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BOXING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
BOXING NOTES (By 'Left-hook.') ?One of the most- consistent, sparring partners seen at the gymnasium for a long time is Noel Burns. This lad goes liaining every night, and although not as good as some of the boxers he spars with, he has shown great form, and gives the boys a good work out. Under the right guidance. Noel would be a shock to any lightweight. He will not be contesting on August 15, but watch for him later. Keith Taylor, a south-paw. has started heavy training for his fight' with Peter Donoghuc. This fight should prove a real thriller, and either I boy may score a K.O. victory. Peter is' a dark horse, and will be much fitter than when he last fought on July -l. Muttama fans are keeping his condi tion practically a secret; so take it from me he is in good nick, and will take a power of beating. Tlie featherweight title challenger Peter Vesperman. has been training hard for his fight with Jim Hartas. This boy shows that he can take punishment, and can he dish -tt out ! j ...
CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S FIELDS i SYDNEY, Wednesday: The follow ing acccptois were declared today for the Canterbury meeting cn Saturday: PETERSHAM THREE- YEAR-OLD HANDICAP— 6 Furlongs First Division (Colts and Geldings! At 1 p.m. Euryalus -4) ? «J 10 Tyncdale (10) ? 5 11 Son of Persia (5):.. ? ? B 9 Lochram ill) :.!.. .. ... ..8 0 Royston (7) si ? ? ? .-. 7 8 !Rum Punch (2) .. .. .. ./ 7 8 jervis (3) ? 7 8 Bunak (1) ? ? ? 7 7 Radio Beam (13) ? 7 7 Dark Marne (12) .. .. .. 7 6 My Hero V 8 - ? 7 5 ? Conviviality (G) ? 7 4 Gay Leader (9) ? 7 0 PETERSHAM THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP.— fi Furlongs Second Division At 1.35 p.m. Decorate (9) ? s 13 j Concerto iGi ? g l'J Superfort i2- ? ? 8 7 Dutchman illi ? ? 7 10 Regent (3- ? 7 8 j Regal Light (8) ? 7 8 Hiraji t4i ? 7 8 ' Star Vite (10) ? 7 7 Paris (7) ? 7 7 Grand City (13) ? 7 G Militaire (1) ? 7 4 I Casanova (5) ? 7 3 Nasau Bay (12) ? 7 0 PETERSHAM THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP;^' wjm|wngs (For Fillies.) ' ? - . ? K,,At 2.16 p.m. ' Gold Taj (16) ? 9...
OUR NEIGHBORS JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
OUR NEIGHBORS .ir.vri: The engagement is announced o! Patricia Irene. mi ly da!ig.'i;er of Mr. and Mrs c Ft Milt's, of Bolton str'el. to Wallace Leonard, only son of Mrs. M. Brown, of Marquis street. Miss Katli Porili is on a vi-sit to her parents. Mr. and Mi ' J. Porch. Back on the job after their vacation from the raiin.'y a:. Aid. Gerald Duck, who returns t-; his duties as a guard, and Mr II Hill, i: train control officer. Former well-known resident. Mr Harry BLssell. was in town for tiie week-end, primiitly raining from Syd ney for tlie football - arnivnl. Mr. J. Short, cf Engine street, litis been taken home fiam hospital by am bulance. Mr.. E. R. Gill arrived in Junec to take up the position of an exc.mUi t with the railway department. After his holidays, Mr. 12. . Storm?!' resumed with the railway department this week. Mr. A. McAvojr is an iiiniat: of Hearne Bay military hospital.
ALBURY SHEEP SHOW Duke and Duchess Warmly Greeted [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
ALBURY SHEEP SHOW Duke and Duchess Warmly Greeted ALBURY. Wednesday: Tlie DuXo and Duchess of Gloucester arrived at j Alburv in the Duke's Avro-Anson air craft at noon yesterday, to attend Al bury's first sheep show and sales. They were greeted by huge crowds in Dean Square, and were later tender ed a civic reception. The streets were gaily decorated with flags. The Royal pair then went to the sportsground, where school children were assembled. The Mayor iAld. C. E. Bunion) en tertained the party at a civic luncheon before proceeding to the sheep show and sales, where 100 stud sheep of all breeds were exhibited cn a . vast two and a half acre wool floor in': Dalgety's store. ^ in 'addition, cars ahd. farhi*''ffnd shearing machinery were on view. A spccial attraction showed the wool growth from the lamb through the hogget to the wether sheep being shorn and wool being classcd, skirted, and rolled. The Alburv Woo!!..'n Mills display of the process of manufacture alst created much inte...
