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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

NOTICE A REWARD OF £150 will be paid to the person or persons giving Information that will lead to the conviction of anyone STEAL ING SrTfSEP from 'Coombing Park.' 11 REWARD) OF £50 will' be paid for information leading to thi conviction of anyone tampering with Flood Gates or Wire Net ting on 'Coombing Park.'* ANYONE FOUND TRESPASSING, Shooting, Rabbiting or Fishing on 'Coombing Park,' will be prosecuted without resafcrt. to per ^ 20/4/-27. WHITNEY PASTORAL COMPANY LIMITED the colonial mutual fire INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. T1IE LEADING AUSTRALIAN OFFICE 74 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Efficiency and integrity are the kejjnotes of this Company. Sympathetic fflnsideration is the watchword. Prompt and honorable settlement of all claims is the 'motto.' ^presented throughout this district by —

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SGT. WARE HONORED Happy Neville Function [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

SGT. WARE HONOREDK Happy Neville Function I Sgt. Les. Ware, of the RAA1\ I was tile guest of honor at a dam e I held in tne Seville Hall on Sa I urday night last. I He was accompanied by his vifeB formerlv of Parkes I On behalf of the Neville Patriotic® Fund, Mr. R. Speers, president, pre® scnted the guests of the evening withB a wallet and notes. H Sgt Ware suitably responded. B 'For He's A Jolly Good Fellow' umsB sung, and a most appetising suppei'B served. H.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

A PUBLIC MEETING will be held on Saturday, 10th June, 1944 IN FRONT OP D. J KNIGHTS STORE, MANDURAMA Business: To make arrangements to clean-up Lyndhurst and Carcoar Cemeteries. W. J. WOODWARD, Convenor. ' TAX INSTALMENT DEDUCTIONS ! INCOME TAX ASSESSMENT ACT, 1936-1944. NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS Attention is drawn to the follow ing requirements : — 1. As the new provisions of the abovementioned Act relating to groups come into operation on 1st July, 1944, any employer who, dur ing the twelve months ended 31st May, 1944, ordinarily employed ten or more persons from whcse salary or wages tax instalment deductions ?re made, is required to apply for registration as a Group Employer not later than 14th June, 1944. Such an employer should, however, wait until 7th June, 1944, to apply, for registration, as it is intended to issue notification of registration from information in the possession of this Department. If notificatioH1 of registration is not received bye'', that date, application shou...

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Powers Referendum Before Session [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

Powers Referendum Before Session next ®mi«i0 of Parliament. Present indications are twt liameht will meet late in August.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BARRY PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

BARRY PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Hildebrandt an$ I family, and Mr. A. H. Hildebrandt have gone to reside in Blayney. They will be greatly missed here, as all were good citizens, always to the fore in various functions with financial and practical assistance. ? ? ? Margaret and Alex Dowell, students at colleges at Orange and Bathurst, les pectively, have been home on account of illness. ? ? ? Mr. Reg Dwycr, a student at the Teachers' -College, Armidale, who has been spending the vacation with his par ents here, returned to Armidale at the week-end. ? ? ? Mrs. H. Cheney, and son, Oscar, who have been holidaying in Sydney, have returned to their home. ? ? » Sergt. Chris Fowler, and his wife, who have been the guests of the for mer's parents here, have returned to their home at Randwick.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

CARCOAR TOWN TALK Matron Rich, of Carcoar District Hospital, has left for Sydney, where she will receive medical attention. ? ? » m Mrs. H. Smith and two children, of Bathurst, recently paid a short visit to her sister, Mrs. H. Stammers, of 'Box Hill.' Mrs- Davis and family have return ed home after a very enjoyable holi day spent at Mullian Creek * ? ? * Mr. and Mrs. Snider are at present visiting their country home at 'Stoke, field.' ? ? ? Mrs. A. Furner has returned home after spending holidays with relatives at Marrickville. . ? o ? Sister Nesham left Carcoar last week to take up nursing duties at i Mascot. 1

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Outstanding Success CATHOLIC JUVENILE BALL AT BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

Outstanding Success CATHOLIC JUVENILE BALL AT BLAYNEY The juvenile dance, which is held each year in con junction with the 'Convent Ball at Blayney, took place at the Theatre Blayney on Thursday njjght last. It was a great success, box office receipts being in the vicinity of £160. Mr- W. Smart, with his flair for entertaining the young folk, proved an ideal M.C., aSid kept the dancers in a happy mood throughout the evening. The supper, as usual, was a special feature of the dance, and the young people expressed complete satisf ac ? tion with the excellent repast provi ded for them by the ladies. A tribute of thanks from all is due to the supper-room committee for their unselfishness in working so weil and so willingly for both nights of the ball. The parents seemed to enjoy the evening as much as the children. Excellent music was provided by Mr C Dennett, whilst a much ap preciated extra was given by Miss Lola Callinan. At 12 o'clock this happy function was brought to a conclusion....

