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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944
PINEAPPLES 13/6 BUSHEL CASE I 25/- TROPICAL CASE Sidings add freight: 4/4 Bushel 6/3 Tropb S. fluids, Wamuran, Q'lai AUSSIE Pictures LYNDHURST I SATURDAY, MAY 6, uJ TWO MAIN ATTRACTlOXsH ALLAN JONES in- ? 'Johnny Comes Marclrl Home' I and H BETTE DAVIS in— ? 'The Little Foxes' I A', so ? tHE BEST SCIENCE X-RAY S '? ever made. It's something yo H shouldn't miss H Cook Br-j BLAYNEY I ANNOUNCE that they nave beer ? pointed by the Agricultural De ? merit as H SOLE AGENTS 2N ll CARCOAR DISTRICl for receival of all Vegetall grown under contract v ? the Commonwealth Govifl ment. I ' ' * I Also Sole Agents for receiva ? !-cally grown Potatoes under ? Ciovernment contract scheme. ? FULL PARTICULARS SUPPl ? ON APPLICATION. . ? (winchcombe) VCARSON^/ A Natural Attraction Klllfe Winchcombe, Carson's work as sell- ^SlP'iSSiil^k ing brokers is so thoroughly capable, «^^^^*:% :^' ? that successful handling of the clip fi WffW^-', ''' ' for appraisement is certain. Their wWim#&-& -1...
MANDURAMA VICTORY LOAN RALLY Ten Residents Purchase Bonds [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944
MANDURAMA VICTORY LOAN RALLY Ten Residents Purchase Bonds The Military Brass Band from Bath urst j-aid a visit to Mandurama, to gether with Cpl. Tom Duffy, Mr. Collin George, Loan Organiser, and Mr. Johnson. The Loan meeting, which was not largely attended, was presided over by Mr. R. B. Ferris. After introducine the visitors, and ex plaining the purpose of the meeting, the chairman called on Cpl. Tom Duffy to address the gathering. Mr. George then addressed the meet ing, and was followed by Mr. Johnson. The three speakers gave very interesting talks about the Victory Loan and the great need for it to be filled. The outcome of the' meeting was that ten people purchased bonds. Further applicants for bonds may consult Mr. Ferris. . , Mr. J. M. Prosper made a collection to defray the expenses of the band and the other members of the party. This realised £4/17/6. ?
LYNDHURST SCHOOL PICNIC RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944
LYNDHURST SCHOOL PICNIC RESULTS Results of events conducted at Lyndburst School picnic on Anzac Day are as follows;— VISITING SCHOOLS Girls: Muriel Howard 1, Doreen Lea ? , ' , Boys- Les Moss 1, Dennis Burke I In£?t boys: Kevin Wilson 1. Clem McFawn 2. _ Infant girls: Mar garet Gordon 1. Patricia ceggs /. Three-legged race.— Boys. Lawrence Leabeater and Don Prosper; girls, Jean McFawn and Dawn Berginey; girls (small), Beryl Muggle'ton and Ailsa Wilkins. . Wheelbarrow race.— Boys and girls: Jean McFawn and Bob Wilkins. Relay race.— Boys: Don- Wilson, Tony Aiken, Jack Dolbel and Kevin Leabeater. Girls: Marjorie Butt, Muriel Howard, Hazel Leabeater and Dorothy Kinghorne'. Stepping the distance. — Mrs. Bolton (prize donated by Mrs. W. Carney). Sack race.— Boys: Kelvin Doust 1, Lawrence Leabeater 2; girls, Marcia Doust 1, Beryl Bcrginey 2. Boys, 8 and under 9 years: Douglas Leabeater 1, Gordon McFawn 2; girls, 8 and under 9, Yvonne Holman 1, Mar cia Doust 2. Boys, 7 and under 8 years: La...
