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CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) Let Us Enjoy Music Together [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
CORRESPONDENCE i To the Editor.) Let Us Enjuy Music Together Sir: In view of the wide breadth of its scope, the formation here of The People's Educational Association should be welcomed warmly, especially by these who feel' a particular need for more of the good things being spon sored by this movement. In this respect, and in connection with the musical side of the society's activities, perhaps it is not altogether out of place to suggest that, as a cur tain-raiser, a Sunday afternoon free concert could be given in the Town Hall, at which instrumental and vocal solos, as well as a duet, a. quartette or two. and, say, a couple of items by the Clionil Society, were rendered. With the coming of spring, the prospect of unfavorable weather ought to be a les sening risk; and the Invitation to be present should be availed of heartily.— Yours, etc., MUSIC LOVER.
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
CRUMBS Street stall tomorrow in nid of the Sports Queen. Miss 'Tim' Smith. No steam trams run in Adelaide yes terday. A sharp earthquake was felt at Gonl burn and Gunning yesterday afternoon. Civil' servants have called for large increases in Public Service pav. Over 3000 families arc housid in ex military huts throughout Australia. Albury Show Society instituted n sheep show and fair as their ilrst post war project. Fivr leople were killed and at least 10 inj. od in accidents reported at the wei'k-eii.!. One detective was shot dead in Syd ney yesterday, and another injured. when two men were being arrested. When fire broke out at the Norman hurst private hospital. Ashflelcl. last nteht. patient', were carried into the street to safety. Drastic action is threatened by loco motive enginwnon in an attempt to force the Government to allot more coal to the Railways Department. A new industrial crisis involving thousands of men in shipbuilding in dustries in Sydney may arise from the clo...
DETECTIVE HUMPHRIS PROMOTED Bank Bandit Arrest Commended for Bravery [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
DETECTIVE HUMPHRIS PROMOTED Bank Bandit Arrest Commended for ? I Bravery Delcc'.ivc a. v. Humphris, forme ly or Coolatmmdra, and now of GrifHUi, has receive:] notification of hLs promo tion to the rank of Detective-Sergeant as from Oolobcr 2fi, 1945. This is die data on which he ef fected the arrest of H. Ross, armed bank bandit, in Sydney, whilst he was on annual laavc and unarmed. The bank bandit was later sen-' tenced to 10 years' imprisonment, with hard labor, on each of two charges. Duleclive-Senseant Humphrls was specially commended by the Police Department for outstanding bravery and resourcefulness In ihe arrest of this man. j This promotion makes Detective Scrgeanl Humphris one of the' yomic e.st members of the force In N.S.W.' holding that rank. I He had been stationed In Griffith for two years. !
DEVELOPMENT IN NORTHERN TERRITORY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
DEVELOPMENT' IN NORTHERN TERRITORY Sir Harold Clapp's recommendations on a railway through the Barl:ley Tableland are gratifying, as success ful development of the Northern Ter ritory depends on its existence, says the former Administrator of the Tjr rltory. Mr. Abbott, in his report lor 1944-45. I It appeal's that most of the rich pas- ' '.oral lands of Australia run in a north-westerly direction if New South Wales is taken as a starting point, he adds. The standard gauge railways | recommended by Sir Harold Clapp urej alt following this direction, and are tapping the richest pastoral lands of Queensland and the Northern Ter ritory. This must result in increased production and settlement. Mr. Abbott says he cannot subscribe to some of the glowing estimates on tile immediate1 future population of Darwin, which, like Canberra, has lit— lie chance of establishment of second ary industries. The Government in ter-dt'partmental committee has done a considerable amount of planning, and it...
