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FOOTBALL CRITICISMS THIRD GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
FOOTBALL CRITICISMS i By 'Sideline.') THIRD GRADE Noel Crowe: Has football brains as well as ability. Very consistent play er. One weaknsss, hangs on to- tie ball too long; also suggest a double ^behind backs after passing. !' Ted ' Burrows: Plays. .hard football, runs fast, and solid. in: defence. Should be a contender for. higher grade next ?season. Better suited' on left wing than right. .. .rv.-y' ? ? ? H. Sheedy: A good 'half, but kicks too much, and at times starves his backs. 'Suggest -standing closer to packl and 'give' from1 standing posi tion more often. Kevin Wheatley: Definitely the best tackling machine in third grade. A definite asset 'to Waratahs. With a little more speed, cannot see him mis sing higher grade next season. Don Chamberlain: Railway , shouitl put this player to better use . Has good possibilities, if -fostered and posi tioned correctly. Barney Clarke: Makings of a good fullback. Kicks and tackles well. A little too casual In getting to the ball Suggest y...
CHILD FALLS INTO COPPER Shocking Junee Tragedy [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
CHILD FALLS INTO COPPER Shocking Junee Tragedy Four-year-old Janet A'jfi ; daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. P. p Ab,-. ! of Broadway, Junee. me: her deatli a victim of one of ;hc most distres.-iic accidents in the town's history. Th? youngster tell backwards in; 1 a three-quarter full n-galic.n i-opper. of boiling water. She sustained a severe scalding --: tin: back of the legs, uack of her body. |K-rtion of the arms ai'.d chc.^i and suffered severely from shock. Just exactly what happened to th: unfortunate little child is not known because when the accident occurred her mother was out at the clothes linci hanging out some washing. I Mrs. Abel heard her daughter cry out. and when she rushed in :he found her in the copper of boiling water. J It is though; most likely that Janot climbed up on to the appointments in the laundry r.r.d sturtc.! washing scmi' ot her doll's clothes In the tubs. I It is assumed that she started to| fall, clutched at the tubs, whi: 11 soapy' hands would not allow i...
COOTAMUNDRA'S WEISSEL CUP TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
COOTAMUNDRA'S WEISSEL CUP TEAM The Cootamundra team to play Iiar den-Murrumburrah for the Eric Weis sel Gold Cup next Saturday will be selected from: D.' Wall.'-J; Bryant, J. Crowe, F.' -Ryan, R. cohen. N. Mc Doncll, H. Thackeray, N. Lloyd, J. Bell. K. GlanviUe, W. Glanville, G. Ball, R. Grelg, A. Broughton, S: McAlLster (two to be omitted).
SURPRISE CLOSING OF WAGGA DROME [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
SURPRISE CLOSING OF WAGGA DROME When Mr. H. L. Condon's attention was directed last night to the an nouncement by the Director-General of Civil Aviation that the Wagga Municipal Aerodrome would be closet! as lrom July 31 next, he expressed amazement r.t such a drastic step. Mr. conlan. wno is an airman 01 World War 1.. is president of the Riverina Aero Club, and was just about to convene a inevtinjj of members with a view to ri-cpeuing operations of the ei'ub. t-io ci;.. tl-.at the nronosed clos ing of the .Municipal Aerodrome should be taken up '-villi the Air Board at once, with a view to a revision of the order (0 cancel the licence.
JUNEE HOSPITAL SECRETARY Charged With Alleged Embezzlement [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
JUNEE HOSPITAL SECRETARY'' Charged With Alleged Embezzlement A 'Vrmt r c: r't.uy of Junto D^iric. Jfas;nUl. A!h«.-U Hubert Grosj. \v;.s b'oii.?!s? wh :(* Juiitv p'-)ia.k conn mmv a:;d remanded on linuT.i.; ul op: iniing lnri;*.v til UVU'.C;.. r!i;r first rhat..c- \v:u- that -;I tis: -vyt 1. VAW. an.-. Jun»* o'j !'.;4 J .in .'.tnt ol L'/iH 7 In Iwm !i.« (.1 thf ho.spil*;'. : «? ict ivhi'-c ««. nmuun- (.: v:^- . . . \vhj»v« h-.- ? t nlic-..;L'd lo ii.-.vi' ? : il \ 2 . i-w or about .J:t :i u:i : if. I.-»4 i. '.-.lu-j. came into h»- Tile third t ! : tt ?/.?u of 1*32 1G 7 '. ..Jiii' :ntfi Mis pt -.sjnji April 27. I'M}. a:.:i :i:a: *.v.: -.-.i ;; i.r hnd pinbc^W'd r,.7 t'». When in: Ur :t rfjitrv' wn« b.t:, v. a.- at tMjii v\ .suroiK's for f''«i
CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
CYCLING A very close finish was witnessed by /p-ctators at Cootamundra Cycle Club's 10-mlle senior handicap race on Tomorni road last Sunday. * Of seven starters, three finished. Condition was tlie governing factor which caused four riders to wlthdru .v Maxie Rees was seized with cramp, and had to be assLsted from his cycle. Results were: Senior 10-mile Handicap: A. Bishop 1, J. Crowe . 2. J. Clarke 3. Junior 3-mile Handicap: J. Landon I, J. O'Doncll 2. R. McDevitt 3. Riding an 88 gear. Bishop, did well in his win, and would be the most im proved rider ill the club. ' Jack Crowe ik certainly starting to strike form once again, 'and looks a dangerous 'contender for the' suicide road race. ' Of tlie juveniles, young 'La'ridon is worthy of' mention as a consistent rider, and certainly is keen.' Keep it up, Jdfinny l' ' .'feijr McDevitt, although not .oiit stanclin'g as a piace-gbtter, possesses what' it ' talies— 'griti' ' 'Blue' is' a Was a 'big Heart.' ? Good luck, 'Blue' I Will tha ...
