Bourke Western Herald Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1950, Page 1

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Bourke Western Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Bourke, New South Wales News Roond no i items of interest from other centres. Cunna Mullah or. Leslie Chivers 64, shearers Cook died in the Cunn Mulla hos i Pital recently. The Date or. Chivers j was born at Longford Tasmania j he worked for a shearing contract 1 Tor in the Eulo District As shearers j Cook. Warren a at the last meeting of Warren parents and citizens association the president or. M. W. Magner spoke at some length on the need for a sound projector for Warren Central school. He said a num Ber of people were anxious to see one installed and he asked Mem Bers to Consier by next meeting Means of raising the required Fin Ance. At a recent meeting of the sub committee appointed to consider the sketch plans submitted by the department for the proposed hew school for a Warren also the ques Tion of site a number of suggest ions for additions and alterations were arrived at. Tran de a several big vehicles were held up at the Western Highway Detour West of Orangie following the re cent Rains. One went safely through the 550 Yards of water that cover the Bitumen. The depth in the Middle was estimated at 22 inches on the formation the rest of the water being much shallower. Orangie and District residents have contributed generously to a fund to permit the construction of new sheep and cattle Yards at that Centre. Work commenced on. The sheep Yards several weeks ago and materials required for the cattle Yards have been purchased and delivered to the site Hie Eon Struc. Tion of the new Yards is being supervised by a local committee of which or. W. M. Walker of Yar Raman As president or. A. K. Butter Secretary and Imp. C. Mcfarland treasurer. The new sheep Yards will accommodate some 15,000 sheep and will be constructed along most modern lines. There will be five Way races and loading ramps for lorries. Dubbo at the last meeting of the Dubbo municipal Council several Alder men approved of the brewery interests being urged to Start a brewery in Dubbo a deputation from the Dubbo Public vehicles operators association May go to Sydney in the near future to interview the transport Board in connection with the allo cation of new taxi plates for Dubbo. At the last Council meeting a let ter was. Received from the depart ment of Road transport advising that two new taxi licenses will be issued in Dubbo. A suggestion was made by Aid. A does that the rj3.l. Should acquire the plates and that two members could establish taxis. When they ceased to be the owner Drivers. The plates. Would revert to the . This proposal was referred to the works committee. Lithgow a coach Jim Monaghan will again train Star sprinter Marjorie Jack son when the track season begins in october. This arrangement Fol Lowed a reconciliation Between them on wednesday. They took part in a discussion which lasted four hours. Aid. W. attend As Independent mediator. Miss Jackson s father or. W. Jackson also attended the discussion. Mon aghan had. Broken with miss Jackson Over misunderstandings about her recent trip to am Erica. He said his reactions had resulted from Lack of knowledge of the visit particularly about the number of races miss Jackson would run in and the distances of them. Miss Jackson said she and her father had hot known details of the tour. Miss Jackson ran in a relay and a 100-Yards race in los Angeles on May 19. Negress Jean Patton Defeated her by two feet in the 100-Yards race. Miss Patton s time was 112 sec., half a second slower than miss Jackson s fiesta. Nabro Mene a Advance representatives for a circus and for Abuck jump show did very Good jobs of sticking up poster advertising their shows. They May have been pleased with the result of their labours but the Narromine Council s health and j building inspector or. C. Leape was not. In consequence the mat ter was brought before the stipendiary magistrate at the court of Petty sessions last week. The result was that both enterprises had to pay fines of �5 plus �10 costs. And they say it pays to advertise. For the above items we acknowledge the following papers a Central Western daily Orange watchman