TRANSFER OF WORK BEING PROBED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944
TRANSFER OF WORK BEING PROBED MELBOURNE, Monday. — A sub committee from the department con cerned appointed by the Director General of Manpower (Mr. Wurth) is investigating the possibility of trans ferring workers from western dis tricts in N.SW where munitions production had been reduced. Deputy Directors from all States, whose three-days conference ended, today, decided to intensify a diversion of workers from low priority positions to meet manpower shortages in hos pitals and similar institutions.
Millthorpe Man Breaks Leg While Unloading Peas [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944
Millthorpe Man Breaks Leg While Unloading Peas Mrs. Reid has returned home from the Base Hospital, Orange, where she has been an inmate fol'iowing a sudden severe illness., ? ? ? ? Little Dorothy Weir has returned home from hospital after a successful operation for tonsils. ? ? ? a Whilst unloading seed peas on Mon day afternoon last, Mr. Les. Olde had the misfortune to have his leg broken when a bag was thrown from a truck, catching him across the back of the 'lees. » ? ? ? Mr. Jack Garwood, of the R.A.A.F., is spending leave from New Guinea with his parents. He is accompanied by his wife'. ? ? ? - Mrs. Magill has relinquished the licence of the Railway Hotel. The new proprietor is Mr. C. C. Cook. ? ? ? Red Cross afternoon teas, Saturday April 15. Those in charge were: Mrs. Redmond, Mrs. Griffith, Mrs. Wenban, Misses Willis and Evans. Takings amounted to £7/0/6. Saturday, April 22: Mesdames Wil'iis, Bentley, Eassie, Sams and Miss Kingham were in charge, and the amount taken was £4/...
WEDDING AT MILLTHORPE Gregory - Langham [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 3 May 1944
WEDDING AT MILLTHORPE Gregory - Langham St. Mark's Millthorpe, was decorat- ed on Easter Saturday, April 8, by the Girls' Friendly Society on the occa- sion of the wedding of a former mem- ber, Catherine Mary (Katie,) only daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. A. Langham, of Millthorpe. The bride walked up the aisle on the arm of her father to be joined in matrimony to Arthur Charles (Bill) Gregory, of Orange, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gregory of London, England. The Rev. A. R. Balchen was the celebrant. The bride looked charming in a bridal frock of white Chinese crepe, loaned by her best friend (Mrs. Douglas Thorpe, of Lithgow.) The veil which belonged to her late mother, and worn 24 years ago, was worn oy the bride, and was of white tulle and hand-embroidered. A coronet of Orange blossom was also worn by the bride, and was also leaned to Mrs. O. Hockey, of Drummoyne. The &nbsp; bride carried a bouquet of white and &nbsp; pale pmk gladioli with maiden hair &am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944
PUBUC MESHING AT carcoar Monday, May IS, 1944 at 8 p.m. THE abovementioned Meeting is con vened to CONSIDER. HOLDING i HF 1944 CARCOAR SHOW. At District People are'.eordially in ?itodjio attend, as it is a matter concerti ng sje Public of tbe District. TheW has not /been a if&itoar Show bc'id doling the pist two yrtn^.tbfe: two previous'1. Shows were beld;i^ali;prthe?: 'arcoar-Mandurama-Lyndhuftt 'Pattiotjc;;; Fund. ?%- . ??? . : ?;??? . Sifc ? v|- T. WrSTAMMERpV mmgmmm cottK i^p ' CANDIDATE WHK VB FOR | IHkfijflH ofcAflck ? JThis imbracM: I MOLOttG. MILLTHORPE. CARtOAR.^ MANILDRA. LYNDHURST, MANDURAMA: and DISTRICTS. M. CALDWELL HHHHmHHiH' ? -. ? .?-?? ? ' . , . i I 1: X SSlKe TWHh World War 1. fttt was a' prisoner in ? Getmaayl for 2 years). % ??' 2. P&y&to liKiriijfiriSSil Officer in V.D.C. . 3. President of Cahfebblas Shire Council. | 4. A Director of fringe Base Hospital for 10 years. . i 5. A) Successful Maimer ahd Grazier in Orange District. ? 5j_ 6. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944
A Street Stafl -Podtry Teal Afternoon Tea will be held on (Election^^yj^ . Ir^^Aidol , Whit-y Memorial BSfcy; Btaldi Ontrr and ; Rut Room Jptetftopn-T*a .from 3.30 ^.Xfbatge 1/ Poultry Tea from 5.30 - Charge 2/- ; mrs. Alec Rowlands. Hon. Sec,, C.W./i ' 2G± ! WILL SPEAK- PROM. -2GZ AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES: Wednesday, May 10, at 1.15 p.m. ami , .10.15 p.m. Thursday. May 11, at 10.15 p.m. Friday, May 12, at 6..10 p.m. Saturday, May 13, at 1 p.m. and 6.K cp.m. Monday, May 15, at 1.15 p.m. an! ' 10.15 p.m. Tuesday, May 16,. at 10.15 p.m. LISTEN-IN TO 2GZ !
