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STATE LOTTERY First to Kiama [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
STATE LOTTERY First to Kiama SYDNEY. Monday: State lottery No. 1352 was drawn today. First prize was won by No. 19100. Chinaman's Luck' syndicate. Mrs. M. E. Tory. 103 Manning street. Kiaina. Second. No. 86459. 'J.T.' syndicate. J. Thorburn. Melody street. Coogee. Third. No. G805. 'Big Sister' syndi cate. J. Massy, Markets. Steele street, Newcastle. Fourth. No. 8121. 'About Time' syn dicate. Mrs. D. Bailey. 38 Lucas road. Burwood. 10 PHIZES AT £100 14805 18518 29148 3G635 3735G 54090 62284 73551 74064 83075 10 PRIZES AT £50 C9G2 15106 i5573 4G57'l G1G3G G7305 70281 80407 87201 97878 10 PRIZES AT £40 32561 39005 48864 57453 68425 69151 69402 . 83060 98-195 90953 10 PRIZES AT £30 2263 3797 14254 1 14417 18803 ?,-.38490;44G96^S&248: '63920 78678 15 PRIZES AT £20 4520 5706 ' 6208 11231 11597 27715 36921 : 4G550 62243 70932 84463 84489 86387 89361 94518 i Lottery No. 1353 will be drawn to morrow.
JAVA The Premier's Disappearance [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
i JAVA ! The Premier's Disappearance BATAVIA. Monday: Republican i circles believe ! that the Premier | Sjiiiirlr. was abduct:'d by follower* of Tail Malacca, a lorniei- Communist j leader and Dr.' Sriebardjy, a former Foreign Minister, who both had Ih.'en under arrest fot conspiring against tlie Soekarno Givernmunt. Soekornn imnosed martial lav. throughout Indqne.'.ia following '.he Premier's disappearance. An unconfirmed report says tint Sjalirir was kidiapped from tile .J'A'a Bank Hotel at Batavia. which at pre sent is being used as a hostel for im portant visitors, i Sjahrir is reported to have been without his itsual bodyguard at the time. j
"ROAD GRAZIERS" Court Action a Test Case [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
'ROAD GRAZIERS' Court Action a Test Case 'Road graziers' will be interested in the decision in the Junee Court of Petty Sessions on Thursday, when Junee Council successfully prosecut ed Allan O'Kecfe, North Junee dairy man, for depasturing his cows in a. public street. The action was the first qi us in Junee, and was regarded in the na ture of a test case. Council's Health Inspector (Mr. H.j S. Wilson) said that on, May 17 he had O'Keefe under observation for about 15 minutes, during which ? time he ^ grazed his cows in Broadway. ? Mr. Wilson' said tHat O'Keefe con- j tended that hs was driving them to a ? nearby padock, where he had permis sion of the owner to graze his stoak. I The speed at which the cows were travelling and tils fact that O'Keefe j was at the head of the herd, did not; indicate genuine ' travelling .motive*., according to the inspector. I Mr. Hardwicke, P.M., inflicted a penalty of £2. with 8/ costs. , O'Keefe explained to the court ?lrjt i dogs had stampeded his...
SPORTING TURF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
|gfgpl TURF The committee of the Cootamundra Turf Club decided on Friday night to race on August 14. The committee has drawn up an at tractive programme, with £300 prize money, including a Victory Cup, to be run over 7 furloiigs, and carrying prize money of £100. There are six events on the pro gramme. Because of the heavy rain the Co rowa races which were to have been ? held on Saturday were postponed un- ' til next Saturday. Rain lnsurnnce of | £200 was collected. | Tommy Mullane, who rode Foolfox to success at Rosehlll on Saturdny. is apprenticed to the Cootamundra 'old boy,' Harry Darwon. and spent some months here last year recuperating after an illness. It was Tommy's first outright winner. He had previously dead-heated on Gay Talk at New castle. He rode very confidently on Saturday, and it should not be long before he meets with lurtlier success.