AUSTRALIANS IN JAPAN NOT UNCOMFORTABLE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
AI'S'I KALIANS IN JAPAN NOT INCOMIOUTAULE The C'liveinor ol New South'. Wales I.i'iii.-Ci.'.'.i'ral Norlhcolt. gave an n.s ? -i:. ?..?»?.? that innnbt-rs of the British O'.-uii'^sii-n Force in Japan were not tuiiifiiciotiAly uncomfortable.' i r .?i!t:«ring harcHiips us severe us those u..v, I'^yiiiv iuuiiib ^*11- win. I. rit -General Northcott. who ?:fim- l x.uiilcd the force until Iils return t- .i.i uaha a few weeks ago. was ad i!.. .'ing a Legacy Club luncheon. ' Hi? said lie wished to clear up any | niMOnceptioas that the force was a purely Australian one. It comprised famous regiments from the British Isies. India, New Zealand, and Australia, as well as air force and naval components. Speaking of reports that the British Force had to look to the Americans for assistance, he said the Americans were the controlling authority. 'They allot us such lacilitics and tasks as they think fit. 'There is no greater friend of Aus tralia than. General MacArthur. From the time I went there to...
LEFT £8000 IN NOTES BEHIND HER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
f.FP-r rminn IN' NOTES BEIIlSn HER When police warclud the niom of Miss Mngsye Lindsay Ogilvi«' Red-] path, aged' 73. ct Wflllnuion, Nett^ Zealand, after her suddi'ti 'loath in th: People's Palace Hostel, they ffti:«l E8000 in ancient notes, soveieigns. ami r.cgotiablr securities. j ML«.s Rtvipath was loinui dead i» the room which slu- occupied for 37 year*, being the fh-: permaneitt boarder at the hostel. i No will was found, but doi-mnents .?:h»wwi she also had I'lOUU in ?!-' Savings Bank, and o«ttc-i fity ho.i.se proiK-rty. | MLss Rwiiwth. who is known to li:u-- one bro'.lifr working on :' -hrep .itu tioti in the Wellingtnii di.-trict. came ;o Ntw Zealand from Canada nil -c:uf ago. She rc;i«-l in 103!) from the flity firm where she wa.s .--inploycd .vs a typine :nr r.isirly li.tlf .1 ri-nf.lr.v, hutj resiiiwri her old J^S; iiBa.u tor the dilution d !h'-' war and irtired ;-sr- maiieu:ly th:ee inon:li.- auo.
LONDON FACES PARTIAL BLACKOUT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
LONDON FACES PARTIAL BLACKOUT LONDON. Monday: Limltm I.v a partial blackout, .shortage of br.,.d ! and a cut in industrial output as ;!:?? result of the -strike of 2000 inainti'ii- ! ance men at a gnnli^lit and co\:c com pany, which is in i'.s fifth day. The gas supply to 5,000.000 .suppX'iv has already busn cut onr-th:nl. I)-, plctcd gas moans that loss bread \,-,\\ be bal:cd. and a blackout, in M!jU hi.:. of streets. . '
PALESTINE Tension Mounting Hourly [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
PALESTINE Tension Mounting Hourly JERUSALEM. Monday: Palestine Broadcasting Service icct'iv«| a u'le pnone warmni; that it radio .statir.n buildiiv; had been minvd. 'file staff was ordered lo U-ave im m:ciialel,v. Hr.wpvcr. afU-r a -raiih n[ liir; buildings the authorities dMderi t ?-;? t the warning v,-as ;i li-mv, ;llui the ,;tafi returned after f.)r:y minutes. RAP. planes- yi-s!i-r.i:iy .?.iylitwl rv.-i .sl'.ip-: wlii.li are Li 1:.-.. ^| ti, )„. ct.tv-: in;j illeg-al imtni^i.ui1.-; to liaila. J Uestrcyci;; v.th; .?„:? ;„ jnu.,,...,, them. I I i At^lli'.v r:)iT':-:i'in.i -I;-- ii-jn-e ;j,:,t ' icn-ini: i, Mi:.'i:, ?;... in,.iriy ihroiiRlKuU1 Palf.'.li:i.- | .'!:? a;:f; .: ?? ,?! j.nia.,| -|(,v.-|i i:iej liu.'it -::;?' :i,ii.):y Mi-a:isitre.s llui;; :;u j imp ?--:»-.! .-I-;/; ;, turfrw js expot-i'd li ''.!?. \'.'..ru:r: is .-|ir-.;idi:!i; that im ini'jr.i!,;... ::..i,, tile ^hi'n alrrady tied ii. i ?? t.'.n.i «nl be ;;h;|i|]|.(! to Cyprus 'ill' u:: i..:i4iiii::;(l on'iiiii.sntion I...
