For more information, call the Roswell Recreation Department at AP — Terrence Jones highlighted a point performance with a run on his own and No. Anthony Davis had 16 points and 10 rebounds despite briefly leaving the game when he hurt his right shoulder in a scramble for a loose ball.
Darius Miller added 13 points, including three 3-pointers for Kentucky , Southeastern Conference , which has won 13 straight. Jones had the last four points of the first half, then helped Kentucky break the game open by scoring the first nine of the second half on two dunks, a fast-break layup and another basket inside as he was fouled. His last of 13 straight points in the game gave Kentucky a lead.
AP — Kim English scored 19 points in the first half, Marcus Denmon added 13 after the break and Missouri had just enough to avoid a second straight upset with a shaky victory over Texas Tech. English had 22 points, Denmon scored 19 despite 4-for shooting and Phil Pressey matched his career best with 12 assists.
Missouri remained unbeaten at home, three days after an upset loss at Oklahoma State. AP — Brandon Triche had 18 points, including a pair of free throws that broke the final tie with 88 seconds left, and Syracuse beat West Virginia. But when Kris Joseph snared the rebound and tried to dribble away, he fell out of bounds with 6. Kevin Jones missed a 3 from the left corner at the buzzer and Syracuse hung on.
Syracuse , Big East has won 13 of the past 14 games against West Virginia , Jones led West Virginia with 20 points and eight rebounds. Ryan Kelly scored 16 points and Andre Dawkins added 14 for the Blue Devils , who led by 22 with 17 minutes left but shot just 30 percent in the second half while the Red Storm rallied. Moe Harkless had 30 points and In the third quarter, we were right there with them, David Anaya pound-weight class , Bishop Whiteside and Luis Terrazas all won their respective weight classes for Goddard.
Other top finishers for. Austin Rivers finished with 12 points for the Blue Devils, who claimed their 94th straight nonconference victory at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Harrison had 21 points for St. Lamar Patterson added 18 points, seven assists and four rebounds for the Panthers , Big East , who never trailed while improving to against Top 10 teams at the Petersen Events Center.
The Panthers won their second straight following an eight-game losing streak. Jae Crowder had 20 points and 11 rebounds for Marquette , Big East and played just as big a role in the second half as Johnson-Odom in helping the Golden Eagles win their sixth straight game. JayVaughn Pinkston led Villanova , with 17 points. Maurice Sutton had 11 points and 10 rebounds. Villanova had the lead with left when Maalik Wayns was whistled for a technical.
Johnson-Odom hit two free throws and Crowder tied it on a driving layup. Johnson-Odum made it , putting Marquette ahead for good. AP — Steven Pledger scored 30 points and Oklahoma weathered a second-half charge by Kansas State and some tense moments down the stretch to give coach Lon Kruger a victory over his former team.
McGruder finished with 19 points for the Wildcats , , who trailed by 10 in the second half but went on a run and later pulled into the lead. Pius X. Sunday, Jan. NBC — U. Championships, at San Jose,. Cleveland at Boston, 4 p. Toronto at New Jersey, 4 p.
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Clippers, p. Divisional Playoffs Saturday, Jan. Giants 37, Green Bay Conference Championships Sunday, Jan. Giants 20, San Francisco 17, OT. AP — Isaiah Pead took a stutter step forward, then raced to the left sideline and traveled 60 yards up the field before finally getting tripped up by a leg tackle. The first one set up a field goal and helped Pead outshine bigger names to earn Most Valuable Player honors. The rest was just ability.
Purdue kicker Carson Wiggs put it away with his third short field goal, a yarder with left in the showcase for senior NFL prospects. Foles had gotten the South into the end zone by firing a yard touchdown pass to Arizona teammate Juron Criner with left in the game. It was an up-and-down day for a crew of quarterbacks with sparkling college credentials, but threw a combined five interceptions. It was mostly up for Pead, who only had 74 yards on eight punt returns as a senior. The 5-foot, pounder did rush for 1, yards and 12 touchdowns and gained a team-high 31 yards on eight carries in the Senior Bowl.
I think he may have answered some questions today. Cousins completed 5 of 11 passes for yards but threw an interception. Moore, who won an college-record 50 games as a starting quarterback, was 6-of passing for 50 yards, and had a yarder to set up the final field goal that put the North up two scores.
Wilson completed 4 of 7 passes for 45 yards with an 8-yard touchdown pass to Marvin Jones in the second quarter. He also threw an interception. I think I waited a little bit too long on that one. Other than that, I came back. I had amnesia and just forgot about it and got the ball in the end zone there. GOLF 11 a. FSN — Oregon St. ABC — Chicago at Miami p.
He had a yarder and a yarder in the third quarter. Criner gained 77 yards on six catches. Foles almost got the South back in it earlier, but his fourth-down pass from the 13 was incomplete with left in the third quarter. He had the best stat line of the six quarterbacks. The 6-foot-3, pound Robinson caught it coming across the middle and raced down the right sideline.