FOOTBALL Gundagai Wins BY 10 POINTS TO 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
FOOTBALL Gundagai Wins BY 10 I'OINTS TO C In bitterly cold conditions, which made handling difficult for both sides, Gundagai dctcated Cootamundra by 10 points to ti in tlie Group Nine com petition game on Fisher Parle oil Sunday. I Actually the winning of the toss was ? the main lactor in the game. Gun dagai won it. and. assisted by a strong breeze, rattled up ten points in the ^irst half. Cootamundra had much the better of tlie play in the second half, and scored two tries, and were . unlucky not to score on oilier occasions. Both teams scored two tries, but Gur.dagai's gcal-kiuker notched a lurtlier four paints with two penalty goals. _ j Despite the unfavorable weather, there . was a fair attendance. For Cootamundra Belhand Ball, were the pick of the lorwards. Both scored tries.' The backs as a. rule , .handled badly; due to the cold weather and wet ball, and had little .opportunity: to show lout; , .? : ; For Gundagai, the., coach, the dimi nutive Ron' OXJonnell, was . in every...
JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
JUNBE. I While the ?,finister is encouraging electricity extensions in rural areas Junee is unable to buy sufficient wire to carry cut extensions within the municipality of Junee. This was re ferred to at the council by Aid. C. J. O'Sullivun. After the last war Al'.l. | Hiscock said, the council got the then member. Mr. Holman, to secure wire for the original Junee scheme, in Nnw Zealand. The council approached Mr. Graham, while in New Zealand, to en deavor to get some wire for Junto. Mr. R. Houston, electrical engineer to the Litligow Council for the past 14 years, who resigned owing to ill health, is a Junee boy. His parents were associated with the land at i lllabo. | Council officers and aldermen I are rather pleased with the reduction I in Junee's water consumption. For the five months ending May 31, il totalled 28.260,(192 gallons against the consumption of 37.711.764 gallons for the same period of 1945. The reduc tion makes a big difference to council finance because the wate...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
do for the Motorist ! A guinea n year (villi « nominnl cnlry fco of 10/6 in tlie metropolitan nron) invrMeil in imiinbcrpliip of the National Iioaclfl and Motorfcl*' Association will entitle the owner of a motor vehiclc to: ★ Free mechonicol fint-aid on the road. *k Free towing service in the event of first*aid on the road being impracticable. Free technical mlvirc on motorists' problems. The unsnrpn-MNl In-ia-lils of nn N.R.M.A. Comprehensive ^ Insurance policy (nvaihible to members only). ^ Free piloting into and out of the city to country driver# (ami. by reciprocal arrangement with kindred a&cociatioits * to lut-*rtitute motorifU). I ret? copy of 'Tlie Open ?Road**— Australia*# premier motor* iii)! journal. ★ Free legal service in court on motoring ensn. COULD a GUINEA BUY MORE? *'A co-operative service for motorist* by motorist**' National Road* & Motorics' Auociation, N.R.M.A. Insurance Ltd. v. Local Reprsentative S. G. CHAMBERS Waliendoon Street, Cootamundra. ...
GUNDAGAI [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
GUNDAGAI The ' asparagus industry, now being established at Gundagai, will involve an initial capital expenditure of £40.000. A preliminary prospectus tor the formation of the Batlow Asparagus Co-op.,' Ltd., has just been issued. In the prospectus it is stated that the J company's objective is to have 1000 acres of land under asparagus, and that a canning factory will eventually be erected at Gundagai. The Batlow Packing House co operative, Ltd., has already acquired 500 acres of land at Gundagai, of which 400 acres are estimated to be suitable for the production of aspara gus. The proposed canning of asparagus is regarded as a sound com mercial venture provided suitable land t can be secured, and in this regard it is proposed to obtain river flat coun try on the Murrumbidgee River. The death occurred at the residence of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. Frost, Brungle, of Mrs. Margaret Hartshorn, wife of Mr. Jack Hartshorn, aged 39. Deceased was well known in Gunda gai district, and hig...