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMFIRMATION SERVICES Dr. Norton To Visit Carcoar And Lyndhurst [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

COMFIRMATION SERVICES Dr. Norton To Visit CarcoaB And Lyndhurst ? The Catholic Bishop of Biith urst, Dr. Norton, will celebrate Mass at Carcoar on Sunday next, June 11, at 8.30 am. Confirmation will be administi-i- f ter the 10 o'clock Mass at Lyndluns and at 3 p.m. at Carcoar the sn m csy. ^ ?

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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Lyndhurst Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

Lyndhurst Personals . iGss Dorothy Wilson has retUn I after spending several days in nl ange where she had to seek J advice for her eyes. » » * * I After spending several weeks' h0v day as the guest of his sister Mr, F. Moss, in the City, Mr. S. Hinr-s'j, ' returned to his home at Mounts View. * * * We are pleased to report that ai,, Clarrie Wilson and children are 'llm well on the road to recovery. * * * Mrs. T. Death and her clanghu Chloe have returned home aft, ,- a enjoyable stay in Bathurst. * * * Another of our local ladies sULyin in Bathurst is Mrs. B. MeGrat] . whose mother is not enjoying -v00 ; health. * * * ! We are pleased to be able t0 ci.ne( a report, recently published, -,i tl , death of Mrs. Bunting's fa-, her u ; Bell. We understand this £entk-m*ai ; who lias recently been ill, is now covering. | * * * i Coming events at Lyndhurst -,U( ilK the Red Cross Ball and the c \V; meeting this month. A tennis toinn; ment at the Recreation Courts v,i also be held.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WALTON - BROOKS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

WALTON - BROOKS A wedding of interest to Neville re- sidents was celebrated in the Church of England, Shaw, on Saturday last, when Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Walton, was married to Keith, elder son of Mrs. E. Brooks, of Neville. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a powder-blue en- semble and white accessories. She was attendee by her sister, Miss M. Walton, dressed in dusty   pink, with navy accessories. Mr. J. Rowlands acted as best man. The Rev. E. A. Pearce, of Carcoar, officiated, and while the register was being signed, Miss Beryl Sparkes sang 'I'll Walk Beside You.'   The wedding party then adjourned to the home of the bride's parents for the reception.

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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RECENT WEDDINGS DOLBELL - LEWIS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

recent WEDDINGS DOLBELL - LEWIS   The marriage of Mary Josephine, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. D0lbell of 'Grubbenbun,' Garland, to Drv. Roy Lewis, A.I.F., son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Lewis, of St. Peters, was celebrated at Carcoar Catholic Church on May 24, by the Rev. Fr. Wisely. The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father, looked charming in an exquisite gown of chantilly lace and velvet, loaned to her by a former nurse, Mrs. Reg. Morgan, of Kendal Street, Cowra. Her veil of embossed tulle, which is 25 years old, was loaned by Mrs. Wilson, of Brisbane Street, Cowra. This was mounted on a foundation of   cut tulle, forming a coronet, and loaned by Mrs. Dick Miller, of Fitz- roy Street, Cowra.   The bride's bouquet of red roses   and carnations, mingled with au- tumn tinted foliage, set off the beau- tiful frock. Miss Aileen Dolbell, who attended her sister as bridesmaid, was gowned in heaven blue crepe, classicall...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY MR. CLAUDE SEYMOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 7 June 1944

OBITUARY MR. CLAUDE SEYMOUR The death occurred in a Sydney hos- pital of Mr Claude John Seymour of Bathurst, and former resident of Man-   durama, after a lengthy illness. He resided in Bathurst for a number of years and for a time was employed at the factory. He was well known in a number of Western towns and at various periods had lived in Wellington, Dubbo, Bre- warrina and Mandurama. He is survived by his widow, three daughters, Mrs. W. Fowler, Mrs. Bella   McDonald and Mrs. Gladys Dumbrell, all of Bathurst, and one son, Mr. Jack Sey- mour, of Dubbo. The funeral took place at Dubbo on Saturday, the remains being sent from Sydney by train.

