australia [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944

Spitfires' First Eaid From Australia I CANBERRA, Monday. — The Air Minister (Mr. Drakeford) announced to ? that Spitfires in 18 minutes destroy - I a wire'iess station on Barbar Island, between Timor and Tanimbar Islands on their first offensive raid from Aus tralia.

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COSTLY BUSH - FIRE SEASON MANDURAMA BY SEEKS ASSISTANT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944

COSTLY BUSH-FTRES SEASO 1 MANDURAMA Bx f SEEKS ASSISTAi Owing to the heavy expenses incurred as a result recent serious fires, Mandurama Bush-Fire Brigade asked Lyrn. Shire Council at last meeting for assistance. Mr. T. J. Coy, secretary of Man durama brigade, wrote advising that the losses incurred by the brigade in recent fires (with other particulars) were: — (1) Equipment lost: 33 beaters, 1 rake, 1 spray pump. (2) Equipment now required: Beat ers, £10; suitable tank fitted with pump, £ 7. (3) Levy made for 1942-43 seasons 1/- per 100 acres. There was a fair response, only about 50 per cent, of landholders failing to answer. No levy was fixed for the present season, 1943 44, as finances were estimated to be suf ficient, but in view of the recent Josses' a levy of 2/- per 100 acres had been struck and notices sent out to try and collect this levy-. (4) Amount of finance required to place the brigade on a reasonable foot ing, approximately .£7.5. About £45 was required to meet pay...

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Bush-Fire Levies Should Be Compulsory BATHURST SHIRE MOTION CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944

gush -Fire Levies Should Be Compulsory rjptiURST SHIRE cmoN :, INFERENCE ,,1.^ ;'..; e Councils make a . ji ??-? levy for bush-fire ?-'..?''? -&.' -f the motions Lyndhursi ..,. ,: -.v ill submit to the annual '. ? ?, i- ',ce to be held in Sydney :, ?''?.?' o .ind 9. ' .... A - was submitted to Coun ' ' ?-, r. ''? ing by the President (Cr. :. ', .??,?! unanimously adopted for ' '_.... , n ,o Conference. Cr. Denton ,-. ?»??. ? ::op icr. jjemor said 1/- per 100 acres Was''not rea'i- enough, but it would be creac assistance. Cr. Cook. It would go on year by vcir and the fund would grow. 'NOXIOUS WEEDS SUBSIDY Another motion to be submitted to Conference is: 'That, where Councils levy a special rate for the destruction and control of noxious weeds, the Government be asked to subsidise it £ for £ .' Cr. Innes said Councils had to take the destruction, of noxious weeds seri- j \ ously. and they could not do the job J I ? rt,-l*r if ripnpndi'nf pnrirplv nn .Shire i I rates. Cr. Dent...

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Blayney And District BE SERVED BY BATHURST MACHINERY POOL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944

District I BE SERVED BY BATWJRST I MACHINERY POOL J Blayney and disWct. from now -^m on will be served by +he Batfi- ^M urst Machinery Pool. -V. : ; mS That advice is to hand fron*. 'u£$jlfl Chairman of the Cowra Machinery P-S^Lr^S (Mr. C. Walkden Brown). ?'W'*i$SBj Hitherto, all of Lyndhurst Sbirfe?fcjtti;^a| been embraced by the Cowra Machuie^^^^ j Pool, which established a branch office ^ff^^K|| Blayney. . . .?-&t «?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944

AUSTRAUAN COUNTRY PARTY J. M. Caldwell ,.-.,,. , ,^-^^^^^^ ENDORSED I i 1. A Returned Soldier1 from World War 1. (He was a! prisoner in II Germany) for 2 years). K I 2. Prominent Member and Officer in V.D.C. ' II II 3. President of Canobolas Shire Council. II 4. A Director of Orange Base Hospital for 10 years. II 5. A Successful Farmer and Grazier in Orange District. II 6. A Ufc-Long Resident of the District. | VOTE:— i CALDWELL, J. M. [1] CUT THIS OUT I AND SEND IT TO YOUR SAILOR, SOLDIER OR AIR FORCE I RELATIVE OR FRIEND. I Give Him a chance to know foe whom, to Vote. CONCERT AND OPERETTA 'THE WILD ROSE' PRESENTED BY PUPILS OF CONVENT OF MERCY TOWN HALL, CARCOAR MONDAY, 8th MAY, 1944 YJfJORKING 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, wit...

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