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SHOCKING CASES AT BATHURST Men's Alleged Dealings With Schoolgirls [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

SHOCKING CASES AT BATHURST Men's Alleged Dealings With Schoolgirls BATHURST. Friday: In the chil dren's Court, four men were charged with offences invoMttg 12 schoolgirls, aged 13 to 14 years. The men. whose a^cs ranged from 21 to GO. were arrested after the Bath- I urst police had rounded up a number of delinquent girls. A GO-year-oid military . pensioner faced six charges in respect of six different girls, alleging carnal know ledge. attemptitiK to carnally know, j and indecent assault.. On two counts he was committed to trial on August 20. and the other four charges were adjourned. The other four men were remanded to August 20 on bail.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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GATE RECEIPTS WERE £94 AT JUNEE CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

GATE RECEIPTS WERE £94 AT JUNEE CARNIVAL Gate receipts at the schoolboys'' car nival amounted to £94, which Is some- ] where about the same mark as pre-j vious years. Competitors and teamj managers are, of course, admitted to the ground free of charge. Stalls brought in £149, and cool drinks £54. but it is too early yet tn know whether the venture has bi--_-:i run at a profit large or small. Mr. K. M. Humphrys was appointed | as finance manager, and he had thej various arrangements at the ground 1 organised in an excellent fashion.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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£50 DAMAGES ORDERED AT ALBURY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

£50 DAMAGES ORDERED AT ALBURY Overturning twice between Albury and B-.irrumbuttcck in the early hours' of Sunday morning. August -I. a car owned by Edward Schl.rb:,. of Ilurrum buttock. was damaged to an eMlmated extent cf £85. In the Albury Court a young man J was convicted of having taken and j used the ear illegally, but the magis- I trate 'Mr. E. J. Ethertom said It was' not in his power to order payment of ! more than £50 compensation. I The young man was Kenneth Cieorje ! I--re. agi'it 20. from Melbourne, and! formerly of Albury. j He plepded guilty and was filled £10 and ordered to pay £50 compensation.

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ORIGINATOR OF SCHOOLBOYS FOOTBALL CARNIVAL Honored by Junee [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

ORIGINATOR OF SCHOOLBOYS FOOTBALL CARNIVAL Honored by Junee Originator of the Rlverina school- j boys' carnvial in 1943'. 'Mr. D. F. Locke. 1 was honored 011 Saturday with the | presentation of a fountain pen and a walldt of notes in recognition of the I excellent service he rendered in or ganising the first -three carnivals, ' ? Mr. Loclce represented ' the N.S.W. Rugby League at the ' vamical, and the presentation was made by Mr. A. ('Showy') Justice, who represented the N.S.W. Rugby Loague. The carnival actually started ' in 1943, after Mr. Locke had become con cerned with tlie inroads tlie ravages cf war had made on 'football in the south. Enlistments und_ transport restric tions diminished the number of men playing the code, and Mr. Locke saw in inter-town schoolboy football a means of stimulating interest, and a safeguard for the future. Actually lie got the idea from a small triangular school match ar ranged in Junee by the present secre tary, Mr. A. B. Connolly, between Ju n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

advertise WELL the , coming events, meetings, arid so 'on.' For these the charge Is 5/ per inch '(from 'no inch upward*.

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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 29.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

RECORD RIDE Mill AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO {By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) (No. 29.) At daylight ' February 14- We line! the quarts on. expecting to reach the Rai\ge ! during tlie afternoon. We lincl only enough tucker on board for breakfast and a light lunch. Picking up the track between tl'.c wells, we .skirted round tlie rocks, ami were, soon among timber. The track was very loose, but : i Ideablc. In 14 miles we came to a j bis patch of granite rocks, with little ! water. There was no big depression in the rock to hold water. Under P. White's directions we should strike rock holes in 15 miles; and although the track was taking us out of our reckon ing. finding these rocks gave us con fidence. From here we struck a seven mile patch of sand: then salt lakes. The track now turned to nearly north-west. Leaving the salt lakes, we came ajuln cn heavy sand. and by 2.30 p.m. were out nearly -10 miles from our last camp Far away on the ncrizon we could . see a range ot mils, o...

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JEWISH IMMIGRANTS Leaving Rumanian Ports [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

JEWISH IMMIGRANTS Leaving Rumanian Ports LONDON. Friday: Britain is making 1'epresciitution.s to Russia with a view *n stopping the depart. ice frcin Kiiiiiainaii pjrts of ships car.y ing illegal immigrants to Palestine ' Similar rcpn- -.^ntations have be.^n already made mi a number of oc casioiis. One reply, which may be taken as typical, was that the immi grants were not bound for Palestine, but Mexico, as all had valid Mexican visas.