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OVER 75 COUPLES ATTEND LYNDHURST RED CROSS BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

OVER 75 COUPLES ATTEND LYNDHURST RED CROSS BALL Over 75 couples danced to tlx* sti-ains of the Piccadilly Orches tra at the Red Cross Ball, in the Memorial Hall, Lyndhurst on Friday nifght last. It is expected that about £26 will be cleared. A novelty dance was won by fthssB May Bill and partner. I Visitors were present from all sur ? rounding districts, while supper was H in the capable hands of the Lynd ? hurst Red Cross ladies and proved® all that could be desired. I

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Further Advance Made : Mules Operation In Sheep [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

Further Advanc e Made : Mules Operation In Sheep As a result of further advan. ces in methods for the preven tion and treatment of fly strike in sheep, the Council for Scienti fic and Industrial Research have issued a supplement to Bulletin No. 174 recently made available. The supplement reads: Certain misconceptions have exist ed regarding the Mules operation and the length of the docked tail. Many sheep owners have believed that the Mules operation lean benefit only sheep with skin folds or wrinkles in the breech. This is not so. Any so-called plain-breeched Me rino ewe can be rendered less sus. ceptible to crutch strike by the use of the modified Mules operation as described in the supplement. The re sults of an experiment cited in the Supplement show this clearly. Par ticularly plain-breeched weaner ewes were selected from the flotck of one group, the wrinkly sheep operated upon formed the second group, and wrinkly sheep not operated upon formed the third group. During the succe...

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338 RATION BOWLS ISSUED AT MANDURAMA [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

338 RATION B001, I ISSUED AT MANEJRamJ The issue of Ration Books at Mamdurama was made on Saturday and Sunday last. To dults. 292 books were issued and 46 to children under 9 yeais-J making a total of 10 less than last year. me uijwjcip wioji iv/ caxcjiu inanksH to the public for consideration inH making a call at a slack time. H This meant much to those engaged I on distributing the .books, and is I evidence of the helpfulness of local I residents. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

DANCERS, 'WARE ! Overcoats Disap ; I Three dance fans at - cent Rch Cross Ball a, huist had the mlsfortuit their overcoats. One light-fingered 'geju-. ,; was (courteous enough Z- ' bis old Tweed coats in , the new leather coat ta : , Mr. Murray Fuller v.., pleased if the owner ol ' coat would call and co); x . i; coupon free !

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A WEALTH OF TALENT Community Night At Blayney [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

A WEALTH Of TALENT Community Night At Blayney Thfl happiest spot in Blayney on Sunday night laat wa6 tte bommunity concert in the u« vfcnt School. The young people certainly know how to put over community num' bers. and the amount of talent found at these concerts is very en couraging. Solo numbers were rendered by quite a number of young folk, and though each one can be classed as excellent, special mention must be made of the 'Trio,' the Miskell sis ters, whose musical achievements ar-- well known throughout the dis trict, and who, we feel sure, will not stop at local concerts, but will be heard from the stage of some City th6£Ltre Eunice Ryan's number was as ever very well done and one of the most popular. This young lady has al ready done work over the radio, and we hope to see her with one of the leading bands, as this type of num ber suits her admirably. Joan Mooney and Joan Ryan, both excellent sopranos, can stand up to the most exacting critics, and do credit to their teache...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

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DR. G. GREENWOOD AT BLAYNEY Another University Lecture Next Week [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

DR. Cr. GREENWOOD AT BLAYNEY Another University Lecture Next Week A big attendance is expected at the University Extension Lecture at Blayney on Friday, June 23, when Dr. G. Green wood is to lecture on 'The U.S.A. In The Pacific.' It is emphasised that members of the public are very welcome to at tend these lectures, which are en joyable ana informative. Each lec ture is followed by a question time in which the lecturer, discusses any ; points raised by the audience. | It is important to mention that the . Parisli Hall will be heated.

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Trunkey Pars [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 14 June 1944

Trunkey Pars Mrs. V. Smith is visiting her mother, who is in ill-health. * « * Li.A-C. Frank Purnell ajid family ' of Parkes, visited Trunkey at the week-end. ? * * The monthly meeting of Trunkey W.A.C. was held on Saturday after noon last. All officers and members attended.

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