It was the second time on the drive Cousins had thrown for a nice gain on third down, hitting T. Graham North Carolina State for 22 yards earlier. Stopping the run and forcing the opposition into passing situations will let loose possibly the best group of pass rushers in the NFL. It was the formula the Giants used in in pounding Tom Brady and stunning the previously unbeaten New England Patriots in the Super Bowl — and the game plan hasn't changed for next weekend's title game rematch in Indianapolis.
The Giants want Brady on edge every time he passes. Throw a ball. Expect to be hit. Even the threat of being hit might be enough to influence a play. And that just might be the difference with a ring at stake. That was pretty much the reason why we were in the game, because we kept him off-rhythm," defensive end and captain Justin Tuck said.
The way to kill the snake is to take off his head. The way to kill an offense as potent as that one is making sure you take care of Brady. Our defensive front will put a lot of pressure on itself to make sure that we do our best to get after him.
They have added nine more in their three playoff wins. What makes the pass rush so formidable is that it's not only four guys. The Giants' line is eight deep. Tuck and backup defensive end Dave Tollefson had five apiece, Chris Canty added four and fellow tackle Linval Joseph had two. Defensive coordinator Perry Fewell says not only does his line get to the quarterback, they get on each other.
When the linemen hold their meeting, it's more than a review of the game or practice — it's trash-talking time. Basically you can say that we are greedy but in a good way, to help our team out. We try to get there quick enough to help our secondary cover better and try to get to the quarterback as fast as we can. We're just not fighting for sacks. We are fighting for playing time as well. Everybody want to be the guy but at the end of the day, it's about the win and that's what also is important.
In the Giants' Super Bowl win in Arizona, he absorbed five sacks and was hit nine times, although the Giants insist the hit total was a lot higher. There's no doubt about that," Brady said. They get a lot of turnovers. They put a lot of pressure on you with their front four.
They have a big, physical group that plays really well together. You watch them play against the 49ers; they played a great game defensively. They gave up two points against Atlanta which was on a defensive score.
They're a great football team, they have a great defense. Every time we play them, it's, you talk about their defense, their pass rush. And that could put the head of the snake in danger. But, hey, that's Justin. He's a great player. Trust me, we truly respect that guy, respect what he's done for the league, what he's doing for his team, but we can't worry about that part.
We have to worry about what we're doing and the snake will do his part. Not only are the Giants getting to the passer, New York's secondary has settled down after a season of miscommunication.
Matt Ryan, Aaron Rodgers and Alex Smith frequently had to go to second and third options in recent weeks because the secondary took away the primary receiver, giving the line more time to get to the quarterback.
And the Giants intend to get to Brady again. And that's exactly what we plan on doing," Umenyiora said. Then, the year-old launched a shot that was just as majestic. On another clear day along the Pacific coast, it was hard not to notice. In a familiar performance — even if the name might not be all that familiar now — Stanley overpowered the South Course on Saturday on his way to a 4-under 68 that gave him a five-shot lead going into the final round at the Farmers Insurance Open. Stanley chose to lay up on the par-5 18th with the large pond in front, and spun a wedge near the hole to about 4 feet.
About his only regret in the third round was missing that putt. One last birdie would have broken the hole tournament record that Woods set in , before Rees Jones beefed up the South Course to 7, yards for the U. Stanley grew up outside Seattle when Woods ruled the sport.
All through his school, he kept a poster of Woods over his bed. Azarenka routed threetime Grand Slam winner Maria Sharapova , in 1 hour, 22 minutes on Saturday night, winning 12 of the last 13 games after dropping her first service game and falling behind Just the perfect ending and the. Her previous best performance at a major was a semifinal loss to Petra Kvitova at Wimbledon last year.
Sharapova had all the experience, being in her sixth major final and having won three — dating to her Wimbledon title. Azarenka became only the third woman to earn the No. Sharapova lost in straight sets, , She moved from No. The third-seeded Azarenka set up championship point with a stunning forehand, her 14th clean winner, and sealed it when Sharapova netted a backhand.
She dropped to her knees at the baseline with her hands over her face. She got up, held her hands up and jogged over to her coach, Sam Sumyk, in the stands to celebrate. Against Sharapova, she maintained the frenetic movement that has been the hallmark of her performance in Australia, her 25th consecutive major.
She won the Sydney International title last weekend and is on a match winning streak — the first player since to win a WTA tour event the week before winning a major. I was always the one running around like a rabbit, you know, trying to play catch-up all the time.
When Sharapova won the first two games, there was no indication of how lopsided the match would be. Azarenka took control after holding for the first time, breaking Sharapova.
Azarenka started dictating the points, coming to the net at times, hitting winners from the baseline and forcing the year-old Russian to the extremes on both sides of the court. Sharapova seemed barely able to move by comparison, and had 30 unforced.
The second set was completely lopsided and lasted only 36 minutes, with Sharapova winning only 12 points. He finally won two months ago against an 18man field in California. On Saturday, against the strongest field golf has seen in at least three months, Woods shot a 6-under 66 for a share of the lead with Robert Rock going into the final round of the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship.
The topic suddenly shifts from the state of his swing and his health. Woods has a record worldwide when he has at least a share of the lead going into the final round, and a win would be the first time since August. It was a memorable performance by the American, mostly for his ability to hit fairways, tame the par 5s and sink clutch putts — including a 6-footer for birdie on the final hole.
