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A CLOSE CALL FOR A BRIDE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
A CLOSE CALL FOR A BRIDE SYDNEY. Friday: On the rve of her wedding, tsmt-rrbv. Elsie Pclglaw 25. was nearly sciipc:) at the Stute Abattoirs tcdny w!:?!! liar liair bream: cntar.ali'd in ;\ nvclihie. She is in hopitnl in a' -?:?:. al conc!i.i:-n. Miss Pc!;j!a:;-j ::-.ranied wh.'n her hai.- became c ni;:.it. and workmater .s\viu-li;tl off th- :i: i;hi:i\ and released her. Ambulai:-!' I; .-srers said t!:'it if the Workmate :;:'.i I'.™ a mim.tC! later, the *?:;-.!;) V..11UI have been torn completely awry.
SABOTAGE ON BRIDE SHIP? Mystery Fire [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
SABOTAGE ON BRIDE SHIP? Mystery Fire SYDNEY. Friiliiy: As a lit-UU- sbi;) was .stcaminc up'tlin mast yestci clay a mystery fire was disiiivercil in Ilif ImniKC. Police, uhu huarilril llic linrr at the Heads, suspect .salmta^i as a innlive, as. chairs and lalil ??, were pilnl in tHc rrnlri- nf tin luuiice, anil newspapess were jam med under furniture, and had been M'l im fire. ;. Ilmvcver. Ibe'flames «cre r\li'i t'liisbril Ijcfnre much damage w.ts done. Siitnc passengers alle^rd that Hi.' rrcu- of Hip liner ?ol nut ill' hand 1111 I In- uar. and dcmanil''d In attend dames with the passcucirs. One malr |iassenRrr. uin- objected In this, had Uvo cg£s lliromi at him. The liner had ;.jaliM.iiil S:)G pas M-iiKcrs. cf whoni 2;.i were linti, 1 wives and lliildrcn (if Auvlr:ili:i:i Servicemen. rassen^ers sjiiil that they were liliMstd to reach Sydney without mis hap. They allege that tin- crrw was alisulutely imeiiiilrcll;il-le. and that the Iti.rr was lillhy and the fnnil nausratiiiK. , ll-:...
N.Z. DELEGATES Move for Majority Vote [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
N.Z. DELEGATES Move for Majority Vote 1 PARIS. FiU.iy-. The- New Zealand' delegation in,, ;.jv(.,, notite Ol motion thai the P.:::, Conference dec-Uiuns ylioul:! i;i- t:. :, -imple majority. Til.- lii-.; ;.'?.;,;? domination of inier jiiauciji,! . ? 1 ?.-:;-- v;as dani'.erou.s. ;:?,-? Dmch d. :? ..,-... .Van Bost/.elarei tlv tlarirtl i:. ii r.vi-.-h lo the conim-n-.f ' lie sai:i :h;i M;i victors niiisl refrain from a p'j'i ??, ?: niUnildation. .seiri.h ncs-. and in:, i-iance. -The way in ??vhich tile ;;!(:.? powors obtained a privileged ;)!,i-r. iM u.N.O. was no- .- KO':d oiner. iar luture dcvelopm'.Mi aiul the use they made, of it certainly lias !;;?: -li-sipat'.-d these fears.'
