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Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

Personals Preparations are well in hand for the Catholic Ball, to be held on Friday night. Piccadilly Orchestra has been en gaged, and the supper arrangements are in the capable hands of the Lyndhurst la dies. » * * Mr. C. Green lias been off work for a few days as a result of the flu. » * * Gnr. J. Ridley wishes to thank the local Comforts Fund for canteen ?orders recently received, which he says were much appreciated. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Reg. Hoad and family, of 'Rising Sun,' arc at present enjoying a stay in Bathurst with relatives. * * * The Misses Anne and Chloe Death, of 'Castlefiields, are holidaying at Eulo mogo, as the guest of their friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. Batten, of 'Borniefields.' ? ? ? Mr. R. Boys, accompanied by his daughter, Miss Meg Boys, 'left this morning for a fortnight's holiday at Condobolin, as the guest of his brother. ? ? ? .Mr. and Mrs. L. Stammers, of Orange, spent the week-end with the former s mother. ♦ * * Master Neil Ward, of Blayney Railway staff, spent th...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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DOMESTIC QUARTERS FOR CARCOAR HOSPITAL Improvements Badly Needed [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

DOMESTIC QUARTERS FOR CARCOAR HOSPITAL Improvements Badly Needed! Carcoat District Hospital will shortly have new domestic quarters. The' cost of the new building amounts to £949, and plans for construction are well advanced. When completed, the Structure will be a very nice building. In the past, conditions have been far troffl suitapie, ?ng. the addition is a much ne'ided convenience. Previously one girl had to sleep in fin impromptu bedroom that had at one time been used as an engine room. An other room, built to accommodate two, had to serve four; and one girl had to seek outside quarters. The contractor is Mr. \V. Fuller, who . has been engaged on the new buildings improvements at Blayney District Hos pital.

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MOTHER'S "AIM" NOT APPRECIATED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

MOTHER'S 'AIM' NOT APPRECIATED Mother: 'When that boy threw stones at you, why didn't you come and tell me, instead of throwing them back at him,' Son: 'What good would it have been to tell you? You couldn't hit the side of the garage.'

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DISTRICT RAILWAY STAFF CHANGES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

DISTRICT RAILWAY STAFF CHANGES Recent railway staff changes in 1 . ? ??vir.u-.u Shire area include the . ; ? Collins, Stationmaster at . -jiij. iias received notice of trans it- io /?ll.jwah. v:..^ Kirby, railway attendant, ry.\-c'i ? 1 been succeeded by Mrs. T. . .'u!- i-.v:, The former retired. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

Cook Bros BLAYNEY ANNOUNCE tnat liiey have been aj pointed by the Agricultural Depar ment as SOLE agents 2N th CARCOAR DISTRICT for receival of all Vegetable grown under contract wil the Commonwealth Goveri ment. Also Sole Agents for receival facaUjr grown. Potatoes under tl Government contract scheme. FULL PARTICULARS SUPPl®! ON APPLICATION. I (winchcombe) I X^pdN^y I A Natural Attraction , I Winchcombe, Carson's wdrk*a6|sell- 9 ing brokers is so ti^oroughly capable, fl that successful handling of th£clip fl for appraisement is certtdn. Their .,M| H experience, knowledge ' andjudg- fl ment are a never-failing fondei for Winchcombe House, Bridge $t., §SlS^j^^k^L ' I Branches—Yaeg, Orange, Fogies. ? .?' ' — ***' I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

W, J. Brady, Carcoar Uc*i*«4 Awti&m SNsfc Propert? $aj^sman Esfefe A$«u»t. Ineorae Tax ^pd Ins.m^&ce OoBsultEptf ?md Yahia,fc(?r»\J PISTRfCT AGENT '' .OgL^j^ll^r^.yBl INSURANCE CO. £TD. * ' 'ffii-Kos' Drenches anil * ? maijxk:^ Lm , . (All Machtoctty). ji W* £ Licensed Agent ji Bo* Ko. 2: 'Phone & CARCOAR ' 1 NOTICE ~~ !?; . ?, ? ' ... v _ . ' !i!A |ffi viU.blp paid to the person or prisons giving :? if .-' S^»|EB^EpS|iS.pSk™nvlc'''-n '' ''''* STEM' i- ? OF information leaidlng to the fft tv^f?nvlcti9Pj »f alB^gMfengttwtii Flood Gates or Wire Nei 0, ???!?. on -TWnnhfffWgaBWWr1''- '!?*$*. %; ,. ? : 4WONE FOUND TRESPASSING, Shooting, Rafebitfng or Fishing $W ? Park ' wiI- hp Prof!ecutfidAp^lut rcspfeflt tdW M^feftiTWEY PASTORAL

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

i UiCQAR i *,:? KVJN lAJLJK. -nsv C Secomb is spending holidays w.:rb Vc ; i -ents at Carcoar. f.'iis.; '..-nan is the guest, of Mr. and .Mil Clark. Mr. 3. imith is at present an inmate of Carcoar District Hospital. His many friends hope for a speedy recovery. Sgt A. Stammers has returned to campi after spending leave with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Stammers. Mrs. A. E. Bamgarten and daughter, June, are holidaying at Bathurst.