OUR NEIGHBORS MURRUMBURRAH-HARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
0« KBBOSS! murrumijiirkau-hardex*'' Mr. J. Fleck, of Griffith, Loco Engineer (1st Class) has replaced Mr. Peverill at the local loco shed. Mr. Peverill has accepted promotion to Cowra as Senior District Loco En gineer. Mr. Fred Pent was unfortunate to let fall a coupling on his foot. The first meeting of the Harden C.W.A. Younger Set was most suc cessful. PJiss M. Gibson occupied the hair, and accepted as vice-presidents j Misses Belby Edwards, Mary Brooks. Jean Armstrong and Doris Freebody. Cunningar folk again turned on!, in force to welcome home another local lad, Corporal Fred. Freebody, R.A.A.F. Fred had seen service in Australia and New Guinea, and re cently received his discharge. The Girl Guides have commenced their training under the able leader ship of Mrs. Morris iCapt.) and Miss Kemard i Lieut. i. In the near future. Mrs. Proctor i District Commissioner) will attend personally. Mr. T. Spillane is in the local hos pital. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson, sen., left to take up reside...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
WANTtj). v. : '.Vs. suitable tor nmv.'-i-,.!j : .. ....... boys. Apply 'The i j-. a -.;f;ce. FO( Nl). r,j not'.s. Apply this o'' t ; ' M.-rtin. I o:t sale. ?; '? siati'.narv Engine. Pli rW. 1 -)H sm.i:. pjayi.'i- piano. Phone 160. FOi: sai.e, E:,ikir.e Sedan, p.p. £100, Accrii-. ao. s-h0!;c 1,;3. McCleary's. II yo;:r i want recharging RAV CROWE viU do the job. Phrme 423. SITTOX.S I' l v.. LTD.. Sydney, buy Daytrs and Piairs. even If repairs r.p.'dr:!. Pay prompt cash. delivery i.ikcn at '!i? iicme. Write direct to SUTTONS PTV.. LTD.. 42 York St., Sydney, giving full particulars. NEW Tro.-tors. Field Marshall'. Diesel a I'd Jjiin E:a\v:i 4-cylinder, 30 h.p. Drn-.on.strations given. Phone 160, MtCLEARYS GARAGE. AI.WAVS fresh siocks of Wet and Dry Radio Batteries at RAY CROWE'S. Plicne 423. WATCH for our specials! Wait for \V ATKINS. It pays! Phone 278, B. S. '5KAMP. ARMY Release Jseps. ? Orders accept :d. immediate delivery,- £225. Phone 100. MeCLEARY'S GARAGE.' TRACTORS and Farm. Mac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
WANTED, shorthand-typi.-:. :cniur or junior. Apply '45.' this otfi.e. WANTED, Full Board. by newly- married couple, Railway Ap- ply this office. WANTED, by Red Cross. strong Trnyinobile, suitable for book troll?: for Hospital library. Apply Mr.' Dunkley, Pies. Phone 127. WANTED, Lease of prcpsity. Replies confidential. C. Redmond, Post Office. Cootamundra. WANTED, , Cottage, Flat, or Rooms, accommodate two, as from ,1st July Apply. this .office. , , WANTED, Furnished Apartment by! jjoung married couple, Railway officer. Apply this office. PIANO wonted, cash buyer, must have full iron frame that will; stand in spection. Full particulars, price, etc., to Mr. Gi'cen, care 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' office. 1 ' i , i PLAYER Piano wanted, by prompt i cash buyer. Out of order no obj2C-j tion. Reply, stating make, price, jtc. I to Mr. North, care 'CootamuiKh'a Daily Herald' office. LOST, Disc from Plymouth Car wheel, between Stockinbiagal and Cootamundra. Reward, Apply Fred Thompson. Phone...