REFORMATION OF RIFLE CLUBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
REFORMATION OF RIFLE CLUBS CANBERRA, Friday: Members of rifle clubs would soon be able to pur chase rifles on the same term.1; as 'nc loiv the war, said the Army Ministei ? Mr. Fordo. Plans for the re-establishment ol rifta. clubs were proceeding as rapidly 1 as p: ssible. Efficient clubs. whi:-h 'went in'o recoss in 19-U. lv; said, would :n.t be disbanded, but w;\ik! have tc show tvidcnca of rcoraanLsation. Fur.dv and securities lodged will; ;he Arnn Finance Branch wcul;l be rr mrnid 10 duhs on their rcf^rma'.isn. Free i:..!iiifs. and issues tn purchase nf amiuunlllon would \x r-.sum:-d a' ' i:i !.T.!I. Two rlflss wnulcl i:-- i;!'-i tr club:: f-Ji' every five m ?m!jer.'i.. Cliib;. woul-l function as civilim hotii-.-s. un 1 der lh-.- permanent head of the Army I3ep:i!tiu:nt. ? ^
STATE LOTTERY First to Rockdale [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
STATE LOTTERY First to Rockdale SYDNEY. Friday: Stale Lottrrv No ! 13S7 was drawn Kiddy. j Fir.vt privia was won bv No. 10208. A. Tl. Kuglr-s. 42 CluilceMer Mroet. R.icfc dale. Se;:oiul. No. 77.r,i.4. -\Vf Two' syndi cate. Jessie Elliptic. No. U V.'akatu Flats. 102 Burton .street. Darliughur.st. Third. No. BM75. 'A. O. !J.' syndi ca:c. .lohn Manns. 212 Liverpxjl .siri-et. Sydney. Fourth. No. Siw.'in. 'i-x;- .lims' v.yn dirjate. J. Rrdford. Bobadah. via Con dobolin. 10 riJIZKS AT £11111 l-'.Cifi' lf»'2B 303G2 331M4 3341G ' 30348 5G177 5!14!13 68G80 02G2G 10 I'KIKES AT £50 . .. 2U3 : 9781 _345?fl .. 43415 5001G . 51ii50 702G2 712GB 72258 88417 111 I'KIZKS AT £40 J 154-1 1SD4G 21826 22778 25701! 2G003 .12338 41875 50G4G 847HU 1!) PHIZES AT £30 72M 17217 21227 28939 32075 fi!S2B5 75290 761(52 039?' DiiSlO 15 PRIZES AT £20 17005 27261 3:i2KU 40G14 42471 ?14114 48734 5331)2 578U5 (iBlSG K9S50 72929 84186 K4244 'J1019 Lottery No. I36U will be drawn on Wednesday.
ASSOCIATES' NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
ASSOCIATES' NOTES Last Sunday the eliminating round of tlie club championship was played, resulting as follows :— . Mrs. Scott d.. Miss Reardon', fi.and 4; Mrs. Hulford. d. Mrs. Murphy, G^nd 5; Mrs. Smart d. Mrs. Sexton, 7, and 5: Mrs. Rawson d. Mrs. E. Last, 1 up. In .the. semi-final '.rounds. Mrs. Scott will meet Mrs. Hulford, and Mrs. Smart will oppose Mrs. Rawson. Last Saturday a large field contested the third; round of the Hawkins Clip, the winner, Miss, J. Button, returning a SLore of 2 up. Congratulations! With 2, more' rounds to play, much can happen, but it is interesting to re view possible chanccs;at this stage. Best two rounds aggregate to date: Mks'Sutton, 4 up; Mrs. Sexton, square: Dr. Brown, 1 down; Mrs. Hulford, 3 down; Miss Hardwlck, 4 down; Mrs. A. Smith. 5 down; and Miss E. Troy, 6 down. Only one more round remains to bo p.'ayed in the Keith Richard's Cup 18 hole stroke, and best aggregates to date are: ';'?'' Mrs. Sexton .. '. .* .'.' G7-68-73— 208 Mrs.. Hulford...
