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GOULBURN INQUEST Questions About Poison [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
GOULBURN INQUEST Questions About | Poison I GOULBURN, Wednesday: when tile inquest into the death of Audrey Cam eron i20-, who died from strychnine I poisoning at her home on May 23. wis I continued today, Detective-Sgt. N-r-j man Lindsay Hind, C.I.B., said that alter Cameron's deatii. he l.ad asked Gloria Emerton ilG). friend of the dead girl, if she knew of anyone wht wanted to poison her (Gloria i. .uu she had replied. 'Only Orinley or mum.' Det'-etive-Sgt. Hind was giving evi dence ot three visits to the Emerton heme at Greenwich Park. 18 miles from Goulburn. and conversations he had wi-li Mrs. Mary Emerton and her grand -daughter. Gloria. Witness said that, on the lirst visit four days alter Cameron's death, he told Mrs. Emerton that, according to records of a chemist named Pratt in Goulburn. she had bought two ounces of strychnine from him last year. Mrs. Emerton admitted this, saying she used it for poisoning foxes and rab bits. she said there was none left, having used it al...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
IN MEMORIAM ! j-JOBAN. — 111 memory cf my darling mother, who passed away at! Loekharl on July 31. 1945. — Inserted by her son Keith. . RETURN THANKS JV^R. JACK YOUNG wishes to sin cerely thank the doctor, matron, and the nursing staff of the District Hospital for their kindness and at tention to him during his illness. 1
RECORD RIDE AROUND PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No, 22.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA . PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) 1 No. 22.) I Next morning 1 December 21), after starting, we soon found that the shower j which had wet us was purely local.] The pad was as loose as ever; In 20 miles we reckoned we should be at tho ; turn-oil' pad to Roebuck Plains out- I station, but going another mile, we reckoned we must have missed it, so ' cut Inti* the right. In about a mile we ! came to a well, but nn niil-stfit.lnn i Breaking down a number of bushes, we managed to make enough .shade to ! eat a johnny cake under, and then1 pushec; out over some dry slatey flats, hitting the road, and at the same time cutting oil a big angle. Following the pad, at last we sight ed the out-station, a considerable dis tance out cf our way. 'In all probabil ity 110 one would be at home, so we pushed 011. Following the telegraph line, we crossed a well-beaten road making out on the plain, but decided to adhere to the telegraph pad. We soon ...
FOREIGN MINISTERS Disagree on Peace Points [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
FOREIGN MINISTERS I Disagree on Peace Points PARIS. Wednesday: Tile Foreign. Ministers, in drawing up the peace; treaties for Italy, Rumania. Hungary ' Bulgaria, a: Finland, failed to unreel 011 a luiiiiix 1 :-r points, princ.pal of| which wire. hr.-Uy. tlio exact con- 1 .st it ii t i oi 1 of (i,|. 1 :ti- territory of Tries te: secondly. (;u methods by which the extent to v.ltirh th:- United Natinn^j and their nationals could be cotnpen- j satid lor los.sps --[ proi-erty in former' enemy countries arising out of war; j thirdly, on Ru.siian resistance to British, and. in some cases. American] demands lor a closer definition of their economic anil civil aviation rights im former enemy countries; fourthly, ov.T' tile Danube; and fifthly, over Htm-i gary's reparations iiayinents. 1
OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
OVERSEAS NEWS Overseas news in this newspaper i'i supplied by Australian Associated' Press. Sources include in England Tlv Times. Daily Telegraph. Dally Mad ! Daily Herald. Daily Express. Maniliest | er Guardian. Renter's World Servic-. 1 Associated Press of Great Britain- ' and Exchange Telegraph Agency: ?nu|| In America, the New York Tim'-.. Herald-Tribune, Associated Press, and. the North American Newspaper Alii- 1 ance. Matter from the Londe'! Times does not express that news paper's view unless so stated. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3 GREYHOUND MOK Vj ON FISHEit P.ir?K NOMINATIONS CLOSE Tu:.':''HT i JULY 31). ' ' ' ? ? S. HAIR, Secretary. »i:iiv. ( \TI10LIC BALL. ON Alto. 7 i ( . or E. BAM., on A I'll. 21 i Keep t (old nf your presentation ! j H'-' ': appointment now with I nil.! .''i:;i\ STUDIOS. Parker St. j COOTAMUNDRA COUNTRY | CLUB | I^AiJO::--.-,- wanted, for work on the '? ? ? i ? : se. Tennis Courts, and ? CI-:1) ? it- -...'1-4 generally. Wages, £5 ' Apply in writing to the E. H. WILLIAMS. Parker Street. PU3LIC NOTICE :! ''.GODCHILD. Chiropodist, ' i !;? ? ? announce that she will iK- ? ? -.dance at the ALBION Kunx iy..o. amunara. from 6th to Utii A-:..i-t. U4B. SOMETHING NEW ! ERMEL0 STUDIOS J-JAVE ed a limited supply of tho N':',v .Atomic Material, which raises ev.-n lii-'i'.er their standard of Por traiture B:iok now for Day or Night Mttiivj- while it lasts 1 - t ?PHONE 100 FULLER BROS. With whom ls associated BERRY MOODY TOR ALL CLASSES OF STOCK AND STATION AND REAL ESTATE BUSINESS....
