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NEVILLE PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944
j NEYfepjep I PERsdiAiBr Vivienne and Ernest- Rbbinspn, of, -raj®] Milson's Point, are ^hp^daying. relatives, Mr. and Mis.^rR^ Melville, at.Wm^ 'N™a'' '? ® Miss Shirley Ej^e^r, -of Burnt Yacds,3WP is spending a vacation with her aunt, Mrs. S. Bird. . /Se! a ? ? . ? its wfe' Mr. and Mrs. 'k. Goninan, ? who^J spent tbe school vacation.-'at Wellington,;.^® are . now back at Neville. ? ys ? ?i-M, 'V\ \iM Mr. and Mrs. R. Kable. of Litheow. are visitors to Mrs. Cock, senr. J Mrs. Miller, of FoAe's, is paying a visit to her mother^ Mir, Goodacre. -J® Mrs. Ciack -jMjt' ' daughter/ Mjre Clack, have fe3j|: staying, wither, Mrs. O. TCartwn^ht. . - .V. ? ?
Letters to the Editor. Butter Rations [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944
Letters to ?i iswa&SiSi,'- -'»oP Butter Rations ; J . -s,-j ? ?' 1 ? .r Sir, — On Saturday last!;-th-br-«3 tate elections were held. That is 'toi/Tvews. On Sunday (the day afterJWe elec tions) an announcement vrafcfc made that a cut of two ounces a ^yeek in the Australian butter ration had been effected. That was news. * Put the two items together and you just get a bad smell. I am curious enough to speculate wl\at effect the announcement on the butter ratio ling would have hpd if it had been made a day before the' elec tions. — Yours, etc, 'Cynical.' |
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944
r ANNUAL BALL In Aid of St. Joseph's Convent, Blayney. ? To-night (Wed.), May 31. MAJOR'S BOYS' DANCE BAND. To be Broadcasts Over 2BS (Bathurst) . JUVENILE — JUNE 1. ? PUBLIC MEETING To be held in the Memorial Hall, , Lyndhurst. ?. Saturday, 10th June, 1944 J AT 3 P.M. ? J TO FORM BRANCH OF COUNTRY 1 WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION | FOR LYNDHURST. .§ Blayney District Hospital TRIENNIAL ELECTION OF | DIRECTORS */ I ? THE ATTENTION, of Gontributoti to,. ' |jl tbe New South'''. .Gbuntry ' $eorf|8 !' Association, Central ,VS hereby invited to the factAWp. ' ft desire to be deemed Subscqpefr-£$q- , V ' iboveme'ntioned Hospital for^tlw i-ur )«?. jjjjj jAf the forthcoming trkpnial Action ^ , objectors, to be hold infeluly qr Au , \f-f .tijfiK$nay\,do so providea that Ih 4K jflMtributions amo.unt to not less than yF' 'ran)) shillings during.,the Hospital ' ifimmericing 1st JulyfilSMS.. iff It will W necessary fOjri'aijy. such 0. Irfributor who wishes tcij, be-^nrolled :.s Subscriber to the abovemeilri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944
Commonwealth AusXralia RATIONING COMMISSION NEW RATION BOOK ISSUE SATURDAY, JUNE 3 and SUNDAY, JUNE 4 WHERE? WHEN ? HOW ? The issuing centres will be the same as last year, wherever practicable. The exact loca tions of the centres are shown below. Between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. continuously on Saturday, 3rd June, and Sunday, 4tb June. This advertise ment concerns you. Cut it out for reference. To obtain a new Clothing Ration Card and Food Ration Book at any Issuing Centre each British Subject Civilian 14 years of age or over, or Alien Civilian holding an Alien Registration Certificate, must produce either in person or by an agent: (1) Civilian Identity Card which must show the correct address, or Alien Registration Certifi cate; and (2) Old Ration Book. (See below if unable to produce old book). SEPARATE CLOTHING CARD AND FOOD RATION BOOK Note that the new issue will consist of: (1) Clothing Ration Card; and (2) Food Ration Book. Make sure you receive both documents before leaving Issuin...