GUNDAGAI [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
GUNDAGAI A daughter was born u the R°v. and Mrs. Donald Dadd, of. Gundagai. at the local Women's Hospital, on Sun day. Tangible results of Building Society operations- are now being shown in both Batlow and Gundagai. Several new homes have been financed by the Queensland Co-operative Peiinar.'nt Building and investment society L':t. The Society has also financed the put chase of a number of existing hours. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Osborne, of 'FUd- banlt'. accompanied by Mr. Osborne '.- sister. Mrs. Bligh, of Roma, Qld.. were visitors to Red Hill last week where Mr. Osborne acquired 'Red Hill Dominator' by the £3,103 sire 'Wind- sor Liberator'. It. will be renumbered that Mr. Osborne secured 'Red Hill Peter' as his top sire for his stud at Redbank 3 years ago. Now discharged from the R.A.N., A/B Bill r'Sherdlc') Gardiner, arrived home in Gundagai last week. Bill will shortly recommence duties at Stribley'.s emporium. ' . Mr. Bob McEwan, of Gundagai. has been laid up with a badly injured leg...
VALIDITY CHALLENGED In Major Cousens Case [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
VALIDITY CHALLENGED In Major Cousens Case SYDNEY, Wednesday: The validity of ixilice court proceedings against Major Charles Cousens. in alleging treason, was challenged by Mr. Bradley. K.C., for Cousetis. when the question of the validity of .such ac tion was raised in the Fall Supreme Court today. Mr. Bradley disclosed to tlie court that Cousens had been released from open arrest by the military authorities pending the result of the treason charge, which was laid under liie N.S.W. Justices Act. On July 23 last the Full Court granted a rule nisi calling on tin? Crown to argue the validity of the proceedings under Section 21C of the Justices Act. and Mr. Bradley today asked the Full Court to make abso lute the rule nisi, restraining the magistrate from hearing the case. Proceeding.
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 27.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) ? No. J7. - Getting *.:] - cariy 'January 22 - . the track was very bad r.'.id faint, and we be^an m lo.. i Uing on :'if uronj 'lie. In a few miles a branch track came: it restored rcr.Jldencc. Alter 11 miles we saw river timber ahead, and or. , real liinr, same could .-re tiie poiice sta- I lion in the riisu.tici. i' being situated at the .junction ot tin* Gascoyne and ; Thomas Rivers. j j A v.oou dunk. wash, refreshments ? r. and v. c sat down under the shady | j verar.ci.'h. fceliny mttvii better. It was: ] ; now on:;, lu o'clock, aim the glass was ! 101 degrees, so we decided to camp | and make a start attei' lunch. We ' could get but little intcnuation re tne track lrom Ml. Claii. Scnnlon. our lie- ' . telling iL'i there v.cre many tracks In:' lie could give us no certain direct.* : - He also said there would be no ?? at the station. At 2.30 we made a start. Ci --~s the Ga.sco.vne. we follow...
