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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946
CRUMBS Cootamundra had 4 points of rain lip to 9 a.m. today. The official opening ceremony of the n,e\v Jindalee Shire Chambers will take place on Monday. October 14. I I Ennelo Studios invite you to be one of their satisfied patrons. For all electrical repairs, consult Mr. Alec Cheshire, Phone 20, Valle Orchards advertise apples. The portion of the Hume Hijhway near Tnrcutta, which litis been closed lo traffic since last Wednesday week, will be ready for use today. See u.e display of new radios at Mr. I Cliff Suitt's. Phone 525. I Columbia Studios invite you to call and see them for any job in photo- ' graphy. I Five weeks ago the water level in ' Burrinjuck Dam was little more than ! 25 per cent, of the holding capacity. Now the volume of water represents I 571.60G-acre feet, or 74 per cent, of holding capacity. It is anticipated that llie Shire Coun cil stati win be in occupation of then new premises in Cooper street in about a week's lime. Owing to the fact that several of the s...
CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) Community Settlement [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946
CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) Community Settlement Sir; During a recent visit to Sydney, I had the opportunity of going through the Beverly Hills community settle ment. Tiie military huts have been converted each into two flats, compris ing three large and one small room. Over CO families are accommodated. Sanitary, laundry and hot water ser vices are conveniently placed and ample. This settlement is situated on a hill a few minutes from the railway station, and alongside a bus stop; there is plenty of ground for the children, oi which Uiero are many, to play in snfetv. Rental is- 15/ per week, including fuel, electric light, etc. The Housing Commission has made a good job of this temporary accommodation. i Mr. Claude Longton, who is the care- ' taker, is very particular about clean liness. and ads as arbitrator when oc casions arise. — Yours, etc., I PHIL. SHANNON, j A well-known member of a respected Urungle family, Miss Jean McKenzie, died in the Tumut District Hospital after a...
CARDS FOR COMMERCE QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946
CARDS I-Olt (*OMMEK('E (Jl l l'V A flfliyht.'t'l and financially Mir; - cess card party for Commerce q-im:i Eileen O'Neill, was given on Su::d r. night by Mrs. R. Coleman, at licr luma I in l.ower Ktitlon street. Mrs. Colfii::- :s ] is an .lull-ill supporter of the Cna:- 1 merce Queen, and is to be coniplinn ::'- | ed on lier most enjoyable ijarly. ,
CR. McHUGH'S SUGGESTION RE PATTERSON'S COURSE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946
CB. MciltHiirs SfGGESTION KK IWITEKSON'S curse Councillor McHugh was not. in at tendance ;it ciwidagai's Shire meeling. but he sent a lor.: a .-ingestion re Pat terson's curse control ai i i'f rmmcilicr Chandler had re ported to the meetin- that the weeds I conlerviM'. in which many Shires had ! lakin pan. liaci deeded to declare Pattcison's Cursi- noxious, the Shire Clerk ? Mr IU'.uioit- said Councillor Mcltuglj had sitfigc.-tod that the Shires rci;ceriied should pay for the eradica tion. Hi;, sihcmc was that a County Council be '.oniud at Omidaijai 'Miui lar to the County Council controllin:; St. John's Wo:t -. and that the Shires who had made tile derision te Patter son's Curse fhnuU make an siimva]. contribiitii.il toward.-' the orachcatio:: ' I j the weed. | No decision was made bv ro:mi-:!l'.:'.». the suygestion being deterred r.util :hc| next meeting. i
CHILD BREAKS COLLARBONE IN SIMPLE ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946
child 1'.:;::aks collarbone in SIMPLE ACCIDENT A threc-vear-old Junee child. Gra ham Raseworn, suffered very .severe Injuries over the week-end through an exceedingly simple accident. I He is the son of Mr; and Mrs. Rose ! worn, of 'Hiilcrest.' j It appears as though Graham was 1 riding 'dinky' on the back of his bro i th.er's small tricycle when he fell off. Ambulance oBicers were called and he was taken lo hospital. Graham is suffering from a fractured collarbone and shock.
JUNEE BURGLARY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946
Jl/NEE UURfiLARV Burglars Look the terrific risk of bashing in the front don,- of t|]e 'Shrine of Fashion' in jja|„ strc(,,_ Junee, during the early hours of the morning. | The proprietor. Mr. jj. Nesnv. had left only coppers and small change in, the till, which the intruders ransacked. ' Although it is diilieuii a' I conip.etely thorough vht-.-k. it (|ot,s' „0't ! appear as though tit- burglars look anything besides the contents of the till. Police are Investigating the burg lary, and have not lost sight of the fact lhat there Is a distinct similarity between tills venture and the burglary of Mr. H. K. Pace's premises some weeks ago.
