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GIFT OF £1817 BY KOUVELIS FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
GUT OF £1817 BY KOl'VKI.IS FAMILY Gifts amounting to £1817. 10' have been made to a number of hospitals, homes, and other organisations in New south Wales by the Kouvelis family, which owns picture theatres in country centres. Of tlie total, £115o has been dislri-| butcd among hospitals. Wagga allocations are; Base H.is-| pital, £210; Lewisham Hospital, £210; District Ambulance, £52/10/; and lied Cross, £52/10.'. Allocations for Young arc; Sacrcd Heart Hospital. £210; 1 Burrangong District Hospital, i.'210;| Old Men's Home, £52/10. ; District ! Ambulance, ,£52/10/.
WELCOME RAIN Cootamundra Has Over The Innch [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
WELCOME RAIN Cootamundra Has Over The Innch Cootamundra had 102 points of rain from Friday night until 9 a.m. today. There were 26 points lip to 9 a.m. on Saturday, and a further 76 points to 9 this morning. The rain was tlie best Cootamundra district has had for months, and came at a time when it was badly needed. I Details of the district falls are; ' Cor.'; mundra .. 1 ? 102 i Sto^ inbingal ? 58 Wallfc-.dbeen ? ? 130 j Muttama. ? 82 | Ilethungra ? 31 Falls for the year have been: January ? 257 February ? 319 March ? 273 April ? '53 May ? 79 June ? 136 Total points ? 1067 The 7G points up to this morning make the total for the year 1143. j
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
CRUMBS Read the advertisements 1 Tlie eastern coast of Australia had good rains up to Saturday evening. Cohen's corner has all furnishing lines. Carpenters and joiners in Western Australia have decided to do work Jn future on Dutch ships. Those who arrived on tlie scene of the test for the atom'c bomb were im- j pressed. Today the wocl disposals plan comes into cffcct. Auctions will begin in September. On Saturday the situation at B'tn-j nerong had somewhat improved, due] to ccal arrivals. Mr. Menzics urged a complete broadcast of all parliamentary debates as a safeguard against abuses. The Prime Minister said that revenue would probably exceed the estimates by more than £15 million. A new girls' training school, which cost £20.000, was opened at Burratloo on Saturday by the Premier to relieve the congestion. Wemi'u's wage regulations w.'re re ferred to by tlu* Indiistii.il Commission us perplexing. Clarification by Com monwealth authorities was urged. A compulsory confereirc betwee...
OBITUARY COLIN ARMSTRONG [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
OBITUARY COLIN ARMSTRONG I Old friends of Mr. Colin Armstrong. ; in his 38th year, a native of the dis- . trlct, youngest son of Mrs. Arm- j strong and the late J. Armstrong, will learn with deep regret of liis death yesterday in Sydney, where he lived latterly, since leaving the Tumut dis trict. For some time his health had been poorly. | The funeral iook piacc in eyuuey this morning, after a service at Crow's Nest. | Deceased, who leaves the widfiw and two children besides his mother, was a brother of tlie well known Coota mundra district family, Carl, Jack, Ray. Mrs. Claude Hindmarsh, Mrs. Leonard, and Mrs. Baxter. I He was educated at the Cootamun- J dra I.H.S.. and in 1924 was captain of j Ihe school. Besides being a brilliant scholar, he was a noted cricketer, his , fast bowling being the terror of op posing' teams. In a match at Yass in 1924. the Cootamundra school team dismissed tlie Yass school team for eight runs. Colin took 5 for. 4, and the late Ormc Brettell, who lost h...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
Eden had 137 points of rain; Albury, 98 up to 9 yesterday morning. | The Red Cross ball at Cootamundra on Friday ni-glit was well attended, and was a big success. . Mr. R. McDonald, of Bethungra, contends that tlie state of the Junee- 1 Bethungra road contributed to the recent fatal accident at Marinna. His opinion Is that not only is the bend I sharp, but the pot holes combine to I make it hard to negotiate it with saicty. He contends that unless the | road Is brought to a reasonable con ! dition, more lives will be endangered. Mass dismissals of painters and dockers on the Sydney waterfront may affect tlie employment of 10,000 metal trades employees if a settlement is not readied today. Ail South Coast mines were to stop work today, causing a loss of 11,000 tons of ccal, while 3,000 men from 16 mines were to discuss the dust men- | ace. I As a mi mcrinl tJ the late Arch deacon R. ii S. Hr.nimond, a model ' children's .. .:-ary ..'ill be built in Hnmmondville, near Liverpool. j I, ...
