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Pucawan Farmer's Tragic Death Suicide Finding At Inquiry [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

nBHp^Farmer^S r:C%\ fllJp: Tragic'De#! H Siilcide Finding At Inquiry 5BAT the deceit died near his residence on the night of Wednesday, September a result of a gunshot wound in the head, selfad ^ndnUmljplle of an unsound mind, m the finding of the District ^CoxfflDe^lB. J, A. Bradley) at an inquiry last Monday miH Thursday Into ibe death of Alfred Ernest Anderson, farmer, of Pucawan. Called as af ^ uratoess, Annie Isobel Anderson, widow dt the deceased, said that her husnaaxa had enjoyed good health until last 'Pscember, when he suffered injuries to the back in a fall from a haystack. Since this accident he had been of. a nervous and Irritable disposition ahd had not been sleeping well WOULD NOT LISTEN TO WAR ' ' NEWS ? . ?? ' |||He was very worriedyjmOteTigai^ meak of war in Etoop^pfOT^SS^sra a silir who at the time was touring En^Sna and Europe^^ ?A A f3fedays -j^i»r to his death, ; he had not to switch on the radio when war bulletins were being broadcast. 'Witness told the Corone...

Publication Title: Temora Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EASTERN TREND [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

EASTERN TREND The West is hastening to meet the West these days, especially in the way cf fashiens, so of course, Me'ro-Gcldwyn-Maycr's Rosalind Rnssell would be among the first to advocate the exotic turban. For day and night wear they are prov ing equally popular, either made in heavy crepes or the finest of talles.

Publication Title: Temora Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fashion Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

fashion Notes Get ycur hair cut short — and save money. That's the advice of Joan Crawford, who was literally shorn for her role in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's 'The Woman', (in which she is starred with Norma Shearer and Rosalind Russell). 'Short hair is fine for sports,' she said, 'but I niver realised what a problem it was for evening. No types of hats seemed to suit. It was then that the star solved the situation. She purchased three yards of fishnet. This she twisted about her head, turban fashion, so that no hair showed at all, giving a glamorous and totally different effect for very little money. Now Miss Crawford has fishnet in every conceivable color to match, as well as contrast, with every evening gown in her wardrobe. She pass's the hint on as a lifesaver to girls who have succumbed to the popular 'baby bobs', and who wonder what to do with it when evening par ties roll around. Xf * * Striking beach ensemble was modell ed by Lana Turner at a recent outdoor affair. Made of a fil...

Publication Title: Temora Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Jamal" THE MACHINELESS PERMANENT [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

'Jamal' THE MACKINELESS PERIilAXENT A few years ago even smzrt wo men had to sit utidEr heavy ma chines and be strung to wires fcr the sake of a pemanent wave. Today Jamal. the machineless per manent, has released beauty from such unnecessary discomfort. You are free to do as you please when you are getting a Jamal perman ent. There is no machinery. There are no wires, no electricity, no harm ful chemicals. You can relax, read a book, move around the salon if you wish. Instead of heavy cumbrrsome ma h nery, entangling wires and the fear of electric current, just tiny feather weight pads cal'ed 'vapets' are wrap ped around each curl. These vapets automatically heat themselves to the right temperature and bathe your hair in clean, colorless vapor. Jamal, which is endorsed by the leading hairdressers in Australia, is the system of permanent-waving employed by The City Ladies' Hairdressers, 142 Hoskins Street, Temora.

Publication Title: Temora Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personal [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

[?] |£R; j»u& Smith, who JoraSome jean 1m-£ken' attached to the ^emSn Scott p&ti^|feiteVv^t Te pota.rlast Friday^ 'jfflr to accept a, 5-p6|tipn with a lffig^|Aelboume job ^JQting house. SmsKDl^G a holiday ol :«reet, is Mrs. Erfiftgbt. of Melbourne^ , twenty-first bir^^ay of Miss paSa^'Brien^ was c^brated at her 8yme^gP'1Tl6|Sday inght. The even ing w&s -spent^iaw^&ancing and -the playing Of games. ?% ? . - * * * MISS Joan Russell, of Mosman, arriv ed in Temora last Saturday to spend a fer^h^-^whniirigy with her sister, Miss M£p^&&sell, .of the teaching staff.Hcl|r bhjg rTemora Intermediate' the eii2Et cf her father, '^M-. and her sister, Mrs. L. Jeffreys, of H6s^ kips Street,' is Mrs. N. Lyons, of Bath-s urst. * a= * IN Temora as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Loiterton, of Young Road, are Mr. Cyril Loiterton, of Weethalie, and Miss Linda Loiterton, of Sydney. . ' ; » * ' * SPENDING a holiday in Temora as the guests of Mr. E. H. McMullen, i...