I stayed away from trouble and tried to keep the ball. Rock, at No. Also two back at 9-under were Rory McIlroy, who played with Woods for the third straight day and had a 68, keeping the No. Francesco Molinari 66 and Paul Lawrie 68 also were tied for third.
This was the first time in 20 months — dating to The Players Championship in — that he broke par in the opening three rounds of any tournament. It was his lowest score since a 66 in the second round of the Masters last year, and his first time atop the leaderboard in a full-field event since he won the Australian Masters in November Woods was two shots back after the second round, but started climbing up the leaderboard Saturday with an opening birdie, followed by another on No.
He stepped up his game on the back nine and grabbed a share of the lead after he just missed an eagle putt on 10 and settled for a birdie. He briefly took the outright lead with a birdie on Lawrie, the British Open champion, showed some of the form he displayed when he finished second at the Dubai World Championship in December.
He strung together birdies on 10 and 11 to tie Woods for the lead, fell back with bogeys on 14 and 17 and then recovered to birdie the 18th. Molinari and Hanson also bounced back from opening round 74s to move into contention. Molinari had five birdies on his back nine, while the 47th-ranked Swede had eight birdies in his round — including three on the last five holes — in a bogey-free round to finish with the lowest score of the day.
Open champion McIlroy also is still in the mix, a day after he had two double bogeys, including on the 9th when he was penalized for brushing away sand in front of his ball. He only had one bogey to go with five birdies Saturday, but the yearold Northern Irishman was forced to scramble several times to save par, including on the 18th when an errant drive went into nearby rocks and almost into a pond.
Melvin Ejim added 15 points for the Cyclones , Big 12 , who had lost 13 straight to Kansas since their last victory in White, a 39 percent free-throw shooter in Big 12 games, hit a pair to put Iowa State up with left. Kansas threw the ball away and Chris Babb drained a 3 to give the Cyclones an eight-point lead with Thomas Robinson had 13 points, but he committed five turnovers and the Jayhawks were outrebounded Kansas caught the Cyclones napping to start the second half and took its biggest lead to that point, , thanks to an run.
But big man Anthony Booker brought Iowa State back, sinking a rare 3-pointer to put the Cyclones ahead with left. Robinson then blew an open dunk and White hit two layups — one a reverse he spun off the glass — to make it Iowa State with left. White also had five assists, and Scott Christopherson finished with 14 points for the Cyclones.
Iowa State fed off the energy of its second sellout crowd of the year and jumped on the Jayhawks early. Booker drilled a 3 and Babb followed with a steal and layup that put Iowa State ahead , prompting Kansas coach Bill Self to call timeout. Kansas finally took a lead on an impressive scoop through traffic from Taylor with left before the break. Iowa State rallied to grab the halftime advantage, , despite committing 13 turnovers in the first 20 minutes. The Cyclones led in part because of their defense on Robinson.
He was 1-of-6 shooting in the first half and traveled three times trying to free himself up for shots in the paint. Kansas certainly knew what Iowa State was capable of after the Cyclones threw a scare into the Jayhawks in Lawrence two weeks ago. Iowa State led at halftime back on Jan. The Cyclones might have been able to pull off that upset had they shot better than 2 of 15 from 3-point range in the second half. Donovan wanted Young to play with more energy, more passion and more enthusiasm.
Clearly, Young embraced the challenge. Young scored 12 points off the bench, making several crowd-rousing plays in the second half, and No. Bradley Beal led the Gators with 19 points. Erik Murphy added 14, including 11 in the first half, and Erving Walker finished with 10 thanks to a 3-pointer with 10 seconds remaining. Coming off a physical game Thursday night at Mississippi, the Gators , Southeastern Conference started a little sluggish Saturday but really got things rolling in the second half.
Mississippi State ,. The Gators made enough plays down the stretch to secure their second win in six games against the Bulldogs. Florida also improved to in short-turnaround games Thursday-Saturday over the last three seasons. Emery was an area scout for the Bears from and replaces Jerry Angelo, who was fired after an injury-riddled season.
Emery and New England Patriots director of pro personnel Jason Licht were finalists and both interviewed twice. The Bears dropped five in a row after a start, spoiling a promising season before closing with a win at Minnesota. Chicago has now missed the playoffs four times in five years following a trip to the Super Bowl after the season. Angelo was fired two days later, though he was signed through The Bears also parted with offensive coordinator Mike Martz, who had an expiring contract, and quarterbacks coach Shane Day but made it clear head coach Lovie Smith was safe for next season.
Another criteria was to be able to work well with Smith, an area where Emery was thought to have the edge because of his previous ties with the Bears. From , Emery served as director of college scouting for the Atlanta Falcons and also worked as a regional scout for the Falcons leading up to the draft. Emery started his career as a student assistant at his alma mater, Wayne State, before joining Central Michigan as a graduate assistant.
He made his last collegiate stop as the director of strength and conditioning services and as an associate professor at the U. Naval Academy from But he was undone on several fronts — especially this season when backup Caleb Hanie struggled mightily after Cutler was hurt.