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RATES IN—-SO SOME ROAD WORK URGED AN EXPECTANT RATEPAYER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

RATES IN — S^ Siiil ROAD WORK URGED AN EXPECTANT RATEPAYER Mr. W. J. Drady, of 'Lar- raine,' Garland, believes in the maxim of a quid pro quod. 'Now that the Council has the rates in, it should be able to do this small job for me,' he wrote to last meeting of Lyndhurst Shire Council. Mr. Diady requested attention to the' S road near Millpost Creek, there being | three chains which were in a bad way. | ' He had made the request some time ago, i he said, and added that it did not seem j right that councillors should have to be i reminded of their promises. The Engineer (Mr. «oerty) will re ; port. I NEWBRIDGE REQUEST. j Mr. Rodolph Morrison, 'Glenwood,' ; Newbridge, brought under Council's no | tice the 'extremely bad condition,' par | ticularly during winter months, of the ' lane' leading from tiic main Newbridge Trunkey Road to his holding. This was their only outlet to a road. Cr. Hood was well acquainted with the mat ter, and had promised early attention. 'So,' concluded Mr. Morri...

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CUT OUT SLEEPERS ON ALL TRAINS NARROMINE WANTS BETTER RAIL SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

CUT OUT SLEEPERS ON ALL TRAINS NARROMINE WANTS ?BETTER RAIL SERVICE If all sleeping cars on trains were cut out, travelling comfort for the great majority of people would b« considerably improved, claims Nar romine Municipal Council. The Town Clerk of Narromine, in a letter to Lyndhurst Shire Council on Tuesdav. invited cn-oncration in maWina representations to the Slate Government ! for an improvement in the railway pas senger travelling conditions in N.S.W. by the remova'i of all sleeping cars from trains and the, substitution of corridor carriages providing seating accommoda tion. 1 Travel at present was a nightmare, with men, women and children alike standing, sitting and even lying in coni- j dors or in whatever could be round in railway carriages, it was stated. ; So far as Narromine Council was aware, however, sleeping cars, which pro vided for a -maximum of 20 persons, had not been restricted. Not only was a great deal of space taken up, but these cars werfe of greater tonna...

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RELEASE OF WAX MATCHES REQUESTED [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

RELEASE OF WAX MATCHES REQUESTED QWING to the existing shortage of matches, Abercrombie Shire Council on Saturday decided to approach the Chief Secretary (Mr. Baddeley) with the request that the ban on the sale and use of wax matches be lifted within the shire during the winter months.

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GOOD NEWS FOR FOREST REEFS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

GOOD NEWS FOR FOREST REEFS A 'letter read at last meeting of Lynd hurst Shire Council notified that the Minister for Local Government had ap proved of a grant of 359. ? This was for the1 purpose of recondi tioning and tar surfacing the road through the village of Forest Reefs. Councillors decided to send a letter of thanks to Mr. R. E. O'Halloran for his efforts in obtaining the amountL__

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RAIL WORKER'S FEET SEVERED: SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT BATHURST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

RAIL WORKER'S FEET SEVERED : SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT BATHURST The sixth serious accident at ' Bathurst railway yards in 18 inonths occurred on Saturday morning, when George Roberta (38), of 16 Piper-street, a coal- I stage employee, was run over bjr a goods train. One foot was cur ou above the ankle, and the other, almost sev ei-ed, was amputated later at Ba&burst District Hospital. A sidelight of the accident was the remarkable fortitude displayed by Roberts, who insisted on rolling a cigarette for himself while waiting for- the ambulance. He did not lose consciousness throughout. It was stated later that while the condition of the victim was still critical, hopes were entertained for his recovery. i Diplomacy is the art of letting i someone have your way.

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Rasper's Hospital Cup Win [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

Rasper's Hospital Gup Win Starting a hot favorite, Rasper won the Hospital Cup. The ani mal also annexed the Matron's Handicap, the final event of the day. Between 500 and 600 people were present, and the meeting' was most successful. The proceeds are for th Blaynev District Hospital. Favorites practically scooped the pool. There was an interesting- tussle in the Flying Handicap, in which Snifter and Havilah dead-heated. Re sults: Flying Handicap, 4f. — SNIFTER (McKenna) and Havilah (Doulman.' dead-heat 1, Dubup (Patterson) 3. Only starters. Betting: 2 on, SNIFT JkK, b/4 against HAVILAH, Dubup. Won by a length. Scruboers' Race, 4f. — GAY LADY (Doulman) l, Starlight (Marshall) 2. Fairview (McKenna) 3. Other start er: Mickey. Betting: 6/4 on GAY LADY, 5/4 against Fairview, 2 Star light, 3 Mickey. Three lengths; half length. Blayney District Hospital Cup, 5if. — RASPER (McKenna) 1, Havilah (Doulman) 2, Dubup (Patterson) 3 Only starters. Betting: 2 on RAST ER, even Dubup, 6/4 Havilah. H...