Publication Title: Temora Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

DID YOU KNOW! FOR RESULTS that Speak for Themselves from your Camera, are from FILMS LEFT WITH— MR. JACK STEPHENSON Hairdresser, Hoskins St., TEMORA BEFORE 10 a.m. ? READY 5 p.m. SAME DAY AGENT FOR— Temora Commercial and Arts Home Photographers Same Day Photo Finishers, Polaris Street, TEMORA. Rafid^ll's Home Made Cakes 9 SPONGE SANDWICHES 9 MEAT PIES 9 APPLE TIES 0 APPLE SWEETS LOFTUS STREET Just Around Herman's Comer Noticq^o Farmers Change your old sca&n's Wheat warrants to New Season's at 4Id. per bushel with W. J. PORTER CASH WHEAT BUYER Royal Hotel Blinding Phone 230 ^ TEMORA INSIST ON THE BEST ir . . ALWAYS ASK FOB Pardee's Temora Jlour ?or Delightful Bread, fscones. Cake# and Pastr^ ^ * Pardey & Co. PROrRIETARY LTD. MILLERS £ TbMUltA — AND — GRIFFITH ? G. Asli*»& Sons QUALIFIED AND PRACTICAL MONUMENTAL lllASONS ALWAYS IN TEMORA ' Patronise Local Industry * ...

Publication Title: Temora Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Success Show, At Arra[?] P[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

[?] [?] [?] 'l^e weatlis:^^HjB^^^^nd aheflf i tendance, though means a.rcr. Features of tllf illpfilts^were quality; and quantity. ? Crowds thronged the pavilkm throughout the day and spent their surplus energy : cheer ing the local pugulistic charqpiqns in. the.; hoxing tent arsd lauTh'ng afc tjie an'.i s_ of cir cus performers., Wg::. /* A large number .of ' stalls and . side shows were scatteriid 'throughout the ground and each g|-pearedl to he. do-: in«3r fine busmess..|S£ In the pavihpni«ie only departure from the custdmaij^ display was seen in the schools sectidiB; which the Ariah Park branch- of the; Federation organ ised on non-compefetiva lines. HORSES OF HIGH STANDARD The usual high standard of exhibits in the display of 'horses was' easily maintained Mid Mr. S. Ford was the winner of a number of coveted cups, including the^SCc^t Collings Cup for ciydesdales, ana t&fe; Rogers XJup for a rlhree-year-old tUlv!|^ ?Successful also iri§|$his section were Me^rs. J. C. Hi...

Publication Title: Temora Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

«j ^ 5? ?''* f- I some women tan... 1 P g WILLIAM FRAWlfY ? JOYCE CDMFTON 1/ .„d ,f ,i, ma„ ,h,- 6 S HOBABT CAVANAOGfl V ^„4 / ,. S ^ DirocUd by Gregory FUloif Ak \1^ ' / / Q k. A»»ocl«tt Producer food Scrrra PJay by) N«rcn«Uy JohftftM //.A fotT ht4tftrbr€&k. ! *'-- H C 13 Grand Old S009*! ? Gordon ud mv kit? m A 200i CMhuyToi Pietui* ** Dirryl F. Zaauck la Ch«rg« of Production Y^y^/ -T* M & W - ? '' Not Suitable for General Exhibition. £4 » I'M ALWAYS CHASING RAINBOWS ? TiIF. VAMP ? AVALON ? s ?# BEBBBBBflBBBBBflBBBBBBBBBflBBBflifiBBBBflflBBflB |'''s E WER A QE'''j ? i B J Council's Contractors ? : Chesterfield & Jenkins ; ? B ? CONSULT the Experienced Firm — No delay in Completing Jobs B ? ? ? 68 Lof tus Street Tepiora ? B (Opposite Bank of New South ^ \ ' IfllllBIIIBBBHBBBIRIflflBBBBBBIIIBB^BIIBIBB

