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SPORTING TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
[?] TENNIS Competition matches still ? to be played are: i July 13: Wirraways v Spitfires! Presbyterians v Town No. 1, Muttama v country Club No. 2, Country Club No. 1 v Catholic Club, Town No. 2 v Hurricanes. July 20: Town No. l v Wirraways, Spitfires v Muttama. Presbyterians v Country club No. 1, country Club No. 2 v Town No. 2. Catholic Club v Rail way No. 2. July 27: Town No. 2 v Wirraways, Hurricanrs v Country Club No. 1, Catholic Club v Muttama. Presby terians v Spitfires, Country club No. 2 v Town No. 1.
NOW IN ENGLAND Captain Meg Byrnes Of Young Her Interesting Career [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
NOW IN ENGLAND Captain Meg Byrnes Of Young Her Interesting Career Captain Meg. Byrne, daughter oil Mr. and Mrs. C. Byrne, of 'Kambar,' Temora road, Young, is now in Eng land. attached to the British Army Nursing Service. She trained al Syd-I ne.v Hospital, and. with four other I nurses, sailed for England about mid 1939 to take up private nursing. When war broke out she joined the British Army Nursing Service, and later was sent to the Mediterranean theatre of war. While engaged in her duties at a hospital in North Africa it was bomb ed. and a bomb splinter entered her leg. She became a patient in a hos pital in Cairo liir nine months with her leg encased in plaster . Invalided to Australia, she spent another nine months with her leg in plaster tn 113th A.O.H.. concord. After con valescence. Li. M'-'a Byrne returned to duty at the showground for four months. This wa.- more in the nature of a test cf l''i' l''^- slle returned to the Middle East to hospital duty on promotion to lap'fi...
PROFESSIONAL TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
PROFESSIONAL TENNIS PHILADELPHIA, Tuesday: Don ald Budge won the Middle states pro fessional tennis championship when he defeated Wclby van Horn, 6-1, 0-2 C-2. At River Forest (Illinois) Parker, playing a merciless baseline game and exploiting his powerful backhand, de feated Talbert, 6-4, 6-4. G-2, ill the final of the national clay courts tourn ment.
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Wednesday. July Hi. Christ Church1 7.30 a.m.. Holy Communion: 7.30 p.m.. I Parish Council Meeting. j Thursday, July 11. 8 pin.. Card; Party in aid of Tennis Ciub. i Friday, July 12. 7.15 p.m., Choir Practice. I Sunday. July 14. 4th Sunday aftei I Trinity. Christ Church 8 a.m., Sung' Eucharist; 7.30 p.m.. Evensong. Wul lendbeen. 11 a.m.. Communion; Stock inl.*ingal. 3 p.m.. Evensong. Rev. A. W. Harris. Rector. PRESBYTERIAN Friday, choir Practice. 8 Sunday. Scots Church 11. Mr. C. J. Raff; 7.30. Rjv. H. Perkins; Brawluil 11. Belhungra 3. Rev Harold Perkins. METHODIST Wednesday. lOtii July: Young Peoples' Guild social, at 7.30. Thursday, lltli July: Circuit Quar terly meeting in the Cootamundra | Church, at 8. , Friday, 12th Ju'v; choir Practice, at 7.30. Sunday. 14th July. Cootamundra church anniversary: Visiting preacher the Rev. E. W. Hyde, chairman of the Synod. 11 a.m. subject: 'What is the Church?'; 7.30 p.m. subject: 'The Odds go to the Christian...
OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
OVERSEAS NEWS Overseas news in ?this newspaper isj supplied by Australian Associated j Press.1 Sources include in England The | Times. Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail.| Daily Herald, Daily Express, Manchest- 1 er Guardian, Renter's World Service. Associated Press of Great Britain. and Exchange Telegraph Agency; and in America, the . New York Times. Herald-Tribune, Associated Press, and the North American Newspaper Alli ance. Matter from the London' Times does not express that news paper's view unless so staled. I
WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
MAT'S W (As Advertised in This Issue.) Thursday, July 11: Card party in Pa Farish Hall, in aid of Christ Church, at 8. , Sat., July 13: Football Frolic on Fisher Park. Sat.. July 20: Benefit social and Euchre party in aid of Mr. R. Bar ret. In Town Hall. at. 8. Thurs„ July 25: Dance' in the Town Hall for the Commerce Queen (Miss O'Neill. Auctions Thurs.. July 11: Cootamundra Pig Market, at 10.30. Sat.. July 13: Furniture sale in Mr. C-. B. Black's auction rooms, at 2.