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OUR NEIGHBORS JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

OUR NEIGHBORS JUNEE The engagement is announced of .'?.-.u-.. eldest daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. A Mouldt, to Donald Bruce, eldest a: oi Mrs. M. Bruce. :.lr. and Mrs. Wallace, of Sydney. : e on a few days' visit to Jtuice. where the former has a brother at laehed to the Central School stall. Mr. Gordon Smith will be trans ferring from the booking office at the railway in the near future and taking the post in the D.S. office, to be va cated by Mr. II. Snelling. Tlie sympathy 'of the Municipal Council is to be extended to the re latives of the late Mr. Craig, who was commissioner for Main Roatls. Aid. O'Sullivan in moving the motion of sympathy, said that Mr. Craig was a very g'ood public servant who had the work at his finger tips. Mrs. James Ryan received a call at the week-end to the bedside of her sister. Mrs. Widdups. who was seri ously ill at Urana, and who has since passed away. Mrs. J. S. Carter left bv nlane for Adelaide to visit her mother who. at 95 years, is not in the best ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

OVERSEAS NEWS Overseas news in this newspaper i' supplied by Australian Associated Press. Sources incljtde in England Tin' Times. Daily Telegraph. Daily Mail mil.. TTm-ii Irl n-tllv l?vnroSE Mnllrlll';t - or Guardian. Renter's World servii-''- Associated Press of Great Witai:' and Exchange Telegraph Agency: and in America, the New York Time Herald-Tribune, Associated Press. :!!'-? the North American Newspaper A''' ance. Matter from the Times does not express that new-'' paper's view unless s» staled.

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TEMORA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

TEMORA An interesting review of the progress j of tlie Ambulance Service since its establishment in 1938 is contained in a letter from Superintendent N. Thorpe to the chairman of the ambulance com mittee, in which Superintendent Thorpe tendered his resignation to en ter business here. The Municipal Council has agreed to offer the bowling club the area of land, known as Black's, adjoining Cal laghan Park, for the construction of an additional bowling green. The monthiy meeting of the Metho dist Ladies' church Aid Association was made the occasion of bidding fare well to Mrs. A. Macauley, who leaves this week for her new home in Peter sham. The death occurred in a private | hospital at croydon Park. Sydney, of I Mr. Denis Crowley, a former licensee of the Queensland hotel here. He was 63. and is survived by his widow and one sou, Keith. The engagement is announced of Peggy Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j. Davis; of Nnrrabri, to William John, eldest son of Mrs. V. Firman, Temor...

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FEDERAL HOUSES Rush to Finish [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

I FEDERAL HOUSES Rush to Finish CANBERRA, Friday: Both Homier, e.f Parliament are racing to finish the session today to enable mt'.nbers to enter the election campaign. | The House of Representatives sat! until 4 a.m. this morning to deal with ] ! 13 ot the 27 items on the notice paper, j ! It met. again at 10.30 a.m. to tackle j the remainder of the business. ] j The main items to be disposed r;i ' today are the Supply Bill and tlic- 1 ! Dairy Industry Assistance Bill.

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SPORTING CANTERBURY TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by "Tigar" PETERSHAM THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP.—6 Furlongs First Division (Calls and Geldings) At 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

[?] CANTERBURY TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by 'Tigar' PETERSHAM TIIREE-YEAIl-OLD HANDICAP— G Furlongs I'irst Division (Calls and Gcldhigsi At 1 p.m. Euryalus (4- ? 0 10 Tynednle (10) ? 6 11 Son of Persia (5) ? 8 9 j Lochrain ill) ? 8 D ? Royston (7) ? 7 8 Runt Punch (2) ? 7 8 Jervis (3i ? 7 8 Bunak (1) ? 7 .7 Radio Beam (13) ? 7 7 Dark Marne (12) ? 7 6 My Hero (8) ? 7 Si Conviviality (6) ? 7 4 ? Gay Leader -9) ? 7 0 EURYALUS or TYNEDALE l'ETERSIIAM , THREE- YEAR-OLD HANDICAP.— li Furlongs Second Division At 1.35 p.m. Dccorate ifl- ? 8 13 Concerto (6) ? 8 10 Superfort (2- ? B 7 Dutchman til) ? 7 10 Regent (31 ? 7 8 Regal Light 18) ? 7 8 Hiraji (4) ? 7 8 Star Vite (10) ? 7 7 Paris (7) ? 7 7 Grand City '13) ? 7 6 Militaire (1) ? 7 4 Casanova -5i ? 7 3 Nasau Bay (12) ? 7 0 DUTCHMAN or CONCERTO I PETERSHAM THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. — G Furlongs (For Fillies.) At 2.10 p.m. Gold Taj (1GI ? 9 0 Shining Vision (15) ? 8 0 r Believe (10) ? 7 13 Chanson Gai (14) ? ? 7 10 Foolfox (8) .. '. . : ?...

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UNION OF GERMAN ZONES Investigations to be Made [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

UNION OF GERMAN ZONES Investigations to be Made LONDON. Friday: Britain has ac cepted the Russian proposal that a' Four-Power Commission should lni-M-| ti:\ate the effect the economic union! cf the occupation zones In Germany would have on German trade, trans portation. travel, and similar prob lems. says the Press Association.