Publication Title: Temora Advertiser, The
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School of Arts PROPOSAL TO SUB-LET BILLIARD ROOM [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

[?] PROPOSAL TO SUB-LET BILLIARD ROOM At a mcetirg of the School of Arts committee last Thursday night, Mr. R. Hammond suggested that the bill'ard room bs sub-let on a 60/40 bas s. After discussing the proposa at length, the committee decided to take no action in the matter pending an investigation by a sub-committee into the affairs of the institution. The sub-committee will submit its report at a special meeting to he called on Monday week. Permissibn was granted to the local Red Cross to usa the reading room of the institute on two afternoons a .week. The meeting cf last Thursday night was the first of the new committee of the School of Arts.

Publication Title: Temora Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

^WPSP^*I& osDia^^HHpiP^ g8a8fSB&«. 330? - r .» fl \ ; . ._.- ? V'\ -'??* ;A':r-:; ' ^f'^1 '^Bj WifliB|«»Ei^^^^^^^^OT'o«EEEBEBeH'^lWii^||E? , '^^fiorts Coats : *§' f The t3Wii|| Garment &-r Men - We are showing ttie finest range in town ?*? in Plain and Action^Back Style ;&. m IIP' mm SPEEDWAY^ SPORTS COATS HOGAN & CO. 'The Better Quality House for Men's Wear' Box 45 TEMORA Phone 21 IBIBEBIIIIIllIIIBIBIIBtlBIIIIIIBBIBailSII DO YOU INTEND TO BUILD? OUR SERVICES ARE ALWAYS OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENT Let us complete YOUR PLANS and Submit OUR ESTIMATE OUR ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE GAINED IN MANY NOT ABLE MODERN BIULDINGS IS AT YOUR COMMAND ALSO— ALL CLASSES OF JOINERY MADE AT SHORTEST NOTICE BRICKS ALWAYS ON HAND IN ANY QUANTITIES AT.T. CLASSES OP BUILDING MATERIALS FOR SALE GET EN TOUCH WITH Harold C. Melzer BUILDER & TIMBER MERCHANT NEW PREMISES, HOSKINS STREET NORTH Phone 278. TEMORA Box 56 r170 Uo^JGpm Garson,. x _ ^ * * ' ^FLASHING NEW O C V' J ^...

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Display Of Show Pictures AT GRAY'S PHARMACY [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

Display Of Show Pictures AT GRAY'S PHARMACY For the benefit of his customers, patients and clients, _Mr. Phil Gray, who recently took over Mr. J. J. Doyle's pharmacy business, has arranged for the display of a remarkable range of 'Movegraph' photographs of scenes at the Temora Show in the window of his shop and dispensary.- . ... And it is well worth a visit to Gray's chemist shop to sse these photographs. Although they have been in Temora only a short time, Mr. and Mrs. Gray have already made many friends through their business and aS they hope to make many more, they extend an invitation to Temora people to call on them at their shop and dispensary which is one bt ' the most modern in Temora.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

This is SANDY, sensational new baby, star, who has amazed Holly wood with her wonderful acting ability- ' She has' been starred in ter second picture, 'UNEXPECTED FATHER'.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN AUTHOR AT SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

AUSTRALIAN AUTHOR AT SHOW Among fee visitors to the Temora ??how was Mr. Jack Moses, author* of j 'Nine Mi?es:° P*om Gundagai' §nd' other wdfeknbiim books of the Aus trallan busk.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

'DARE-DEVIL' Frank McFarlane and his sister, Doris, thrill spectators with their famous 'Roman Ride' ringside act at the Temora Show.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

Gray's Shop and Dispensary is easy to find because the cost office is opposite to it»—(Advt.)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket Season Opens FIRST SATURDAY COMP. MATCH TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

Cricket Season Opens j FIRST SATURDAY COMP. MATCH TOMORROW With nine teams competing, the j 1C33/40 Saturday cricket competi tion will open tomorrow. J The full competition draw is not yet available, but the draw for next Sat urday's play is: Springdale v. Comban ing; Pucawan v. Gidginbung, Narra burra v. Sebastopol, Mimosa v. Bag dad, High School a bye. Quandary will not compete in the coming season. SUNDAY MATCHES The first Sunday cricket match of the new season will be played next Sunday, when the Old Boys will meet the Temora Juniors on Nixon Park No. 1 wicket in a trial match. The Sunday competition will begin officially on Sunday, October 1. DIGGERS' v. CHESTERFIELD & JENKINS On Nixon Park No. 2 next Sunday morning the Diggers' team will meet a team from Chesterfield and Jenkins. The following teams have been sel ected to play in this match: — _ OLD BOYS f L. Freeman, W. Mulcahy,. H. Rees, R. Hammond, W. Hartwig, K. Grady, C. Wallace, . R. Bland, T. Woods, B. Schliebs,...

