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JUNEE HOSPITAL MAY CLOSE TO RELIEVE STAFF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
JUNEE HOSPITAL MAY i CLOSE TO RELIEVE STAFF 1 Because the stalf at Hit .Juncc Dis- ' trict Hospital is at tin- p:-mt, of a serious health breakdown owlnt; to continued overwork, there appear-, (^ b? no alternative than to clove the msuiuuoii uuv.il :or -,vn t-:acn'.i'« period. Dr. N. Brandt in a lcttt.-r '.' ii:' Board, said thai his itwivati'':: over a ten month pi-ii'itf was that, t!'. staff was terribly overworked ;'-:|'.urt ! a rest and suggested Hint 'he hnv|-;!:!i dose in September. Matron N. Paul, in her rO|-oit. ci:-v. aiU'iili'in to Dr. Brandts letter by .?iiyiiii; that slip could see no way on rum to adopt thr suggestion he lniti 11. ail., for th' closii-.L' of thp hcsnital. It thi- ln.stiliiii«n i.s closed during S.-|)tcmb(.T it will bo on tin* und!r « .aiKiing that obstvrtc patients uix Mill treated and that a ..lalelon stafl ; will be maintained u- iikci. an cmi'i- j gcni-y. I 'Tlii- nuiM's arc -ni i-uty from 0 n.rn. in tilt' morning ui.til eight at nig'n1.'. ' .said ti...
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
GOLF Half the season has passed, and at this stage it is interesting to summar ise the performances ot players in the various competitions. Seventy-three members have taken part so far. while the average Saturday attendance Ls 20. .Matt Olbb Memorial Three of the four rounds have been played, leaving only three with a chance of taking the trophy: L. Ticc . hurst. 3 down, has played good solf throughout and holds a useful lead of three from A. Rowe. G down, followed by E. Hiook. 8 down. Of these who have played two rounds only. o. V. Collins has the one remote chance of pressing the leaders with 9 down. There is a long gap to the next player. H. Dryer. 17 down, then E. Dundas. 19 down. T. Meale. 1!) down. D. Doidge 21 down, and J. Caster 21 down, farmer flip In this chnllcngc four-ball event. Meale and Leahy, in the one half, and O Ballarri and G. Bailard. in the other, huvf gone through the season unde fe.il-.-cl. and will meet at a future date to decide the holder for the season Th...
GUNMAN'S ESCAPE From Appeals Court Room [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
GUNMAN'S ESCAPE From Appeals Court Room SYDNEY. Wednesday: A gunu'U j whose attempt to esnapi- from custo^ly at Dailinghurst several months .:^o was foiled after In- almost severed the iron bar of a cell. n-piMtcd his i-lfort ; today, wiien he inio imougii a ?):!! covering the window r.t a ivom at she AppcaLs Court, and c.scapod throu;-'.i the adjoining tennis court into '.ho Domain. He is Antonio Martini. 32. labour, who. wiih Arthur Gene l.overlng, was brought from Long Hay this mornlii;: to lirar judgment in their appear against conviction uiul .sentence ;o; twu years in December last- for beir.;; in possession of an unlirenscd pLsrol. ; having previously been convicted of an , indictable offence. ! With a prisoner named Smith. Mir-: tini and Lovering were locked in the j room at the Appeals Court, and a con stable remained on guard outside the door. Martini's escape was discovered when police entered the room to remove the appellant in the early appeal. Lovering was still there,...
S.R. COUNTY COUNCIL GRATUITIES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
,S.R. COUNTY COUNCIL GRATUITIES '?'.7.1 '-.. v.i, : Ailfi payins aimosl -'.?:'??.? .. 'iitics to ri'tlrmg wo --???? .:.\w:a Kivcrina Countv ..mi that it may have ? ...iiivyir an amount ex i::i-t.'tiiig of the Soulh i :.ty Council at Wa-sgJ. ? - ...:::an .said that the cm ? :-. L'lj yr..rs in the cm :. ? V.'atjya MuiUcipal ' '. ? .ST.nhein lliverlnp : . .-: d had been paid a ??.:.- .-aid. it was discov ? .: ,;i;yi-;- had gone to ?-...-,; itup.uyea for some .. ;? r- join the council's .: ::: '.--.u-', l,iicr. 1. . ? i ..... t-i— 1 :- i/.ul paid the che r.i - j: :. :!:?-., ^iven by the town . -. :. .: .... U'.lllmun. and it was ..1. ::.l ? .. : tlic employre had been ?!..;.??: ... ...juuiil i-xcmlmg £203. A..: :'?'?. ..i.an pointed ou: tha: there ?? ? !:., : ?!':;?. or error by any officer : i..c ii.iiivy council. A che:k was -.-. :v. bi-a., niade. and it might be found ?.:::? the ..uu-.int paid was correct. (r \v. K iuv .'.aid that if anv action v.a; :i' ?.??^.sar\ for the recover}' o...