NOW WEARING MR. HOLMAN'S WIG! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946
NOW WEARING MR. IIOLMAN'S WIG! On tl:e occasion of his election as President of the Legislative Council of N.S.W.. the Hon. Ernest Henry Farrar. during his response to the many con gratulatory speeches, said; 'I am at this moment privileged to wear the wig which the late W. A. Hoi'man wore as Altoriiey-Gencrai and King's Coun sel.' Tiie following letter was sent to the PicMdent by Mrs. Ada Holinan, of 123 Ocean street. Edgeclilf; 'Dear Mr. Farrar; I am delighted to lemn of the great distinction you have achieved in being elected Presi dent of tiie Legislative Council. No mail is more worthy cf the position. I'or lears I have iolloued your car eer. noting that every political action of yours has been for the good of the community. My late husband, with whom you were .so lon-^ associated, con stantly impressed on me your loyalty as a colleague, your rectitude, your courage in every cmergcncy. Indeed. I think it is Parliament and the cottn iry which should bo feciiitatcd on your LieeuM...
GOLF NOTES (By "Rebuilt.") [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946
GOLF NOTES (By 'Rebuilt.') On Sunday Coolac is to pay a return visit, and the draw is as follows: IS. Ritchie v R. Rowe. J. Dunn v E. Williams C. Johns v O. Collins O. Hitchins v G. Leahy. G. Armour v D. Stratton. C. Sullivan v C. Colmcr. M. Oliver v T. Armstrong. W. West v E. Dundas. A. Pany v R. Williams. R. Attwood v P. Mendham. H. Harpley v D. Willis. W. Dunn v S. Dunkley. B. Vincent v J. Callender. C. Vincent v J. Moran. H. Font v J. Caster. Cootamundra players are reminded that the visitors, will be entertained at afternoon tea, and are requested ti bring a basket. A par competition will be held for visitors and members. Players not able, to attend should notify the secretary, Mr..O. y. Collins.
SPORTING SPECIAL RACE TRAIN TO COOTAMUNDRA Victory Cup on Aug. 28 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946
[?] SPECIAL RACE TRAIN TO COOTAMUNDRA Victory Cup on Aug. 28 Tlie sccrelnry of the cootamundra Turf Club (Mr. Ted Williams) has completed arrangements for a special motor train to run from Wagga to Cootamundra next Wednesday week. August 28. for the occasion of the Victory Cup race meeting. The train will leave Wagga at 9.50 a.m.. stopping at Junee (10.44), Bethungra (11.24). and arriving at Cootamundra at 12.2 p.m. j On the return journey tlie train will leave cootamundra at 0.30 p.m.-! arriving Bethungra 7 p.m.. Junee ? 7.34. and Wagga 8.20 p.m. Although nominations for races do not close until Monday night next. Mr. Williams stated that the entries already received were most encourag ' ing. and augured well for a record list. 1 Thanks to the recent rain and ener getic work on the part of the club officials, tlie training tracks and course proper arc in perfect condition.
YOUNG [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946
YOUNG I At St. Paul's. Helen Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. c. M. Wes tern, of Young, was joined in holy matrimony with Alex Ashley date of Hay), only son .of Mr. and Mrs. J.1 Ashk-.v. Randwick, and late of Hay. I It is understood that the criterion Hotel, in the hands of the O'Rourke! and Short' families for well over half a century; will soon have a new owner. Negotiations for. sale of the hotel to MtV W. Batliy, of ' Goulburn. are re-j ported to be well ' advanced. ' : At the invitation of Miss Tonkin, headmistress' of the Kindergarten ' about 50 ' members ' of the Mothers' Club attended at the Public School to see tile young pupils at work and play.' The planting of William street with trees; ur.der the plan outlined by the tree planting sub-committee, was commenced. Mr. Norman Mason, who Is a member of the committee, planted' the first of 180 ornamental pine trees going into tlie scheme. Mr. Mason grew the trees from seed. | A meeting will be called shortly to a: range, ...