Cunn Mulla news Narromine. Herald Warren Liberal Dubbo Rise in Price of Tea hot Tea for cold runners despite torrential rain and Falls of Snow 25 botany . Run ners recently ran the 166 Miles from Sydney across the Blue mountains to Orange. Clad Only in the orthodox shorts Ana singlets each runner covered approximately 64 Miles at an ave rage Speed of 10 Miles per hour. An accompanying truck carried specially insulated stainless steel Tea containers known As Multi pots and each runner was Given a steaming hot cup of Tea every half hour. Captain of the team or. A. Hens Ley said the drinking of hot Tea prevented a single Case of cramp or discomfort. Sydney Marathon run ners who also drank hot Tea regularly on their \200 mile Road race from Canberra to Syd Fiey last year Are installing hot Tea containers in their dressing rooms. The drinking of hot Tea during strenuous athletic events was advocated by professor Frank Cotten of Sydney University who contends that the internal heating of the body is just As. Important As heat ing a motor before it races. Addressing the Burwood . Chamber of Commerce the austra Lian information officer of the Tea Bureau or. E. Colin Davis predicted that the future Price of Tea in Australia would be at least 4/ per Job. He. Said that generally the Cost of Tea production had trebled since the Wiar a Stivis pointed out that new zealand had recently increased the Price from 5/5 to 7/2 Aust. In Britain it is now 4/1 in ire land 3/4 Sweden 12/6 France 8/6 America 14/4 South Africa 7/6 Egypt 8/6 and Germany 28/11. Australians said or. Davis now consumed 50 million pounds of Tea per annul or 30 million cups every 24 hours. Casual advertising scale of charges casual advertising per Inch. 5 0 wanted lost Pound etc., per / half Inch. 3 6 births deaths marriages. 5 0 in me Morium notices ? 5 0 poetry for above per line. 8 casual advertisements As per above Are to be accompanied by Cash to ensure insertion. No new accounts will be opened for these advertisements. Rubber Stamps is with i tace delay Linen marking outfits from 3/ Cau and see Sample Book. In Western Herald we Are the sole agents in Bourke for Hilton we �68 1 bj88lllii. True h81.70n Quality in Gay colours that boys i i and girls will Loye. Fet. A ? i we Imre a very Nice Range of lotto sleeve Woolley spencers our store Fob i Quality i ? and j prices j la Hales co. Pay. Ltd. For everything my. W ill ? ? ? a m ii by u Ali ii ? ii ii Hii Iii Isby la ? 1. For service fit ones 3 & 327 i . Box 2# ? ii ii n in Mitiu. A a a a j personal items mrs. L. Mccredie of Sydney is 1 spending a Holiday with her Bro ther and sister in Law or. & mrs. Bill Maxwell. A a. A ? word was received from Bath urst on. Wednesday. 14th june. That a daughter had been born to or. & mrs. Jack Worthington. Congratulations. ? or. Ron Torpey of the local Post office has resumed work from sick leave and annual holi Days Ron is much improved As a result of an operation for tonsils. It. Roy Gower of the mail room staff at the local Post office has commenced his annual leave some of which will be spent in Sydney and Melbourne. Relief is being provided by Mary Behan of the Relief staff. The Stork has been Busy lately. Congratulations to the following to or. & mrs. Neil Mcleod on the arrival of a son on 15th june at Durham private Hospital to or. & mrs. Harold o Sullivan a son on tuesday 20th june to or. & mrs. Roy Honeyman a son on wednesday 14th june. Readers Are notified that this column is open for any suitable item of personal news without Cost. Help us to make the column More interesting or. Joe Connell of Mosman is on a Short visit to . & mrs. Jack Murray Are re 1 ceiling congratulations on the arrival of a son. J a. ? or. Jack Bye celebrated his 21st 1 birthday on thursday yesterday. 1 or. Jack Lii thread an sex Bourk Eite is on a visit to town and intends staying a few weeks. J j mrs. Chris Bloxham returned to Bourke yesterday after several i months abroad.? arms. Ron North and daughter Rhonda returned to Cro Nulla to Day. J. I or. Edgar Gainsford who has been on the temporary staff at the local railway left on this morning s train to take up duties j at Narromine. ? or. & mrs. Ross Randall and son Philip of Lumbardi Are. In 1 town. Having sold their property they intend to reside in the City. / or. & mrs. Joe Hogan and sons of Douth were in Torii on tuesday in route for a motor Holiday to Brisbane to visit or. Hogan s brother. Mrs. E. Webb of Bourke and miss Shirley Webb of Beuando were passengers on Jusli urday s plane to the Cit where mrs. Webb is to receive medical treat i 38�nt� 1 in a Short letter to this office or. Ben Ash of Zenolan caves j wishes to be remembered to ail Bou keites. He expects to go to Nengan shortly where he has been appointed electrical Engineer. 