FOOTBALL Temora Here on Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
FOOTBALL Temora Here on Sunday Temora first grade team will visit j Cootamundra on Sunday next to play j the Group Nine Competition game. Cootamundra Ls to be represented by: D. Wall: J. Bryant, F. Ryan. J. Crowe. N. McDansll; H. Thackeray. N. Lloyd: J. Bell. B. Bryant. G. Ball. S. McAlis ter. A. Broughton. G. Greig. Reserve | backs. R. Cohen. W. Glanville, R. Geh- I rig: forwards, K. Glanville. ! The Caotamundra Reserves will go1 to Temora.
HEAVY SNOWFALLS Cooma Road Blocked [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
HEAVY SNOWFALLS Cooma Road Blocked SYDKKV We!llK'x:i..y SVi.rine '.':?. i' tho t!.v.:..-;-:p v.h'cii w-..-: ri-ceu-.ly i li-.tcd I'.r :.-.-. days-', m.-'.y ms-::: b'-v -:r. ? !i!W, :j.i;::,:: .?V.lainii.abiy '. ?'.v.'.'.-ni.- .;? pi'Cpiir.'iii- ? ?--€-:?'. '? .-u:-p;i' .? ? '?-'. ;?-'?''. ? l.i.-.d'. ll.i- v in.-:,.-.-, i.f -:i r.v b1:. :.!:?:-:?.! ' f.r.;:,:: y.. .:? ; i K.if.«.:ni;.i. .';. -.cithr: n:.d \l\. \'i' ???-.:: ??:? .. lh.- iiion : v. -lil.- M- \;:.i K'.- ?!-,:??. ??'?: : ?? :: .. \y :: ?:: ?:.:.. j, ;?,. ;..?;? ? (-..- ?:?:? ? ?::?' ?.?(;: ;.'. ?;?; t.. :i.- f'-ct :? ;.- 'I:.- ('?, i.n r .a.', i-, .-.:? ..' - ;; ? ::!::.(..? :-.? . :;i:l' :i': .1; ??: ? . : ? .. ? --ff.,lt-- :.-- i, -i:..; iii.-.-.. . ?. '. . ; th;- iv.:i(i l:r;:; :!;,- \. -\-.: ? ? .. . ? RECOGNITION OF THE V.D.C. CANhVU:'.: -. ??? . T::. n.-; : ;? i\ partinci'/ '.:. . ?:. ..Ii :i.. -.. . ,: ?.- ?:? ? nitiun -! i '.-. ???? .- ? ???:'.:.:-- ':..- -, i::i,: ?. servif- :':;... . c:i:,!-v ::.?? ?? u: ;;?? ...
GRASSHOPPER PLAGUE Feared by Mr. Graham [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
GRASSHOPPER PLAGUE Feared by Mr. Graham SYDNEY. Wed.: From surveys made it appeared certain that there would be major outbreaks of grasshoppers 1 throughout the State, said the Minis- I ter for Agriculture iMr. E. II. Graham), ?.vhen lie officially opened the 23rd an nual conference of the Agricultural 1 Bureaus of N.S.W. at the Hawkcsbury i Colleiie. I ? There were 300 delegates present from all parts of the State. Most effective means of eradication was Hie adoption of control measures as soon as the hoppers hatched out before they reached the wing stage, he said. Mr. Graham uiycd farmers to co cjpwat:; with the P.P. Boards in meth ods of destruction. Dangerous spots al present appeared to be in the western part of the cen tral division. If hoppers were allowed to develop into winged adults, they would infest crcps and pastures in the east and south-east. Details of' big developments at Hawk esbury College were outlined by the Minister. A new wing is to be built til. Lilt. VUilV K...