Emery inherits a team that could use help on both lines, in the secondary and at wide receiver. They never recovered, though, once they lost Cutler. Young made 6 of 11 shots and added six rebounds. He was active on both ends, grabbing three offensive boards, taking two charges and scoring in a variety of ways. Still dealing with tendinitis in his right ankle, Young showed no issues with the nagging injury. He had three dunks and a putback in the final 12 minutes that helped turn the game.
It really shows in Pat. Pat just comes out and just tries to do whatever it takes for him to push us to the limit and get us all going.
Dee Bost also scored 12 points. The Gators used pressing, trapping defense to force the Bulldogs into 14 turnovers. Florida trapped Bost on every pick-and-roll play, often forcing the ball out of his hands and trying to wear him down. But Boynton had five assists and no turnovers, an encouraging sign for Donovan. The Gators, who lead the nation in 3s, hit 11 of 24 from behind the arc.
Beal was 3 of 4 from behind the arc. Murphy proved to be even more dangerous, hitting 4 of 7. Offer may be used A single cut of fabricfor any one item of regular price only. One coupon per custo mer per day. Must prese Offer is not valid with nt original coupon at time of purch ase. Excludes custom framin any other coupon, discount or previous purchase.
Wanda passed away in Granbury, Texas. Graveside services will be at South Park Cemetery Jan. Henry Max Perkins of Las Cruces, will do the graveside services. Wanda was one of nine children. She was bor n May 24, , in Tuttle, Okla. Baker and Ira L. Baker, who preceded her in death. Baker, preceded her in death. Riley; and brother Jerry Wayne Baker. Wanda and first husband Carl E. Spencer, who preceded her in death, had six children.
Survivors are Carl G. Spencer, Carol A. Reed, Patsy J. Murfin, Sherry A. Ames, Susan L. Gray and Michael E.
Numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, greatgreat-grandchildren and lots more family and friends survive her. Brandes, also preceded her in death. You may share your thoughts with the family online at lagronefuneralchapels. Accidents Jan. Services have been scheduled at Jan.
The Rev. Cecil Kimberlin, chaplain of Vista Care Hospice, will officiate. Jerry was an infant when his parents, Earl and Opal Frazier, moved their family to Melrose. Coursing Club formed. Basketball Club formed. The pool committee was formed in , with the plans being brawn up in and again Official opening of Aerodrome and air service from Dubbo. Tennis Courts constructed in Victoria Park. Balcony of Macquarie View Hotel collapsed. Tracker Riley played a leading role in the investigation.
Government recruitment scheme. Toilet block added to the Drill Hall in Darling Street. New Weir on Macquarie River south of town constructed. Military Camp established. New Ambulance Station in Brisbane Street opened. West Dubbo School opened. Never used as a wool store. Technical College opened.
Seven Seas Stamps established. Abattoirs established and construction commenced. Flood level markers were placed around the CBD. Bonds Industries factory closes. Television introduced to Australia — but not yet in Dubbo. Macquarie County Council began. Errol Serisier died in Sydney. Dubbo and District Public Library opened.
Dubbo Rescue Squad formed. Parkes Radio Telescope opened. Commencement of the construction of the new South Dubbo High School building. L Waterhouse as principal. Police Station in Brisbane Street constructed. Population 15, Gaol officially closed as a prison in August. Dubbo High School celebrated 50 years of teaching. Ansett Aviation Repair Workshop built.
Ford Bridge opened, 26th September. Macquarie Private Hospital opened in Fitzroy Street. City Caravan Park opened, 9th June. City Council held a special meeting on 24th April to celebrate the Centenary of the first Municipal Council meeting. Wambangalang Field Study Centre opened.
John Gilbert Water Filtration Plane started. Ethel Steadman died, 15th January. Daily Liberal moved office to Wheelers Lane. Dubbo Nursing Home opened. New Water Filtration opened. Delroy High School opened. New Court Complex opened. Post Office moved to Talbragar Street. Orana Community College extended. Dubbo Christian School opened. Grace Bros took over Myers Store. Gil Henderson th Birthday, 13th July. Disastrous Christmas Day Bushfires.
Macquarie Electricity moved to Hawthorne Street. Serisier Bridge in Erskine Street opened 21st February. Dundullimal Homestead restored and opened to the public. Building of the Royal Coach completed. Fletchers International Abattoirs opened. Dubbo opened its doors to victims from Nyngan flooding. First roundabout constructed at Whylandra and Victoria Streets. Fire damage to Delroy High School, 12th July. Chernobyl children visit Dubbo.
First cremation at Western Districts Crematorium. Tracker Riley Cycle Way opened 20th June. Work commenced on Juvenile Justice Centre. Collection into storage at the Airport. Renamed Western Plains Cultural Centre. Police moved to St. Robson forwarded in by Janet Robson, widow of R. The one that I took in shows the palm trees 20 years older. I got my 1st set of page ledgers there in and was awful proud of my advancement seeing that I started work at South Grafton Branch in Feb Another in July p East Maitland Lawes Street photo supplied by Ron Armstrong, who states that it is still operating as a retail branch.