GOLF OPEN TOURNAMENT THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
GOLF CPEN TOURNAMENT THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Entries: Associates:, Mrs. Dunkley, Mrs. Hul ford, Mrs._ K. Williams, Mrs. Stratton. Mrs. Prince.. Miss E. Troy, Miss J. Dav'les, Miss V, Monti, Miss J. Stitton. Mrs. Sexton. Miss Leaver, Dr. Brown. Mrs. Bath, Mrs. Moran.^Mrs. Smart. Mrs. Smith, Miss Reardon, Mrs. La.st Mrs. Gibson, Mrs. Hutchlns iCooUc. Mrs. West icoolac). Members: From Coolac. Messrs. R Attwood, O. Armour, R. Hutchlns, W West; Irom Young.' Messrs. W. G. Por ter. E. Taylor. L. J. Hanlon, C. J. Han lon. J. Black, and others; from Goul buin. Messrs. G. Eddy. A. A. Brown; from Harden, A. Page. Club Members: T. Armstrong. N. Bassingthwaiijhte. J. Bath. O. Ballard G: Bruderlin. G. Ballard. L. Crossman L. Carberry, J. Copp, J. Caster, M. Cooper, S. ' Dunkiey, A. Dobble, D Dcldge, e. Dundas, W. Holman. K. Mammett. J. Moran. A. Mendham. M. Mutch, C. Murdoch. L. OToolc, Scott Robson, R. Rowe, D. Stratton, A. Smith, L. Ticehurst. E. WeLssel, E. H. Williams, , R., .WilUams, p. Wil...
FOOTBALL COOTAMUNDRA v GUNDAGAI [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
FOOTBALL COOTAMUNDRA v GUNDAGAI The Cootamundra first and reserve grade teams are to visit Gundagai on Sunday. The first grade team will be: D. Wall, R. GehrlgyJ. Crowe, N.'McDon ncl, R. cohen, P. Ryan, N. Lloyd, j. Belli K. Glanville, G. Ball, S. Me Allstcr, A. Brpughton, G. Grelg. Re ser.ve: ,: w. Glanville. . Tlie reserve, grad^ team will be: Nuttall, Rees. Myers, Fitzgerald', Brown. W. Glanyille, Hanlon, Burrows, Luff. Taylor, chamberlain, Wheatley, Bridle. THIRD GRADE COMPETITION A. team tp( represent ;jt'he Railway against the ]Waratahs 'ori'Fisher Park on .Sunday, will' be selected from tlie following': . Wells, Manning, Kirley. Reardon, Orgill, Waters, Culgan, siu ven. Freeman, P. Fitzgerald, W. Fitz gerald, Eccelston... Oliamberlaln, Mc Ewen, Bott, Kelleher, Cox. The De La Salle Old Boys visit Stockinbingaf.
CAULFIELD TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by "Tigar" ELSTERNWICK STAKES.—7 Furlongs At 1.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
CAULFIELD TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by 'Tigar' ELSTERNWICK STAKES.— 7 Furlongs At 1.30 p.m. Fairy's Flight (13) ? 8 9 Fly Beam -9) .... .. .. 8 9 Sasti ii) .. ?.-. .. ? 8 6 Fay Rose (2) ? 8 0 Miss Lottie (21) ? 7 11 Queen of the Fairies 120) .. 7 10 San Fairy Anne (5) .. .. 7 10 So and So (3) ? 7 10 Amelia (10) ? 7 8 Linda's Joy (15) ? 7 8 Our Love (;4) .'; ' ? 7 8 Pheon H7)' .. ? 7 8 Blue Stocking (19) ? 7 6 Dream Rocks (10) ? 7 6 Tarella til) ? 7 6 Miss Tracey (14) ? 7 4 Snow Screen (12) ? .7 4 Chippendale (22) ? 7 2 Heather Rose (6) ? 7 0 Suppose (1) ? 7 0 Top Rank (8) ? 7 0 FAIRY'S FLIGHT or SASTI MOONDAII PLATE.— C Furlongs First Division At 2.5 p.m. La Patrice (4) ? ...97 Aggressor (8) ? 9 1 Geronimo il) ? 8 7 Delano (23) ? 8 4 Glenfcrn (3) ' ? 8 1 Enthuse (9) ? 8 1 TnrabBh T21) ? 8 1 Chcrie Marie (12) ? 7,12 Dual Gift (19) ? 7 12 The Sirdar (13) ? 7 10 Edward John (2; ? 7 0 Brace t5) ? 7 8 Solstar (20) ? 7 5 Westminster Abbey (10) .. 7 5 Tamerlane (18) ? 7 3 Hereward (15- ...
