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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
TENNIS Matches to be played next Satin day: Town No. 1 v Wirraways, Spit fires v Muttama. Presbyterians v Country Club No. 1. Country Club No. 2 v Town No. 2. catholic Club v Hurricanes. 110 In Tournament No less than 110 players are taking part in the big tennis tournament to be held next Sunday, and It is ex pected that some of the divisions will produce tennis of a very high stand ard. Ten courts are available for play, due to the courtesy of the Catholic Club and the Railway Club, with the result that each player will get six sets. Would all the undermentioned play ers please note 10 go directly to the ( railway courts at 9.30 - all other play ers to go to the town courts 1: R. Wil I lis and Miss Harnett, M. Willis nnd [Mrs. Lloyd. K. Fl.vnn and Mrs. Good , all. K. Kimbcr and Nola Manwaring. Keogli and Helen Skamp. Mr. and Mis. 1 Whiteley. J. Organ and Mrs. Gollldge R. Manwaring and Miss Ryan, M. Manwaring and Miss Mammatt. K Manwaring and Nancy Hulford. Clem sen and Miss B. Tay...
MISSING GUNMAN Police Baffled [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
MISSING GUNMAN Police Baffled SYDNEY, Thursday: Every known haunt has been thoroughly combed by armed police squads hunt ing for Antunio Martini. 29, who es caped from a guard room at Queen's Square Appeals Court yesterday, the gunman was still at liberty today, and policc frankly admit that they are unable to find any clues indi cating where he may have gone to earth. Martini's description, with photo graphs, has already been circulated throughout the Commonwealth, and detectives in Victoria and Queens land arc on the alert in case lie eludes the dragnet now being ex tended throughout N.S.W. All seaports on the eastern coast and the border crossings arc being watched. Police cuntinue to emphasise thai Martini, who was once known as Jack Miller, is a dangerous man, who, if he secured arms, will stage a gun fight rather than surrender.
SWEDEN'S SURPRISE In Davis Cup [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
SWEDEN'S SURPRISE In Davis Cup STOCKHOLM, Thursday: Sweden caused a surprise by defeating Yugj .slavia in the final of the European zone of the Davis cup. '? The Swedish players were down two matches to one, but won the last two . singles. ? ? 1 1 In New York yesterday the former star, Bill Tilden, expressed the opinion I that the American Davis Cup team! will' not bring the trophy back from 1 Australia this year. I
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
GOLF The match committee wish to noti-j f y the undermentioned competitors ;u '.he club 'championships that they may, play their match anytime this1 week; but same must be finished by dinner time on Sunday il p.m.). This is to be done by mutual agreement, j The following is the draw: | .A grade: R. Rowe v A. Smith, G.1 Leahy v N. Bassingtluvaightt, T. Moale v E. Williams, E. Brook v M. Burrell. B grade t O. Ballard v A. Cheshire. '. E. Last v R. Cohen. F. Stedman v L. ; Crossman, A. Dobbie v r. Williams, i C grade: M. Cooper v D. Willis. J.l Recs v s. Windrim, j. Moran v J.' Caster, M. Mutch v T. Armstrong. j
GRASSLAND IMPROVEMENT Repair of Wartime Deterioration [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
GRASSLAND IMPROVEMENT Repair of Wartime j Deterioration Discussing the results of his talks with the New Zealand Government] during his recent visit to the Dj minion in connection v.i!h the devc-1-, opment of reciprocal trade in primary j produce, the Minister for Agriculture, j Mr. Graham, referred to the post-war i need fcr pastur: improvement a-d to. the importance of quality and uni-j fcrmiiy ill the Australian eiprrt lamb. ] 'I am hopeful.' said Mr. Graham.! 'that it will now be possible for New , Zealand to supply practically all thej pasture seeds that Australia requires from their growers. .Sealant* pas ture seeds suit our hi«htr rainfall areas. admirably. ar.d New Smith Wales in particular has always been a bi:\ buyer, with n?w closer settlement areas, and with the r3s:-'.vini; -u large-' areas of pastures that have deterior ated during the war ow.ti:-; to super phosphate shortages. New South Wales will require even greater quantities in! the future thaii has been tlis en.-...