Slade then W. In any case the Eugowra local progress association has purchased the building and are to house a local credit union and others. Managers: W. Mead J. Bowring W. Clement G. Dart K. Webster B. Douglass H. Evans Col R Bray J. Culham M. King J. OConnell J. Gandey I. Federal is a small village north of Lismore Commerc of Syd Branch established rd Report. When asked about banks in the town, she replied without prompting that; "The Commercial Bank purchased a block of land opposite my parents business and home, in which I now live, but a building was never constructed" The site now contains the village tennis court and park.
Branch opened in The Bank also bought an allotment in Fernmount, but this was sold following closure of the branch. Information and greyscale photo supplied by Geoff Chapman. The tunnel is accessible from the cellars of the hotel and is a tourist attraction. John Beer advises: In the main street of Forbes, the Albion is a sprawling hotel with all the florid ornamentation typical of the Victorian Era, now handsomely restored to life.
Gold would be transported through the tunnels rather than above ground to foil the local bushrangers. The cellar also houses the "Bushrangers Hall of Fame", which tells the fascinating tale of such notorious locals as Ben Hall. Near the staff room at the rear of the Banking Chamber is a trapdoor and ladder descending to a former tunnel entrance. The tunnel extended about a quarter of a km under the street and exited at the Albion Hotel.
A tower on top of the Albion Hotel still there enabled a lookout to advise the Branch when the coach was approaching. The end of the tunnel and room where any transaction took place, has now been set up as a tourist attraction at the Hotel. Criterion F. Criterion A. Criterion E. The bank was constructed in to the design of architects, Mansfield Brothers. Of two storeys, the bank is constructed of stuccoed brick.
There is a projecting entrance porch on the ground floor, decorated with rusticated stucco and impost trim; the entrance is arched. This projecting porch is continued in the upper floor where it terminates in a pediment.
The building has a verandah to both floors which has iron lace balustrading to both floors. Clad with tiles is the hipped roof whose eaves are supported by paired brackets. The chimneys are corniced and have rounded tops. Windows to the ground floor are round arched and have keystone, impost and label mould trim; on the upper floor facade are French doors.
The Branch was located in the shopfront in the bottom right hand corner of the 'photo Now Video Ezy. One of the richest agricultural and pastoral districts in the Riverina. The bank continued to conduct business until when it was closed. It is currently occupied by Bruce Shepherd and Co as agent for Dalgety Winchcombe and incorporates their residence. Known as the Sheaf Hay Centre of Australia, the region produces some of the finest chaff in the land by using harvesting methods that are centuries old.
This is one of only a few places in Australia where the ancient crafts of stooking, sheaving, binding and hay-stack building are practiced. Has continually housed significant institutions - commencing with the Commercial Bank. One of three substantial brick institutional buildings which contribute to the character of the east side of Ford Street. The building remains largely in its original condition. The glass front door and awning are not original. Physical Description Freestanding single storey brick building in Federation style.
Corrrugated iron roof. Prominent twin gables to street with roughcast render, pilasters, and Romanesque arches. Attached residence has twin timber columns supporting an extensive verandah. It is currently occupied by Bruce Shepherd and Co, as stock and station business and residence. The building is in fair condition with several pressing maintenance issues and one major structural problem.
The structural problem is movement of the pier holding up the front corner of the verandah. This has rotated our and will continue to do so over time. Otherwise brickwork is in generally good GoogleEarth photo identified by Geoff Chapman and confirmed by a member of Ganmain Historical Society. It is now a private residence occupied by Bruce's sidow, Jenny. Germanton was the original name of Holbrook. Bill Frost advises that the town name was changed to Holbrook due to anti-German feeling in the war.
Located in Wellington Street Geurie 1 street to the west of the highway 2 doors from the Police Station. A brick building with galvanised iron roof and with cast iron ornamentation. Ashroc on Flickr. Old house next door was Mrs Hitchins.
Photo below is as NAB. Photo by John Munro. Sourced by John Beer. Gladstone Pre in s Opened th Report ; listed in th Report photo from the Macleay Argus. I just came across my Home on your website. We love living in our own Bank. We have spent a lot of time lovingly caring for her. Kind regards Tania and Alan Cummins. Glen Innes Grey Street c. My understanding is that he was there from at least until December I presume that he probably provided this information to the compiler.
The reason for sending this message is that the building you show for Glen Innes on your site is quite a bit grander than when Frederick William Long was there. I am attaching a photo of this building which I hope is of interest.
The Bank possibly rented a shop for their branch until they erected the more substantial building shown on your site. Heritage Listed. Architects were Mansfield Brothers. Sheep and cattle grazing, butter factory, dairy farming and timber are the main industries. During that period, the Bank moved premises from Church Street into Queen Street, but after 47 years, returned to virtually its original site.
The new substantial brick building was occupied in November At the time of the building, there was much conjecture as to whether the main shopping centre would move away from Church Street. The remarks of an official of the Bank in are quite interesting, in supporting the move to purchase the Queen Street. He saed that this Bank's premises was where he thought the attempt would be made.
