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Canberra Times (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
National Library of Australia regular Road transport services for goods from Sydney and Melbourne to Canberra # Avail yourself of Safe reliable transport facilities from the first firm to commence interstate operations after the last War. Incomplete weather Protection for All types of goods. # full insurance cover provided. Details from leu Griffiths . Manager. Mccoll interstate transport pay. Ltd. 167 Crawford ., Queanbeyan. Tel Queanbeyan 720 .1 jul Mccoll Road service is the Only speedy and efficient method of bringing Yourt goods from the capital cities. Then on to England for the glorious Spring travel Lloyd triest1nq to Maples or Genoa Europe in Winter wins Many attractions for tourists the Snow sports he unmatched filmy of the dolomites opera att festivals horse racing the italian Derb and other famous. Equestrian Sussis Lloyd Tristino s Bis it1�wwps Gaff Ufeu \ Australia Oceania. Nel Tuni first and tourist. Classes provide car Nisi . Row a modern Comfort and a cuisine second to none. ? six sailings Between August mid Mccu Nibur. ?.t or Lloyd Triestino line l null particulars Irum Gilchrist Watt & . Ltd 5 o Connell Street Sydney Tel. by 17m i opened my Cheque account with �5 Deposit now i have a regular weekly routine. I pay my wages into my . Cheque account and Send cheques by Post to Settle my Bills. This saves time and i Don need to carry much Cash about with me. In addition using a Cheque account provides a simple record which has helped me to budget my finances and plan my your nearest . Bank manager would be glad to show you How easy is to open a personal Cheque no . A Australia and new zealand Bank limited Over s00 brandies and agencies. Throughout Australia Ana. New zealand in Fiji Papua and new Guinea and in London ? .1. Agents throughout the worlds. A. M. Info manager Canberra Branch a d. R. Ralph manager Kingston Branch to England m Vul sues Book Early. Local agents Cal Thorde City phone j3255 la Verne Beauty Salom grand opening to Day a wednesday August 10, 1955 ladies last you can have Liat modernistic hair style individually interpreted just for you. Perms look lovelier and last longer. I air tinting which will make you look your Best. Smart cuttings and settings j by professional beauticians with years of i Sydney experience. Alinga Street j upstairs next door Devon House appointments Salon or j2934 Between 6 . And 9 . And set these useful presents Bonus present no. 1 for 36 via. Labels. Lie finest Quality Irish Linen r e d Glass Towel size 22" x 32". Bonus present no. 2 for 48 i la. Labels. Ono English Dorcas Pillow Case silo .19" x 30". Bonus present no. 3 for 80 vile. Labels. One australian mad o coloured super Tex Bath Towel size 24 " x 48" available in assorted coloured stripes. Bonus present no. F for 99 i in. English i. Damask i i coloured Border hem med table cloth Green Blu or Gold Bor de size 52" 52". All he above Are of the highest Quality and we Tec sure will please you. Write for particulars Lan Choo Tea co., 344-372 Kent Street set Ney. Cyl. Wyvern 6-Cyl. Velox we extend this invitation to those people who know and appreciate Fine cars. For Vauxhall styling was never so distinctive. Interiors never so Rich. Vauxhall ride and running never so quiet smooth and steady. .1 and. In the cd filing new Vauxhall you will find the motoring enjoyment that comes with ample Power generous room and effortless handling ease. Enhancing All this is the knowledge that Here you have a truly distinguish cd car without Hish Cost. Sec your local Vauxhall dealer now the Beautiful new Vauxhall Interior seats 5 or 6 in Comfort. Features colourful new styling improved driving vision and handsome new instrument ? panel As practical As is Beautiful. Vauxhall features integral body Coo Striction controlled synchro mesh gears in lanced ride suspension Slick proof re circus lifting Ball steer ing. Both the vivid 23.44 . . 6 Cylinder Velox and the Thrifty 15.63 . O.h.vy4 Cylinder wyvern engines arc furl her improved with chromed top rings for longer bore life. Ask your Vauxhall dealer about the . Confidential hire Purchase arrangements. Ask your dealer too about the built for Vauxhall air chief car radio. Prices wyvern �920 Velox �980. All prices plus tax general motors Holden s Ltd. Esmond s motors Canberra Ltd. Mort Street Braddon Canberra phone j 1383 or buy from your local authorised dealer sold and serviced by Vauxhall dealers throughout Australia vp3/3j. V j Forbes settler alleges Savage assault by mayor and nephews Forbes tuesday. A 37-year-old Soldier sculler claimed to Day Ilia lie had been assaulted by Llie mayor of Forbes and Hoo of die mayor s nephews and