PLANE MISSING Between Parkes and Broken Hill [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
PLANE MISSING Between Parkes and I - Broken Hill SYDNEY, Thursday: Believed to I have been purchased recently from the Disposals Commission by the Portuguese Air I'oree, ail Avr'j Anson plane, . with a Portuguese crew aboard, is missing on a flight between I'arkcs and Broken Hill. Although it was expceteil to reach Broken Hill at 5 p.m. yesterUav, no word has been received from the plane since it left I'arkcs almost four ' hours earlier. Today the A. B.C. broadcast an ap peal to the people in Western New South Wales who might iiave heard the machine or seen it in flight to immediately contact the Commis sion.
SPORTING CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
[?] CANTERBURY ' SATURDAY'S FIELDS , SYDNEY. W'Kh'.vsriny : The follow ing acceptors were declared today lor Saturday's Canterbury Park meeting: TWO- YKA K-OLI) MAIDEN HAN DICAP.— fi Furlongs First Division Al I p.m Waitrmata 'If' ? 8 7 Shilling Vision - 'i ' ? H ' Wise Ruler '10' ? 8 3 Student 'lit ' ? 8 3 My Hero t IT - ? » Gay Leader - 15 ? ? 8 0 Di.n Dare ia- ? # 0 Rising Star -14t ? '13 Tile Cad »8' ? 7 12 Timoana '11' ? ' 12 Merry England ' 10 - ? 7 12 Engagement ill!' ? 'i \'l Prince Dodo '3- ? 7 11 ] Allworth '131 ? 7 11 1 Saint Teresa -2- ? 7 10 Beaufelt ill ? ' U Royal Pride ' 'JO - ? 7 :- Twilight. -7i ? ' 8 Chaste -91 ? ~ 7 Dark Marne (4i ? ' TWO-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN HANDI CAP. — G Furlongs . Second Division At 1..15 p.m. Pitiham -18i ? 8 7 YElkon - 16' ? 8 3 Stotfield -12 1 ? 8 .! Conviviality -9- ? 8 :s Fresco Belle -7i ? 8 0 High Legion -3i ? 8 0 Mr. Punch -14) ? 7 12 Clare De Lune il- ? 7 13 Merry John -6) ? 712 Gold Bridge - 2 - ? 712 Royal Colours 1 19 - ? 7 12 Taletell...
OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
OVERSEAS NEWS Overseas news in thts newspaper i'l supplied by Australian Associated ] Press. Sources include in England Tin* 1 Times. Daily Telegraph, Daily Ma'-' Daily Herald, Dally Express, Mancln'st- j er Guardian, Renter's World Servii-c ' Associated Press of Great Britain i and Exchange Telegraph Agency; .i'li f in America, the New York Tiiu Herald-Tribune. Associated Press, pad the North. American Newspaper All'- j ancc. Matter from the loi»,ii!1 Times does not express that news paper's view unless so slated.
ASCOT (VIC.) SATURDAY'S FIELD MALLACOOTA HANDICAP.—5 Furs. First Division At 1.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
ASCOT (VIC.) SATURDAY'S FIELDS MALLACOOTA HANDICAP.— 5 furs. First Division At 1.15 p.111. Native Bell -31 ? n 0 Fairy's Flight -5t ? 8 12 Cotham ? ? 8 7 Helliana ' ? ? 8 7 Linda's Joy - 19 « ' ? 8 7 Miss Pearl 1 17 ? ? 8 7 Queen S.vbella - 15 - ? 8 7 Sunny Bay -9 - ? 87 popular Princess -20) .. .. 8 n Stella West - 14 - ? 8 6 Rilma -Gi ? 8 5 Gilwell il) ? 8 '' Meadower 1 10 - ? 8 1 Chief command -81 ? 8 3 Patena - 13 - ? 8 3 Star Born 1I81 ? 8 2 Chippendale ill) ? 8 0 Symbol Star (2) ? 8 0 Saros i4- ? 7 *2 To]) Rank -12) ? 7 10 MALLACOOTA HANDICAP.— 5 Furs. Sccontl Division At 1.45 p.m. Rarcone '2) ? 9 0 Blue Mosaic 1 19) ? 8 7 Gold Eagle i20- ? 8 7 Kalawa (3) ? 8 7 Long Gully 161 ? 8 7 Pheon (12) ? 8 7 Rosedrop -15) ? 8 7 Teurong -18) ? 8 7 Potsdam i5) ? 8 G Wild Life - 1 ) ? 8 G Star Lady (4) ? 8 5 June Havers (10) .... ...... . 8 4 Snow Screen - 14.'. 8 4 Ineeda Star (9) ? 8 3 Lady Marne (7) ? 8 2 Miss Lottie (13) ? 8 1 Miss Tracey (.17 1 ? 8 0 Tikitere (10)' ? 8 0 Trouper (11) ...