Eagle Caught In Rabbit Trap [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944
Eagle Caught In Babbit l'rap WABJaEN. Monday. — For the second .time in recent months a la£§®, 1138 heen caught in & ^SP.by a trapper on the °f the G«nnin|bar the other occasion it WPears rrom marks -around the rab mt warjren that the bira hail befeh In ; - ^ enterin8: the burroWB for WitfaM. The trap set at the ' mouth of the burrow had caught the X ^ different morn. : had bfeen trapped ^ measured just on 20 inches long and with its wings ex panded just over 4ft. across. Keep on building castles in the sky tMt kI-ld °f pr°perty ? ?' » ' : » ' * The anny has a new glove that fits either hand, but up to now it hasn't devised a shoe that will ht elthl'Efdtit' i
Mandurama Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944
ManduraMa Personals The wedding was celebrated last , Thursday at Queenstown, Tasmania, of Phyllis, youngest daughter of the iate ? Mf. and Mrs. J. F. Burke, of 'Burke- ville.' Lyndhurst, to Pte. Reuben Bar- I nardo, of Tasmania. Their future home will be at Queenstown, Tasmania. * m m We are pleased to see Mr. Tom Kelley home and around again after his recent bpetation in Sydney. * ? ? Cpl. S. Dwyer returned to his unit during the week-end, after spending a week's leave with bis wife. ? .? ? At present on holidays at Bathurst is Mrs. B. McGrath. She is the guest of Jier mother. ? ? ? Our sympathy is extended to Mr. Fomcr on the death of his brother, which occurred at Carcoar last Saturday. o ^ Engineer W. Muggleton, R.A.A.F., spent the week-end at Gar land, sis the. .guest of his father, Mr. A Muggleton. ? ? ? Ron -Muggleton, one of our local lads, is at present .confined to his bed with a severe attack of asthma. ? ? ? Mr; W. Whitby, A.S.M. at the rail- M Way, arrived here to-day,...
NEVILLE PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944
NEVILLE PERSONALS !? / ot. Anson and his wife, of Syd nave arri^d to take over the' Neville I. Mr. Crutchley, the former !iiccn and his %Jfe, left Neville by car on ^ iay. Mr. Crutchley. who is a keen L.A.C. Arthur McGreoor -has 1«.pn spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sid McGregor. Mrs.^ H. Allen, accompanied by her two .childfcn, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. H. Me'iville. It has been decided that the Neville school concert, which was to have been held on April 21, will now be staged on May 25. ,
NEW MACHINES HER FAMILY UNITS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944
NEW MACHINES^. FAMILY iMfS A Chicago message says that the Internal, ? al Harvester Company has reported to stoe'klio] and employees that its engineers have develu many new and radically improved farm maehiiM^ The chief result of this will be to give one-fanl h farms every advantage available through median i' | equipment to larger farms. Among the major advances are: — Tractors with a system of hydraulic control of fann im plements which will enafcle tlie farmer or Ids wife or boy or girl to make any desired adjustments, either by lifting or by downward pressure, by merely touching a lever, without getting »ff the tractor, and without stopping the tractor. A great reduction in weight of most tractor-mounted implements, witli consequent reductions in cost and in creased ease of handling. A hew forage harvester to harvest jgreen grasses for silage. A one-man pick-up . hay baler. A neW field ensilage harvester of a size which makes it suitable for most Jams producing corn or sorghum f...