left naked in a Lanb. He said while he was being attacked by the nephews the mayor had screamed kick i the guts out of the of the Soldier settler Ajin John Pollard a Dairy 1 Armer of Jei iia Iong near Forbes was giving evidence in Forbes Quarter ses Sions. The mayor of Forbes Hubert George Mafeking Gunn 55, Fin Ancier of Grenfell Street Forbes and his. I two nephews Peter Gunn 24, agent of temp Lar Street Forbes and Barry Gunn 20, Mercer of Rankin Street Forbes have been charged with common assault. They have also been charged with having assaulted Bollard occasioning him actual bodily harm Forbes on january 8. All have pleaded not guilty Bollard told the court1 that he was first assaulted by three men two of whom were Peter and Barry Gunn As lie tried to get into his car outside the club House hotel on the night of january 8. Y i ? i just collapsed to the Road Way he said. Pollard claimed that when he Cameto he was lying inthe Middle of. The Roadway yith Peter arid Barry gun i kicking him. Bollard said Hubert Gunn kicked him in the face above the eyes and he lost consciousness. He said when he came to his clothes were in tatters. Pollard said he staggered up the Street to a cafe to Call pol ice but just As a voice answered he received a heavy blow on the Back of the neck and his head waa bashed against the Wall. A turned and saw babe Gunn and another Man punching me he said. The mayor scratched my face and Tore the earpiece from my hand while the other Marj was punching me he continued. Bollard said he again collapsed ? and when he recovered he was lying in a Lane the rear of the cafe with Only his boots and socks on. ? my clothes were heaped around me he said. To or. W. S. Webb . For the gunns Bollard admitted having bean convicted for driving under the influence. He said he later Learned that the lad killed in the Accident was. Related to the gunns. Bollard denied claiming that tie grins were responsible for his conviction. He i told or Webb he had been acquitted in respect of Tho youth s death. Bollard said he had been convicted of giving false information in leading police to believe to was not the Driver of a car concerned in an Accident. To denied that he had been banned from nearly every hotel in Forbes but admitted. Having been asked not to drink in some of also denied having insulted Gunn on the Day of the alleged assault. I the hearing was adjourned. Field Day of presentation of contest prizes trophies won in the recent Merino Ewe Competition will by presented a ii Ald Day to be held or. H. J. Mccormick s property Tugger Anong a next monday. " or. Mccormack s entry won the . Section of the com pet Tion. Messes. . And k. K. Kilby of Hill wore second and to. A. Southwell and co., of Yam Road third. The Field Day will commence 1.3o . And the presentation will Trice place 4.30 . The trophies were donated by or. N. C. Coulton of Hall and a of Odgers and Calthorpe of can Berra and Queen Bryan. A. Lecture on Hydatid will be Given by or. H. R. Pensley veterinary officer of the Commonweal 111 department of Ileal a. Another nil incr of the Ide Paru Niento or. E. N. Bolas will lec Ture on Fluke in sheep and cattle. Afternoon Tea will be served. Mother admits stealing �272 from employer a typist mrs. Joan Veronica Wonnacott 32, of Foveaux ., Airi Slie was placed on trial in the Canberra court of Petty sessions yesterday on a charge if embezzling �272/12/11 from her employer George Pitt an electrical contractor. Wonnacott who pleaded guilty will appear for sentence in tha . Supreme court Ait a Date to be fixed. She was placed on �15 bail Ani advised by the magistrate or. F. C. P. Mceane to seek Legal assist Ance. " George Pitt electrical contractor of Lonsdale Street Braddon said the woman had been employed As a Book keeper from March i95 her Dii tics included the com piling of1 Vages from time sheets of employees. V an accountant Bruce Edward Owens of Tennyson Crescent Forrest carried out an audit of the firm s / records on March 2. He discovered the discrepancy Tif �272/12/11. Detective rat. B. A. To Rochford said that when he interviewed i he woman she said is a Contr Story and a somewhat sordid one. I ii ret a Chap who i later Nunda vomit was no Rood i am five months pregnant from Hini he started getting Money from me.1 gave him poll the Noney i Hudi arid then i started taking Money from or. Pitt. He pit by thing i took. I oot Only 0, v Ith which i Bonett a g ? to Raviv Small amount for my cd ,mrcni7 ? ? book1 of the firm. If or tidy i. I showed pm a levees no working overtime and Drew Aronov ont for that and f Ket myself. T also Kent some Nonoy which had been sent Over to be Sprik sgt. Ron Ford said Wonnacott had repaid the Money to the firm
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