Although not inclined to take a very serious view of the matter, I thought it as well to take the precaution of getting the junior officer to sleep on the premises in the meantime, as well as myself. Managers have been: Thomas Honeyman; A. Hays; Soiling; J. Evans; B. MacAndrew; W. Highfield; G. Faircloth; J. McCrackan; E. Heath; G. Mills; F. Lumley; M. Kingsmill; S. Farrell; J.
Judd; C. Hinton; A. Chapman; G. Camp; G. Smith; C. Pictured are two buildings constructed by the National Australia Bank in Gloucester: below, the first in Queen Street; opposite the Post Office, occupied by Gloucester Shire Council up to ; and the lower picture shows the current premises in Church street.
These two photos are shown joined together as extracted from the publication. Gloucester 69 Church Street FP in the bank moved to 'modern' building in Church Street in virtually the same location as the premises. Advised by past Manager Richard McCredie and confirmed by Kevin Nicol who says: "I remember Harold Lee telling me that he was instructed, while auditing at Brewarrina, to proceed to Goodooga to open a branch.
He said he arrived and arranged to rent space, a table and a couple of chairs but before he could set up, they had to clear the room out. Apparently, a bullock had been dressed in the room the night before, so you can imagine the mess.
I'm almost sure Harold said the head, hide and hooves were still in one corner of the room. When Goodooga branch closed, Richard became Manager Trangie. Frost F. Durie, K. Nicol R. Hawke D. Malligan R. I think he was riding a horse in the picture accompanying the story. I have every copy of "Current Accounts" and have seen the article somewhere in my collection of every issue of the magazine, but can't find it!
It may have been in one of the quarterley Newsletters too at one stage, but I only have a few of those. They banked there when Harold Lee was there and also knew Kerry Bridge when he was a junior there. I said that I had a story of the opening of the branch and would send him a copy.
Ness undertook a methods study in State Bank across the road around Generally the agent did no more than discount bills, mostly promissory notes, on behalf of the bank, retaining an agreed percentage of the discount, as his commission. He was not on the bank's payroll, nor did he operate on bank premises. At that time the Agent apparently had on his staff a teller and a ledgerkeeper who were officers of the bank.
FOX, of Goulburn, acting manager of the local branch of the Commercial Bank of Sydney, accidentally shot himself through the chest with a revolver when cleaning it yesterday, and he died this morning from the effects of the wound. Goulburn branch photographed 17 October A really nice building with beautiful raised "Commercial Banking Company of Sydney Limited" lettering.
Lion Hotel 2nd. Muirhead Buildings 3rd. Later the bank moved into premises in Prince Street then known as the Muirhead Buildings. Due to new gold rushes on the Clarence in the early 's the banking businesses boomed. The Banking Companies were encouraged to erect new banks.
All were very grand and impressive buildings for their day, especially for country branches. The Bank of N. The Commercial Banking Co. The interior fittings are of beautifully carved wood and were designed by Mr. Rudd, the first manager of the bank in Grafton. The building contractor was Mr.
William Kinnear, who also had the contracts for the Bank of N. The bank was built on a 'platform' above the height of the flood but unfortunately the flood rose to a record height and went into the bank itself to a depth of about 65 cm.
As the building was nearing completion in January a fire gutted the Muirhead Buildings and the bank staff was forced to move into the new banking premises earlier than expected. During this building was restored to its former glory. From Clarence River Historical Society.
Built in sandstone with a slate roof and cast-iron decoration, the striped colour scheme is authentic. It was one of the town's first buildings to have its first floor elevated above flood level. Advised by John Beer. An imposing corner feature contributing significantly to the commercial townscape. Description: A large two storey dressed stone bank with Italianate detail built in at a cost of 6, pounds to a design by the Mansfield Bros.
The building is elevated, presumably to avoid flood damage, being set over a stone basement with shallow semicircular arches springing from the footpath. Access is from the splayed corner with a double stair, one flight leading to the banking chambers and the other to the manager's residence. Across both street frontages is a two storey verandah with a stone balustrade and steps to the lower level. Supporting the upstairs balcony is a series of Ionic iron columns coupled on either side of the splay corner entrance steps.
The sash windows downstairs are single pane double hung while the upstairs have shuttered French doors. The roof is slate the interior which has not been substantially altered is particularly splendid having an elaborate carved counter and considerable good quality joinery.
Condition and Integrity: The building is generally in good structural condition but is in need of Restoration. Part of the Grafton Conservation Area. Grenfell opened th Report ; Listed in Century of Banking.
In his accompanying article, then retired no doubt now deceased! Manager Mr. Nisbett recounted his experiences opening the Branch on 10 March, in " Griffith branch opened. Agricultural area, with wheat, sheep, cattle and sawmilling as its main enterprises. The Tree seems to be in the same location. No staff room at CBC Gulargambone so lunch was consumed behind the screened back office area.
Customer was heard say "gee that chicken shop aroma goes a long way". Female Teller explained auditor was eating chicken for lunch. Most of the hotel was destroyed by fire after Gulargambone on the Castlereagh Highway, kilometres north of Dubbo and kilometres north-west of Sydney. It is part of Coonamble Shire. Established on the banks of the Castlereagh River in , Gulargambone is encompassed by the Warrumbungle Mountains and is home to spirited Australians.
