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WAGGA MAN CRITICALLY INJURED Knocked Down by Falling Timber [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
WAGGA MAN CRITICALLY INJURED Knocked Down by Falling Timber Mr. Varley clivc seaman, of 41 Slww street. OTfl'j1;.'1-. who is foreman at Hardys Pty., Ltd., timber and join ery factory, while unloading timber ywsterday met with an accident of such a serious nature that tie is now an inmate of the Wagga Base IIos piuu. Mr. Seaman was unloading timber from a truck, and a length, estimated at between 25 ami 30 feet, fell from a height of about 30 l:ot, striking him down. His injuries, when ths ambu lance had removed him to the hos pital, wero found to include probable fractures to both skull and spine, as well as several broken rib;; and oth-'r injuries. His condition w::s repotted to be so critical ye-sterday afternoon that it had not then been possible to obtain from him hi-s account of what really happened.
"NEW DEAL" FOR N.S.W. COAL INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
'NEW DEAL' FOR N.S.W. COAL INDUSTRY C.'.NUF.KRA. Wednesday: The fede ral Cit.vernmenfs lji'.l '-?'-- establish a joint New South \Val '-Comnvon- wealili authnriiy tt- ??(?!? ate a liew; drr.l !i)r thJ New South W.ile.s coal in dustry' v.as intriKhic'fi! in ilie House of Represeii.atives la.«t night by the Minister f:-r P'isl-War Heeuiistructioli i vir nprliTinn i Mr. Df-dmaii riweribttt the meavjve as a Kfimini1 ntt'-mp'. '«- provide a framev.-ovk which. f»,r ;hv first time. wruiUl 'liable the iuimaii an.-i economic problems m' Uu- cual indi.sir:. to be tackled. Mr. Ded'.nuu said that tills would be ba:k'd by a bold a.u! comprehensive programme for reorgaulsaJUm a'-id de velopment :if the industry.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
''TO LOtiAX, A'ND * Wi'Y' * AbVERt^ERS ' ' ? ? .«..-?«*. »?,..-.;,.. ? tOOTAMUNDM DAILY ffiRlD' ,.,. ( Established in ) 87?V ' [ .^ V '.',.' .. Is the Only Newspaper in the ''Com:n9 Gity' of Cootamun dra— the largest town in the Statft Electorate of Temora. It is the news and advertising medium for the surround ing centres of Wallendbeen, Stockinbingal, Bethungro, and Muttcma, all within a radius of 12 to 15 miles, oiid circulates over a wide range of rich country between Cootamundra and the surrounding towns of Murrumburrah- Harden (25 miles away), Gundagai (37), Junee '. 36), Temora' (34). and Young (32). -; . Cootamundra is almost the half-way rail centre between Sydney and Melbourne, with branches on hoth sides — a four way centrepot with a network of railways unsurpassed by any provincial portion of the Commonwealth. ;: Town' industries include Flour /vV'l, Rice Mill Soapworks ?Timber -Yards, BuUcr and Bacon Factory, .Clothing .Factory. District: Extensive Piggery, 25-acre Sd!e...
BOXING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
BOXING At l,he cootamundra Town Hall' on August 15. the feather and lightweight championships of Cootnmundra and district will once aaain be contested. Featherweight holder .Jimmy Hartas will defend aealnst Peter Veslerman, who claims he will extend Hartas; ,,.1,11.. nnn sliirr. holder of the light nuiib Dun ».,».---. weight crown, has been challenged by the ??Temora Tiger.' Ted Burrows. In addition, there will be 30 rounds of preliminaries. Incorporating fly weights, bantamweights, feather, light and welterweights. Johnny White, featherweight cham pion of the Police Boys' Club at Har den, will appear, and has stated that u., i. .* nitric in nnTitpfct nut* f catherweicht. championship in the near future. Mutlama has again come to the fore with . the Donoughuc boys, who, al though not contesting for the cham pionship titles, are confident of a win this time. Proceeds 01 this night are in aid of the Cootamundra District Hospital. A competition which was to clear expenses of the previo...