GREYHOUND RACING PLENTY OF RACES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
GREYHOUND RACING PLENTY OF IJACES What with 11 events. on the pro gramme at the Cootamundra Coursinf Club's meeting on Fisher Park, and bookmakers operating; on races- at Moorefield and Gaulfield, it will be. a long while before punters^ run out of races tomorrow afternoon. The fir.st greyhound race is to be at 2,30. . i The premising Pliar Son is expected to maintain his excellent form. Tlie following are the noins. and selections: Novice Stake. 500 yards. 7th grade: Alman Lad, Sweet Comet, Tune's G'.fi. Clare's Hope. Junior, Minda Ginge, Rocky Vale, British Malt. SWEET COMET 1, CLARE'S HOPE 2 Novice Stake, 500 yards, eth grarta, 2nd heal: Duke Comrade, Swifty Lyn, Kirk Bells, Lady Rion, Keen Minda. Kentucky Jenn, Tumut Minda, Speedy Silver. KIRK BELLS 1. K. JEAN 2 Novice Stake, 500 yards, Oth grade, lsi heat: Ikey Isaacs, Radiant Mac, Pat's La«t. Royal- Clayton, The Keg, Golden Double, Moralist, Evening, Walk. ROYAL CLAYTON 1, E. WALK 2 N'ovico stake. 500 yards, 5th grade: Last sh...
COOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB'S MEETING ON AUGUST 28 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
COOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB'S MEETING ON Al'Gl'ST 28 A: its last' meetini; the Cootanum-| fita Chamber of Commerce decided toj :i.ommend that all business house.s'. .;of«' at 12 30 on Wednesday. Au^'Ut; JH. the day of the Cootamundra Turf j Club's meeting. Nominations for the meeting cl--e, on Monday. August 19. The Cootamundra secretary. Mr. Ted Williams, has received numerous in quiries already from interested own ers and trainers, and is confident hat the meeting will be an outstanding success.
TENNIS SUNDAY'S TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
TENNIS SUNDAY'S TOURNAMENT The following players will commence play at 9.30 a.m., at the Railway courts: R. Willis and Miss Barnett, K. Kimbert and Miss N. Manwaring. K. Flynn and Mrs. Goodall, Keogh and Miss Scamp, Whltclcy and Mrs. M. Hanlon, Mr. and Mrs. Gill. R. Man waring and Miss N. Ryan, K. Manwar ing and Miss N. Hulford. M. F. Man waring and Miss Mammatt, S. Vincent and Mrs. Taylor, J. Corby and MLss D. Johnson, G. Brown and Miss. P. At kins. . The i following players will com mence play at .the Catholic Courts at 10.45 a.m.: T. Barrett and Mrs. Rinkln. Bretcll and Mra. Pettlford. Duff and Mrs. Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. Boland. . Davis and Mrs. Le Breton. O'Malley and Mrs. Tucker, Athol Manwaring and Miss E. Manwaring. ! All players not mentioned in ihe above lists arc requested to be ready to play at the Municipal courts. Plav crs are again reminded that although lunch is not provided, an excell:nt afternoon tea may be obtained at the courts.
MAHER CUP DRAW Tomorrow Night [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
MAHER CUP DRAW Tomorrow Night The draw for the Maher Cup will take place at 7.30 tomorrow night, at the Hotel Cootamundra. Teams that have challenged arc Cootamundra, Young, Cowra, We3t Wyalong, Harden-Murrumburrah, Ju nee, Temora, Barmedman, Gibsonvale, Gundagai, and Tumut. . , .. . ' Tumut have lodged a challenge just in case they lose the cup to Gib sonvale tomorrow. . .1 Only five teams can be successful in the draw, as the last game will be on Saturday, September 7.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
A good resolution foils doubt and suspense. . It indicates Judgment' and sound co:n monsonse. A good resolution fs good, to recall When similar reasons for action befall. A good resolution denotes good intent. And gives satisfaction in money well' .spent — A good resolution for colds will asaitre When purchasing Woods1 Great Pep . permint Cure. SHOP WITH OUR ADVERTISERS AND mention what you saw ADVERTISED ?n this Newspaper.