Publication Title: Temora Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Municipal Officers Fear Shortage Of Copper, Lamps, Chemicals [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

Muilicip^i Officers Fear * Shortage Of Copper, - Lamps, Chemical IN their reponK submitted to the Municipal Council at a^^n*®e'ing lasP Monday wjtht, tbe Municipal electrical engneer-(Mr. IttcMullen) and the healtmlnspector (Mr. Hodgson) drew attention to the increasing difficulty^ of obtaining supplies of materials for the respective main tenance, of the town electrical power service and the Municpal Swim ming Pcot since the outbreak cf war in Europe. nJi ' . ' The electrical engineer informed the Council that Intiiifepf the rising price of copper cable? aSB the possibility of mercury vapor which are manu-j factured overs&^^^mll^at any time unprocurable. ljfslfg| placed orders-for sufficient s :r-ckSm^a?Pse items to last tb » IvTunic in si ; t^^ twelve months. The health i MWWSiiir expressed doubt - that- puSkiem. supplies of chemicals could be obtau^L: ito maintain the swimming 6^1-^fe^lhe whole of the One chei(Bal®rauIred was already unobtainable, but^Slsiibstitute for th...

Publication Title: Temora Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT'S ON [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

WHAT'S ON TOMORROW: Euchre party, School of Arts. SUNDAY: Cricket: Juniors v. Old Boys, Nixon Park. THURSDAY: Auction sale, Couch's sale room.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Season's Wheat LINDLEY [?] CIRCULAR [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

[?] - .LINDL^^Pim^^CUi^^ In a circular received J»y its local .agent, Mr. Reg. Jasprizza, thi rLindley Walker Wheat . Company advises that in v!ew of -the clcss censorship on the - movement Of ships as a result of the outbreak . war in Europe, the weekly world shipments of. wheat from Austra lia will not be available until fur ther notice. The Argentina weather, somewhat like Australian, the circular states, was very favorable early to the season, but there is a wide spread between seed ime and harvest, and the wheat crops of Australia and Argentine are made or marred by; the weather that pre vails in October and November. The fact that the area under wheat will be 1£ million acres less in Argen tine, and ahput one million less in Aus tralia, is fcpaad to mean less wheat in the southern hemisphere than in last year. Another feature that may ultimately have some influence as la- price factor w31 i-e the ^aztgof the winter crop in the United- Sra$es. Southwest plough ing has ceased ow...

Publication Title: Temora Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939

[?] m n .e& ^ ' /* ;'crA stroke handicap, played on ?-: vJSunday afternoon for the Septem ber Monthly Medal was won by 1 Bill Jasprizza, with a nett of 67. - The unlucky player of the day ^was ft. Hill, who had a nett 62, but as^thp 67 nett rule applied, he could be cred ited with 'only -57. The Monthly Medal therefore, went to W. Jasprizza, who had the lowest fiandicap. The results were: — W. Jasprizza 73 9 67 R. Hill 90 28 67 W. Engelbrecht 84 JO 67 N. Marshall 78 12 67 B. Proctor 77 9 68 G. Hawke 80 12 fi8 M. McDermid 88 20 68 J. Michael J05 36 61 G. Elliott 93 23 70 P. Hitchinson 93 22 71 H. Barbey 75 4 71 H. J. Stafford 97 26 71 E. Leslie 87 14 73 R. Price 90 16 74 T. Young 83 19 74 C. Forbes 93 39 74 R. Haling 90 16 74 G. Regan 94 17 77 S. Rudkin S8 23 73 H. McCallum 89 11 78 V. Gray 97 15 82 COMING COMPETITIONS Next Sunday afternoon a match will be plaved between teams picked by the captain and the secretary. In conjunction with this fixture a par handicap will be pla...

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