THE SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
THE SEASON Thiii«» li.Kl been looking rather lin [?.romisiiic fur our friends on llie land. Providential ruins were needed. The Pastuies Prolertinn Hoard inspectors were reporting rjilher clecmily as to the iirnspeets. Nevertheless, along the Southern l,ii:e, as revealed during train trips, llu* (luotamundra area showed up lavur.ihly in t-ompariscn with any pan*. lielvieiMi us and, say, Moss Vale. Here the crops were more forward and the crass showed a mere Inviting , Rr.'wtli. Alliury district iris even better cilf. Now, however, the rains have ceni'-' — ;;c.ncral rains all over N.S.W., and .in other States, toil. Queciirlamlers are reported to have got out of ,b?d just to look at it ! (-r course, : more falls — 'follow* up' rains— are wanted. Given siich; it should make a vast difference — a si';d harvest' where a poor one had been feared by tlitp. wlic.it aitd oats growers; feed aplenty instead cf worry and anxiety for the graziers. This journal lia.f 'been publisiiing tile month...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
PROFESSIONAL j. & R. A. SPEIKS. I Optometrist* I XI. A. SPEIR3, F.I.O., Hons.. Sydney uoiisultmlons: Tliursaays 2 p.m. co . 5 p.m. Fridays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. OI- 1 Ike open every day for adjustments and appointments Plume. CooUur.ui.ara 185 foi ap pointment. Office In Austral cham bers. open Monday lo Friday, 9 to 5; Saturday, 9 to 12 for adjustment* and rmlai'empn'5 . , ! IMPORTANT NOTICE ! It is regretted that Mr. H. K. Barraciough, O.B.O.A. will be unable to visit COOTA MUNDRA on JULY 11 AS PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED Watch this space for details of next visit. 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' TUESDAY. JULY 2. 1946.
NARROW ESCAPE FOR A GOULBURN CHILD Almost Drowned in Tub of Water [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
NARROW ESCAPE FOR A G0ULBURN i CHILD Almost Drowned in Tub of Water A IT-mor.ths-tld baby was given tirtifirtsi :.-s;nratisn by a neighbor a'er iirid fallen into a tub of waw -- Ci'.'Ulb'Jir.. The chi:.! was found semi-con sclo.is in tne tub. ir. the uaek sard, bv its muher M:s. a. Howard, whose call tor as'.iMii::;-.- was heard by a neigh bor. Mrs. Pooley. Us limbs had stiffened. Mrs. Pooley tool: i: to the house and ap p'ied artificial respiration. The trsal ment successful: and when ut\ ambulance otlicer arrived he found the mother soothing the frightened child, who v. as suffering from shork.
TEST TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
TEST TEAM Tiie full team for Saturday is: Fullback: D. Parkinson tNew South Wales). Threequarters: L. Cooper (New South Wales), U. Bailey iNew South Wales, captain), J. Jorgenson (New South Wales). E. Ncwham (New South Wales). Five-eight: P. Devery (New South Wales). Halfback: J. Grice i Queensland). Forwards: j. Hutchinson (New South Wales), R. Kay 'Queensland). A. Clues (New South Wales). R. Wes- I taway i Queensland). G. Watt (New South Wales), F. Farrell (New South Wales). Reserves: Backs, E. Bowe (Queens land); forwards, E. Brosnan (Queens land.