RANDWICK MONDAY'S ACCEPTORS Selections by "Tigar" TELLERS' HANDICAP.—6 Furlongs and 19 Yards (For Three-Year-Old Fillies.) At 12.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
RANDWICK MONDAY'S ACCEPTORS Selections by 'Tigor' TELLERS' HANDICAP.— 0 Furlongs and 19 Yards (For Three-Year-Old Fillies.) At 12.43 p.m. Gold Taj '151 ? 9 3 November (14) ? 8 5 Morning Glory (5) ? 8 4 Beautiful (131 ? 7 12 Greta Grey 18) ? 7 9 Murmiir 1 1 1 ? 7 8 Scorn'' (10) ? 7 7 Timoana (4) ?.. .-.'.' ? 7 7 Felbina (7) .. ..?'..:. .. 7 7 Duotetra (6) .. ..* ? 7 6 Silver Damsel (li)i-.. -.'?. ';.' 7 4 ?Vagitus K12) ??... ? ?. ... 1 ;4 Lady Game (9) ? 7 3 Gay Fly (3) ? 7 3 Merry. Lyn (2) ? 7 0 MORNING .'GLORY or NOVEMBER NOVICE HANDICAP.— 1', MUes and . ? 25 Yards ' ? : First Division At 1.15 p.m. Torment (5) ? 9 0 Franjean (16) ? 8 7 Chatster '(15) ? -8 4 Cape Neddlck (10) ? 8 1 Drummer Boy (14) ? 8 0 Frustrate (9) ? 7 12 Monsoon (4) ? 7 11 Bronze Knight (6) ? 7 9 Cherokee Lad (13) ? ,7 9 Cathedra (8) ? 7 8 McKechnie (3) ? 7 8 Mcnelik (7) ? 7 6 Delano (1) ? 7 6 Mount Hope (2) ? 7 3 Royal Duke (12) ? '7 3 Tregazza (11) ? 7 0 TOR^JE^T; 'or , FRAN JEAN STAFF iJIANDICAIV-7 Furloncs a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
BACKACHE, LEG PAINS, may be danger sign of Tired Kidneys If backache and log palnu am making you miioiabla. don't juit complua and do nothing about them. Nature may bo warning you that your kidnpyH The Icidnoys are Naturo's chid way ol takinq excetfs acids and poiitonoiM waito out ol the blood. They hrlp moat people olimlnato about 3 ptnlrt * day. K the 15 miles ol kidney lubes and lilters don't work woll. poiiionoui waste matter stays in the blood. The.,, poisons may start nagging bacJcachos. rheumatic pains, leg pains. Iosh ol pup and energy, disturbed nigh'j. i.wi-lling. putfinea, under Iho oye». hcadochva and diiiinoss. Freque'nl or poor kidney action vHiutlmM «hovM Ihrro o' 'ad'de''9 W'On' W'lh y0L' Hdncy') Don't* defiy. Abk your chr-misi -., ?lore lor Docn'j Backache Kiln.., i-,ii1 '?, .atimuUnl-diutetic. used buco-.vi|u11v lw million, lor over 40 ye,,,, dL', give happy r.liol and will h.lp ,h» IS mile, ol kidney tube; nliminato poinonous waste Irom Iho blood. Aik your Chemist...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
SMALL ADVTS.— Wanted, Found,! Lost. To-Let, For Sale, etc.— are Gd per line per issue (G words to a line),! with a minimum charge of !;G. | WANTED, Cottage, Fiat, or Rooms, uccomodate two. Apply this oltice. | WANTED, Two Young Ladies. in! work at the Silver Sta? Cafe. WANTED, Board, with private family. j Apply this office. FOR SALE, 1930 Nasii Utility. Accept pegged price. Phono icj. McCleaiys. WANTED. Girl, no !:r.n;dry. Apply Mrs. Bfisslngthwaigh;!. i:-k WaHeu doon Street. WANTED, Sehuolixy. ;„ ai-livt-r pap-.-:-.;, morning and a:;i:r..,jn. Ap,-ly K Ekin, Cootanmrciia. ? __ ? __| WANTED, Piano r,r I'l.,...,- piano. mMi| buyer, out (.f ? .rrtrr no ?.;:ioc:!on. Ma;t have fin! :ron lr.-m«-. Ki-ply. .staMo.s make. pric-..-. t '?. (,, Mr Dunne, care this C.fllLi, HUM). ;,.;r of iii^ii. \;]:u-,: .shoes' Applv ..;-; frov.-n ail-: I- OK -.\l.V.. A HI I!. Pi.iM.. ^ Ancoia Fulli , n.iial. t., M'tlir.i; A:.'.-ua!;ji-s. 4 Aik.ivv 11 !?U:rha:i y... Piiiinu S&3. VOll SALE. Gent's Gri'...