1 ? c a ? or. Bob Wood with or. Allan Bartley arrived Home in wednes Day night last with a new Vanguard car which will be used by or. Wood As a taxi the License having been granted him recently. A the death occurred at Guildford Sydney Early this week of mrs. J. Barnett. The deceased is a sister in Law of or. W. H. Sutton and she and her husband and family resided in this town for Many Sears. They should be remembered. By All old Bou keites. American negro Light weight Freddie Dawi Roh oud ass Kretia Lian Jack Hassen before a record crowd of 15,000 at Sydney stadium 011 monday night. Dawson gained a technical . In the seventh ground after he had knocked1 Hassen Down three times. Hassen put up a very game showing fought Back viciously in 4he sixth round and had Dawson groggy at one stage. Fighting with blood strewing Frobin two Cut eyebrows Hassen %ohapsed4 unaccountably in the seventh round and staggered Arouri blindly after the first i know ii Dawson showed that lie is vastly Superior Boxer and puncher to Hassen inc the australian never gave up trying and took the fight to Dawson in All but1 the final round. ? i. 7, lost lost one Gold. Sleeve link Ini. Tilled . Reward on returning co a Herald office. ? immediate delivery new Vauxhall 12 . Sedan by Vern. 4 Cylinder. Imported pan Els. Leather trim. Also Quick delivery new Vauxhall 18 . Sedan be lox. 6 Cylinder. New Vauxhall 12 . Sedan by Vern. 4 Cylinder. I further particulars a amorous motors i j Bourke District Flop Lialo ? tender for firewood. ? �?7$tenders Are invited for 590 tons of 3 to 4 feet a idea Wood to be delivered �0 Hospital. Do livery to commence As soon As possible. Tenders should be in writing and addressed to the undersized on or before 30th june Shaung Price per ton. , Secretary . Hospital. Ira of Kurt at Cheerio it re Flie ? Day Athel Meadows Dairy ? ? on ?. Wednesday 28th june primary proud users Are cordially invited to witness the famous Ferguson tractor a a a implements at work farm better farm faster Werni Ray Guson . A Dosen at state sections ? close contest the state elections were held last saturday and the re sult shows that the Tabor. Party if they get the support of. The two certain independents will probably have a majority of two. Both parties a re awaiting the results in a few doubtful seats. The rain is hampering the return of ballot boxes in the whole state. Castlereagh electorate the voting in Bourke yeas As Fol lows Campbell ? ? 155 Kili i. ?138 i Gien ? ? ? 36 Tenshaw ? ? 608 the 4 results from other places give the following figures a non gang Campbell 100, Knight 238, Langbien 4, Renshaw 575 i .1 h i ? i m ii returned for Castlereagh my. J. B. Renshaw latest figures re 14 Knight. ? ? 3596 Lar Bien ?. .86 Renshaw. 6200 ? or. Richard Westall word was received in Bourke on sunday that or. Richard Westell had passed away at Hospital Sydney Fiat Day at the age of 19 years. The deceased had not enjoyed Good health for the past few years and on his last illness had been an inmate of Lewisham Hospital for month. ? the late or. Dick Westall was a Well known identity of the town and one of the Best known drovers in the far West. He was a very reliable and conscientious Man at his work and his services were in great demand. It would be hard to Hazard a guess at the number of sheep and cattle that have been shifted by the late Dick Westall during his length in period of time As a drover. Be learn that the deceased has a sister living in Adelaide but had i Al Tives ii the Western area lil this tithe body was brought Back to Bourke by wednesday evening s train and the remains were to Terr Ediin the Imrch of England portion of the local cemetery on thursday morning Bro. Tom con ducting the last sad rites at the graveside

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