LIBERAL PARTY COUNCIL ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
LIBERAL PARTY COUNCIL ELECTION SYDNEY, Tuesilay: The following I seven members of the Parliamentary j Liberal Party were elected yesterday to the State Council of the ijan.y:l Messrs. H. J. P. Bate. G. W. Brain, G.i C. Gollan. E. Hearnshaw, w. A. How nrth, E. G. Jackett, and H. B. Turn-| or. j They are in addition to the leader! ot the Opposition. Mr. Vernon Treatt.
TOWN COUNCIL Fire Commissioners Reject Classification [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
[?] Fire Commissioners Reject Classification Aid. T. Nicholson (Deputy May... S. Moorhouse, F. Diction. B. War;1 Hutton; G. Brudcrlin. and L. attended the ordinary l^iu.. meeting last night. Apolo-iy from Aid. J. Loona.-d The Mayor and the town cl rl: absent in Sydney o.i lhe is. -a deputation. Condolence ? A motion of condolence to n ja i Ives, or the late Mrs. t, Armour was CAri if;| in silsner, J ('enKi'atuiatimis j The council decided to congratulate | Mnulton on his success !''? .'.e. Amateur Hour cor ducted over' ! -;v': : a: Wagga. j t'Micviiandcnce | Wilson complained of fnliing ' V'-. '.oiuo loose wire cn the eornoi of U'.'.veiiinbla and Cocpsr stre:-is. | R-.terrod 'to the health inspector, j 'Hie Minister for Post Var Recoil-' struction (Mr. Dcdninin. on the .^ub of rehabilitation of cx-Serviceiiien and women, asked for co-operation in helping men and women back into' their jobs. i The Cooiannmdrft Citizens' Band | advised of the oiflcials who had oeen j appointed. j The ...
DANGEROUS ESCAPADE By Goulburn Boys [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
DANGEROUS ESCAPADE By Goulburn Boys Two lG-yenr-old Goulburn boys will left their homes, went to Kingsdale wiiere they stole £30 worth of goods including 100 detonators and 24 plug. of gelignite, with which ilioy uprootet numerous stumps of trees. The police later discovered the lad: had camped in the bush country around Kingsdale for seven nights and apparently were none the worst for their experience. One lad had a .32 calibre automatic pistol when found by the police on Sunday. The pistol had two live car tridges in the magazine. It appears that the boys, one o; whom left his employment, were mis sed from their homes on Sunday week, but police were not informeo of the fact until Friday last, when limy were advised of a robbery from a lime kiln depot at Kingsdale. Police investigations proved that r, considerable quantity of goods, in cluding foodstuffs, had been stolen from several places at Kingsdale. An extensive search resulted in the two boys being*'f6und''bn Sunday' af terno...
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 7.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald A^ackay, C.B.E.) | iNo. 7.) | At 5 we reached tiie Douglas River, but could only find one smnll pool of water, and that unthinkable. Leaving j the main road, we took a right-hand track which, after passing through a gate, branched. We took the wrong bank or the river at tin old sawmill. Cutting across country, we struck the track just at dark. Aleck -was now very bad and suffered much from thirst. Alter another hour's walk lie lay down. However. I found a few drops of water in one nf my cans. Tills revived him. and we moved on. j About 10 we sighted a light, and were soon sit the shearers' camp. After hav ing a cup ol tea. one escorted lis the short cut ac:o':s the river, and we were scon playing havoc with Mr. Murray's coinmi-iary department. At any rate. 1 u-:» *: I In the morning '11th September' j Aleck was better, thanks to Mr. Mur- j ray's attention. j Our luad nut went past the shearing shed. Here we saw ...
CLAIMS ON VACANT HOUSES Regulations Lifted [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
CLAIMS ON VACANT HOUSES Regulations Lifted CANBERRA. Tuesday: The Min ister for Works and Housing i\ir. Lazzarinii lias announced the rep\il of the National Security (Housing Accommodation) Regulations. The regulations were introduced to enaoie essential war workers to claim vacant houses in Litligow. St. Marv's. and such other places where muni tions work were established In all. about 2600 homes were ob tained under the regulations, includ ing 1500 in N.S.W. Mr. Lazzarini said that the Con troller of Accommodation cMr. Edijar Bartropi was retiring.
ELDERLY WOMAN'S DEATH Police Investigating [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
ELDERLY WOMAN'S DEATH Police Investigating SYDNEY. Tuesday: Pblice are in- j vestigating the death of a 77-year-old i widow. Mrs, B. A. Usher, who was found dead in her fashionable flat a! Point Piper early today by her maid. Part ol the woman's clothing was burned, but it is not yet known what i actually caused her deatii. One Iheorv is that her clothing' caught fire through contact with a radiator, and that she was too weak to beat out the flames.