SPORTING MOOREFIELD TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by "Tigar" JANNALI THREE-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN.—6 Furlongs First Division At 12.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
- - ' '^ MOOREFIELD TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by 'Tigor' j JANNALI THREE- YfcAK-OLD M \IDKN.«-K Fnrlnngs First Division At VI Aii n.m. Regal LiyM . 4 - ? 8 12 Monogram 'I'i- ? 8 ?* Mngandu --' ? 3 10 Congo .8. ? 8 10 j Part. 'U0' ? 8 10 Periec Movi ?'-- ? 8 JO Slut Held '9- ? ? Ba Wise Rtlior '17' ? 8 8 Wake Island ? 1 «» ? ? 8 7 Pasteur ? 1 ' ? 8 ' Milllairi' d'J- ? » ' D-.iots-tra ? 13 1 ? 8 7 Karitane i»2- ? 8 fi Lord Rex - m- ? « 5 Marnrak i2'2- ? 8 ?- Sir Vainis ?'? ? 8 I Silver Elk -Gi ? 8 'J Allwortli c3- ? 8 2 Expedit.-r -2l- ? 8 - Imposler .14' ? 8 ! Eromaiiga - 1 1 ? ? H u Riiy o' Lite « 18. ? « » REGAL LIGHT or WISE Rrt.KR JANXALI TIIKKE-YEAIt-OID j MAIDEN.— « Furlongs Second Division At 1.20 p.m. Orsnd City ? 1 1 ? ? nil Affable ilOi ? ii II Permanent i4- ? K 10 Je.st -~- ? 8 1' Murmur ? I » ? 8 i1' I Bimafc -15) ? S 1' Conviviality . I7i ? 8 ' Juan Dale -13i ? » 7 Bern's Pride -14- ? 1) 7 Vagiit-s t8i ? :-? 7 j Timoana -3- ? ?'! 7 J Catch On i12i ? 8 7 i Ethel Clare ...
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 24.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (Bv Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) i No. 24.) Next morning 'January 4) we got an early start. natives carrying our bikes across the river. It unfortunately was very bw water, about 30 yards across, and not more than 3 feet deep in the middle If in flfiod this would be a very formidable .stream. A ciiiartrr of n mile from the water we gained the river bank, but that (Hiarter of a mile was grains of loose river .sand. We v.-i'te lollott'i.'d by a big mob of black; anxious in see us ride. We now passed through a belt of .stunted trees, about 15 feet hi-jh. beau tifully shaped wit!1, a thick deep green foliaye. One ol Aleck's tyres whs down, fo we halted under one of these and mended -.ame. .surrounded by a big audience nl blacks. Crov.siii- a piain. we picked up the track aixl an seven miles' i;ood riding to the salt creek. Expecting to lim! wind water in the '20-mile well Irnm the river, we had' put none in the cans when leaving Sal...