SUNDAY COMMUNITY CONCERTS PROVE POPULAR [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944
SUNDAY COMMUNITY CONCERTS PROVE POPPULAR A very enjoyable and successful community concert was held in the Convent School, Blayney. on Sun (^v evening last, when over 1 00 per sons joined in singing old and new (numbers. jlicsc concerts which arc now a re iul.ir Sunday night feature, are gaining popularity, each Sunday seeing a bigger jticncfance. S0|o numbers were nicely rendered by Eunicc Ryan. Joatl Ryan, the Miskell Sisters, Lois Brabham, Grace O'Malley, gctiy Bamgartcn, Merle Gillespie, M. Hjriigan. Barb Renaut and Sonny Ab hott. fhc concert was conductcd by Wally Snur1- w'10 the assistance of Lola Ljllinan and G. O'Malley as accompanists The crimes of history may be sum Tied up in the words: abuse of Power. -Robert Ingersoll.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944
FARMERS &r GE AZIE3^» CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN^ INSURANCE & AGENCY CO., LTP^Mj Branches. London, Goulburn, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Orange', ;Tcmora,|^^^^» Dubbo, Cowra,; Tamjvorth, Tenterfielc^'; i IN PROSPEROUS TIME^ CO^RAJ^P; . TO PROSPERITY I. ill IN ADVERSE SEASONS, Hie Benefits' of as extended to Primary Producers REDU^ES^gH^^p||»; ; ? THE 'F. 8 G.' WOOL REBATE OF 40 ! AND LOANS AT .THE LOWEST . RATE | ' ARE OF GREAT ASSIST CONSIGN: WOOL, STOCK, RABBITSK!NS,-.Mpv JO; THE .^5j§fc; GREAT COUNTRY ORGANISA1j||ftft \ ; . . Jgjgj The Farmers & I SYDNEY. Licensed .Auctioneers, Stock and
HOW TO OBTAIN CERTIFIED POTATO SEED Question Answered At Blayney Growers' Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944
I HOW TO OBTAIN CERTIFIED POTATO SEED Question Answered At Blayney Growers' Meeting The above question was asked at the Blayney Potato Growers' Asso ciation meeting held at the Shire Chambers on Monday nigftc last. Mr, Jack Abbott sought the informa tion, stating that he was now interested in potato growing, and wou'ld like to know how the grade was obtained. Mr. I. C. Hood (Chairman) explain ed that it was necessary for Departmen tal Officers to make several inspections during the growing period. The first of these was made during the flowering. Freedom from disease -,vas one of the principal points. If the tubers were found to be of the correct siandard. then the certificate vould follow. Mr. Hoc J added that ..'id seed was absolutely necessary. From i;;s experience, it definitely paid for a grow:: o achieve this objective.
Anglican Church Dispute SUIT AGAINST BISHOP OF BATHURST [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944
Anglican Church Dispute SUIT AGAINST BISHOP OF BATHURST A number of members of the Church of England in the Diocese j of Bathurst are the relators in proceedings which have begun in the Equity Jurisdiction against the Bishop of Bathurst, the Right Reverend A. L. Wylde. The court will be asked to restrain the Bishop from departing from the order of administration of Holy Com munion in Bathurst Cathedral set out &nbsp; in the Book of Common Prayer auth- ored in the reign of Charles II. It is contended by the relators that, although the Book of Common Prayer contains the only legal order of giving the sacrament of commu- nion in Anglican churches, Bishop Wylde has for some time habitually adopted the order prescribed in a book entitled 'The Holy Eucharist,' &nbsp; commonly known as 'The Red Book. ' They say, further, that he has en- couraged his clergy to use 'the Red Book' as communion services in other churches throughout the diocese. &nbsp; SIGN OF CROSS Comp...
OBITUARY. Thomas Kenny, Lyn[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944
OBITUARY Thomas Kenny, Lyndhurst The1 death occurred on Thursday morning last of a well-known and highly respected resident of Lyndhurst, Mr. Thomas Kenny, aged 74 years. Deceased, who was a single man, and resided at Lyndhurst for many years. He was a man of very high moral character, and was noted in the locality for his honesty and way of living. He would not apply for the pension, but preferred to work at various positions as required by the residents. He was found dead in bed by a neigh- bour, having passed away in his sleep, death being due to natural causes. The funeral took place on Friday, in- terment being made in the R.C. portion of Lyndhurst cemetery. A service at the church and graveside was conducted by Fr. Wiseley. The funeral was attended by a large number of old friends. Messrs. Cam Reed & Son attended to funeral arrange- ments.