TEMORA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946
TEMOIiA Mrs. -W. Diller. of Ungarie, was brought by aerial ambulance to the District Hospital. She took ill in Syd ney. and her daughter was unable to get her admitted to hospital there. The marriage was celebrated at St. Vincent's, Ashfield. of Mary Bcrnn dine (Molly) O'Brien, of Bond!, form erly of Temora. to James Carl Mul liali. of North Bondi. I Former Temora boy. Mr. W. Ken ney. has been appointed assistant general manager in Australasia of the Union Bank, and is acting genet al manager. A brother of Mrs. S. W. Clark, he sDent his boyhood in Te mora, attached to the local branch of the bank. The death occurred of one of Te inora's oldest and best known resi dents, Mr. Abe Brown, in the Distri'j: Hospital. He was 76. and leaves :i widow, four sons, and one daughter. Temora and Wyalong friends ai-'' sorry to learn of the serious illness «f Mr. John Duffy, in the District Hos pital. Sister Mary Duffy is relieving on the staff of the hospital. As the result of an acldent at li^r h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946
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JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946
JUNEE Matron Paul had to seek temporary leave of absence from the District Hospital owing to, ill-health caused by the considerable amount of excessive work borne by the nursing staff. 'Mr. William Winter, of Resent street, is' in the District Hospital. ' Miss E.- Hili', of Prince street, is in the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Syd ney, undergoing treatment for her eye. Due back at tlie railway tills wer-l: after vacation, are Messrs. F. Smith. W. Follett, F. Robinson, L. Hancock and R. .Chisholm. When the Board of Directors of tlie District Hospital met, they were again confronted .with the acute staff sliort a'ge. Eventually they decided to con fer with the acting-matron and the honorary medical officers with the view to . deciding the best means possible of overcoming the situation. Harold White, 14ryear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold White, of Harrold street, was admitted to' hospital. An other inmate is 18-months-old Robert de Henin, 'of Marrar. Kenneth Masters, ' of Junction s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946
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LA GUARDIA ANNOYED Over Allegations [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946
LA GUARDIA | ANNOYED Over Allegations GENEVA. Wednesday: The nirac tsr-Genernl of U.M.R.R.A.. La Ciiun dia. called on 'a high-placed military' person' to icsign or .submit evidence, cn the allegations he was reported tn' liave made that U.N.R.R.A. had be?n! i-.n umbrella for Russian criminal el:-| ments engaged In wholesale dupe peddling and smuggling, .says Rou ters'. La Guurdi;! named the person ac-j cused when he tvi\d :i ytatemsnt from' an artl-.le in the Nt v. Vtirk Heraid-j Tribune. ; ? I
OUR NEIGHBORS MURRUMBURRAH-HARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946
OUR NEIGHBORS' ?MURRUMBUKRAH-HARDEN I With youth at the helm, the sub-' commiltcc formed at last meeting of the local R.S.L. dcclded to try their hand organising a race meeting In or r der to raise funds for their proposed club. Four lnds were interviewed - by the council III CUIllietUU' -Yll.ll utc JJIU1UUI1 of electricity apprentice. 'R. Prosser was selected. ? , | For several months the municipality has had only lights . .in. the main thoroughfares because of the col lapse of one of tlie transformers. On Monday a new transformer-was placed in position, and both towns now enjoy the light in every street. i After five of 40 applicants for the position of shire clerk to the Nattai Shire Council had been interviewed, Mr. James Morgan, of Demondrllle Shire. Murrumburrah. Was appointed. He will take up duties on September 2. At the annual meeting of the local band, the election of officers resulted: Patroness. Mrs. L. McLean; president, Mr siri Smith' virp-nrcs idrnts Mpssrs N. Flnr.'i...
BRITAIN CHARGED With Declaring War On World Jewry [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946
BRITAIN CHARGED With Declaring War On World Jewry . Wi (ir.e: ii.iy ; Chi'1'1; i.'(; Uj j:.i n v. 1 1 ; 1 (leel.irin^ wir ' au.i:ii.-l : .j J'v.'ty 1 hrouHlmut l.e w '1 i'i Il'r e.M i radin. 'Tile Vni-e rit 1 ; lie wli.'le Jewish c»m ::ni: r. . !u i.-ni tlie new policy 'i ? tio verm '.i''.~ aminunce ? 11 ;ii,.t ii:en,.l immi;-.ra:»:.4 will 1;? -? ; ? m -Cyprus has 'lirn-d up tiie ? .. . Mumumty, and canst d 1111:11 ..1 . ..i-iiiiinsu-alion.s. ti.ree Jews have lost tli?ir ii\ ? : ? a r'sult of clashes '.villi police. \\ '.lie British military autliori t'.e- su- ta'.uug eiabora'.' pveeavttioiis ::- .1 .-mbai the e:-]jpcted wave of un rest and terror, the American Ac'i.tg , s; i-: e;;uy for State. Mr. Dea.i Acheson. ;- ki ;i Press eenference in Washington that the Palestine si: nation was so :klicate that lie could not discuss it. 'It is an explosive situation, needinp wisdom, restraint, and care,' he said T!k- town of Haifa was ?'.simmering' -yes: e: day afliir the departure of the '....