WINDFALL FOR TOWN HALL CARETAKER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
WINDFALL FOR TOWN HALL CARETAKER SYDNEY. Thursday: Mr. C. T. Williams, caretaker of Chatswood Town Hall, is reported to be a bene ficiary in a sou. h African estate worth more than £100 01)0. It is thought that the inheritance is from an uncle who had lived in .S»»ih Africa. Neighbors saiti a brother and sister o'f Mr. William' had received largo amount.;. Mr. Williams has tendered his resignation ;|S 11 caretaker.
YASS DIGGERS' RACES Buzz Off Wins Cup [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
YASS DIGGERS' RACES 1 Buzz Off Wins Cup The Yass Diggers' Race Club's meet ing yesterday was an outstanding suc cess, with an attendance of 1200. Sandwlck trainer, H. Darwon won a double with Prince Galahad and Buzz Off, but the third stable representative. Severus, failed to fill s place in the Welter. Much of the credit of the splendid meeting must go to the club president. Mr. Geoff. Manning, who was untiring in his efforts to attract people and horses to the meeting. . Results: ACTIVE SERVICE MAIDEN PLATE 5 Furlongs Narmosley, 8.10 (J. Morsillo) .... l Hour Glass. 8.10 (L. Turner i .... 2 Adam Dore. 8.10 (N. Sherd) .. .. 3 Other starters: Mr. Lucky, car. 8.9 (L. Marsden); Colman, 8.11 (I. Mur ray); My ^Deal, car. 9.0 (K. Fleming); Fonda. 8.10 -P. Dudley); Stage Lad, 8.9 -G. Stephen). Betting: 5/2 Mr. Lucky, Hour Glass, 3 Narmcsley, 7/2 Stage Lad, 10 Adam Dore and others. Long head: three lengths. Time, 1.3. SISTER CALLAGHAN FIRST RESTRICTED HANDICAP.— 6 Futs. Aroada, 8.12 if. Mc...
GOVERNMENT QUESTIONNAIRE FOR CHILDREN "Have You a Steady Girl Friend?" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
GOVERNMENT QUESTIONNAIRE FOR CHILDREN 'Have You a Steady Girl Friend?' CANBERRA, Thursday: The Min ister for information (Mr. Calwelli in the House of Representatives admit ted that his department had circular ised school children, seeking their opinions whether they 'had a steady girl friend.' Tiie questions in tiie Department of Information questionnaire wsre: 1. Da you think Australia should remain attached to the British Em pire? 2. Do you think that Australia 'should cultivate her relationship with America? 3. Do you think that Australia should stand oil her own feet as an independent country? 4. Have you a -steady girl friend? Mr. Calwell: Unfortunately, the questionnaire was prepared by a very junior officer of the department, and was distributed without reference tc the Director-General. Immediately this was discovered telegrams were sent by the Director-General to. all headmasters, and steps had been taken to see that there would be no repe tition of the incident. The quest...
25,000 BRITISH BAKERS Reject Rationing Scheme [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
25,000 BRITISH BAKERS Reject Rationing Scheme T.ONDON. Thursday: Fit teen hun dred delegates. representing 25.C1QI bakers throughout the country, at a mass meeting in London, carried a resolution declaring the bread ration ing scheme unworkable, and demand ing a postponement. I The delegates undertook to continue deliveries of bread and confectionery as in the past, without bread unii.s. in the hope that a simplified scheme might be introduced. The resolution stated that, in the event of prosecutions, the Nationr.l Association of Master Bakers would appeal to all members for funds It) meet the cost and fines. The meeting deplored Food Min ister Strachey's threat of heavy terms of imprisonment and fines, and de clared: 'We feel that we should ac cept the challenge in its entirety.' One delegate said: 'It is no time to beat about the bush. We shall all i go to gaol.' Another delegate declared, 'Not one baker at Bristol is prepared to cany out the scheme. We are not going to i do it. S...
