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WATERSIDE TROUBLE May Spread to All Ports [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
WATERSIDE':^ v - TROUBLE May Spread tc All Ports SYDNEY. Friday:' unless the pre sent wharf laborers' dispute is settled, a tie-up of ail ports in Australia is likely. Thus was said today by a spokesman for the Waterside workers' Federation. He said the position had been aggravated by the suspension to day of 1500 men. The total idle in the overseas sec tion is now 2800. Labor is not available for 11 overseas shi|-s, while 12 are discharging cat go with less than the ordinary manpower.
STATE LOTTERY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
STATE LOTTERY SYDNEY. Friday: Stale lottery No 1358 was drawn today. Frist prize was won by No. 0881-1. ' 'Measles' syndicate, Mr. and Mrs. D. Head. :!u Mackenzie street. Bondi| Junction. I Second. No. intn-l. 'Joe E. Brown', syndicate. I,. Brown. Hall street. Bo.i- ' di. ; Third. No. 22015. 'Pacific Tryii's'; syndicate. H. Giles. Stacy street. j Cronulla. j Fourth. No. .12037. 'Nil Dcsperan-j dum' suidKhtc, I. Campbell. G.P.O..! Sydney. j 10 rUIZF.S AT £10(1 I SG20 1-10151 27105 33004 44508 | 40004 52007 71055 033B2 00182 j 10 PHIZES AT £50 j 2018 21105 24254 28005 05613 7R5JT. Biuf or.snn finr-:tn OT.in'i 10 PRIZES AT £10 , 1721 4603 21480 3455ti 30241 | 02652 63277 74251 81700 88540 j 10 PRIZES AT £30 j 8650 14277' 17161 23612 32107 34401 38450 78732 91245 06218 15 PHIZES AT £20 754 26707 30830 34163 58560 30322 30752 42258 57823 50052 64506 64705 86068 93121 07078 j Lottery No. 1350 will be drawn on Monday next.
GOLD PASS LOST! Mr. Chifley's [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
GOLD PASS LOST ! Mr. CKifley's 'Missing— pass. gold, life— in favor | of Right. Hon. J. B. Chifley: available all lines.' This entry was among the list, of names of school children and adults who had lost their periodical tickets, published in the latest Victorian i-r.il- j way weekly notices. Mr. Chifley's pass was among per-: sonal items stolen on Ills recent l'lUt'iii from Australia. I
WOOL SALES Surplus Profits Not For Growers [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
WOOL SALES Surplus Profits Not For ; Growers I CANEERRA. Friday: Fedeial Mill- 1 isters yesterday rejected representa tions bv the wool interests for a dis tribution to growers of the £7.000.000 which the Government has been liold llV. ill till.:! (-,,? 111.. l.wlilVtli' Following a conference Willi repre-l ?sentatives of wool interests, it was an-| nounced that a bill would be intro duced in Parliament shortly to provide for payment of the £7.000.000 into a sneeinl fim/l fnr rrti u*nnl tiro-. motion, and general benefit to the in-' dustry. | From this fund the money would be diverted through various Government- J controlled channels, such as the Wool j Board, to assist the industry. | Growers yesterday claimed that the precedent of the last war. when sur plus moneys from wool and skin sales were distributed to growers, should be followed with the surpluses acruccl durine this war. The money, they claimed, was the j property of the growers, and should ; be returned to them. | The Pr...
Matches at Junee Teams for Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
Matches at Junee Teams for Sunday With players injured and some on .lolidays, the Cootamundra selectors lad to make big alterations in the first and reserve grade tsams to play it Junee on Sundajr. Th.et first team ' .will be: Wall jchrig, McDjneil,' Bryant, Crowe, F .lyan, W. Glanville, Mulrooney Jroughton, K. Glanville, Qrelg, B.iii. -v., ' ?' r, Reserve Grade: Tyrell, Rees, Kir ey. Myers, Eccleston, Fitzgerald, Mnn .ling, , Daldy,. Luff, Taylor, ^Archibald, Whcatley, Bricili, Holder.' The 'bus wi|l leave at 11.30 sharp.
"BEST CENTRE I HAVE EVER SEEN" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
''BEST CENTRE I ' HAVE EVER 'seen . 'You'll be lucky, if you have Put O'Brien with you .next , season. One of the city clubs is bound to snap him .ip. He's the best centre. I have ever :een.' This comment came from referee Uiwrence, of Barmedman, after the Maher Cup match at Cowra on Sat urday afternoon. I11 twelve matches this season, O'Brien has scored 101 points, reaching this with three tries and a. penalty goal last Sunday week against Harden, since when he has, had another Maher Cup and competition match this season. He has scored 63 pts. in Maher Cup, and captained Cowra in the absence of Newham, the coach. When commenting on O'Brien's abil ity a? a centre, referee Lawrence added he considered Dick McGuinness to be the best half in Group, en better than O'Connell, of, Gundagai.