SPEEDING IN WAGGA'S MAIN STREET [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
SPEEDING IN WAGGA'S MAIN STREET Speeds ranging from 40 to CO mites an hour in wagga's main thorough fares early on a Saturday night were alleged against a motorist at Wagga Police Court. The defendant, in evidence, said lie had presided at a wedding breakfast that afternoon, and drank lour toasts, not filling his glass on any occasion. The magistrate (Mr. E. J. Etherton, of Albury) was told that the motorist's fast drive ended when lie collided with another motor vehicle on the Hamp den Bridge approach at the end of Fitzmaurice street. The two vehicles were badly damaged. William George James Swanson, 36 school teacher, of Collingullie, was convicted of having driven a motor car on June 1 while under the. in fluence of liquor, and with having driven in a manner dangerous to the public. He pleaded not guilty to both charge*. Defendant said at the police sta tion, said. Sgt. Millar, that he had had seven beers and some champagne. Morris Raymond M'.'nz, of Collin guillie; Gavin Morrow,...
BABY RUSHED TO SYDNEY Fast Work by Flying Doctor [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
BABY RUSHED TO SYDNEY Fast Work by Flying Doctor History was made at Young last Wednesday afternoon, when the Forbes 'Flying Doctor' landed on ,tlie racecoursc and took a five-d'ay-old baby girl lo Sydney for an urgent op eration. Tlie infant, Susanne Back was born at Wickhom House on. the Friday. It was then obvious that .an early operation would , be necessary. This became urgent on. Wednesday morning. Within 90 minutes of re ceiving the message, ,Div. Young land ed- his. Waco bi-plane at' Young, jinc^, in another 90 minutes he landed at Mascot aerodrome with the patient. . Nurse Golby. of the. Sacred Heart Hospital, accoihpanied the infant who was operated upon by Dr. Nel son, at the Royal Alexandria. Chil dren's Hospital at 2.30 on Thursday afternoon. , Susanne's mother, Mrs. Walter Back of Bertliong street, who is still a patient at Wickham House. Is pro gressing well, and is very happy to know that her baby is receiving Ihe best possible attention in Sydney. Mr. Back left for ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
Sir . George Julius, 73, inventor of the automatic totalisator, died at his Klh'ara home on Friday, after three months' illness. Sir George was one time chairman of tlie Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, and a well known consulting engineer. He was one of the founders of tlie firm of Gibson, Julius, and Poole, j | ' ? ? . consulting engineers, and remained a member until his death. Despite his . invention of the automatic totalisator] machine, used all over the world wne'uvc' iwirse-racins is conducted,! Sir Julius never haa a bet, mid often I said he did not know one noise from I (mother. j.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
PERSONAL The Governor-General (the Duke of Gloucester) received the Prime Mink- j ter (Mr. Chifley) at Government House, Canberra, on Saturday. ' The Governor-Designate of New South' Wales, Lieut.-General J. North cott, C.B., V.D.. will arrive in Sydney on August 1, on the Australian-built Arunta. It is possible that there will be a public holiday for the occasion. Mrs. James Menzles. mother of the Federal Opposition leader, died in Melbourne last night. | Miss Joan - Hammond arrived back; In Sydney on Saturday by air. Tnej great all-round spart and singer was a voluntary ambulance driver in Eng land during the war. A photo of her on her bicycle, with her dog Pipps. on front, in a basket, appeared in last, ! week's 'A.B.C.' Mr. Jack Large has been a patient in the Cootamundra District Hospital. Mr. Claude Westaway, of the Coota mundra railway, is on six weeks' holi days. Mr. Harold Cox. of the traffic branch of the Railway Department, Is leaving tonight to spend his holidays with hi...
£900,000 TO BE DISTRIBUTED No. 8 WHEAT POOL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
£000,000 TO BE ' DISTRIBUTED ON No. 8 WHEAT POOL A third advance to when throwers on the 1 94-l-'45 wheat crop in No. « pnol was announced last week by the Mi:i-j isWr far Commerce and Agriculture j iMr. Scully). The advance will be !.d a bushel bulk, quota wheat, and | 1/11 a bushel for non-quota wheat.1 l:ss freight in each case. An amount cf ];i extra will be paid on bagged wheat. This adyance will bring the payments of the pool to 4/111 a bushel, less freight bagged basis. The advance will absorb £900,000, and ihe Australian Wheat Board is now ma king the necessary arrangements lor the payment. j