Gulargambone is primarily an agricultural area, with wheat, sheep, cattle and sawmilling as it's main enterprises.
We have a wonderful mix of occupations and backgrounds, giving a truly special character and diverse range of interests.
It is reassuring to know your neighbours, and to be greeted by name while you shop. We are a fiercely proud and welcoming community who have adopted a holistic approach to revitalising our future. Gulargambone's children play a major role in decision-making as we are committed to involving everyone and emphasising family values through social activity. Our continuing successes are a direct result of the cohesion and strong support we enjoy. As a community, we appreciate our natural environment and uncomplicated lifestyle while focusing on a strong and meaningful future.
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Mieke Telkamp - Waarheen, Waarvoor… ; 6. Jacques Herb - Manuela; 5. Golden Earring - Back Home; 4. Ramses Shaffy - Sammy '66; 4. Vicky Leandros - Summertime '69; 5. Nilsson - '68; 6. Petula Clark - Round Every Corner '65; Ferro Grignard - Drunken Sailor '66; The Hollies - Sorry Suzanne '69; Boots - In The Beginning '68; Johnny Cash - Blistered '69; The Moody Blues - Tuesday Afternoon '68; The Byrds - Mr.
Tambourine Man '65; Bobby Goldsboro - Little Things '65; The Searchers - Love Potion 9 '65; Del Shannon - Stranger In Town '65; Manfred Mann - So Long Dad '67; Sandie Shaw - Tomorrow '66; The Zombies - She's Not There '64; Lulu - Oh Me, Oh My '69; Christophe - Aline '65;.
The Move - Night Of Fear '67; 4. Heintje - Ich Bau die win Schloss '68; 5. Marc Aryan - Katy '65; 9. Edith Piaf - Milord '60; The Beatles - Yellow Submarine '66; Adamo - Quand Les Roses '64; Marcel Amont - Blue, Blanc, Blond '60; Herman's Hermits - Something's Happening '69; Brenton Wood - Gimme Little Sign '67; Aretha Franklin - Respect '67; Millie - My Bob Lollipop '64; David Garrick - Dear Mrs Applebee '66; The Hollies - Jennifer Eccles '68; Petula Clark - Romeo '61; Elvis Presley - GI Blues '60; Tom Jones - What's New Pussycat '65; Ekseption - The 5th '69; Shocking Blue - Venus '69;.
Cilla Black - It's For You '64; 2. The Hollies - Dear Eloise '67; 4. The Byrds - Goin Back '67; 5. Bruce Channel - Hey! Baby '61; 7. Spotnicks - Orange Blossom Special '62; 9.
Rudi Carroll - Wat den Geluk '60; Herve Vilard - Sayonara '69; Sam Cooke - Wonderful World '60; The Move - Curly '69; Procol Harum - Homburg '67; Heintje - Scheiden tut so Weh '69; Marianne Faithfull - Yesterday '65; The Hollies - The Mighty Quinn '69; Lesley Gore - Wonder Boy '64; Rob de Nijs - Linda '62; Wilma - 80 Rode Rozen '69; The Temptations - My Girl '65; Anneke Gronich - Paradiso '62; John Woodhouse - Melodia '67; Herman's Hermits - Dandy '66; Paul Mauriat - Love Is Blue '68; The Ventures - Hawaii Five-O '69; Oliver - Jean '69; The Animals - CC Rider '66; Family Dogg - The Storm '67; Don Fardon - I'm Alive '69; Led Zeppelin - Whole Lotta Love '69; Donovan - Mellow Yellow '66; The Who - I Can't Explain '65; The Turtles - Outside Chance '66; The Kinks - Dead End Street '66; 3.
Vanity Fair - Highway of Dreams '69; 5. The Hollies - Dear Eloise '67; 6. Willeke Alberti - Mijn Dagboek '64; 7. Sweet Sixteen - Peter '60; 8. Dalida - Bambino '66; 9. Petula Clark - Downtown '64; Conny Vandenbos - 't Is Genoeg '65; Zen - Hair '68; Sounds Incorporated - Rinky Dink '64; Nino Ferrer - Le Telephone '67; Roy Orbison - Running Scared '61; Jimmy Cliff - Give And Take '67; Elvis Presley - Shoppin' Around '60; Shocking Blue - Venus '69; The Beach Boys - Darlin' '68; The Kinks - Waterloo Sunset '67; James '66; Nancy Sinatra - This Town '67;.
Joe Dolan - Make Me An island '69; 3. Marty - Maanserenade '69; 6. The Fortunes - The Idol '67; 9. Adamo - Inch' Allah '67; Neil Christian - Oops! Marmalade - Baby Make It Soon '69; Spotnicks - The Spotnicks Theme '62; Twice As Much - Crystal Ball '67; Adamo - Vous Permettez Monsieur? Roger Whittaker - Mexican Whistler '67; The Fortunes - Fire Brigade '68; The Equals - Baby Come Back '68; Buck Owens - Big In Vegas '69; The Fifth Dimension - California Soul '69; Marmalade - I See The Rain '67; Tee-Set - Don't You Leave '67; The Beatles - I Feel Fine '64; James Brown - Mother Popcorn '69; 2.