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DAYLIGHT SAVING HERE FOR DURATION? [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

DAYLIGHT SAVING HERE FOR DURATION ? . i ? A published report that day light saving has ended in Aus tralia for good is am opinion not founded on fact, according to official circles in Canberra. On the other hand, it is almost certain that it will be continued until the end of the war because of the gTeat saving of coal and electricity.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

The Great MEAT Betrayal STOCE-OWNERS, HOUSEWIVES and the Peo^e — of Britain suffer through f -*CKL^ WEAKNESS ! WS^^KKbSf^ 'jx? - * %* * 1M DID YOU KNOW THIS: I* There is no shortage of livestock in Aus tralia. At 14 million mote sheep than before the war, Australia has more meat on the hoof than ever in her history. 2* There is no shortage of labor for killing, if the slaughtermen (at £2/5/- per day normal pay) would work the hours they agreed to work. They persistently refuse to do a full day's work, as provided in their award. They decide for themselves when they will work — if at all. 3. Over half-a-million sheep and lambs, which could and should have been killed under award agreements, were left in the yards last year — to die of starvation or to deteriorate, at the growers' loss. Another 150,000 have been left unkilled so far this year. 4. Meat rationing, introduced— with much sacrifice and inconvenience to housewives —ostensibly to provide food for the people of Britain, has n...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

RETURN THANKS MRS. E. FURNER and FAMILY, of Carcoar, wish to return sincere thanks to their many friends for kindness and sympathy extended to them in their sad bereavement in the death of their father, Mr. E. Furner. Thanks is particularly extended to Dr. Cass and the nursing staff of Carcoar District Hospital.

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43 Head, Says Poundkeeper STOCK ON BLAYNEY COMMON [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

43 Head, Says Poundkeeper STOCK ON BLAYNEY COMMON I - Recently Lyndhurst Shire Council i decided to get a report as to the somber of stock running on Blay iney Common. [ Mr. B. J. Luck, poundkeeper, wrote [ ydvising the May meeting of the Coun \ «il that the number of town stock was 43 head. Mr. Luck said he had collected xZ in fees since last meeting. He collected all money at the end of every quarter. Mr. E. N. Cahi'il opened his fence into a 10-acrc paddock for water. He was; running 23 head of cows and young cattle. This week he (Mr. Luck) in tended to do the fence up, as there was a little water in the dam. 'My fee for this report is 10/6, and all other reports will be 10/6 each,' Mr, Luck added. He went on: '1 think some of the trustees should have got a few facts before they voiced an opinion for the benefit of the Press. I have two books. One has an entry for all stock and the other is a receipt book for all money paid to me. The two books are handed in to the Clerk every qu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

. ? ? ? ? j CAM REED & SON ! (late DAVE REED). I Undertakers & Monumental Masons. Adelaide Street, Blayney. ! 'Phone 60. | Funerals Cpnductted Reverently 0 and Dignified. . . . Local Representative: Mr. Arthur Higgs )?:. :. 'PHONE: CARCOAte 3. '$. ' -M- S*' ? . — ? ? ? ? ' ' ? '? I JfUF SED! p-'f':':' ' V ' i 1 After 40 Years'* Trading in | Carcoar [:: we are still, doing1 our best'to give fv satisfaction ?' ' ' ? ; |V *IMl® YOUR ORDER FOR THE |g|- '.;? ??; 'CHRONICLE' jPPMlshed by Ray- ' Neve for the pro Neve and Co., ^ ^8t»ot» -Blayney. N.S.W.

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Wedding MANNING—BATCHELOR [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

Wedding MANNING— BATCHELOR A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Jude's Church, Randwick, at 6th on April 15, when Driver Keith, third son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Manning, of Carcoar, was married to Beryl, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bat- chelor, of Randwick.   The bride looked charming in a white lace frock and embroidered tulle veil, held in place by a coronet of orange blossoms. She carried a trailer bouquet of Tuber roses. Miss E. Langrich, as bridesmaid, wore mauve water-wave taffeta. Dvr. Robert Gorrel offciatcd as best man. During the signing of the Register, Mrs. John Lemmone sang 'I'll Walk Beside You.' The reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, and was attended by 70 guests. The happy couple later left for Cro- nulla, where the honeymoon was spent.

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OBITUARY Mrs. C. C. Hamilton, Carcoar [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 17 May 1944

OBITUARY Mrs. C. C. Hamilton, Carcoar The death occurred at Carcoar District Hospital on May 11 of Mrs. C. C. Ham-   ilton, relict of the late Mr. James Hamil- ton. Born at Lyone Gate on August 3, 1854, the late Mrs. Hamilton had spent years at Carcoar.

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