LOST £3000, AND FOUND IT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
LOST £3000, AND FOUND IT 1 DARWIN. Tues.: An Englishman.! Mr. W. E. Pateman. who lost. £3000 in j bank noies and securities along the i lonely Stuart Highway linking Darwin j with Alice Springs, retrieved every ! penny of it \yheri the. truck in ..which he was travelling retraced its course ! for five miles. The money fell out of his coat poc ket.. Three passengers in the back of the truck were told of the misfortune. Onuj of them said he noticed a pack of cards frilling from the truck about five miles back. At the spot where the passenger said he noticed the cards, the men found hundreds of pounds in English bank notes floating gently over the area.
DOCTOR "DIES" FOR 7 MINUTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
DOCTOR 'DIES' FOR 7 MINUTES LONDON. Tucs. lA.A.P.r. 'A 42- 1 year old research worker, Dr. Frederick Preseott 'died' for seven minutes in order to discover how-to ^apiJly son,' known as dcurnrinc, which South Americans put on the tips of their bicv. -pipe darts and paralyse the mus cles ol their opponents,' says the 'Daily Express.' 'The expeiiment 011 Dr. Preseott was to determine the amount of poison ne cessary to inject into a patient in the operating theatre to induce muscular relaxation. 'Dr. Preseott, de-scribing the experi ment. said: 'During the last trial, with the biggest dose, the paralysis spread, and I stopped breathing. It took seven minutes to bring me round with arti iL-iul respiration—but we now know what the maximum dose should be'.'
PALESTINE BOMB OUTRAGE 60 Dead [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
PALESTINE BOMB OUTRAGE 60 Dead JERUSALEM. Tuesday: Kritish soldiers and pt.iire have again occupied the Jewish A;;;iny Headquarters, tie-, mined leaders in their homos 1 and clanijH'! down the .strictest cur few ever imp'j.ed 011 the Jewish quart- j tvs in .J-.-rr.siilvni tallowing the uo::i') explosion ill Kir.» David Hotel, result- i ir.y ii: the de.r.l, of sixty persons, in-j eluding many iiitdi British official British inti ;!i:;ence officers alt'::v that culler Irani! Zvai Leumi or the; Stt rn gan^. two extremist and ten' u' i.;t organisations, were responsible fui'j the outrage. | Meanwldk'. under newly-installed; floodlights, ambulance men and troop.'! searched lor casualties amcng 1 lie I iiibbL'. '.vhiili pikd two .storey's lii^hj in. front 01 the hotel, part ot which j wits used a;; the BrltLsh Military Head quarters. Renter says that the bomb, which' had the effect of a 5no-poimdcr. -vas planted in the basement by six J-.-v.s disguised as Arab milkmen. Last night all stre...
MAJOR COUSENS Before Court Today [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
1 MAJOR C0USENS Before Court Today | SYDNEY, Tuesday 'This is a| charge of high treason, and there lias not yet been a charge of high '.reason in the Commonwealth declared Mr Bradley. K.C., fpr the defence, in the Central Police jCoiiit this morning, when Major Charles Hughes Cous?i;s. 8U1 Division, A.li1.. was remanded un til August 6 on .ii charge 01 'traitor- ously adhering to and aiding aii'i comforting the King's enemies.' j 'Questions raised 111 th? charge ami of very great moment, and it is p.'o ])Cf:cd to bring this matter before tl:e Supreme Court as early as possibl'.' ( added Mr. Bradley, who annouiv.''.! : that Hie defence intended to challenge' the jurisdiction jpf the court in tne j charge read agaiijst G'ouscns. | Cousens. who. .jwithcmi applying I -ri bail, was remanded until August ii ,.t- the Central Court, reached the CV;i- j tral Police Station at !) 30 a.111 . WL-a: - 1 i:ig tile uniform , cf an A. I F. major. 1 with riobons of three :-ia: s. I He was met by two...