SEPTEMBER 28 Fixed for Federal Election Referendum on Same Day [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
SEPTEMBER 28 Fixed for Federal Election Referendum on Same Day CANBERRA, Wednesday; The Prime Minister -Mr. Chifleyi an nounced in the House of Representa tives that the Federal election will be held 011 Saturday, September 28. Writs will be issued on Wednesday August 21, and nominations will close on Tuesday, -September 3,- and wri will be returnable on or before Satur day. November 2. The three-lioint referendum as sociated with the proposed constitu tional alterations will also take place on September 28. Mr. chifley said lie recommended . tc the Governor-General (the Duke of Gloucester) that the dissolution of tlic House of Representatives be granted with a view to holding general ttlec lions on Saturday, September 28, and this advice had hr-en accepted. 'I informed the Duke that tiy necessary financial provision wa.s be ing made for the carrying on of the public services of the Commonwealth j during tile peril; d that must elapse before Parliament can reassemble,' said Mr. chif...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
WANTED, Cuttage, Flat, or Rooms, ^ accomodate two. Apply this office. WANTED, Girl, no laundry. Apply Mrs. Bassingthwaighte. 158 Wallen doon Street. WANTED, Piano or Player Piano, cash buyer, out of order no objection. Must have full iron frame. Reply, stating make, price, etc, to Mr. Dunne, care this office. DIIY BATTERIES and Radiators just arrived at RAY CROWE'S, Parker St LOST, small purse, containing sum of money. Finder please return to this office. Reward. IJATTERY-charger installed at busi ness premises, also plenty of fresh dry and wet batteries at RAY CROWE S Cycle Shop, Parker Street; FOR SALE APPLES Delicious, fancy grade, 20/ per ease Delicious, food grade, 17/ case. Delicious, second grade, 10/ case. Granny Smith, fancy grade, 14/ ease. Granny Smith, good grade, 12/ case. Granny Smith, domestic grade, 10/ case. Granny Smith, 2nd grade, 8/ case. Please add 2/ freight on each case. SUPER FLAVOR VALLE ORCHARDS Phone: Batiow 27. CHEAP CHAFF FOR SALE Trime Heavy Oaten, 8/6 ...
BILL TO CONTROL COAL MINES Surprise Move [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
BILL TO CONTROL COAL MINES Surprise Move CANBERRA. Wednesday; A sur prise move was made in the House oi Representatives last night when til' Minister for Post-War Reconstruction 1 Mr. Dedinaiii announced that the Government would withdraw the com plete section from the Coal Bill, which sets up the joint atithon'.y to control I lie industry in N.S.W. j He announced that the Government would amend the Bill to delete the whole ol Part IV.. dealing with th-:| power of the pro|K-teti Coal Board to I take control of mines | He explained, however, that power | 'o take over and control mines could be vested in the board under section 13 in another part of the Bill. This el.venth-liour oecisi »n wa» finally arrived at only a short time be fore the House wa.s due to resume after the dinner adjournment, and the i:-ader of the Opposition 'Mr. M-.nzies 1 wa.s .scheduled to resume the second reading of the debate. Mr. D.ilman himself ionght out personality Mr. Mcn.'.a- and tlv Country Part;' lead...