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 10.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) i. No. 10.) Next morning -3rd October) we breakiasted at 3.30 and made a start just as day was breaking. In an hour or so the track got fairly hard, follow ing in among low JiiU's. Leaving the track. I fallowed the telegraph line, and had a very rough time of it among some limestone hills, but at last sight ed Powell's Creek. It was only a chain of waterholes. and small ones at that. I came on a couple of black gins mind ing a mob of goats, but did not stay even to ask them how far it was to the station. Coming through a gap in the hil_s. I found myself at the back of the houses, now only about 200 ] yards off. | Passing the garden, I walked up a gentle slope, and ran right into F. White and Arthur Richardson. In- ; deed, it was a happy meeting. An introduction to Mr. and Mi-. Kell. which was instantly followed with re freshments. and I sat down u- nai-. rate experiences. Just then tlu- rest j of...
LIBERAL PARTY Elects Office-holders [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
LIBERAL PARTY Elects Office-holders SYDNEY, Friday:' A 'ballot for officers of the N.S.W. Liberal. Party was held. UcmiI's were announced last night: president, Mr. W. H. Spooner; treasurer, Mr. W. H. Heskett; metropolitan via-presldents, Mr. B F. Dargan. Mr J- E. Casey; country vice-presidents. -w- E. P. Atkinson (Alburyi. Mr. N. W. Carey (Illawarra) ; women members of the oouncii, Mrs. J. P. Short land. Mrs. M. E. Furley, Miss R. Ga;la«l''Cr, Miss J. M. Meri wether; country members, Mr. G .G. Ashton icrooltwell), Mr. Sefton' Cul len (Bowrali. Mr- E' V. G. Townsend ir-iloindnn. Mr. R. Palmer Field ? Newcastle'- Mr. W. F. Snclson (Ka tocmbii'- -Mrs- n^sic Porter (Lith gow-. i;-. --crviie members, Messrs. Gcr don ' Wallace J- Dyneley Fell, E. A. Nrhulas; metropolitan members \ie«?t.:. O. Kramer, A. W. Butterel, ^ j) Bridges, M.L.C.; A. K. Deln, W. Ncvil-' Harding Dr. C. S. De jIoi:chcnu-:. p,. j..,,, )tes to Federal council, W. H. Spooner, T. Malcolm lii'.hK'- V. H. Treatt, M.L.A., J...
"COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALDS" To Reach Stockinbingal and Bethungra Readers more Promptly [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
'COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALDS' * . . - t To Reach Stoekinbingal and Bethungra Readers more Promptly The 'Coolamuiulra Daily Heralds' will leave Cootamundra per the present train service for Stoekin bingal on ' Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4.15 p.m., for our agent (Mr. S. .1. Wilbcrs) and for f lin innKt-offiro. Paners will lllso I leave Cootamundra by train at 4.40 p.m. daily for our agent at Be thungra (Mr. Frank Dillon) and for tile post office. Subscribers by post to those places should be able In thus have tlielr af ternoon paper, hot with the latest wires and cables, and all the other i news, for that evening's perusal, whilst casual , buyers will have the advantage of llie quick service pel' our agents. Pending the restoration of daily train services, the papers for Stoekin bingal will go by the ordinary postal service on Tuesday and Thursdays.