MOONEE VALLEY SATURDAY'S FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
MOONEE VALLEY SATURDAY'S FIELDS T!ie following «:'e 'he acceptors for the Momn't' Valley meeting on Satur day: DEKKIMl'T HANDICAP.— 6 Furlongs I'irsl Division ? ,M I .SO p.m. Delina -l.i' ? 9' Various .12- ? 8 9 Approve 'B- ? 8 - Lerylu'i; ? !' ? '13 Ap/O|)O.- 1 15' ? ' !0 Gler.fern ? t- - ? ' ' Edward John '17' ? ' ' St. Brydo .2. ? TO BaHery Kini: 'HI' ? ' 4 . Danora 11. ? ' ' j Capella IS' ? ~_ - | Vamniia -i'J' ? ' - I Hmijara '14- ? ' - j Welfare r4 ? ? ' 2 | r.:.y\ Joy ..V ? ' ° Gucd Rep:-rt 'l(i' ? ? ' ' Labrador '3- ? ' '' Lee -7. ? 7 * Padraig ? '20 ? ? ' 0 PiattL- Joy . 1 - ? ' » BltrXSWICK IH'KDI.E— I Miles and, I Furlong | Al - p.m. ] Solvent 181 ? H :1 i Gyrone 1 11 ? ? 10 h) 1 First. Aid il0« ? ID ' I Buzliarine t6i ? 10 '- j David Star '2- ? y '.' I Edigrnm iI2i ? 9 '?- \ Amazed 1 13 - ? !- ' ', Prince Oanila '5i ? 3 ?- ' Mercury Bay Mi ........ 9 'i Nantilia -26i ? 9 - j Nicety -7- ? ° ? \ Premonition il9- ? 9 2 i Red Alder -17i ? 9 :! i Regs Pal .15 1 ? 9 2 j Dandel...
FLOOD THREATS SERIOUS Tumut Area Menaced [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
FLOOD THREATS SERIOUS Tumut Area Menaced SYDNEY. Thur.'xlay: Wide ar.-ns ol southern N.S.W. avi- fared witii serious llr.ods threat, in-.-liidiiii; the Tumul area, where many people .\:e prp])arinj; to leave their honws i'.s flood waters pour fvom the Tumut river across the Tumul Hats. Both t hn Murray ami MurrumbU! ^'.-e t rivers, as well as their tributaries. :i;vl swcllen by the thawir.g of snow «'.rd' ucavy rain, aim nomes a*:u .su'l-jv i;i': threaleiKd over. a big area. I At Albuvy the Murray has brokon! its bank*, and still rising, with milts i of flat, lam! already umU'r water.
ROSEHILL SATURDAY'S FIELDS TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP.—7 Furlongs [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
ROSEHILL SATURDAY'S FIELDS TWO-VEAK-OI.D HANDICAP.— 7 Furious* At 1 p.m. Double Mint (7) ? 9 : November « 1 - ? 8 3 ' Waitemata (13) ? 8 3 Co-Re (8) ? 8 ° Dt'iial! (18) ? 'i 13 Tengttr (3) ? '? I3 Clipper 1 12) ? 7 11 Tiger Royal (10) ? ' H Man At Arms (18) ? 7 9 Star Vite (22) ? 7 9 Foolfox (14) ? 7 8 Cross of Gold (5- ? 7 S Grand City (9) ? 7 « Student (2) ? 7 !- Lady Eva (20) .. .. ' ? 7 G My Hero (17) ? 7 B Gay Leader (4) ? 7 3 Merrllyn (.G) ? 7 2 Chins Up -19- ? 7 2 Silver Elk ill) ? 7 1 I3ell Rock (15) ? 7 0 Doncella (21) ? 7 0 LIIX'OMBE FIXED WEIGHT MAIDEN.— 9 Furlongs At 1.35 p.ru. Bronze Knight (20) ? 8 8 Skipalong (11) ? 8 8 Midst ra '22- ? 8 8 Eddystone (12( ? B 8 Lady Lac (13) ? 8 8 Feltrctl (10) ? 8 8 Sancherle -15- ? 8 8 Cherokee Lad (23) ? 8 8 Wmpar i9- ? 8 3 Crov.il Felt i7) ? 8 3 Potential i5» ? 8-8 Ho;)', .8) ? 8 8 Omcr Lad H9) ? 8 3 Treason 'li ? 8 8 Tcrment ? 14* ? 8 0 Just James 1I8) ? 8 0 Slogan (2i ? 8 0 Rex Flash dC) ? 8 0 Tregazza 161 ? 8 0 New Cashmere i4- ...
STATE BRICKWORKS Start Production [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
STATE BRICKWORKS Start Production i SYDNEY. Thwsday: Tiie iMiniMi-ri for Works 'and Local Ci.ivi-rnment ilir j J. .!. Cahill- announced :uday thfiu the production of Lr;c!:.s ;-t the St.r.-.--| controlled brickworks br.v :;: Home-; bush has (.-oininenciHl Mr. Cahill said at th.-- present o'.iy one kiln was workltii;. but four othevs will .soon be in piccli!.;:in. and at lull capacity the output would be 500,0'JO bricks weekly.