The Hollies - Jennifer Eccles '68; 3. Les Irresistibles - Lands Of Shadow '68; 4. The Shamrocks - Cadillac '65; 5. Trini Lopez - America '63; 6.
Wileke Alberti - Norman '62; The Tremeloes - Silence Is Golden '67; The Who - My Generation '65; Golden Earring - That Day '65; Alain Barriere - Ma Vie '64; The Beatles - Revolution '68; Dave Berry - Mama '66; Georgie Fame - Yeh Yeh '65; Mary Hopkin - Goodbye '69; Joe Cocker - Something '69; The Hollies - Yes I Will '65; The Fortunes - This Golden Ring '66; The Moody Blues - Go Now '65; France Fail - Baby Pop '66; The Everly Brothers - Bowling Green '67; Nancy Sinatra - Friday's Child '66; 3.
Jacques Dutrone - Les Playboys '67; 4. Scott McKenzie - San Francisco '67; David Bowie - Space Oddity '69; Donovan - Jennifer Juniper '68; The Beach Boys - Breakaway '69; Rika Zarai - Casatschok '69; Spooky Tooth - The Weight '68; Exciters - Tell Him '63; Elvis Presley - Suspicious Minds '69; Dion - The Wanderer '62; The Troggs - Hip Hip Hooray '68; Procol Harum - Conquistador '67; The Searchers - So Far Away '65; The Kinks - Days '68; The Pretty Things - Road Runner '65; The Yardbirds - For Your Love '65; Del Shannon - Stranger In Town '65; 2.
The Who - Happy Jack '66; 3. Johnny Hallyday - Que je T'aime '69; 4. Ekseption - The 5th '69; 7. Donovan - Atlantis '69; Win Sonneveld - Zo heerlijk Rustig '63; Twice As Much - True Story '66; The Nice - America '68; Elvis Presley - Frankfurt Special '60; Manfred Mann - Mighty Quinn '68; Gene Pitney - Town Without Pity '61; Engelbert Humperdinck - The Last Waltz '67; Herman's Hermits - No Milk Today '66; Lucille Starr - The French Song '64; The Equals - Softly, Softly '68; Roy Orbison - Goodnight '65; 5.
The Tremeloes - Hello World '69; 6. Small Faces - Lazy Sunday '68; 7. Marty Robbins - El Paso '60; 8. Three Dog Night - Eli's Coming '69; Petula Clark - Monsieur '63; The Supremes - The Happening '67; Barry Ryan - Eloise '68; Procol Harum - Good Captain Clack '67; The Crystals - He's A Rebel '62; Rika Zarai - Alors Je Chante '69; Ro-d-ys - Sleep, Sleep, Sleep '68; The Troggs - Hi Hi Hazel '67; Engelbert Humperdinck - Ten Guitars '67; The Equals - Hold Me Closer '67; Ferre Grignard - Drunken Sailor '66; The Kinks - Starstruck '68; Dion - Ruby Baby '63; 2.
Billy Joe Royal - Hush '68; 3. Raymond Froggatt - Callow-La Vita '68; 5. The Cats - Lea '68; The Springfields - Island Of Dreams '63; Cliff Richard - Congratulations '68; Heintje - Mama '67' The Beatles - She Loves You '63; Manfred Mann - Ragamuffin Man '69; Roy Orbison - Dream Baby '62; The Grass Roots - Heaven Knows '69; Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again '62; The Overlanders - Michelle '66; The Pebbles - Get Around '68; J Vincent Edwards - Thanks '69; The Motions - Wasted Words '65; Creedence Clearwater Revival - Proud Mary '69; Pink Floyd - Scarecrow '67; Boudewijn De Groot - Aeneas Nu '69; Sylvie Vartan - Si Je Chante '63; The Beach Boys - Friends '68; Adamo - Tombe LA Niege '64; The Rolling Stones - Ruby Tuesday '67; 3.
Jimmy Fontana - Il Mondo '65; 6. The Herd - Paradise Lost '67; Ricky Nelson - Travelin' Man '61; Melanie - Beautiful People '69; The Herd - I Can Fly '67; Aretha Franklin - Chain Of Fools '68; The Beach Boys - Cotton Fields '69; The Monkees - I'm A Believer '66; Bobby Vee - Baby Face '61; Grapefruit - C'mon Marianne '68; Procol Harum - Quite Rightly So '68; Herve Vilard - Capri, C'est Fine '65; Roy Orbison - Oh!
Pretty Woman '64; 2. Fleetwood Mac - Oh Well '69; 5. Percy Sledge - My Special Prayer '69; Jimi Hendrix - Hey Joe '67; The Beatles - Help! Sandie Shaw - Long Live Love '65; Amen Corner - Hello Suzie '69; Manfred Mann - Ha Ha! Said The Clown '67; Golden Earring - Another 45 Miles '69;View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Het Beste Uit De Top Allertijden - Editie '99 on Discogs/5(6).