BOY'S MYSTERIOUS DEATH AT MAITLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
BOY'S MYSTERIOUS DEATH AT MAITLAND SYDNEY. Thursday: Detectives are investigating the mysterious death of William Allen Cunningham Brocksoop aged 31 years. at Maitland Hospital yesterday afternoon. Tiie child had been ill since July 1. and was admitted to hospital on July 11. After his death in hospital the doctor refused to issue a certificate ol death, and a post-mortem examina tion will be held. The police were told tliaL a doctor had attended the boy when he be came ill. and that the prescriptions were made up in Newcastle and ad-i ministered. Later another doctor wn; j | called In. j
CIGARETTE PAPERS MADE FROM LOOT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
CIGARETTE PAPERS MADE FROM LOOT MELBOURNE. Thursday: In the I South Melbourne Court four members of the R.A.A.F. appeared on charges of stealing 23 reams of paper, the pro perty of the 'Commonwealth Govern ment. and valued at £40. Sgt. Ronald Charles Waddle, L.A.C. Frank Monrke, and A.C.I William Ramage were convicted and fined £50, £40. and £7 respectively. The charge against A.O.I Kevin Bighton was dismissed. On a second charge of stealing a quantity of paper, belonging to the Commonwealth Government, valued at £10. Sgt. Waddle was' fined £10. A similar charge against Corporal Bert ram Tout was proved, and he was fined £10. It whs alleged that members of the printing section of an R.A.A.F. Sc I curity Unit had received £52 for | 1.824.000 cigarette papers cut from 23 ! reams of paper stolen from R.A.A.F. | stores at Albert Park. I
GROUP NINE NEEDS AN OVERHAUL Farcical Position Develops in Reserve Grade Competition Gundagai's Move to [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
GROUP NINE NEEDS AN OVERHAUL Farcical Position Develops in Reserve Grade Competition Gundagai's Move to Scrap Maher Cup I (From 'Gundagal Independent.') Information which lias been, convey ed to the Gundagai Rugby League Football Club has convinced the local committee that unless an immediate overhaul is made of Group 9. a farci cal position will develop when the Re serve Grade Competition scinl-flnals and finals are played. Gundagai also feels that an attempt may be made by Group 9 to shelve the local club's move to have all trophy matches cancelled. At a meeting of the Gundagai Rugby League Football Club, the secretary (Mr. J. Coulton) stated that the fol lowing information had been conveyed to him by the Secretary of Group Nine: (1) That there was 110 rule to debar first-grade players taking part in the semi-finals and finals of the Group 9 Reserve Grade Competition. 1 2) That In the zones of the group competitions minor premiers would be declared outright winners of each zone. T...
SCHOOLBOYS' FOOTBALL CARNIVAL Will be Largest in the World [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
SCHOOLBOYS' FOOTBALL CARNIVAL ' - Will be Largest in the I World 1 I With 86 teams nominated for the Riverina Schoolboys' Rugby League football carnival In Junee in August, the numbers have mounted until it is the largest fixture of Its kind in the world. Last year's nomination of , 72 - teams was also a world's record. Although two towns have failed to nominate teams for the 1946 fixture, Gundagai and Barmedman, new faces to appear at the carnival will be Ariah Park, Tumbarumba, Lockhart, Ade long and North Junee. With 86 teams nomlnaited and each bringing two reserves, it means that 1300 schoolboy footballers will be visit ing Junee 011 that day. Seven grounds will be In operation KM as against six last year, while arrange- Hj monts are in hand to billet four teams H| from Yass and Murruniburrah, because MM of transport difficulties. K9 The honorary secretary, Mr. E. Con- H nelley, is now setting about the terri- BB .u: task of making final arrangements. H The teams to nominate in...
CONSPIRACY CHARGES Alleged Attempt to Prevent Horse Winning] [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946
CONSPIRACY CHARGES i Alleged Attempt to Prevent Horse Winning I ADELAIDE. Wed.: Sydney Claude Eliis Glendinnen. 55. and Albert Watcliam. 47. clerk, were remanded on bail to July 25 at the police court to day when they appeared on a charge of having, between July 8 and 12. conspired to cheat and defraud thei owner of the racehorse Chief Watch- | man. I It is alleged that Glendinnen (lis- j honestly took steps to ensure that the i horse would not win at Morphettville on July 13. and that he attempted to incite the trainer. Saul Thomas Gil bertson. to conspire with him to cheat and defraud persons unknown. Glendinnen is also jointly charged with Wateham with having conspired together with persons unknown to cheat and defraud persons unknown, by attempting to prevent Chief Watch man from winning last Saturday. The police prosecutor said it was al leged that Glendinnen got in touch with Gi!'oertM)!i and asked him to leave the ho:se in such a condition that it j would not win the Air Port...