WAR GAVE GREAT BOOST TO WINE INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
WAir (JAVU (iUKAT I5OOSI' TO WINK I.VDIJSTItV A m.'ssa(je from Adelaide says that iuiuiiiil eonsumution of wine in Aus tralia had risen from 4.000,000 lo 7(l(i!;.rmo gallons -lurin» (he war, the '-?hairmnn of the Australian wins uuani i mi-, u. n. sullen tolu the Tariff Uar.rd. I The board is iiu|tilriug into the cjtiestion of a cominui'd bounty on fortirieii wine e-:|Kirt(;ci alter February 28 next. Mr. Salter said that, whll? it was hep. (I t!i.. Australian public had he come more 'wine-minded.' it was im probable that a home consumption of moiv than 0.000,000 gallons could 1-i; counted on. By the time wine of the- 1940 vin tage hn-| matured and been f.xpor.utl. a bi(! drop in prices, due to competi tion from British. European.- south African, mul powlbly, American witi-'K. way cxpeclod, he tald.
GREECE Return of King George? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
GREECE Return of King George ? ATHENS. M.-ndiiy: Former Pwiui,-v Suphoiihs. v. ho is leader of the \w j publican Lib, r;il Parly, appealed m I Premii'i- T..ik!.n« to pos'|-one i--.. jplebkcih- i,, return King Geoi^e tr. when n:cih i!;iim.s nre being jii.l(;. :\\ at the Pair- Conference. I He lami'.d thai a campaign »(.«? j would Man u national eonlla-nuion He ur»--d for ;, national truce.
BUTCHER FINED £200 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
RUTCIIER FINED £2(10 A Gosford butcher, Wallace Hoy Bruce, was fined a total of T.JOO in the Special Pederal Court last week wli-n he was charged with having tailed to produce necessary m?nl cou pas. aiui with failing to weigh .xnd stamp carcases. Mr. Holand Green told Mr. Bi'oin head. S.M.. that between July 21, 1945. iitid April 20. 104C, Bmrc\ accountant l:;!ci submitted 40 weekly returns. T.Kie had been an arrangement bs I ?.'.-'.? ; :) tin; accountant. Mr. West, ra tion ijliciali. and Bruce. whereby cup ins wire to be sent in :-aeh week. On many occasions. Mr. Green al le'j: d. coujnas liad not he:-n delivered. II; was infurmed that i'ik- overall ''hi.rUmi: of meat coupons from July last In May of this year totalled 336.141. Cct.'pcu.s had been recciv-'d from Bruee ticm September last until March of this year. when 212.7I1U wire submitti-d. Bruce had three retail .simps at G:i.--f Mt! :u\l Torrigal. Bruve pleadtd not guilty. lie .saldi hU buKinv.'-.s hail nnee.ssiliiU'd Ids .!/...
RACE RIOTS In Alabama [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
RACE RIOTS' In Alabama ATHENS 'Alabama i, Monday: N'.iu persons, eight of whom are in tli.-n ! 'ti'i'ii nge.s. arc in gaol, charged witlil iinluwful assembly, as a re.sull of rate rioting on Saturday which !o!l(m--.-i the arrest of two white ex-soldii-rs alter a light with a negro. County Judge Rosenau said that tlv youngest accused, who Ls aged 12 carried a club, and knocked down lr.'Kioe.s. He rewalcd that a crowd of 2000 forced the Mayor to release the two whites from the gaol, and tin1!!, incitfd by hoodlums, began to oIlmt tlie streets of ii(V,roe«.