STATE LOTTERY First to Earlwood [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
STATE LOTTERY First to Earlwood SYDNEY, Wednesday. State Lottery j iN'u. KiUC wa.s drawn today. 1 First prize was won by No. C0fi43.| 'Lucky Crlbber.s' syndicate. Mrs. L j Katsar. 11!) Prince Edward avenue i Earlwood. j . Second, No. 4D28G, 'Silent' syndicate.1 B. McGregor. 4ii Brown street. Broad-; meadow. Third. No. 742117. '10' syndicate, H. A. Wcods. B10 Hunter street, Hamilton. Fourth. No. SUMG3, 'This Time' syn dicate. 'Monuro,' 30 Mom .street, rive Dock. 10 PRIZES AT £100 1603 11294 21445 felf) 33291 34292 35235 52252 G4218 8G309 10 PRIZES AT £50 409G 24315 2G631 4439G 48G43 54849 58511 92330 93040 9880G II) PRIZES AT £40 1019 15514 30011 511G8 54787 1 74418 77629 94647. 96674 98888 10 PRIZES AT £30 6444 14944 34774 52327 58R65 03812 G8G55 75C74 77012. 79381 15 PRIZES AT £20 1293 8088 ~ 8213 8409 11523 30801 373G2 37733 40081 5098') 5)001 603 87 70GG7 85939 8G52G Lottery No. 1307 will be drawn on Friday next. 1 ? I
PARIS CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
PARIS CONFERENCE i PARIS, Wednesday: Tile proposal by the United States delCBaf.' ..Mr, Byrnes) that the plenary lnettinys ;-! the Parts Conference and commissi m meetings should be open to tii? Pn.s'. which Dr. Evatt seconded and M. Molotov firmly supported, was ur.aiv imoutly acceptcd by the mlv.s com mittee. However difficult may be the paths of international co-t'p-.rulitm, '.he U.S.A. is determined not t/i re turn to the policy of i ulation. 'We must try to understand ci-c another. Even when we cannot agree. tntt.si never accept ditagrecmci.t a.s final.'! declared tile U.S. Secretary 'Mr. Byrnes). addr-F; inu th- pU-:.ar.v »cs-l .sinn yesterday afterur-jii. 'ff the. principle of Allied S'.'iU:- had not at -I tempted to liarimj»:.ie tiirir views be fore this cniilcien: I 'a jtate to say' how many months the lonferenee would ha ve to riJt'ttniif* v.lnU* mal:i:'uf pu effrr' t' recuncile tliri: p:;«itir,ns.'. Mr. Byriav- ti vt !:i i c:l. Uni'.eo; Stuti's w:i! |jy its aKreetnen'oi i...
SOME RESTRICTIONS OFF TRUCK TYRES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
SOME RESTRICTIONS OFF TRUCK TYRES , . 1 CANBERRA. TUesday: All rcs.ne-j tionc on taw motor truck tyres, except 1 sizes C.50 x 17. 0.00 x 10. 0.50 X 16.! 7.00 x 10, and 7.50 x 1G. which are also| ' used cn motor cars, will be removal j on and after next Thursday, the :vlit.i-i stcr t'er Supply (Senator Afthi'yi an-] noitneed. ! No permits will be issued after July I 31 to enable the purchase of truck, lyres. . People who have not received P j mi's b.v Monday. August 5. should der tl eir requircmrnts from tin::' usual suppliers. j j
DOCTOR'S EVIDENCE Alleges Sinclair Still Insane [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
DOCTOR'S i EVIDENCE Alleges Sinclair Still Insane SYDNEY. Wednesday: Evidence that Boyd Sinclair -27), on trial fur | the murder of John Smillie. uxij driver, near Pleinington saleyards in' 19:13. was 'still obviously insane' was uiven by ' Dr. John McGeorgc. Mac- 1 j tjttarie street psychiatrist. in the i Centra! Criminal Court tcday. Tre Crown case concluded yesterday and I)i'. McCsorge was the lirst wit ness this morning when the trial eli te red its third daf. H? told the court .that Sinclair was still living in 'a world of fantasy.'
OUR NEIGHBORS JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
OUR NEllBORS .Tl'NEE Mrs. A. Paeey has bt-.en taken to hos pital by till' aiubinancc. Well-known Marrar resident, .Miss Fury, recently spilled some boiling water over her leg anil foot and was severely sen Weil, but is now making progress. Bowlers went to Waggsi and scored n victory against the local combination. J. Christie's rink won by nine points, and that of E. Barnes l;.v five. G. Stan ton's rink lost by three points and J. Cameron's by four, giving Jnnec nn aggregate lead of seven points. Mrs. Wealauds has been taken home from hospital by the ambulance. Mrs. J. Googli will be visiting Syd ney to attend the uiiltlin-;; of her sis ter Edna. No doubt whilst in Sydney Mrs. Goo,;)) will make final arrange ments lor her removal to Sydney with the hope of shortly regaining posses sion of her own home.