STATE LOTTERY First to Hamilton [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
STATE LOTTERY First to Hamilton SYDNEY. Wednesday: state lottery No. lHOO was drawn tcdny. First prize was won by No. 17o!)2. 'Seven Triers' syndicato. R. Kicicl. 151 D°ni.':on Mrei't. Hamilton. Swuiiti. No. 02212. 'All Alone' iV.i dicaU'. f. craft. River road. Cnmelia. Thinl. Nu. iiOL'59, 'All Up' syndicate. Mrs. G. Snutlley. 5« White str-et. LiMchharcl:. Fourth. Nu. U03B6. 'Babes in the Wooti.1.' A.vndicutc. Ronald F'. Doyle 124A Wuniora road. Hurstville. 10 I'lilZES AT I10U 4531 14338 1B892 24339 38184 39140 f-3042 550C9 90155 9057S ID PHIZES AT ::50 2179 10085 Ilti53 23289 04053 l.;li59l 69318 81847 R8402 92518 I'J PUI7.ES AT £40 10164 20191 231C8 2608G 40311 0«(i05 7580' 78G25 H4997 87529 10 PHIZES AT £30 1701 1971 27041 30453 505H4 72445 83G58 85755 K9431 90510 15 PRIZES AT £20 898 23001 27250 37413 39463 43069 44901 44982 45870 46415 59237 60070 7B971 88772 91137 Lottery No. 13G1 will be drawn un Friday.
EFFORT TO SAVE CHETNIK LEADER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
EFFORT TO SAVE CHETNIK LEADER LONDON, Wednesday: Although the Foreign' Minister iMr. Bevin- to!J the House of Commons that the Yugo slav law must take :ts course, the :li|-- luiratic correspor.di'iit of the 'Daily Express' says that efforts are being' niiidc- behind the scenes which 1ni4.1t ; save General Mikhaiiovitch from tlici firing squad. I Tlie Foreign Office sent nil fuels in Mikhailovitch's favnr li- Belsradc, a:.d last-minute pleas lui\ been madv: tactfully, but unofficially, by diplo mats 10 Marshal Tito. ]
OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
OVEItSEAS NEWS | Overseas news in this ne'vspaper i-.; supplied by Australian Associntnl Press. Sources include, in England T'.K' ; Times. Daily Telegraph.' Daily Mail-; Daily Herald. Daily Express, Manchi'-t- ; er Guardian. Renter's World Service! Associated Press of Great Britain.! and Exchange Telegraph Agency; ami' in America, the New York Tim1' ^ Herald-Tribune, Associated Press, ami the North American Newspaper Alli-; mine. Matter from the Lon.li-i-i Times dues not express that iii'a-: pup-M''s viiMv unless so s'alnd J
YOUNG LIKE THEIR MAHER CUP CHANCES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
YOUtfG UKE THEIR MAHER CUP CHANCES According to Group Nine president and Young R.L. Club. hon. treasurer, Mr. Ted Chandler, Young's prospects of taking the Maher Cup from Tumut are very bright. . With Bill Kearney us luiioacii, --.Biue' Mcuoweu as scrum half, and such experienced men as Jackie Brown, Bernie Gibson, and 'Bronco' Beazley In the team, the odds should at least be even.— Young 'Chronicle.' -..'.;
TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
TUMLT A committee of nine has been se lected—three from the council, three from the H.S.L.. and three from the public— to go into the details and pos sibilities of establishing a Community Centre. Excellent work is heinn imiif for Tuiuut by the Progress und Tourist Association. Canberra';; head gardener is coming to Titnuit to advise the council and other inicrc-.sti.-tl bodies on what to do about our parks and gardens. P. and c. musical scholarships have icon awarded to Josie Cottington and Pat. Day. The denth occurri-d in Sydney of Miss Margaret Halloran, daughter of the late Patrick and Bridget Hailoran, of Tumiit. Deceased was in the Edu cation Department for many years. Miss Betty Joliiife (20). staying at Delia Valle Orchards, Batlow, was cut ting the end off a clothes-prop with an axe. when hur foot slipped nnd the index linger of her left hand was sev ered, incised wounds were caused to another three fingers. The musical society i;; making good j progress in building up its ...