OAT PRICES Coming Season's Guarantee [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
OAT PRICES Coming Season's Guarantee The Government announced -o::i' time ago thai a guarantee of .'i a bushel would apply to feed oats .or the coining season. It is intended to apply th:s in the same way as for the last crop, and agents of the Barley Board will take delivery of all oats offered a: :h guaranteed price. This was slated in ;i letter lrjin the Minister for Commerce and Agri culture to Mr. Langtrv. member t'.ir Riverina. Grower,-, may deliver to tin- boards'' or sell cn the open market, whiclie-.er they d .-sire, and so have the op'ir.n of taking a bi tter price i; the m.«!:e-. offers one. while being assured jl n.ii less than the guaiantee. the letter added. I
BOXING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
BOXING With boxers 'in the pink,' waiting for the gong, this coming Thursday's programme of boxing and wrestling promises to be full of fast moments. Well' known boxing enthusiasts of Qoulburn, 'Police Superintendent Sweeney and Sergeant Carey,' will ar rive by car for the contests, at the in vitation cf our local popular Police -lispector Searson. The Mayor ( Aid. Stratton) will of ficially ' open the programme, and piesent title belts'to the champs. Doors will open at 7.30., and seating accommodation is limited, so don't be late. On August 1 the first elimination contests of the Cootamundra and Dis trict boxing tournanmcnt will take place, and all intending contestants are requested to leave their names with the secretary. Mr. J. Bryant, or organiser. Mr. A. Batros. Proceeds will be in aid cf the Cootamundra District Hospital. Watch tills paper for further an nouncements. -
TENNIS Petra Beats Pails [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
TENNIS Petra Beats Pails i LONDON. Tuesday: Dinny Pailfl was defeated by the Frenchman. P.'t ra. in the quarter final of the Wimble don singles yesterday. Tlie scores were 7-5. 7-5. 6-8. 6-4. Earlier, Geoff Brown defeated the Swede. Bergelin, 13-11. 11-9. G-4. The American, Brown, and the Czech. Droljny, also entered the semi finals. Tlie Australian, Brown, now mc-'U: Drobny, who is favorite to win the j title.
SOUTH COAST MINES Idle Again Today [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
| SOUTH COAST MINES Idle Again Today ! i SYDNEY. Tuesday: The State j Cabinet members, who are mee'.in:; ! today to examine the coal supply i crisis, have had their task compli- 1 cated by the fact that, in addition io| three northern pits, all South Coast ' mines are idle for the second con secutive day. bringing the product i.-.n loss Irom that source alone to 18.000 toas this week. South Coast miners who stopped j work yesterday to protest against : he dust menace in mines are idle today to attend the funeral of a miner who is stated to be the third victim of dust in the one mine in three weeks. Although the Minister for Local' Government i-lr. J. J. C.ihill) isi anxious to avert industrial power I rationing. Cabinet today is expectid I to examine demands made through the Minister for Transport iMr. O'Sullivani by the Railway commis sioner iMr. Hartigani for further general restrictions to enable Mic existing reduced transport service to be maintained
THE HOLY LAND Crisis is Mounting [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
THE HOLY LAND Crisis is Mounting: JERUSALEM, Tuesday: The crisis! in Palestine is mounting with ths f.n-l ' noiincement by the Jewish National 1 Council threatening civil dLsobedience' throughout the country unless -the! general onslaught against Zionist, in stitutions Stops and the leaders are re-| leased. - j The 'Exchange Telegraph- corr?s-| pond.eht says the revelations about, Jewish underground arms and ammu nition dumps continue to increase as! the British Army pene: rates the I smallest .settlements in the Holy Land. After three days' search of the Jewish Agency headquarters, a senior policc officer told correspondents: 'We are satisfied that v.hat we havs found here and in the rest of the country justifies search and arrests.' J TRAIN CRASHES 1 INTO BOULDERS ! With Gandhi Aboard NEW DELHI. Tuesday: A special train, carrying Mahatma Gandhi .m:l Ills party. crash:d into boulders placed on the railway line 00 miles from I'oona. No cne was hurt, but the en Sine was damaged, ar.d...
THE COMMOS Bottom in German Poll [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
THE COMMOS I' '^Bottom in German Poll I'* WWOOIC'- Tfit?^aYr--';'We''fff3t''1!5-' sults of the provisional option fi) ^ the US. zcne^^V-3ei^|any,^iotg^7ii^ the Frankfurt '\&dior;rshow %he munlsts at the.'botto'm of the po)l';„v The referendum.. gifting heli^n Saxony, on the,;, question of the'v ex propriation and nationalisation of Nazi-owned enterprises, attracted very heavy voting, but so far there is no indication of the result.
MAN KILLED BY ENGINE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
MAN KILLED BY ENGINE PARKES. Tuesday : William James Jones, railway employee. of Parkes,' was run down by a locomotive near] the Parkes railway station yesterday. | He was dragged Inr more than 40 1 yards, mid died later in Parkes Dis trict Hospital. Tlie driver of the engine said he did not see Jones, but, hearing a call, hei stopped the engine, and found Jones underneath. i
OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
OVERSEAS NEWS Overseas ' news in this newspaper is supplied by Australian Associated Press. Sources include in England The Times, Daily Telegraph, Dall.v .Mail, Dally Herald. Daily Express, Manchest er Guardian. Renter's World Service, Associated Press v of' fefetSi Britain!1' 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 stated