SIR NEITH AND THRUMS In Fast Gallops [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
SIR NE1TH AND THRUMS In Fast Gallops SYDNEY, Thursday: Sir Neith and Thrums were outstanding sprinters at Randwick today, covering half a mile in 51 sees, on the grass. Cisco left a mile behind in 1.4G1, the first half-mile In 52 sees. Town Gossip sprinted half-mile in 51 sees. j Souvenir covered five in 1.3. ! At Rosehill Johnny Zero, Rose Glory, and Rex Flash all went over half-mile in 51 sees. ! At Canterbury Tregazza and Waitemata covered half-mile In 5H sees.
M.T.C. BENEFIT MEETING Friotis Wins Flying [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
M.T.C. BENEFIT MEETING Friotis Wins Flying There was an attendance of 1500 at the benefit, race meeting at Wagga yesterday afternoon by the Murrum bidgee Turf Club. The proceeds of the meeting; wen; in aid of the Wagga Red Cross. Wagga Country Women's Association. Legacy Club. Food for Britain appeal, and the Free Nursery Kindergarten Association. Results: FLYING HANDICAP— ti Furlongs Friotis. 7.11 (M. Gray) ? 1 Credit Balance, 8.0 (F. Mclntyro 2 Patroller. 9.0 (G.Stephen) ? 3 Other starters: Murrumba. 8.9 (J. Heagertyi; British Law. 8.4 iA. Buck ley 1; Palm Grove. 7.10 (J. Duncan). | Betting: Evens Frtotis. 4 Palm Grove, a Patroller, 7 Credit Balai.ee, 8 Murrumba, 10 British Law. i Divs. (for 5/i: 119 and 5,. j Four lengths; half length. Time 1.15 2-5. ? I FIRST RESTRICTED HANDICAP S' Furlongs ' j Mason Line. 8.0 :(R.'L. Carter) .. l' Bcecliam, 8.9 (M. Gray)1 '. ? 2 Maripi'ti, 7.9 (k. Fleming) .'. ..'.. 3 ? Other starters: ; Iibrd Ascot. 8.5 (G ? Stephen) ; Miditilpinari, 7!13 (A. ...
NEW AIR SERVICE TO WAGGA 21-Passenger Aircraft [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
NEW AIR SERVICE TOV/AGGA - m 21 -Passenger Aircraft MELBOURNE. Thursday: ' ' Com mencing on Monday next. July 2U. Ansel l. Airways will operate a daily .service between Melbourne. Wagga. Canberra, and Sydney with 21passen (-pt- rviimind nJtVf.I'f\1'i Announcing this, the manager iMv . R. Matt hews i siad the service would be operatic! unce daily in each direction in the initial stages, arid twice daily iM September. It woiild link Adelaide .'lid Mount Gambier with Sydney. Prior to the war Ansett AirwuyJ cpsrated a service between Melbourne and Sydney, via Narandera, which war suspended with other civil air services
LOCKHEED CONSTELLATIONS May be Removed From Service [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
LOCKHEED CONSTELLATIONS | May be Removed From | Service I WASHINGTON. Thursday: The ' Civil Aeronautics Board tailed on tin :Lcck!f:e(i Company. Wright Aeronnu | lical Ei'.eii'-'-' Manufacturers. Tra'.is i WjI-!:1 Airlines, and Amriwin Ovw I sens Aiilines, to show cause why :hr I L-'CXheal Constellations now tcin ! pcraiilv grounded. sh;mid not be '.'e ! niovttl Ircin the service p^rmancmly. HIGHER COST OF ; REFRIGERATORS I CANBERRA. Wednesday: Accord | ing to evidence given before I ho Tariff j Board this year, Uva cc-.st of diimw-U: ? mechanical refrigerators was likely f be higher than the pre-war li'v;l. | Trie board's repast, which lias bcr 1 presented to the Government, si.V:' ' that Ihe evidence at the Inquiry in dicated grave misgivings as to whether ? the manufacture of rctrlgerutors wi'sj - develcping on sotmd econcmic lin^.v j
OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
OVEKSKAS NEWS Overseas news in this newspaper i-j supplied by Australian Assoda'eri Press. Sources include in England T!v' Times. Daily Telegraph. Daily M-si j Daily Herald. Daily Express. ManeVl er Guardian. Reuter's World Servu1 ?? : I Associated Press of Great Bri:;ii:'. . i and Exchange Telegraph Agency: ai.ii: in America, the New Yoik Tinr Herald-Tribune, Assnciaied I'ri*s. i»:'; the North American Newspaper All:-j once. Matter from the Lmi'!»» Times does not express that iic.v -. paper's view unless w- slated I