YOUNG [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
YOVXCJ All enjoyable .surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. .lames Hall. 'Bc- lowra.' Young, on the occasion of Mr. Hall's 77th birthday, which coincided with his and Mrs. Hall's 55lh wedding anniversary. i ne weucuug iook ijihcc ;u oi. v..... ice's. Elizabeth Bay. of Claucliiie Eliza beth, daughter of Mrs. E. Poplm and the late C. J. B. Poplin, of Young, to Frederick Harold, only son of Major W. Oujiiton. of Vaucluse. The bride was given away by her brother. Mr. O W. Poplin, of Young. The bride's sister. Mi-s Moya Poplin, and a friend of the l-iidp. Miss Pat Hartley 'W.A.A.K.' wire hride.smnids. Mr. David Tress iiier was best man. and Mr. John Adlcr groomsman. The wedinng of Joan Mary, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hooper, with Cpl. Cecil William, eldest son to Mr. and Mrs. W. O'Brien ol Wom bat road. Young, took place at St. Fraud.;' Church. Wollongons:. Rev. Father Ctillashan. P.P.. tilliciatmg. The bride was given away hy her lather. The bridesmaid was Miss June Ryan. The ...
JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
jr.NKF. Junces .stationmiister. Mr. T. Bl.ike iey. is bark at woik after his vaci'tiop spent in Queensland. Jimer is to lose Mr. Tom Dcvinc. wl'.o lia.s been promoted to a head .slmntci a: Liculburn. ; Air. .-\iex vvnitinKcr. oi Ef.icn.iiuy. . Ls in tl'.e ho.-:pitnl. Mr. Dob Simpson will be proceeding | to Werns Creek lo resume with tin- j Kailway Department, he having been | recently discharged from the R.A.A.F Provision has been made for the a: tendance of the ambulance at ftiturt football matches. Mr. J. E. Simpson has been trans ferred to Broadmeadow. The total number of premises no-. connected to the sewer is 654. Then are over 900 premises in town An additional train control officer has been appointed in a relieving capa city. Mr Eric W. Daley, who was once a:.-.-tant Malionmaster at Harefield. Mr. M. H. Osborne has started at the !o:o. works. He was attached !o the Ccmmonwca.th Raihvaj s Among the recent discharges from hospital are Mrs. Hurst. Mrs. J. llagun. Mrs. Se.unour a...
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Thursday, July 18, Women's Guild. 3. Talk by Rev. W. H. Chamberlain. 'Life in England Today' All church- 1 women invited. I Friday. July 19. Choir Practice. 7.15: ? Young Anglican Meeting. 8. Sunday, July 21. 5th Sunday alter; Trinity: Christ. Church 8. Holy Com-1 munion; 9.30, Family Eucharist; 7.30 | Evensong. Rev. A. W. Harris, Rector. J PRESBTERIAN j Friday: Choir Practice, 8; Conurc-i gational Social, 7.30. Sunday: Scots Church. 11. Induc tion of Eider; 7.30. Frank Lajkeyj date A.I.F.), of Young; Witllcndbeen.j Church Service 3. Rev. Harold Per kins, minister. METHODIST Sunday. July 21: Cootamundra, 11. service conducted by members of thu C.E. Society; 7.30. conducted by Rev. R. J. Cashin - Communion 1. Stockinbingal. 11; Cullinga. 3. Rev. R. J. cushin. j Monday; Boys' meeting. 7.30. Wednesday : Missionary Auxiliary Meeting, 3, and C.E. meeting, 7.30. j Friday; choir practice. 7/J0. j
What's on? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946
liifTlT (As Advertised in This Issue.) Fri., July 19: Special meeting in As .sembly Room, Town Hall, at 7.30. ' in connection with the commerce queen's candidature. j Fri.. July 19: Committee meeting of' Cootamundra Tattcr.sall's Trotting Club at Hotel Cootamundra. j Sat., Ju!y 20:' Benefit, .social and Euchre party in aid of Mr. R. Bar- ! rei, in Town Hall, at 8. Sun.. July 21: Football. Cootamundra1 v Temora, F'isher Pink. j Fri.. August 2: Annual meeting of j Cootamundra Tatlcrsall's Trotting ' Club at Hotel Central. Auctions Tues., July 23: Special sheep Sale at' Goulburn by Goldsbrough Mort and' Co.. Ltd.