Reunion Of Manduramaites In Sydney Days Of 25 Years Ago Recalled [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944
Reunion Of Manduramaites In Sydney Days Of 25 Years Ago Recalled Huge bowls of choicc flowers massed j the entrance liall of Legion House and : greeted many members of the Mandura ma branch of the Catholic Women's | Association in Sydney recently. ' A very pleasant few hours were spent, and merry pca'is of laughter echoed , thrauch the reception lulls as members , related humorous episodes of 'The good old days,' 'when their faery fcctc were en fete' rehearsing in the musical re views produced at Mandurama by Mrs Pagan, of 'Sunnyridgc' more than 15 years ago. The luncheon table was exquisitely dccoratcd with bowls of beautiful pink antigonon interspersed will) hundreds ol frangipanni blooms, and dinner was served from the head of the table in real home sty'ic. j Mrs. f:rank Stanley was elected hos- | tess for the paity, and was assisted by i Mrs. C. Brady and Mis. 1-red. Tliomp- ! son. I Mrs. Pagan was welcomed as the guest, and wore a wine ensemble with matching hat. She received a...
Relieving Police Officer Appointed Permit Officer [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944
Relieving Police Officer Appointed Permit Officer* Constable A. P. McGovern, police | officer at Mandurama, has been granted leave from May 1 to June 14. ! The Superintendent of Police, Parkcs. asked last meeting of Carcoar P.P. Board to appoTttt Constable E. J. Mulhoiland, of Canowindra, who will be the relieving officer at Mandurama. a permit officer during Constable McGovern's absence. This Vas afreed to. Directors Hailstone and J. Cartwright being the sponsors of the motion.
CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944
CARGOAR town Talk The Rev. Father Wiscley is . at. present a patient in the District Hospital. ? . ? » Mrs. C. Davis and three children, left on Monday to spend the schoo'i vacation with friends at Mullion Cretk. » » » Mr. Lloyd Clark bas returned , .home sfrer spending a most .enjoyable holiday at Parraniatta and Wollohjjbng. » * * We are sorry to .report that.. Mrs. Hamilton is still not enjoying the best of health. » » » Congratulations to L.A.C. and Mii. White on the birth of a son. » * » The death occurred on Saturday last at the District Hospital, of Xfir. Ned Furner. A full report will appear in next issue. * ? ? L.A.C. Len Ca'ssidy paid a visit to Carcoar over the week-end. * » » Tpr. Bill Gainsford has returned to camp after spending leave at 'Bcelah Park.1' Carcoar.
MILLTHORPE NEWS FAREWELL TO REV. G. J. AND MRS. DILLON [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 10 May 1944
MILLTHORPE NEWS FAREWELl to rev. g. j. Ato MRS. DILLON Prior to their leaving Millthorpe for Corowa, the Rev. G. J. and Mrs. Dillon were tendered a public ? farewell in the School Hall. As the Circuit ' Steward, Mr. J. V. Bennett was unavoidably ab sent, the Junior Circuit Steward. Mr. Ernest Harris, acted as chairman..,. Messrs. J. Inncs and -_i. j. Larmoay. on behalf of the Public School, , where Mrs. Dillon had charge of the Kinder garten classes, spoke feelingly of tiieir associations with both Mr. and Mts. Dillon. Rev. S, .J. Hazlewood, of Spring. fiill, .also spote of his friendship with Mr. Dillon, after which Mr. A. Amos jbrifctotyl the Rev. Dillon with a roH of Wotes on behalf of the people of the Jifillthprpe Circuit. Mcsdanics Craude Willis and W. Bur ton then presented Mrs. Dillon with a wall mirror and an artistically arranged basket of. fruit and flowers, the work of Miss N. Willis, on behalf of the Ladies' Church Aid Society. Both the Rev. and Mrs. Dillon responded, ,...