R.S.L. Storm Over Communism [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
R.S.L Storm Over Communism SYDNEY. Munday: A storm within the R.S.L. over coininunLsni is expect ed at the annual State Congress, which opens on August 21. Congress will deal with proposals from two sub-branches that no Com munist shall U; eligible for office if. the R.S.L. A ruling of this kind was rcce!U;- given at the Victorian State Con gress . of. .tile .-R-SIj. . . . ? ? - It led to a demand by the Eastern Melropalilan Council of the R.S.L. ii N.S.W. for an inquiry into the Vic torian ruling. The N.S.W. League president (Mr Ken Bolton) last iiiglil said he hud m objection to expression of views by ; member of the Eastern Me.tropolH.ai Council, which lias already dfbaiec the ir^siie. Out; of the councillors. Mr. Arthiii Berseest. yesterday said: 'This coui! eil -!:lcidccl. before the Victorian Con gress, that it would oppose polliira' diserimination against any section o. R.S.L. membership.'
PARIS CONFERENCE Mr. Byrnes to Take Over Chairmanship [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
PARIS CONFERENCE Mr. Byrnes to Take Over Chairmanship i PARIS. Monday: The Amciiciui Secretary for State, Mr. Dyrno:.. will take over the chairmanship :-r th:' Paris Conference as tin- historic p.irlej moves from the wilderness ol pn. cedurel debate to ths bii.siuc.-.s tor which it was called— the [.?onMiiora- tlon of the draft trcaticj.. The first step in the ou! ?: of busi ness today is a wordy debute nv?r t''in invitation to Albania. Eb:.'!»i. Mc::iiu Iran, and Cuba to tin- v'unf.s.v.ce.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
: Cljents whose wool was appraised by the Country i. Producers' Selling Co. Ltd. have received the usual ; 40% refund of commissions charged during the last financial vpt. Thii is further evidence, of tho generous policy of this progressive company which, ? iince its inception 36 years ago, has shared its profits with the man on the land. '''-» CONSIGN TO THE ,H^?|jjh- G. O. PARNHAM .... MANAGER * %f ' ' ' - \r\ Maize makes all tho ?/u'v'V t| $ niWffi difference to quality in ' /?,'c1tsSV'»,, 0//h / rm'&M' Cornflour. Insist on ' Ll% I\'^'''.' / »/&$# Wade's Cornflour. Its L' %f jj'*'^' / ftl'^im genuine make quality /'-%*» \,ty. / -#$#%' and triple-refined, tex- P -fo('-- ' / fc^Usjfv ture adds extra smooth- NQ^^-1' *fOj / £'j&($S ness, cre'aminess, and *' '^^sl^f / U*v$5#- wholesomoness to all -i / fpyfir * your Cornflour dishes. \./ 'I*-* III A ft C 'C* 7'«/P/Lf - REFINED WADE b CORNFLOUR A PRODUCT OF CLIFFORD LOVE & CO. LTD. SYDNEY. f Ot to Best -u...
RYAN AND MRS WINDRED WIN FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946
RYAN AND MRS WINDRED WIN FINAL The final of the Tennis Tourna ment conducted by the Town Cl.i3 was played yesterday afternoon, be fore a big crowd of spectators, ny.-m and Mrs. Windred lost the first two, games to their opponents. Ivan llcii'M and Mrs. Sloan, nnd it looked as| though their handicap of owe 151 was too great. But Mrs. Windred sKt!'(i down to her game, and played a tre mendous number of shots deep to '.ho back line. This gave Kelly Ryan, wim is a remarkably consistent player, he opportunity to make winners, which although not spectncular. were noir thi. loss effective. I. Heath and Mrs. Sloanc were not showing the lonn they displayed on the previous Sun day, and after the fifth game the issfle seemed beyond doubt. Tho final son'' was 0-4 In favor ol Ryan and Mrs. Windred. Meaghcr's staff team had a very en joyable day. coupled with a win. at. Multama yesterday.