"TRAVESTY OF JUSTICE" Australian Wool Money [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
'TRAVESTY OF JUSTICE' Australian Wool Money SYDNEY. Wednesday: The presi dent of the Farmers and Settlers' As sociation of N.S.W. i Mr. H. S. Robert son i said today that the decision of the Federal Cabinet not to divide among the woolgrowers the £7.000,000 profit from the wool purchase agree ment with Britain, which ended last July, was a travesty cf justice. Mr. Robertson, who was opening the association's annual conference, said it would be camparatively simple to pay a dividend to growers that would have exhausted the fund. That was the only way to (leal honestly with the j question, and to use the money any ; other way for the purposes of n— S search or for any purpose was a re- 1 treat from honesty, and could not be I defended. i
CHILD BEHAVIOR STUDY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
CHILD BEHAVIOR STUDY (Contributed.) As many parents probably know, there Is a small group in Cootamundia studying child behavior. We understand that some pepplc wished to join the group, but this is impassible, as wc already have a full membership. I It i.s pissiblo that another group of, this type could be started near the end I of the year, when a new course will bo starting. A membership fee of 3/ covers the whole course of lectures, use of special library books, study bonks, etc. However, parents may be interested to know that the book we now study.: 'You and Your Children,' is on sale in town. The tutor. Miss Benjamin, Is lecturer in child study to the Tutorial Depart- ' ment at Sydney University, and deals with tiie following subjects in her book: Development of the child; the Importance of habits — thumb sucking cnting, sleeping; sex education of thej child; pl'i.v; constructive discipline. We. recommend this book to parents who wish to overcome the particular be havior probl...
MASCOT AERODROME Million to be Spent [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
MASCOT T [AERODROME Million to be Spent CANBERRA. Wednesday: Ma'-col ' Aerodrome is to be enlarged at a cost i of between £5,000.000 and £6.000.00(1. \ Tliis was announced in Parliamei:! ! today by the Minister for Air O.'.-.j Drakefordi, who said that the uirp'.vi facilities will include flying l--a' , base. j The work will commence almns: i immediately, and employment will bi-i provided for about- 10,0UU workers lot j several years. ]
PETROL RATIONING TO STAY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
PETROL RATIONING TO STAY CANBERRA. Wednesday: Hop?s of tho early lifting of petrol rationing were dispelled by the Prime Minister (Mr. chifleyi. He said in the House of Represen tatives that 90,000 tons of p:trol a month would be required before rationing could be abolished. It] might be necessary to bring in 100, COO j tons n month. i r'I- am not sure whether - ' it will he possible to obtain sufficient tanker space for this amount.' said Mr. chif ley. 'Rationing is also tied up with the dollar question.' Mr. Chiflcy said in reply to a ques tion that he would give sympathetic! consideration to requests for addition al petrol supplies for candidates at the forthcoming election;;.
STATE LOTTERY First to Darlinghurst [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
STATE LOTTERY First to Darlinghurst SYDNEY, Wednesday: State lottery' No. 13G8 was drawn today. First prize was won by No. (j2 JBH. ! 'Tens' syndicate. Mrs. M. A. Salghll-| ti, 31 Denhatn street, Darlinghurst. : Second, No. fctiu:,. -Bob Up' syiKii-J eate, U, Lamb. Uf-4 Nickson street.! Moore Park, ! Third. No. t'01^1. 'Solo' syndicate. Mrs. L.. A. Harvey. 39 Harris road. Five Dock. j Fourth, No. -James' syndi cate. Mrs. W. Eiehham. 2D3 Annandale street, Annandale. 10 PRIZES AT £10(1 0197 22114 37077 37325 '12035 54152 aGUOO 01280 C4571 8771.! 1(1 PRIZES AT £50 8B98 33G14 35927 4174G 49272 58509 G7G2I G8254 7189G 7854B 10 PRIZES AT £40 15157 384G9 39462 50474 5080G G0723 79423 81900 82275 93324 111 PRIZES AT £30 4180 19282 20790 22908 24371 2KG10 328G4 51G83 89202 98118 15 PRIZES AT £20 2557 11822 18182 33070 53225 56281 64250 70207 71585 77410 78510 81207 83976 87900 90112 Lottery No. 1363 will be drawn on Friday.
OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
OVERSEAS NFAVS Overseas news in tins newspaper ii supplied hy Australian Associatrd I'ress. Sources include in England The Times. Daily Telegraph. Daily Mail Daily Herald. Daily Express. Manchest er Guardian. Renter's World Service. Associated Press of Great Britain. and Exchange Telegraph Agency: and in America, the New York Tim'-- Herald-Tribune. Associated Press. nn-! the North American Newspaper Alli ance. Matter from the London Times docs not express that nc.vv 1 paper's view unless so staled.