COOTAMUNDRA INTERMEDIATE HIGH SCHOOL Annual Athletics Carnival Results Class Handicaps [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
COOTAMUNDRA INTERMEDIATE HIGH SCHOOL Annual Athletics Carnival Results Class Handicaps - ID girls, D. Clarke 1, G. Tight; 2. A. □arwon 3; 1C, V. Haisell 1, G. Orgill 2, 'D. Duffey 3; 1AB, J.. Baker and j. Nichols eq., j. Clifton 3; 2C, D. Ib botson 1, H. Danvon 2, B. StraiiRma:i 3; 2B, S. Johnston 1, M. Hearne 2. M. Putinett 3. ; --. ; / ID boys; K.i Taylor 1. K. Siuvin 2; Collins; 1- ' G. Kelleher 2. L. Buckley 3; 1AB/B. Haies 1, G. Ryan 2, V. Cheshire 3; 2C, D. Goodwin 1. b. Bradley 2, L. Ronning 3; 2B. P. Patcr son 1, N. Taber 2, J. Gollcdge 3; 3rd year boys,„L. Tollis 1. E. Newman 2, j B. Price 3; ? 4/5th year boys. J. Me-' Inerney 1, D. McDonald 2. T. Hows;* 3. Junior Girls Championships | 50 yds., G. Bateman 1. M. RonniiV;! 2, C..Malone 3. Time, 7 sees. ] 75 yds., M. Ronning 1, c. Malonc 2, B. Clarke 3. j ' High Jump. M. Ttonning l. c. Malonc 2. S. Stephenson 3. Heigh; 4ft. lin. i record). I Broad jump. M. Ronning l. g. Bate man 2. A. Hardy 3. 12ft. Sin. | Points score: M. Ron...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
WANTr.l), Temporary Housekeeper, . 13 per week. Apply t'lis olficc. \VAN'Ii:D, Experienced Trousers and: Vest- Man, or Vest and Part Coat-! maker. Apply Harry Tie, Parker St. I WANTED, Young Girl. No washing.! Mrs. Baisingthwaighte, 15B Wallcn-j dcop. street. | WANTED, urgently, furnished flat, or! furnished house, for business pro-; prictor and wife. Apply 'XYZ,' this, oilice. I i TO-LET, Singly Furnished Room.: with use of kitchen. Apply this office.: LOST, between Public School and! lower Murray Street. Child's Gold! Chain Bangle. Finder please return to1 this ofliee. | LOST, on Sunday, on Gundagai road.j Suitcase, containing fontbai: togs.j Finder please return to this office. j j FOUND, Gold Loeket. with Air Force emblem. Apply this office. j ? ] FOK SALE. Modern B:-droom Suite.1 single, good as new. Owner has no' further use. Apply this otlhe. ' FOR SALE, 1 Krieslei (i-valve dual- 1 wave A. C. Radio. , 13X8 model.' Thoroughly reconditioned. A bargain.' £13 '0.'. At CLIFF SCOTT...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
I IO LOCAL AND CITY ADVEKTloERS 'COOTAHPRA DAILY HERALD' (Established in 1877) .Is the Only Newspaper in the 'Corrvng City' of Cootamun dra — the largest town in the State Electorate of Temora. It is the news and advertising medium for tne surround ing centres -of Wallendbeen, Stoekinbingal, Bethungra, and Muttama, all within a radius of 12 to 15 miles, arid circulates 'over d wide range of rich country between Cootamundra and ^th^ surrounding. towns of Murrumburrah-Harden (25 miles away); Gundagai (37) r Junee !36), Temora (34), and Young (32). ? 'Cootamundra is almost the half-way rail centre between Sydney and- Melbourne, with branches on both sides — a four way centrepot with a network of railways unsurpassed by any provincial portion of the Commonwealth. Town industries include Flour M'M, Rice Mill, Soapworks, KjljfS Timber- yards, Butter arid Bacon Factory, Clothing Factory. [Ill District: Extensive Piggery, 25-acre Saleyards and Rest llffl ing Paddocks. ? ' Ef» Primary Produc...
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Friday. July 12, 7.15 p.m., Choir! Practice. | Sunday. July 14. 4th Sunday altei ' Trinity, Christ Church 8 a.m., Sung Eucharist; 7.30 p.m.. Evensong. Wal- ! lendbcen. 11 a.m., Communion; Stock- ; inbingal. .i p.m., Etensong. Rev. A. W. j Harris, Rector. PRESBYTERIAN Friday, choir Practice, a Sunday, Scots Church i:. Mr. C. J. Raff; 7.30, Rev. H. Perkin.'.; Brawlin 11, Bethungra 3, Rev. Harold Perkins. METHODIST I Friday, 12th Ju'v: Choir Practic'. ] at 7.30. j 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.' Du dauman: Service at 3 p.m. conducted by Rev. E. W. Hyde. Rev. R. J. Cashin, Minister.
WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
whaFsIn? (As Advertised in This issue.) Sat., July 13: Football Frolic on Fisher Park. Tue.s., July 16: Cootamundra Wel come Home Dinner and Dance. Tues., July 16: Gundagai Catholic Ball. Frl., July 19; Annual Meeting coota mundra Tattersall's Trot tiny club. Hotel cootamundra, at 8 p.m. Sat., July 20: Benefit social and Euchre party in aid of Mr. R. Bar ret. in Town Hall, at 8. Sun.. July 21: Mixed Doubles Am erican tournament in aid of sports queen, at Municipal courts. j Thurs., July 25: Dance in the Town Hall for the Commerce Queen (Miss O'Neill. I Wed.. Aug. 7: Cootamundra Catholic Ball, Town Hall. | Thurs.. Aug 8: Juvenile Dance or-; ganised by Catholic Ball committee. ! Auctions j Fri., 19th July: Cootamundra Fort-j nightly Market. Sat., Aug. 3: Auction sale al Stock-' inbingal by Mr. S. A. West. j
MENTIONED IN R.A.A.F. DESPATCHES Eurongilly Airman [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
MENTIONED IN R.A.A.F. DESPATCHES j Eurongilly Airman Information has been received that 'Mr. A. W. Hillyer, of 'Kurrajong,' j 1 Eurongilly, has been mentioned in ! despatches following his six years' ser-^ | vice with the R.A.A.F. | j During his career with the R.A.A.F. ivir. riiiiyui wu.1 ? rank, and his mustering that of a , fitter 2A. j j The citation reads: 'Flight-Sgt. Hillyer has acted as senior N.C.O. in | charge of aircraft serviceability with No. 5 Squadron Detachment at New Britain and New Guinea. As a re ! suit of his efficiency and devotion to duty, serviceability of aircraft operat ing on tactical reconnaissance duties has been maintained at a very high standard, and he has inspired the air crew with every confidence in the de pendability of their aircraft. The de tachment has flown 1003 operational hours during the period 17th February. .1945, to 20th July,- 1945, in singleen gine aircraft.'
RELIGIOUS' INSTRUCTION IN SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
RELIGIOUS' INSTRUCTION IN SCHOOLS (Oonlribuicd.) i j Most thoughtful people will agree i that v.e adults have mat'.? a poor job in shaping a world fit to live in. After a long, agonising war, the second within 25 years, in which world forces H^'d every resource cf men and ma terials to utterly destroy one another, we don't appear to be much nearer to creating a sane and ordered com munity of nations. After suffering and bloodshed,, untold anguish and pain, in which millions paid the su preme sacrifice and hundreds of thousands were maimed for life, we have reached the stage when men are asking, 'Were these sacrifices made in vain'.'' Unless the rising generation can become vastly more generous and clcar-hoadcd than in tiie past, wc1 shall only have a repetition of the' past; and these repetitions will become Increasingly inhuman and Insane. European civilisation cannot endure many more maniacal convulsions, and only an immense moral effort can lht' her out of her present condition, ...
CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) COOTAMUNDRA'S COMMUNITY SPIRIT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) COOTAMUNDIIA'S COMMUNITY sriRrfr Sir,— Your leading article in Mon day's 'Herald,'' in which you refer lo the growth and development of a true community spirit in Cootamundra, lias been read with keen interest. May I j uc ijuiijiikicn 10 express my upjjiecici tion of your concluding paragraph: 'Never in its history was Cootamundra in a better position to push along with I wcrth-while improvements in the joy 1 and happiness of the whole community. , so overdue after the stress and strain of war?' I Further to your leader, the letter | signed 'A Member.' published on 10th July, so clearly outlining the growth and the ideals of the People's Educa tion Association, will prove, I feel sure, an inspiration to an cuixens ui wis - town. It shows, very plainly, that the community spirit is, indeed, stirring among us. The new era in Local Government, marked by the decision of the Jindalee , Shire Council to join up with the | Northern Riverina County Council, w...
DISTRICT DOINGS STOCKINBINGAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
fUVJl.VW-%iVW.VA«UW/WWV I DISTRICT DOINGS STOCKINBINGAL Mr. and Mrs, Clive Corby returned home during last week from their 1 honeymoon. Clive has commenced duty j as porter 011 the Cootamundia ? rail- 1 way station. Terence Lloyd, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lloyd, was successfully operated on for appendicitis at St. Catherine's -Hospital, Cootamundra, on Wednesday, and is now recovering slowly. Mr. Bill Wilbers. recently discharged Irom the A.I.F., commenced duty on the local railway station on Monday morning in Mr. J. Eiford's place. Mr. J. Elford is relieving Mr. O'Laughlan, who is on annual holidays. TVffi. In n Cootamundra hospital, and being re lieved by Mr. J. Hill, assistant station master. Assistance is being sent out from Cootamundra to take Mr. Hill's place. Mr. Jack Lloyd has been notified of ills transfer from Werris Creek fettler's staff to the Miivale staff. He com mences duty at Miivale 011 the 22nd. Congratulations are being received by Mr. William Ronald Scdg...