WAS FORMER NEVILLE RESIDENT Death of Mr. A. Buckingham In Sydney [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; RESIDENT Death of Mr. A. Buckingham In Sydney The death occurred recently at Canter- bury Hospital of Mr. Archie Bucking- ham aged 59 years, a well-known farmer, &nbsp; late of the Neville and Condobolin dis- tricts. He retired from farming three years ago and took up residence at Bel- more, being employed at Chullora. He is survived by his widow Mrs A. Buck- ingham (formerly Miss Alice Fenton) of Hobby's Yards, and two sons, Archie and George (A.I.F.), and two daughters Jean and Ethel (Mrs. Mayberry). &nbsp;
Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944
Lyndhurst Personals Mr. Tom Toshack was called to Cargo last week owing to the death of his cousin , Mr. Joe Wise. Our sympathy is &nbsp; extended to Mrs. J. Davis and Mr. Toshack. ? ? ? Mr. A. Cartney, local bus proprietor, is ;u r.ftrnr nor en iovine the best of hea'ith. « ? ? Miss Vera Byrnes is at present spend ing a holiday in Sydney with friends. ? ? ? Mrs. Parsons, of 'Limestone,' was unfortunate enough to slip and injure her leg. She is now an inmate of Car coar Hospital. * * * The £2/2/ order, presented by Mr. B. O'Neil, in connection with the recent Catholic Ball, was won by Mr. Greg. H.ihn, of Carcoar, with ticket No. B91.
SMITH - RIDLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 31 May 1944
SMITH - RIDLEY A very pretty wedding, of interest to &nbsp; Mandurama residents, took place at All Soul's Church, Leichhardt, on May 13, when Dorothy, elder daughter of Mr. &nbsp; and Mrs. A. Ridley, of Stanmore (late &nbsp; of Mandurama) was married to Staff Sergeant Ron Smith, A.I.F. returned, third son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. D. Smith, of Mandurama. The bride presented a charming picture in her gown of all-over lace, with a hand-embroidered Brussell net veil (graciously loaned by the Convent of the Home of the Good Shepherd) and her bouquet, a gift of the bridegroom, was of frangipanni and carnations. She was attended by her younger sis- ter, Joyce, who was attractively gowned in Jacaranda blue taffeta, old world style, with an old world posy of pink carna- tions and gladioli. The bridegroom, who was in uniform, was attended by Cpl. P'troop Hughie Taylor, A.I.F. returned, also in uniform, who acted as best man. Before the bride entered the church, a member o...
ATTEMPTED ESCAPES BRING GERMAN REPRISALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944
ATTEMPTED ESCAPES BRING GERMAN REPRISALS International Red Cross report on a delegate's visit to Stalag Luft HI prison camp, in July. 1943 mentioned that at that time ' disci pline had been tightened up after th? attempted mass escapte of 30 to 40 officers. This is nearly twelve months earlier than the recent reported es cape of prisoners of war from this camp. The 1943 report states' that distribution of boots had been de layed, since it had been discovered that money had been inserted in the soles of some shoes, to be used by prisoners of war on escape. The commandant at the camp had also reduced the distribution of Red Cross parcels to half a parcel per week. I per man, after he had discovered a' store of cigarettes and provisions in one part of the camp, ready to be used by escapees. j
SUCCESS CROWNS CATHOLIC FETE AT MILLTHORPE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944
SUCCESS CROWNS CATHOLIC FETE AT MILLTHORPE Tlie fete, conducted by mem bers of the (Catholic Church in Frape's Hall, Millthorpe, last week, was most successful. The following ladies were in charge of the various stalls: Produce. — Mrs. Carmody Children's. — Mrs. Collins. Fancy Dress. — Mrs- D. Redmond. Sweets — Mrs. Cheetham. Flowers. — Mrs. Murphy. Refreshments- — Mrs. E. Rapley. Personal Items. j Mr. D. Redmond, who has been con. | fined to his bed, although not the ! be.?t, is about again. | Mrs. G. Spargo is at present in the i Base Hospital, Orange, recovering ! from an operation for tonsil trouble, i Miss Edna May has returned to | duties at Dubbo Post Office following ; a tonsils operation. Mrs. J. Bennett and children, Gar- 1 net and Rosemary, have returned home after spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Bennett
PAY AS-YOU-EARN" TAXATION: OFFICER TO VISIT BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944
4 1 PAY -AS- YOU -EARN ' ' TA^ATIOK : OFFICER TO VISIT BLAYNEY i ' -'?= The Federal Deputy Commis sioner of Taxation, Mr- J. W, Hughes, invites attention to his advertisement in to-day's Issue notifying employers of the chang ed conditions which apply to the deductions of tax instalments from 1st July next It is explained by Mr. Hughes that, although an employer, who or dinarily employs less than 10 per sons from whose salary or wages tax instalments are deductable, is not obliged to register as a group employer, he may apply to the Tax. ation Department to he so registered. There is an entirely new system to be put into operation as from the 1st July, with regard to the purchase of tax stamps and the manner in which those stamps are to be hand ed to the' employees concerned. Employers who are not registered as group employers, and who there fore will be required to purchase tax stamps! and deial with them accord, ing to the new system may obtain a | copy oi the ©rochure from the of...