SOUTHERN DISTRICT DENTISTS MEET Conference at Wagga [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
SOUTHERN DISTRICT DENTISTS MEET Conference at Wagga j There was an unusual gathering of dentists in Wagga during the week end, when the annual conference of the southern division of the Australian Dental Association was held. Among those who attended were the Federal president of the association i Dr. W. Stanley Wilkinson, of Mel bourne) and another Melbourne den tist i Dr. Edwin Johnson). Dr. Wilkinson gave members pro sent a very interesting clinical dem onstration. Delegates who attended the meet ing Lame from as far as Corowa, Cootamundra. Griffith, Henty. Lee ton. Np:ri!id:ra, Tumbarumbu, and Tti mut, and Wagga was well represented. They were officially welcomed to W.ig ga by the Mayor (Aid. J. V. Duylei in his room at the Town Hull, on Satur day meriting, and tl.e delegates signed the visitors' book. Proceedings at the conference cot.- ' cerncd the dentists themselves aUnu.st entiiTly, and were not- open to the public. Before lef.ving, Dr. Wilkinson e\ [ pressed his pleasure a...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
We welcome reports of different organisations, sporting bodies, etc., but ask that, where possible, 'copy' be in by 1 o'clock on Fridays for Monday's issue, and thereafter by 1 on the day preceding publication. We. wish to avoid having to hold anything Jvtr 1111 tl,e following issue. ' -v'' '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
SID CHAMBERS ,j ? J ' , U. J ' *T . « OF THE J ' -r ' 'j Modern Garage ANNOUNCES THAT HE HAS JUST INSTALLED ANEW : ENGLISH BUiflA BORIKG BAR REB0R1NG AND SLEEVING WORK CAN NOW BE CARRIED OUT IN A MATTER Op DAYS AS AGAINST WEEKS. THE MODERN GARAGE N.R.M.A. Representative Wallendoon and Sutton Streets 'PHONE: 214
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
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C.P. ELECTION AIMS "Tax Reductions, Higher Standards of Living" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
C.P. ELECTION AIMS 'Tax Reductions, , Higher Standards of Living' 'Now that the date of -j,c Federal election lias been announced and the campaign Is about to begin i:i earnest I urge all Country Party Mipport^ri to throw their weight, behind our or ganisation, and behind tiie c.P. can didates who are standing for tiie various electorates,' said the chair man or the Central council cf Hie Country Party (Mr. e. j. E''Ius M.L.C.). 'I would also urge the people or iliel country towns and districts lo give the most careful attention to the issues that are to bo placed before them. j 'The Country Party policy for the campaign will be announced in due course by our Federal leader -Mr. IVidden), but I think sufficient is known about our men. the character and policy of our party generally, and our record In Government,, to assure tho mass of the people that, at this crucial point in Australian history, they can safely turn to the Country Party to rescue them from the bog into which they ha...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
? ? _ ^ ^ j SMALL ADVTS.— Wanted, Found, I Lost, . To-Let, For Sale, etc.— are Od per line per issue. iG words to a line), j with a minimum charge nt I/O. WANTED, urgently, by ex-Service-' man (business owner i. and wife. Fur nished Flat. Phone 253, Cootamundra. WANTED, Full Board, |-y youth, rail way clerk, private home prererrud. Write H. Morgan, e o Resident En gineer's orrice. Cootninuudra. Ur gent. j WANTED, 2 to 5 h.p. Electric Motor, urgently. Particulars to E. Aiuler.-:on. 52 Thompson Strce'.. | WANTED, competent mechanic for tractor and truck repairs. Apply with references to Joiin Meagher and Co. I Ply. Ltd.. Cootanunulra. I WANTED, 200 toils n| wood. Apply II. ! Allen. Chamen street. j WANTED, Cottage. Flat, or Rooms, accomodate two. Apply this office. ; I.O.ST, Gold Flecked Conklln Foun tain Pen. Reward. J. A. Cunning ham. District Works Office. I LOST, blue earring. Parker St.. Men- 1 day. Finder please return to this of- I fice. i FOR SALE. cane pram, good appear-! alt...