DEATH PACT ALLEGED Youth Charged With Murder [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
DEATH PACT ALLEGED Youth Charged With I Murder NEWCASTLE, Tuesday: A death pact is alleged by police, following the death last night of May Nedburn, 18, Mayfield. who collapsed in Fletcher Park, Newcastle, after eating choco late which is thought to have contain ed cyanide. The police, who. claim that she and a young man who was with her at the time planned to commit suicide together, have charged John Frederick Byrnes. 20, laborer, of Maryville. with murder. He has been remanded until July 18. The suicide pact was allegedly made three days ago. At the Newcastle Court this morning the police prosecutor, Sgt. Wallace, alleged that, after Byrnes and New man placed cyanide in the chocolate, the girl ate one. but Byrnes allegedly placed his in his mouth, retaining it until the girl was ill, and that he then spat it out.
HUGE ROBBERY Seven Men Charged [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
HUGE ROBBERY Seven Men Charged SYDNEY, Tuesday: When seven' men were charged at Newtown Court] today with breaking, entering, and, stealing dress materials worth '£13,500,1 the property of the Netherlands 'East Indies in Australia, the police prose cutor, Sgt. Brownette. alleged thai nnnrovimntplv T95 nnn invnlvnrl iit the theft. Before the court are James Hamil ton Tippott. 38. clerk: Alexander Joseph O'Brien, 34, storeman; Charles Watts, 40. carrier; Alfred Francis Singieton, 43, motor driver; Frank Les lie Allen. 40. carrier; Septimus Hirchman, 50, mechanic; and Jack Arnold winter, 34, butcher.
GOLF NOTES (By "Rebuilt.") [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
GOLF NOTES (By 'Rebuilt.') Next Sunday we ' play the club championship, commencing at 8.30, over 36 holes. Eight in each division are to qualify. Belcw Is the d raw far partners. Please try and contact your partner, and make sure he is to play. Players whose names do not appear in the draw are invited to play. Anil would you please notify the secretary Mr. O. V. Collins, cf same. 'A' Grade: O. Collins n- d. Strati.on. E. Brook v T. Meale, D. Dcidge v P.! Thomas. C. Colmer v E. H. William.'. R. Rowe v G. Leahy,' N. Bassinc thwaighte v H. Drcycr, G. Ballard v marker. 'B' Grade: C. Murdock v E. Dun das. L. Ticehurst v R. Dibbs, K. Last v E. Finucane. L. Carberrv v E. Main matt, F. Stedman v W. McColl. E. Welssel v L. OTcole, L. Crossman v J. Smart. R. Williams v R. Cohen. A. Dobbie v O. Ballard. ? j 'C' Giade: B. Windrim v M. Mutch. D. Willis v J. Rees. J. M.iran v T. Armstrong. S. W. Windrim v J. Castor. L. C. Smith v J. Callander. Stephen v J. Copp, S. Dunkley v mar-! ker. I
FOSTERING RUGBY The Money Allocated [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
FOSTERING RUGBY The Money Allocated SYDNEY. Tuesday: ' The N.S.W Rugby League has: allocated £30 to Wagga and Goulburn to assist the game iii those areas. To foster Rugby League in Albury and' to assist in' offsetting the in roads made by the Australian Rule.' League, a sum of £40 will be forward ed ' to the 'country League. The money will be used to send a team oi schools boys from Albury to June, for exhibition matches. The league decided that Countr. League centres must meet the ox penses of city teams playing in thus, centres.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946
IN MEMORIAM QORDON.— In prouu and low meiiiM-y ol' Ldiiu:. paid lhv n preme s:ii-rilu-e July 10. 1J! -. Balikp.'.paii. —Inserted by Ins loving v iie .\::r \ QORDON.— In l»vins rm-nu-ry -it our dear bur.lur 1' C. i Eddie i Govtl KijltHi ::: a, lui.^ at Balik|).ip ::i. Hit:! July. KUj. j Will aiw.iy- be ;t in'. nib. red. [ — Inserted by h:s l-.v;«-- -:M«r O'.-m : brotlier-in-la-.v rii-nny. in- e. - K.irb.ir.«.' Jeanette. a!:d Dawn. | pULLER -III I i-.ir.-4 nir.ry -»f -Mil- 1 ton I-i-.incis Ft-iii'-i'. ir.ilcu ::: .v. tion in l'iouiiau'.vilic a July i. i;- «'»- j tjaiily i:ii--td. i — Inserted by !.;» «v.::'.»ir. bvo'.ho;'!. and sisters. j GORDON.— In !:-ving in niorv c( I our dear son and brctlier j NX926D9. Pie. E. C. - Ktliiiei G'.-r- ? don. killed in action, llalikpap.in ! 10th July. 19-':5. i We miss him most. Who loved him b;s:. ] —Inserted by his loving parent*, brother, and sisters.