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944
BLAYNEY TOWN TALK Pte Russell Luck has returned to his unit after spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Luck, of 'The Village,' King's Plains. Mrs. J. Masters is now showing im provement after a severe attack of tonsilitis- For the few days, she has been staying with her 'daughter, Mrs. P. Hildebrandt, of Church Street. After a holiday at Barry, Mrs Frank Clancy returned home on Mon day. The community night organised on Sunday night last at the Blayney Catholic School was again most suc cessful. A good programme was ren dered by local artists and thoroughly enjoyed by all present. Mr. C- A. Crosby, of Parkes. has commenced duties as an accountant at the Commercial Bank of Sydney at Blayney. Mr- Crosby has taken the position formerly held by Mr. W. ; Munkton, who left Blayney on Fri- j day last for his new appointment at j Cauowindra i _ Miss Betty Hill, of 'Wonga.' Blay ney spent the week-end with Mis. F J. Harris, of Bathurst, who was a former iesidient of Blayney. Mr ...
[?]ney Complimented On Excellent Response To Loan One Of Few Towns To Exceed [?]ious Efforts" [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944
ney Complimented On excellent Response To Loan I One Of Few Towns To Exceed I evious Efforts'5 \ it lougli Blayney did reach the high (jiiota : ? ?tied in the. First Vic : ,:-y Loan, the figures are , improvement 011 pro ? ?? i|IS efforts. s some satisfaction to ihe Blay '.Var Loans Committee to know ;. nlso, as they did quite a fair nt of organising to help attain ;. ,uota. letter of appreciation for their has been received from the i ict Loan Organiser (Mr. Colin ige) to Mr. R. H. Clark, Cliair 1 of Blayney Committee. I .he communication reads: ''.Please accept my sincere thanks the work you and your fellow wnrkers did in organising the First Victory Loan campaign at Blayney. 'I appreciate greatly the ser vice rendered by your committee, and they have the satisfaction of knowing- that thanks to their efforts, Blayney was one of the few centres to raise more money than in previous1 campaigns. 'None of us can rest until thi:- Si eat struggle is brought to a final successful conclusi...
[?] FORBES [?] BIG [?] PATRIOTIC EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944
^ :,-4®iiSr ; FORBES ;|, ^A'XaidifPf^Pt'OST vrcasur-r Clairencc', of VIti . ti:c rrrcr,t «^»ined ract meeting, 'om;,f-l:''on 'WW street carnival, in $ Kfcjw. o| tLc !:trbes Comforts Fund, Red Socvt , and C.U.S.A.. has prepared f -j. , H ' ,n connection with the Vjiic). discloses that the record :^®J - i\55/9/- was netted from ® !,#-,'novc:i T' originally promoted by tji 'Mir. AtK.: C tjjn, says the Forbes 'Ad- i-a - balance sh&t shows that p. . ipts. were j£ 39 12/3/6, W ' :t ? netted from 'the race r'| £1460/ 14/2 from the fej ccn / -? tion, street carnival and g|g«p«cr at iii, ; .. The queen competition fought in arly £1000.