RICH OPAL FIELD In Central Australia [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
RICH OPAL FIELD In Central Australia I MELBOURNE, Tues.: An 'unbeliev- ably rich' i opal field which has al ready yielded about £60.(100 worth of opals was discovered last February by a wandering aboriginal, who found a Miiali piece of opal scratched out by a rabbit. The first news of tins held, v.nicn is eight miles from world-famous opal mines at Coobar Fedy, in Central Aus tralia. was revealed by Oswald Gray- | i;oii. Jl Heidelberg. Grayson said an aboriginal named | Monty, who had worked with while j people for many years, vc.'.lii.ed the | value ol his discovery immediately and told his' irieiuls. Ten men and one woman and a handful of aboriginals are now making a fortune. During the past fortnight two large opals have been found by miners. One piece of opal brought £3(10. The blacks are sharing equally in the discovery Willi the whites. Grayson said: 'The shopkeepers al Coobar Pedy have lo lei'l the blacks when to stop buying. They are buyiny dresses and petticoats for their w...
NEW LIGHT THROWN ON COUSENS' CASE By Cootamundra Ex-Prisoner [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
NEW LIGHT THROWN ON C0USENS' CASE By Cootamundra Ex-Prisoner New light was thrown on_ the case of Major Charles cousens by former prisoner of war, Sergt-Major Sam Thompson, of 2/19 Battalion, Coota mundra. i 'With the full approval of the men of the A.I.F: whom he had commanded. Major Cousens obeyed an order by the Japanese to procecd to Tokio to broadcast,' said Thompson. This happened In June. 1942, at Mergul, Lower Burma. ^ ' If Cousens had . refused, asser.cd Thompson, he would have been execu ted. I At an emotional farewell parade, the men pledged themselves to stand by Counsens after 'the war. should his action be criticised. Counsens was 'broke' when he let', for Tokio. His last action was to give away his wristlet watch to buy com forts fcr sick soldiers. Soldiers' Pledge 'The time has come for these men to come forward and redeem their nledeo to n soldier and a centleman.' said Thompson. 'There are about 63 survivors of that farewell parade, some of them in Queensland.' It ...
COOTAMUNDRA V.A.D. No. 224 Annual Report [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
COOTAMUNDRA V.A.D. No. 224 Annual Report Miss M. McClintock. Assistant Com-' mandant. submitted the following re port to the annual meeting: 'In the absence of our Commandant,! I have much pleasure in presenting to you the annual report of the Coota-j niundra V.A. Detachment. Tlie mem-, bershlp has again decreased over th.' past, twelve mouths, the number or. the roll on 1st July. 1945. being 32 members, and at the present time there are 22 members. No new mem bers joined our ranks. Meetings werc| held regularly during t.lie year, in a!l| 15 meetings with an average of 10 j First-aid lectures were given by Mr. Fowler, of St. John Ambulance Brig-' ado. S Ldr. Shannon gave a most j interesting dental lilm. Lecture at| No. 2 Recrn1: Depot. As usual, Aids worked at No. 2 Recruit Depot sick' quarters until they closed in October. Altogether. WOO hours were' worked there from July till October. Ai'Js | worked at the District Hospital, and. assisted with the immunisation when | called 111)...
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
CHURCH NOTICES ? CHURCH OF ENGLAND Wednesday. July 24. Christ Church 7.30. Holy Communion. Friday. July 26. Choir Praclice 7.15. Sunday. July 23, titli Sunday after Trinity. Christ Church 8. Holy Com munion; 7.30 Evensong. Stockinbin gal 11. Holy Communion; Wallcnd bcen 3. Evensong. Rev. A W. Harris Rector. PRESBYTERIAN Friday. July 25: choir Practice. 8 Sunday. July 28: Scots Church 11 and 7.30. Dirnas'cr 3. Rev. Harold Perkins, Minister. METHODIST Sunday. July 28: Cootamundra 11 and 7.30. Rev. R. J. Casliin; Jindalec 3. Mr. A. Cunningham: Brawlin 2.30. Rev. R. J. Cashin. Meeting of Bible Study on Wednes day 7.30. Subject. 'The Garden of Eden.' Friday, Choir Practice, 7.30. Rev. R. J. Cashin, Minister.
WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946
TjlrsW (As Advertised in This Issue.) Tues.. July 23: United Frotcstnnt As sociation Mcetlny ni Methodist Sun day School Hall, at 1.30. Tliurs.. July 25: Dance in the Town I Hall for the commerce Queen iMiss j O'Neil). Fri., July 2fi: Monthly Meeting :-1 Australian Legion of ExSe:vic Men and Women. Wed., July 31: Animal Meeting of Stockinbingal Sub-bruncli, Coota mundra Ambulance. Sat., Aug. 3: Associates' Day Coota mundra Golf Club Touniamciu Members' 18 holes handicap. Sun.. Aug. 4: Cootamundra Golf Clv.b Tournament.