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BRITISH FARMERS' THREAT To Withhold Supplies [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

BRITISH FARMERS' THREAT To Withhold Supplies LONDON. Friday: Fanners arc suggesting that they should withhold all their supplies from markets. The action is the result of the refusal of the Minister for Agriculture. Mr Williams, to meet- the National Fann ers' Union on a revision of farm prices. A number of protest meetings were .held, and farmers in East Anglla are said to be 'seething with discontent.'

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INTERNATIONAL RELIEF Wanted for 1947 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

INTERKATIONAL RELIEF Wanted for 1947 (.'I.-'.'r.VA. Friday: Spi-akc-i.s from r.vi- !.i;i,/]ican cotintiii-:: receiving U N TIM. A. aid — Czechoslovakia. 'o-| land. Cir:i'.-i'. Yugoslavia, and Austria - -urged the plenary meeting of the U.N.R.R.A. Conference that interna tional relief in Europe .should continue in 104'.

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STATE LOTTERY First to West Kogarah [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

STATE LOTTERY First to West Kogarah SYDNEY, Friday: State lottery No 13CD was drawn today. First prize was 'won by No. 23107 'Skip Bomber' syndicate, H. Walker care R. Whiley,' Newsagency. West Kogorah. Second. No. 40C, N. V. Osboin, Main street. Oberon. Third. No. 82499, 'Our Last' syndi cate. E. Shcargcld, G.P O.. Sydney. Fourth. No. 94923, 'New Hut' syndi cate. W. A. Bowden, 105 Laurence Mli'i'i. nicAoim* i«. in PRIZES AT SUM 2130 14037 lGir-5 2U34 25209 25005 28030 70790 74321 82GI10 10 PRIZES AT £?'-' 180 1!) 28002 30383 35508 37341 79978 80770 81075 85000 00547 10 PRIZES AT £10 18270 23207 2GG59 32010 33503 39381 40020 40359 G935B 9202U 10 PRIZES AT £30 innti -JHOTS '107711 4UU3 luiUU .joyio oy« i-- 51918 52580 57052 85308 9G120 j 15 PRIZES AT £20 1 5919' 10409 15774 22514 27815 ! 490G3 56995 G27G9 70325 73630 80407 84682 87329 92829 93910 Lottery No. 1370 will be drawn en Monday.

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AMERICA'S STUDENT KILLER To be Examined by Psychiaritists [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

AMERICA'S STUDENT KILLER To be Examined by Psychiaritists CHICAGO, Friday: Counsel lor' both sides concurred with the Chi:.'t Justice when he directed that tiie University student. William Hciren.-; who confessed to the killing of a child and two women, should be examined by psychiatrists.

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MAHER CUP DRAW [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

MAHER CUP DRAW August 10: Hatden-Murrumburrah. August 17; Gibsonvale. I August 24: Cootamundra. Aug. 31: Gundagai. September 7: West wyalong.

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VICTORY CUP MEETING AT COOTAMUNDRA Club Will Definitely Race [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

VICTORY CUP MEETING AT COOTAMUNDRA Club Will Definitely Race It is announced that the Cootamun dra Turf; club will definitely race on Wednesday, August 28, when the Vic tory Cup meeting will be held. The Murrumbldgee Turf Club . Jias been refused Government authority to hold a race meeting planned', to be held at Wagga on , Wednesday, August 21. . - ; The club secretary, Mr. W. .Whitint;. had already distributed programmes and completed preliminary details for the meeting. Receipt cf official advise declining permission for mid-week racing, led to the cancellation of the meeting by the secretary. The M.T.C. and ail other racing bodies at Wagga have raced during tills year on Wednesdays, which is regarded as the most suitable day. The M.T.C. had received congratula- . tions on the revival of the custom of attaching a gold cup to the annr.al cup race. Mr. Wallace B. Sawyer, of Eringo arrah station, Is presenting a 100 guinea gold cup for the cup race -in May, 1947. '

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TENNIS TENNIS FINAL TO BE PLAYED TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

TENNIS TENNIS FINAL TO BE PLAYED TOMORROW Tomorrow Muttama will meet Coup try Club in the final of the Coota mundra and District tennis competi tion 011 the Railway Courts. Both teams are in excellent form, and the match should provide some thrills. Mrs. Mc. Cormack and Mrs. Rtcnaras, ior uo iu try Club, have a slightly better per formance than Mesdames Willis and Dawn for Muttama, and so may win their- match. In the men's doubles, however, anything .might happen. The Muttama men are all capable of ris ii:-3 to great heights, and it is Just possible they may : beat that outstand ing player. R. Richards, and his. part ner, W. Murty; ? In 'the mixed ,double.'i it seems .almost certain that Richards and Mi's. McCormrtck dnd ? Pimifeit and Mrs. Richards will win their sets for Country Club. . but_ the remaining two sets will be 'fought out' to' a hard fin [ Lsh. Country Club say the final score I will be' 5 sets to 4 sets in their favor. | Muttariia just says 'No.' May the bet ter team ...

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