TEMORA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
TEMORA Wing Commander Carey Thompson, A.F.C.. lias been awarded the Distin guished Flyir. ', Cros.i. He was former ly Chief Flying Instructor at No. 10 E.F.T.S. and married a Temora girl. Miss Lesley Uushell. In the 'Herald' pen red a photo graph of interest. Il is Miss Berenice Armstrong and Mr. Peter Finley. whose engagement is announced. Miss Arm strong. formerly a member of the W.R.A.N.S.. is the eldest daughter of Mr. am! Mrs. W. V. Armstrong. ol Northwood. Peter Finley is the elder son of Dr. C A. Finley. formerly of i Temora. and the late Mrs. Finley. j A resident of Temora many years i ago. in tile person of Mr. James Woods. I who was on tin- stall of the firm of , Jas. Thom. and whose people o.le time conducted tlv Empire Hotel, passed away in Sydney recentiv. The engagement has been announc ed of Myrtle elder daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. B. We.icit. of ' Derriwong. N.S.W., to Raymond, eldei' son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ncl.. of Nurum. Tlie death occurred very suddenly of , Mr. Coli...
ASBESTOS CEMENT Controlled Distribution To Defeat Hoarders [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
ASBESTOS CEMENT Controlled Distribution To Defeat Hoarders 'Evidence has accumulated that many retailers are ordering quan tities of asbestos sheeting out of all : proportion to their current rcciui.'. ments.' said the Minister fcr Labor and industry (Mr. Hamilton Knigh;-. in announcing that control of ilistri- . button would bt tiglitene:! as fr..m August 1. Mr. Knight said that manufacturers were being advised that firms smIi niitted for release of asbestos eeai-nt sheeting must show in detail ti-.e and number of sheets lor ouUi:ic walls, gables, eaves lining, internal v.a l;. arid ceilings. All applicant;!* in'M also state what other wall or .eiiing covering materials were beii::; us-'(j cn the job in addition to the - o.. cement required. ! Where more than one n.w was being erected, such as a gr-;,,. ! tin; Housing Commission, the n'r.iitsr jobs must be given. Mr Knight, who admin;-',':- ..if Building Operations ana ;.j;, . terinls Control Act. nitera:.-,; was the Government's t...
HOSPITAL FEES MR. KELLY EXPLAINS WHY HE WIPED OUT THE COUNTRY BENEFITS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
hospital fees MR. KELLY EXPLAINS WHY HE WIPED OUT THE COUNTRY BENEFITS Writing tu tiic Minister for Api culture (air. E. II. Graham) on subject of Country Hospital j ?fits, the Minister for Kcalili (Mr, ! Kelly) has the following („ S!1V. I 'With reference to your communi-' cation in regard to th,. termination of the Country Hr:snim!, „ ? Scheme, these schemes were formerly conducted by the public- hospitals in groups, and nny less arising 011l cf th„ conduct of such scheme* was a liability which had been borne by the hospitals! co-operating in the conduct of the scnemes. 'The introduction r.r the common-' wealth Hospital Belief!:-.- Sclnme into the public hospital system cf this I State on July 1, 194s. radically altered the situation as far as the conduct' of such schemes by hospitals is con- ' cerned. j Formerly, the .sciu-m?s were design- ? cd to benefit hosnitals hi- niwi.,r. contributcrs on the low-r income levels to make provision for their hospitalisa tion by. virtually, pay...
SKIRTING The A.M.L. and F. Co. Ltd. writes: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
SKIRTING I 'The A.M.L. and F; Co. Ltd: writes: I Although shearing nas already com menced in .many sheds, the greater bulk of the N.S.W. wool. clip has yet to be shorn., It is felt that, at this stage, a timeiy word' to growers on the subject of skirtin-3 would not go amiss. While, heavy , skirting of the fleeccs generally is hot advocated, the grower must bear in mind the primary object of skirting, which is to segregate from the fleece itself any fault tliat would detract from its value as a fleece. Theiefore. the amount of skirting to be taken oil varies with the type ot country, seasonal condition, and, in some instances, the condition of the flock. A preliminary examination in the yard of each run of sheep, before pen ning up for shearing, will give the srowcr-ciasser a .fair idea of what to expect when the fleece is thrown on the- rolling table, vThe classer should personally, skirt, a few fleeces of eaicli run, to demonstrate .to his, wool-rollers what be wants, taken, off.. ...